Meditation on Agnya chakra

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This two petalled center is called Agnya and is located where the two optic nerves cross each other in the brain (Optic chiasma). This center caters to Pituitary and Pineal glands in the body which manifests the two institutions of ego and superego within us.

Since this center governs our eyes, too much visual engagements like computers, televisions, over reading, etc, weakens this center. Indulging in mental callisthenics and intellectual feats leads to blocking of this center and one develops the notion of I-ness and ego.

When Kundalini pierces the Agnya, the person immediately becomes thoughtless and forgiving, which is the essence of this center, that is it allows us to forgive others.

Forgiveness is the power to let go of anger, hatred and resentment and to discover, in humility, the nobility and generosity of the spirit. Once we start to see that by not forgiving others we are actually doing no harm to anyone other than ourselves, we start to realize that it is not only wise and generous to forgive but also very practical and pragmatic. By forgiving, we start to feel a tremendous sense of peace and relief.

Meditation

Sit upright and relaxed, cross-legged, on the floor. If you choose to sit on a chair, place your feet a little apart from each other, without shoes. Rest your hands palms open and upward on your lap.

Meditation on Agnya chakraPlace the right hand on your forehead across as shown and repeat the following affirmation for several times:

“Mother, I forgive everyone including myself”

Repeat the following mantras 3 times each

I surrender to my enlightened awareness:
Buddham Sharanam Gachami

I surrender to virtues conduct:
Dharmam Sharanam Gachami

I surrender to the enlightened consciousness:
Sangham Sharanam Gachami

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  • Surya
    Apr 21, 2009
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    These ideas are interesting. I am going to try them in my next meditation.

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  • Yvonne
    Apr 24, 2009
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    I like guided meditations…they help me focus. I think this is super-helpful when first starting out…so thanks!

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  • Glenda
    Nov 26, 2013
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    Many of the meditation videos on the home page have been removed by BLIP. Sadly I wanted to use some of them for learning purposes. You might need to find another host. God bless SY :)-
    G.

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    Erwan
    March 25th, 2014

    Dear Glenda,

    all the videos are now working properly, you can check them out from the same page if you wish to.

    Warm regards,
    Erwan

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