Meditation to Connect with Your Source of Infinite Energy

Happy almost Summer Solstice! 

Maybe you’ve been feeling into or tapping into this growing energy. As we move toward the longest day of the year, at least in the norther hemisphere, this could be a good chance to chase out or release fears and limiting beliefs in preparation to grow with the shift in season. 

As we continue through our theme of flux this month. This week’s meditation is the meditation to connect with your source of infinite energy. 

I’ve had one teacher describe it as that sense of “aliveness” in each of us. The spark of life, the part of us that we feel when we look at someone we love, or are doing something we are passionate about. That deep sense of self that is unchanging, untarnishable, that part that brought us into this life and will carry us onward. This is our inner reserve that we can tap into from time to time. Like checking a compass or recharging a battery. 

The meditation uses gyan mudra and surya mudra. The mudra of wisdom and the mudra of the sun. we use our left hand to tap into the divine wisdom that exists in flux all around us and we have our right hand close to home accessing our inner sun, our inner source of infinite energy. And of course they are bridged at the heart center with pumping the navel is going to distribute the energy throughout the body.

The Meditation 🧘🏻 

Eye focus: focus at the 3rd eye

Breath: suspended out with the navel pumping for 8 counts. Then inhale, exhale repeat

Mudra: 

  • left arm is up and out to the side, hand in  gyan mudra: index finger to thumb
  • right elbow is bent and the hand is at the level of the ear in surya mudra: ring finger to thumb 

To finish: inhale or exhale to suspend the breath and pump the navel 108 times or for as long as you can then relax. 

Published by Joshua Tiaga (he/him)

Hey! I’m a queer yoga teacher from San Francisco. Using this space to share what I’m learning and hoping others find some value in it for themselves.

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