Meditation to be open and honest
Relaxed and mindful
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Sit in sukhasana (easy pose). Extend the Jupiter fingers (index fingers) of each hand and lock the other fingers with your thumbs.
This is a Jupiter energy Mudra.
With your eyes 9/10 closed, look at the tip of your nose. Position the hands so that the Jupiter fingers are pointing upwards and you can see one hand on each side of your nose. From the meditator’s point of view, the tip of the nose will be in the centre, with one hand on each side.
The position is very personal, each person will have to arrange their own distance to be able to see all three points.
Breathe in deeply through the mouth and out completely through the nose. Slowly and calmly. 11 minutes. Increase the effort and breathe as hard and fast as you can for 1.5 minutes.
Exhale with the nose with such force that the breath becomes hot. When the inhalation is deep and the exhalation powerful through the nose, the toxins are released. Concentration on the optical side will help your pituitary gland to see the invisible.
Sit upright and place your hand on your lap in the Shiva Mudra. Meditate on your spine, visualise it as a tube of light. Breathe in following the spine downwards, breathe out following the spine upwards. Visualise the serum in the spine as a blue light. The mind will grasp this idea. Gradually your mind becomes clearer and your willpower strengthens. 2.5 minutes.
To finish: Sit as upright as possible, with your fingers crossed behind your neck. Inhale deeply, hold the breath for 10-15 seconds and push the neck forward with clasped hands, at the same time pressing the neck backwards. Repeat this breathing sequence two more times.
The hands and neck push in opposite directions, counteracting and balancing each other.