The Karmic Spaces teaching must be lived, and Ma Jaya has offered many practical tools, some of which are drawn from Kali Natha Yoga. The following practices may apply to a specific karmic space, or they may help you choose freedom from more than one.
This practice will take you into the place to receive
- Begin in standing – Mountain Pose.
- Step the left foot back and angle the foot for balance.
- Bend the front right knee.
- Bend the right arm and lean the right forearm and elbow onto the right thigh.
- Lean onto the right thigh, with the left arm hanging down, straight ...more
Anger comes from the absence of acknowledgment of self beauty. The anger that we have in the moment is the anger that we have toward ourselves.
- Sit quietly and look toward your right.
- Close your eyes, and think of something that has angered you.
- Feel your anger.
- Look again to the right; see how defined the anger has become. ...more
When you have jealous explosions from time to time, you are like an earthquake looking for destruction of the Self. Practice this meditation when jealousy begins to rear its ugly head. This meditative spiritual exercise will clear hatred, hostility, and other negative emotions. You are the expert that can lead you out of darkness. You and you alone can take ...more
This meditation helps conquer the karmic space of indifference. Indifference is born from the pain of being afraid of rejection. In this dark space lives the Mother of compassion and compassion’s tears. Mother Tara took birth from the tears of the Buddha. The light of Mother Green Tara can lead you out of indifference with the breath of compassion.
The following practice will bring awareness to your anger and help to train you to release yourself from the anger.
- Begin in sitting or standing.
- Bring your awareness to a feeling of anger. You can say to yourself “I am aware that I am angry”.
- Extend your straight arms out to the sides with the hands in fists.
- With ...more
This ratio breath will create balance and create calm focus in the mind and body. This breath has a balanced ratio and can be practiced for any number of counts that feel right for you – 3:3:3 or 5:5:5, for example. Students are typically comfortable starting at four or five. The three parts are the inhalation, the retention of breath ...more
- Begin sitting or standing comfortably
- Bring the hands together in prayer pose or Pranam
- Press the hands together, elbows are raised – this is Tight Pranam
- Notice which hand feels stronger in Tight Pranam
- Press in from the side which is not as strong and bring balance to your body
This can be done in any ...more