here you will find support for continuing the practice of the Guru Gaitri Mantra and the meditation to embody the 3rd sutra.
the third sutra is "when the time is on you, start, and the pressure will be off"
a sutra is a thread or knot. sutras are dense, sometimes just a few words, sometimes 2 or 3 short sentances. a sutra is meant to be "unpacked" with a teacher. we sit with the sutra, turn it over in our minds, discuss it & attempt to live it.
the meditation is sweet & simple. take a comfortable seat- perhaps easy pose. spine is straight, eyes are closed, no specific mudra.
chant the mantra: Gobinday, Mukanday, Udaaray, Apaaray, Hariang, Kariang, Nirnaamay, Akaamay. this mantra is considered the 8 names of the divine & can be translated: sustainer, liberator, enlightener, infinite, destroyer, creator, nameless, desireless.
chant & focus on the sound for 11 minutes.
this meditation is said to bring stability to the hemispheres of the brain & works on the heart center to develop compassion, patience, & tolerance, uniting one with the infinite. it is noted for the capacity to break through deep-seated blocks.
follow this link here to watch an instructional video to practice the meditation
follow this link here to purchase an mp3 of the music for meditaion
see if you can practice this meditation for 40 days in a row ~ giving yourself the chance to really take the change in deep