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Meditation Practices for Bindu Chakra

Meditation 1

(about 20-30 minutes)

  • Sit in a comfortable meditation posture. Become aware of your breathing and relax.
  • Sing OM three times.
  • Dive deeply into your inner world, but continue to remain as an observer and witness of any images and experiences. Do not allow yourself to be overwhelmed by emotion.
  • You are looking at a clear, starry sky and admire the light of the full moon. Silvery moonlight streams into your inner space and fills your body with ambrosia, the nectar of immortality.
  • Listen to the “sound of silence” and feel a deep, inner joy grow within you.
  • Direct your awareness to the Bindu Chakra and observe the flow of energy that radiates from it. When your consciousness connects with the Bindu Chakra an unparalleled feeling of joy rises from the heart. You feel you are no longer alone and perceive within yourself oneness.
  • You are experience a delicate sensation in your inner space. The nectar can be felt like very fine rain or mist touching your skin. Each drop produces a resonance in your inner space that lasts for seconds or minutes.
  • Dive deeper and deeper, breathe quietly and in a relaxed manner. With each inhalation and exhalation you can see the silvery, lustrous drops falling from the Bindu Chakra and feel its sweet taste on your tongue.
  • After about 15-20 minutes externalise your consciousness again and become fully aware of your whole body.
  • Inhale and exhale deeply a few times.
  • End the meditation by singing OM three times.

To finish each of the meditation practices:

  • Rub the palms together firmly, place them on your face and warm your face muscles.
  • Bend forward (either in the meditation pose or whilst sitting on your heels) until your forehead rests on the floor. Be aware of the flow of blood into the facial muscles. Remain in this position for a short while. In this way the circulation is stimulated after sitting motionless, and a good supply of blood is brought into the head.
  • Slowly sit up and open your eyes.

Meditation 2

(about 20-30 minutes)

  • Sit in a relaxed meditation pose.
  • Bring your awareness to your breathing. Inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth 20 times.
  • Concentrate on the Bindu Chakra in your inner space.
  • Imagine a beautiful, shining full moon that is shining on a peaceful place (eg the ocean, a mountain, a sandy beach, a distant plain).
  • Listen to the subtle sound that the moonlight produces. Smell the fragrance of the nectar that streams from it.
  • A feeling of happiness, love and contentment arises within you. You feel oneness and a sense of peace.
  • Be aware of the fragrance and joyful feelings spreading to the Vishuddhi and Anāhata Chakras (about 15-20 minutes).
  • Sing OM three times and then the Peace Mantra:

OM Peace, Peace, Peace

Meditation 3

(about 20-30 minutes)

  • Sit in a comfortable meditation pose. Relax and inhale and exhale deeply a few times.
  • Sing OM three times.
  • Bring your awareness to the Bindu Chakra. (If it is difficult to feel the Bindu Chakra then press the place where it is located with your finger a few times).
  • Imagine you are in a room and looking at the moon through a window. The room is your body, and the window is where the Bindu Chakra is located.
  • The shining moonlight evokes a pleasant feeling within your whole body. The nectar radiating from the moonlight quietens your thoughts and emotions and imparts an inner clarity, wisdom and harmony. Amrita flows in the form of light and energy as well as nectar. This nectar has a harmonising and healing effect on your psyche. It releases blockages and heals inner wounds.
  • Relax deeply and feel as though the moonlight is illuminating your inner space, and the nectar is releasing all tension. Feel that you are free and healthy (about 15-20 minutes).
  • Inhale and exhale deeply a few times.
  • Sing the Mahā Mrityun Jaya Mantra five times, and then the Mantra:


I am not the doer, Prabhu Deep is the doer,
Mahāprabhu Deep alone is the doer
OM Peace Peace Peace

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