Mudra: Sit in easy
pose with a straight spine. Bring hands approximately 6-8 inches in front of your face, palms flat and facing one another,
fingers pointing towards the ceiling, and with approximately a 6-8 inch space between the palms. Elbows are bent and are relaxed
Movement: With a very fast,
powerful jerk, stretch the hands out (b) until there is about 36 inches between the hands (c), and abruptly stop them there.
The stopping process will be so abrupt, done with such a powerful force, that you'll find the hands, chest, shoulders, and
head jerking back and forth a little bit. This abrupt stopping, and the resulting jerk causes an "opening up your chest cavity
with a 'current shock.' You should stretch out like eleven hundred volts have hit you."
Music: Tantric Har (which is
the constant repitition of the work "Har," meaning God. Repeat this mantra at the rate of approximately once per second
Roll the "r" sound so that the tip of your tongue flicks against your upper pallete just behind your font teeth). Or
do 1 movement per second. Do not sing aloud. On every Har, you will stretch your arms with such a powerful force, just as
if a eleven hundred volts have hit you. Concentrate on this reaction in your chest, and see the effects it has on you.
Time: 11 minutes.
End: Inhale. Hold the breath,
but keep on doing the motion. Held 13 seconds. Exhale. Inhale again and continue the motion. Held 8 seconds. Exhale. Inhale
deeply, continue. Hold 6 seconds. Relax.
Comments/Effects: The chest
cavity is called the heart chakra. This heavy jolt, as you spring your hands and arms apart, will cause a jerking reaction
to your chest cavity, which will open up your heart center. Opening of your heart center cavity is opening up to your own
This center is sometimes referred to as the "agan granthi"-the place from
which all fire-related activities spring-food, digestion, breath, to name a few. When this center is locked, your ribcage
is out of placement. Then the diaphragm doesn't act right, and you'll lose one third of your life force. This meditation loosens
this lock and will open up the power of the Almighty within you.
You must bring forth the entire power of your being, using a great
force as you open up and then suddenly stop your arms, and thus shock your central nervous system (the shushmanaa) on the
sound of Har. Through this meditation you can move the power of the ida and pingala, and open up the shushmanaa.