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Autumn Breath Four: The Breath of the Soul Meditation


This breath is very powerful, so do what you can do.

Go slowly, and stop if you feel you are going too fast.

Sit in a comfortable position feeling very close to your Beloved.

Watch closely as your breath comes in and out.

Truly watch and feel.

Focus on the bottom of your feet; feel that all your stress and blackness drain out of you into the air.

Keep breathing in and out, but keep the out-breath longer than the in-breath.

In a few minutes you will be surprised how much better you feel as the tension and stress flow out of the soles of your feet.

When you feel that a lot of the tension is gone or almost gone feel a healing source of Shakti come into the souls of your feet.

It starts off like a dim light that is warming you and keeping you focused.

You may be a little surprised by how much better you feel already.

Pay little or no attention to any of your thoughts.

Remember to say, “It is just a thought.”

Sit as such for a few minutes more.

Then feel love or a flow entering in through your chest.

At first it may feel strange, yet never the less it feels good.

The negative thoughts will begin to float away.

Actually see the thoughts in a clear bubble.

Watch the bubble pop and the thoughts just drift away, hurting no one – especially yourself.

Let us begin.

As you sit comfortably, you have to make a choice.

Do you choose fear, loneliness, bitterness, rage, anger, and negativity – or do you choose a lightness that flows gently in through your nostrils and out your mouth?

The choice is easy.

Of course you choose the lightness of breath.

Watching this breath you say to yourself, “Breathing in, I know I am breathing in; breathing out, I know that I am breathing out.”

This is called conscious breathing.

Do this for 11 breaths.

Take your time; there is no rush.

Feel that your breath is gentle and free.

Say to yourself, “My breath is free, I am free; I am free to be me.”

Say these words over and over, watching the breath becoming deeper.

You can feel the breath touching your insides like never before.

Now focus on the base of your spine.

The breath is soft and gentle.

Say to yourself, “Breathing into my first chakra, I feel the breath coming in and out.

Breathing out of my first chakra, I feel the breath going in and out.”

Your whole body seems to be put at ease.

Do this kind of breathing throughout all your chakras.

When you come to the seventh chakra say to yourself, “Breathing into my crown chakra, my heart is full; breathing out of my crown chakra, my heart is full.”

Do this for seven breaths.

Do not worry about losing your place; just keep saying the words.

Then come back to the base of the spine and start again.

Do this three times, not worrying if you messed up or not.

Then just sit, and let the breath come in and out of your chest.

Your chest now feels like soft clouds, and you feel wonderful and free.

Let the breath move your chest slowly and fully.

It is your Beloved breathing for you.

If your body moves a little, then go with it.

Do not try to stop the movement.

Sit and feel the wonder of the breath breathing you, filling you, and loving you.

The emotion of love is not attachment; it is a healing shakti power that will sustain you all of your life.

Take your time.

There is no time limit to this breath.

Feel that you are beyond time and space, and that you are with your Beloved, sharing a moment within a moment.

Sit as long as you want to – then sit a little longer.

Now breathe in and out of every chakra, knowing you are a winner in this game of life and death.

When you get to the crown chakra and you finish breathing out of the crown chakra, come over the head and breathe in and out over your head for as long as you want to.

Then come back to your heart in the center of your chest.

See how you feel.

The negativity has left through the bottom of your feet.

You are left with only that which is positive.

You are filled with gratitude.

Keep breathing for as long as you feel comfortable.

Then close your eyes, and see everything as light.

This is one of the deepest meditations I have ever given you.

Come back to it whenever the stress level is high or whenever you want to go deeper.

I give this breath to you with great joy in my heart.

I love you all so very much.


Ma Jaya

Kashi Ashram


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