Meditation To Heal A Broken Heart
This morning, May 18th, I did this meditation for the first time and it was wonderful! Whether you can point to something specific that has left you broken hearted or not, this meditation is a wonderful moment of self-care and self-love that you should try at least once. It's a good one!
This meditation is very relaxing if you understand it. The autonomic system will relax and your breath will automatically move toward a meditative pace to renew and relax your heart and mind.To heal the emotional wounds of the heart we need to bring calm to the nerves that hold the wound. We know that a break in relationship (to others or to our Self) has almost identical reactions in the nervous system and brain as a physical injury or loss of limb.This mudra creates balance; it generates a subtle pressure which adjusts the heart meridian along the little finger and outer forearm, activating the "action nerve" junction with the autonomic system to reset itself by keeping the forearms parallel to the ground and involving the armpit reflexes; and finally, it uses the pranic influence of the middle finger and its Saturn and air qualities to quell residual emotional storms. Practice for 11, 31 or 62 minutes.
Thank you to The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings for this meditation.
1. Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine, and a light Neck Lock.
2. Palms are together, lightly touching. The tip of the Saturn (middle) finger is at the level of the Third Eye Point. The forearms are horizontal to the ground, elbows high. Look within.
1. Inhale, exhale, relax the breath, and with clasped hands stretch the arms up for 2 minutes.
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