Mudra: Sit in Easy Pose, with a straight spine. Bend the ring and pinkie fingers into the palm, and hold them down with the thumb. Extend the index and middle fingers straight up, and hold them straight, side by side.
Place this mudra about 2 feet to either side of the face, palms facing forward, fingers pointing up. The forearms and fingers will not be straight up towards the ceiling, but tilted out to, the sides, at about a 30- degree angle. Keep the hands up at the level of the face. The elbows are bent, but not pressed into the sides of the body. They should be stretched out about 12 inches, away from the sides. The weight of the hands will be on the armpits. This allows the armpits to be open so they can breathe and be stimulated.
Mantra: Aap Sahaa-ee Hoaa, Sachay Daa. Sachaa Dhoaa. Har, Har, Har. Chant along with the music, from the navel.
Conditions: To get the proper effect, as you chant the words Har, Har, Har, strike the tongue against the upper palate, and firmly pull in on the navel point on each repe¬ tition. This will pressurize the Kundalini, and shake it from the base.
Eyes: Either focus at the tip of your nose, or close the eyes—either way will work. However, if you look at the tip of the nose, then the Third Eye point will become heavy like lead, and if you can stand the pain, the Third Eye will open.
Time: Done in class for 27 minutes. (Can be done for 11 min)
End: Inhale deep. Hold 23 seconds, and concentrate on the area from your navel to the crown chakra at the top of the head, or shashaaraa. This distance is only 27 inches. Exhale forcefully, like cannon fire. Repeat two more times, holding the breath only 5 seconds. Relax.
Comments/Effects: This meditation melts negativity, enemies, and negative vibrations. It is such a powerful meditation that you can even go after a demon and make him a student.
The armpits are the exhaust pipe of the brain. That’s why the sweat in the armpits is very different than the sweat of the rest of the body. If the armpits do not sweat, you will have headaches. If you don’t like the smell, put some sandalwood oil in your armpits. You will smell good, and in turn it will keep your brain fresh If you become physically impotent you can get an injection to correct it, but when you get mentally impotent, you are useless. Then you can’t take care of yourself, your future, your environments, and your sensitivity.
This mantra takes your energy to the shashaaraa. the thousand-petalled lotus, the crown chakra. It means, “The True God has come down as the True Helper, to uplift your Truth.” The 3-strokes of Har represent the “Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost” or the three aspects of God, “Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh.” This mantra opens you up so the universe will open to you. It’s a simple bargain.
When you will become my students, then my radiant body shall flow through your lifeline, and you wilt become immortal. The time shall be known by your work and by your deeds. If you will serve the humanity, you shall be exalted. If you’ll be kind, compassionate and caring, God shall honor you with His own hands, if He has many many hands. This is an expression. Life is waiting for you, and giving you a chance to elevate it. Don’t fail.
Heal the world. Go. That’s why we started Sat Nam Rasayan. Just touch not, and heal. You can feel, get it all in you, throw it away, person is healed. The most powerful language of the world is silence. And that is a healer’s language.
From “The Master’s touch” – On being a Sacred Teacher for the New Age, By Yogi Bhajan, ph.d, Master of Kundalini Yoga