Meditations

Here are a few of my favorite meditations. Enjoy!

"Srijana, thank you for facilitating a new perspective and a shift in my life path. I feel my heart and senses opening to an inner reality. The subtle realm is so much larger, and its effects are far more powerful in manifesting the material world, which I once believed to be everything. Yuri B. 


6-Step Harmonization to Start Your Day

In challenging times, everybody need a 15-minute daily balancing. This is a free guided focused meditation to help you set your brain balance, deep breathing, release negativity, re-calibrate the heart direction, energize the light body, and set psychic protection around you. This is a great way to begin the day, and the positive effects are cumulative every time you do it. This 15-minute video shows how to powerfully rebalance your thoughts and reset your nervous system. It gives you critical tools to relax, ground, protect, and navigate every day the best way for you. Six simple steps can balance your…

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Don’t wait for tomorrow

A Dharma talk by Lama D. My beloved friends, I would like to say: Don’t wait for tomorrow. Yes, don’t wait for tomorrow because we never know if we will get to tomorrow or not. Because our life is uncertain. Some people go to sleep at night and the next morning they don’t wake up. They just leave in the night. There are so many ways to pass away from life in this world. Passing away in your sleep is not a bad way to go. We just move on to the next life. So that’s why I say don’t…

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When is a Mistake Not a Mistake?

A Dharma talk by Lama D. Today I would like to discuss the different types of mistakes, the importance of learning from mistakes, and how to avoid them. In the world, everybody can make a mistake. To answer the question “When is a mistake not a mistake?”, first we have to ask: “What is a mistake?” The dictionary definition of “mistake” is “an act or judgement that is misguided or wrong.” A mistake is something we do that comes from misunderstanding and that causes harm. Why Do We Make Mistakes? Mistakes come from incomplete thinking, selfishness, and immaturity. When we…

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Planting seeds will bring fruit

A Dharma talk by Lama D. Today is a good day. I would like to share a few thoughts about Dharma, which is a Buddhist concept. There’s no exact English word for Dharma. Dharma means a Truth taught by the Buddha. Dharma is following the Laws of Nature. In the world and in our earthly lives, there are so many kinds of religions. I am following the Buddhist philosophy. Followers of Buddhism say they can practice the Dharma. What does that mean? I would use a metaphor to say that Dharma is like planting seeds. And virtue is like receiving…

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A Meditation for Chronic Pain

This is a meditation for total overwhelming general body pain. At times in my life I’ve experienced excruciating nerve pain, or lower back pain. I developed this meditation a few years ago during one of those periods. This technique effectively eliminates all physical pain for a while. So for the first time, I’m sharing the technique here on my blog in case it might be useful to you. At the time I discovered this tool, I had already been practicing meditation for several decades. Therefore, it is a rather advanced meditation that relaxes the mind, body, and the breath. Not…

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Rudi’s Double Breath Kundalini Meditation

“As the mind and emotions are housed in the physical body and are functions of the physical man, so too the spiritual body has its own mechanism. This mechanism is sensitive and rarely used but is as complete a system as the mechanism that runs the physical life. If you want to hear a bird sing you can’t stay in the middle of a city you have to go to a place where there are open spaces and trees. To learn to contact the inner self one must also begin with special conditions. First you must realize that there is…

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Small Heavenly Circuit Meditation

The Small Heavenly Circuit is considered one of the oldest and most powerful techniques in Daoist Qigong, used for thousands of years for elevating spiritual awareness. In ancient times, it was considered an important esoteric meditation for all serious practitioners, and was taught in secret to members of the imperial family by enlightened sages. Legend says that Lao Tzu achieved immortality by practicing Small Heavenly Circuit. Mediation with Breath Connects Two Meridians The Small Heavenly Circuit is a meditation and breathing practice that involves linking two energy pathways that run along the midline of the body into a cycling loop.…

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St. Germain Meditation

The following meditation is simple and powerful. It is the words of St. Germain taken from a book Unveiled Mysteries by Godfre Ray King, 1939 by Saint Germain Press. Godfre tells his story of visitations by Saint Germain. “I say to the students in all sincerity, there is no possible way of attaining a quality or a desired attribute without claiming it.”  – St. Germain, from the “I am” discourses. “The first step to the control of yourself is the stilling of all outer activity of both mind and body. Fifteen to thirty minutes at night before retiring and in the morning…

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Earth Sky Meditation

This meditation is as old as humanity. Yet it is just as important today as it was thousands of years ago. It is a meditation with form, direction and a purpose to allow an ordinary person to consciously experience the presence of God. God is always present everywhere, but often as humans we forget. This meditation lets us remember. Find a quiet place and sit comfortably, on the Earth itself if possible, and close your eyes. Begin to breathe rhythmically and evenly — meaning that you inhale in the same amount of time that you exhale. Relax, and let your…

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X-Meridian Meditation, 12-Breaths to Enlightenment

By Srijana. This is an advanced Daoist meditation to activate the Extraordinary Meridians and to reinforce protective Wei Qi. The Extraordinary Meridians rule our destiny and ancestral inheritance, therefore this is a very powerful exercise that can deeply nourish your life. This meditation is for experienced practitioners already familiar with the energy gates. It requires relaxed concentration and focus, so please take your time. It is best done using the Daoist Reverse Breathing Technique Described Here. Scroll down to view the image of meridians for each of the 12 breaths. Governing Vessel (Du Mai) – From relaxed Huiyin (perineum), inhale up the entire…

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