Devotion Completes Sadhana

We always begin our morning practice of KY and meditation by chanting ONG NA MO GURU DEV NA MO, which opens us up the infinite vibration within us. We attune and balance our body and mind with Kundalini yoga and meditation. We consolidate and anchor our transformed vibration with deep relaxation.

We end our sadhana by chanting "May the long time sun shine upon you, all love surround you and the pure light within you, guide your way on," followed by 3 long SAAAAAAAAAAT NAM's. I always like to add "God bless this Earth with peace." And "May I be a woman of love, that other's may experience love in my presence."

Our final act is to humbly surrender to the Truth and bring ourselves into a state of gratitude and prayer. Gratitude and prayer anchor the divine vibration into our being for the day. It is interesting to note that the effects of our morning practice last a lot longer when we complete with prayer, devotion or Bhakti.

The following meditation is a form of prayer that can be done after any other meditation, and before or after chanting "May the long time sun" and long Sat Nams.

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