Healing Ring of Tantra28 min
This power meditation and healing ring can be used to generate and direct tremendous healing energy towards any person: a member of the circle, someone at a far distance, or someone located in the center of the circle. The participants should focus their minds to listen, and let themselves be filled with the sound, acutely tuning into the call, and then answering.
Both givers and seekers are enclosed in this precious tantric healing ring where powerful healing intentions and cosmic vibrations work together to repair, restore, and preserve health, happiness and holiness. Everyone becomes immersed in the radiant healing energy of the universe!
This meditation is to practiced ONLY at the New Moon, Full Moon or 11th Day after the New Moon and it requires a minimum of 11 people in the circle in order to practice. We hold hands, right hand palm down, left hand palm up. The circle must NOT be broken for the duration of the meditation. A head covering is worn so that your auric field can be protected and you can ground the subtle and powerful healing energies of the meditation.
It should be led by someone who is a Kundalini Yoga teacher or practitioner, who can begin and close the circle with the Kundalini Yoga opening and closing Mantras and hold sacred space.
The mantra is in three parts– Wha-Hay G’roo. Each person takes a turn leading, chanting it powerfully in a monotone voice, then the rest of the group answers in unison. As the “leader” chants, the rest of the group inhales deeply. After the group responds, the leader then says, Sat Nam. Then the next person, to the left, leads and everyone responds as before, continuing around the circle.
This continues for at least 11 minutes but no more than 31.
If possible eat light on this day. The glandular system secretions are sensitive at this time (New Moon at lowest, Full Moon at highest) and eating heavy foods will consume a lot of your energy. Save your energy to reconstruct yourself.
Wahe Guru meaning: It is the most powerful and pure untranslatable word in the world regarding the indistinctive name of the Supreme Being, God/Goddess, Consciousness.
Sat Nam meaning: Sat means Truth and Nam means Name. You could translate it as True Name or Truth is my name. It is a way of acknowledging that at our essence is the Essence. It is simply an acknowledgement that the Great Mystery is who we are.