Friday, January 20, Teacher: Mira Tessman Ananda Mandala Breathing Meditation is a very powerful cleansing meditation used by yogis in India to wash out hidden emotions stuck in the body and open to spaciousness, liberation, and higher states of consciousness. As the "malas", layers of illusion that limit our brilliance, are brought into the light of awareness, we can arrive into the winter darkness with greater clarity, openness, and freedom. A guided rhythmic breathing pattern, followed by a concentrated and focused meditation on each chakra energy center , invites deep energetic releases from the body and pathways to more blissful states of mind. Practitioners of Ananda Mandala Breathing Meditation report profound healing of past traumas and empowering visions for the future.
Before You Start The Meditation
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Ananda Mandala Chakra Meditation
When I first started meditating, I started with the Buddhist traditions. But eventually I found myself in India. Try this meditation for yourself if you want to actually experience your chakras, and get a sense for what Kundalini Awakening is all about. Ananda Mandala is a very intense meditation. Your body might feel weird. Muscles may cramp up. You will get dizzy. The intensity will probably scare you. Just keep going through the fear. Ananda Mandala meditation activates all the chakras, including the heart love and throat communication chakras.
This is interesting — I wonder what will happen? His name is Punnu and he looks the part: Indian, turban-clad and bearded with a long robe. There are about 30 of us here, sitting cross-legged in a circle on a Monday afternoon. A full inhale, followed by a forceful exhale. A box of kleenex is passed around and everyone blows their nose. Some of the girls are crying now, and a few let off screams of anger. We hold the breath again, focusing on the solar plexus. Then back to the crown of the head, let it go and start again —.