Is your heart open and giving? Over time, you may have had experiences that have caused your heart to harden. Perhaps you are defensive because you have been hurt in the past. You may find it hard to be entirely open with the people around you for fear of rejection. Whatever issues are troubling you, Kundalini Yoga practices can help.
Engaging in a healing meditation for a broken heart is the way to go. This easy-to-learn practice can help you to strengthen your heart center and heal old wounds. No matter what has been plaguing you, taking the time to heal is the ultimate form of self-care. You deserve to be happy, connect with others, and find your sense of peace once more.
Benefits of This Meditation
Heals a broken heart
Helps promote openness
Boosts feelings of love
Heals old wounds
Strengthen the heart center
How to do This Meditation
Ready to try this meditation for a broken heart? Whether you’re a newcomer to the realms of Kundalini Yoga or know the practice well, you will find this one straightforward. Simply follow our instructions here to get started.
Start by sitting in a meditative position. You can choose any position that feels comfortable to you.
Your hands should be in an Open Lotus Mudra in front of your heart center. To create this position, bring your palms together at the bottom. The left pinkie should be touching the right pinkie, while the left thumb touches the right thumb.
The rest of your fingers need to be pointed straight up and separated. This position makes the undeniable shape of the lotus flower when it’s in bloom. Keep your palms as open as you can while practicing this particular mudra.
Throughout this meditation, you should focus your eyes on the lip of the nose.
The mantra that you use throughout this healing meditation is ‘Humee Hum Brahm Hum’.
When you begin to repeat this mantra, you will find that feelings and emotions start to pass over you. The aim is to strengthen your heart center and allow any wounds to disappear deep into the sound of the mantra. The defenses that surround your heart will start to go away when you’re engaging fully with this mantra. Take a moment to let it happen.
Stay present in the moment and focus on opening your heart. Staying open and connecting with others often takes a leap of faith. However, it is worth it. Through this healing meditation, you can encourage those feelings of connectedness and love.
You should practice this meditation for a broken heart for 31 minutes.
When you are ready to bring your meditation practice to an end, breathe in deeply and suspend the breath, and then breathe out. You should do this twice. After you have done that, sit still for a full minute and then allow yourself to sense everything around you. Finally, move your shoulders and arms before relaxing.