Give yourself three minutes! Go on you can do it!!!
Finding Happiness and Peace Within ‘Ong’ is the sound of infinity. It is vibrated in the upper palate and heard in the nasal cavity when powered by the breath of life. Try it yourself, have the experience.
Posture: Easy Pose. Chin in and chest out.
Mudra: Gyan Mudra with hands resting on knees.
Eyes: Unspecified, but third eye focus is good.
Preparation: Tune in with the Adi Mantra. Chant Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo three times. Now chant Sa-Ta-Na-Ma at least three times. Yogi Bhajan said, “There is a pre-condition to the mantra, because sometime you may just get into your ego and chant Ong and not come back. Whenever you chant it, you must meditate first on the primal sound ‘Saa-Taa-Naa-Maa’ and then do it.”
Practice: Warm up first by chanting “Ong” in the long form so that it takes approximately 10 seconds to chant each “Ong.” Inhale before each call. Do this 5 times. Now gradually begin to chant “Ong” faster so that you get to a pace of one “Ong” every 3-5 seconds. At this rapid pace, keep up for 1 minute and gradually work up to 2 minutes.
Technique: Chant through the conch with the mouth slightly open but the sound and the exhaled breath come out of your nostrils only. Feel the vibration in the passage between your nostrils and throat (this is your conch.) If done correctly, you will feel it vibrating there!
Comments: “If you can pronounce it correctly, it doesn’t matter what you are, you will have energy and you will have stability. You will have it. When you correctly utter the word Ong, you harness the entire energy of the soul. The entire electro-magnetic field of the Universe becomes yours.”- Yogi Bhajan
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