KAP Meditation

Kundalini Awakening Process Meditation as performed by Glenn Morris


Hi, I’m Dr. Glenn Morris and I’m going to take you through the kundalini rejuvenating process. This process is a color work of art. But it’s something we’ve been putting together now for a number of years and we’ve been trying to scientifically test it. And through the process of empirical testing and replication we think we’ve worked out a way to take you through the ancient secrets in a way that works better and easier than typically is taught. Now some of the things that we’ll be doing are belly breathing and progressive relaxation and U’ll notice that we have music in the background. The music is extremely important to the kundalini process because it allows your body to feel the rhythm of energy as well as to just enjoy the fact that U’re hearing music. Music is beneficial to this whole process. And even though U’re perhaps learning how to still your mind and sense deeply within your body, hearing some music while U’re doing it will not detract from the experience and we find that it enhances it. Now we’re going to start with belly breathing and what belly breathing means is as you inhale you push your stomach out and down. So as you’re breathing in breathe in for about four seconds and exhale.

And inhale And exhale

Now U’ll notice that your exhale is much longer than your inhale. U should exhale about two or three to one. So you inhale for about four second and you exhale anywhere from between eight and fifteen seconds. This will slow your breathing down and pretty soon U’ll find that U’re taking between oh four and to six breathes a minute. The average person takes a breath 12 to 22 times a minute. From a yogic standpoint most people are panting. But what U want to do is slow your breathing down because two that helps relax your body and also it teaches you how to the energy and the oxygen that comes into your body through breathing in the most efficient manner. So it’s very important that U keep this slow breathing. So I want U to try to keep this slow breathing going throughout this exercise and occasionally I will remind U to get back into the slow breathing. And we’ll do it so one more time as U breathe in let’s inhale now.

Pushing the belly and out down. And now we exhale. And as U exhale pull your stomach in towards your spine so that your wrapping your stomach around the back of your spine and that’s just helping U get all the air out of your lungs.

And inhale. Pushing the stomach out and down. And exhale. Pulling the stomach in and wrapping it around your spine. So U’re doing two things as U inhale and exhale. U’re strengthening your stomach muscles and strengthening the muscles that support your abs and this is both making U stronger and it’s using the stomach as a coil which allows U to store your electrical energy in what the Japanese call the hara. Or uh yeah just think of your small intestines as a coil and U’re building up your energy by how U breathe and if U breathe properly using your stomach hara, well U’re not really using your stomach what U’re doing is U’re using your abs and your intestines to do the breathing. Now we’re going to relax and I want U to keep the slow breathing as U relax and I want U to tighten up your toes. Tighten up your toes make them tight make it hurt a little bit. Now relax your toes. Tighten up your toes again now relax. Feel the difference? And just tighten up one more time making fists with your feet. U know make them hurt. Now relax. Wiggle your toes around and just see how good that feels. That’s the way we’re supposed to feel. No we’ll just take that exercise a little bit farther. I want U to tighten up first your toes.