Meditation for Inner Guidance


As you may have seen in my previous Instagram posts I’ve been going through a phase of changes, and although we all know the theory to just let go and flow, trusting that the Universe has our back, concretely, in our everyday lives it is not always easy! In my case on one side I have this voice saying “Let go, relax, you can make a living out of your passion, with your Malas and Kundalini yoga”, on the other side I have the other one saying “Are you crazy? How are you going to earn money? Did you study that many years for nothing?”

While my mind, heart, subconscious were busy arguing with each other, my body was screaming STOP!!! I got in a few weeks times, a sprained ankle, a cold, and a sciatic nerve pain attack. Among this chaos, I was doing my Level 2 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training on Mind and Meditation, with the most amazing Master I have been lucky enough to learn from Sara Avtar Kaur. I asked her for advice, she asked me how I felt, and I could just utter one word: LOST.

So she gave me this simple, yet very effective, meditation for inner guidance. It has been a true friend to me, this is why I want to share it with you as a concrete simple tool for your everyday Life. Knowing the theory is not enough, you need the practice. I truly hope it will help you too! Below are the instructions and a one minute video where I teach you how to do it. Enjoy and let me know how it goes for you!

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose, cross-legged postition, with a straight spine.
Mudra: Both hands in Gyan Mudra, bring them together at the Heart center. The side of the pinkies are touching and your hands are in a cup shape as if you were going to receive someting.
Eyes: 1/10th opened, looking at the tip of the nose.
Breathing: Inhale and chant the full mantra 5 times on one breath. If you cannot do it, start with 3 or 4 repititions.
Time: Between 11 to 31 minutes

Source: This meditation can be found in the Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training by KRI

This Meditation is also known as the Full Adi Mantra as Individual Meditation. The full Adi Mantra form immerses you in a state of full conciousness and guidance for your personal situation. It establishes a guiding link between you in your current situation and your higher conciousness. It is very useful if you are entering the state of Shakti Pad in Kundalini yoga, and it is a great mean to acquire perspective and direction.

Don’t forget to Tune in before with the Adi Mantra (Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo 3 times) and the Mangala Charan Mantra (Aad Guray Nameh, Jugad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Dev-ay Nameh 3 times). Then close your practice with the Longtime Sun and Sat Nam (3 times)

And if you are in Mallorca you can join my regular Kundalini Yoga classes in Palma or Bunyola to practice together!

From SATNAMA with Light,

Stéphanie · Daspriya Kaur