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DHRIB DHRISTI LOCH INA KARMA KRIYA

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DHRIB DHRISTI LOCH INA KARMA KRIYA
14sit with a straight spine. The shoulders and hips should be in line. Now, lock the tips of
the front teeth together. The eyes
should look at the tip of the nosetowards
the chest. The tongue
touches the upper palate (this
should occur automatically within
about 1 minute). Project the mantra
SATA NA 1A out from the third eye.

Beam it out, creating an internal
harmony. Continue ~or 31 minutes.

COMMENTS:
Dhrib Dhristi Lochina Karma Kriya: the “action of acquiring the insight of the future”–this powerful yet simple meditation was first taught on the eve of a full moon. When practiced at this time, the effects are great as the subconscious mind is fully open to the vibratory action of the meditation. Although most meditations and Kriyas require long periods of practice and mastery, it is possible to master this one in a single or several sittings. This is explained by the wide range of individual
differences between meditation practitioners and the uniqueness of this particular meditation. Honestly practice this meditation and the following things will happen: your eyes will have the power to heal anyone; your words will have the power to penetrate deeply; you will learn to talk inspiringly and your words will always represent the truth of a given situation (this is known as “vac siddhi”): you will be able to project your personality or your bodily sensations, anywhere; lastly, you will always know the consequence of any sequence that you may start.
The meditation should be practiced for at least 31 minutes at a sitting. The minimum (compromise) time is 15 minutes, and to master it you should practice for one and one-half hours. Three houris practice will open up the psychic capacities.

 

 

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