First for both of them it is a time of grief and a time of opening to
their true worth.
grief you have expressed in their realization that the people they
thought they could trust weren't worthy of their trust.
It is not
stupidity to have lived by the side of untrustworthy people. It is
innocence and innocence is beautiful. Some
people have achieve such a
level of innocence that even if people are betraying them, they still
behave as if it does
not matter to them. So here their innocence has
been shown to the light. And they feel hurt... but it is only their
that has been hurt. They can let it go. And they can still hold
on to their innocence, now awakened!
Now they can
chose the life they want. They can choose to embrace life
with the new wisdom of innocence awakened.
I would suggest
one of the following mantras depending on what they
feel ready for:
If they want to heal a broken heart, they can chant
Guru Guru Wahe
Guru Guru Ram Das Guru.
If they want to let go of unconscious things that hold them back: have
them do the Sodarshan Chakra Kriya.
If they are
ready to open themselves to celebrate their innocence
awakened then I would suggest to chant Wah He Groo in 3 syllables
bliss in their voice and a infinite smile exuding from their whole body.
Fri Sep 28, 2007 9:27 am (PST)
There is a beautiful CD called Mender of Hearts
by Singh Kaur. It is
her interpretation of a poem written by Yogi Bhajan. It is absolutely
soothing and I have heard
of many people who have used it who don't
even do yoga.
It is available at Ancient Healing Ways and Spirit Voyage
and may also
be on the Sikhnet website under the Gurbani Kirtan.
Toronto - Canadawww.YogaUnlimited.com
Fri Sep 28, 2007 9:29 am (PST)
In reply to the 9/26/07 post by firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Purkh's CD, NECTAR OF THE NAME
, has a beautiful rendition of
"Mera Man Loche" ( Meditation to Heal the Wounds of Love) with directions for completing
the medition by repeating the track 11 times in a row for 11 days, and directions to the KRI Teachings website for more information.
Sat Siri Kaur
Beth Kiley Kinder
And here are more solutions from more friends as well!
Meditation for removing haunting thoughts..
There is a meditation yogi bhajan gave with 5 parts..thinking of a situation where you felt very
1) bringing up the feeling,
2) feeling how the other person felt,
3) forgiving yourself,
4) forgiving them and
5) letting it go to the universe..
After each of the steps you breathe in, hold the breath and focus on the right eye and chant "wa,"
the left eye-"hey,",the tip onf the nose-"guru ,"and then let the breath out. You can repeat the same incident as much as
needed, or go from one to another, whatever comes up.
I did it for 90 days in the late 90's when yogi b sent it to me..it is subtle and really starts
the healing process.
Not sure it is in a manual but have seen it in compiled old teachings..bound together but untitled..might
ask if anyone has it..
Heal a Broken Heart and Grief Release.
I am sending you one of the most powerful meditation I ever did - To Heal a Broken Heart and
for Grief Release. It saved my life a few years ago. I was suffering after a devastating divorce that totally frozed my heart
and throat. Nothing worked in my life at that time, everything was stuck. I wasn't able to talk to people because of the great
grief I had in my heart... the most dificult time in my life, but also the most beautiful, because by the amazing grace as
I wandered lost, searching for a path to take me out of the pain and the craziness, the Creator brought me to Kundalini Yoga.
This meditation has a great healing power and can help you start a new life.
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Grief Release & To Heal a Broken Heart
Place your left palm flat against your heart center, with your right hand on top of it. Make your mouth into an
"O" and begin very powerfully inhaing through your mouth, expanding the navel as you breathe in, and then exhaling very powerfully
through your mouth, as you pull your navel in.
Continue in this way for 3-5 minutes. Allow your breath to ener your heart center, and clear all emotional conflict
that you are going through.
Bring your palms together in prayer pose. Place this mudra in front of your face, with the tips of your middle
fingers at the level of your forehead. Keep your elbows out to the sides, arms parallel to the floor. Keep your
eyes focused at your brow point (third eye). Hold the position with long, deep breathing through your nose. Try
to think of nothing!
This is very good for building nerve strength, and helps mend a broken heart. Continue for 11 minutes. At
the end, inhale deeply, exhale and stretch for up to 2 minutes. Relax.