Breath to Build Intuition



  1. Sit comfortably with a tall spine

  2. Tune in: press the palms together at the heart and chant the Adi Mantra 3 times: Ong Namo Gurudev Namo (this will connect you to an auspicious and supported practice)

  3. Extend the Jupiter (index) fingers as you interlock the other fingers clasping your hands together with the thumbs crossed. Hands are held in front of the face, slightly below your nose.

  4. Look at the tips of your fingers through the 1/10th opening of your eyes. Inhale in four powerful strokes through the mouth, exhale in one powerful stroke through the nose.

  5. Continue the breath pattern for 16 minutes total.

To End

  1. Inhale and hold the breath. Put both arms straight out to the sides, palms facing upward. Hold the breath as long as you can (approx. 20-30 seconds). This will give you the power to balance your central spinal column. Sit straight and tighten your spine as much as you can. Exhale.

  2. Inhale deep, hold your breath and stretch your arms horizontally and stretch your spine vertically. Make a T-square with your body. Exhale.

  3. Inhale deep, open your fingers and make them like steel. Squeeze your entire energy and bring it into your arms. Exhale and relax.

Comments: Use your diaphragm, move your own central system, open up your own chakras, achieve your own results. These exercises are time-bound. Within that time you should achieve a sensory system. Take a heavy stroke through the mouth and push it out through the nose. In the Aquarian Age intuition will be the principle of identity. This is a little meditation to see how well we can tell our own pituitary to work for us...You must know reality by intuition. Not by knowledge. By the time reality becomes knowledge, it's too late." -Yogi Bhajan


Alexandra Moga