Feeling close and connected to your partner is essential for a happy lifestyle. If you’re hoping to strengthen your relationship with your partner, there is Kundalini Yoga technology that may help you. Fortunately, there is a meditation for couples that you may want to try. Undertaking this practice will have a wealth of benefits to your connection.
Moreover, taking the time to truly be with your partner and connect with them on a spiritual level is important. When you nurture relationships, you will watch them grow stronger and stronger. When you have a moment, you can try this Kundalini Yoga meditation together.
Benefits of This Meditation
- Develop Your Relationship
- Strengthen Your Bond
- Increase Feelings of Closeness
- Relaxation and Mindfulness
- Become Two Bodies with One Soul
- Resolve Feelings of Conflict
How to do This Meditation
Start by sitting in Easy Pose, or whichever position feels comfortable to you. You should be facing one another with your knees gently touching.
Reach out and hold your partner’s hand using Bear Grip. Your fingers will be hooked between those of your partner with your hands parallel. The woman’s right palm should be facing downward while her left is facing upward.
Look directly into your partner’s eyes. While you are making eye contact with your partner, try to project feelings of love and divine light.
Optional: If you would prefer, you can do this meditation back-to-back. Should you choose this method, your hands will be in the Gyan Mudra on your knees.
The mantra you will use for this is the ‘Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wahe Guru’.
It literally translates as ‘One creator created this creation, Truth is his name. This wisdom is so great and beyond description.’
How to Chant the Mantra
As you chant ‘Ek Ong Kar’, the words should be long. You will be inhaling deeply and take one breath during this part of the mantra. As you start with ‘Ek’ pull the Navel Point to make the word rhyme with ‘Neck’.
Next, the ‘Ong’ sound should have a short ‘oh’ and then a longer ‘ng’ sound which vibrates. There is no break between the ‘Ong’ and ‘Kar’ sounds as you chant.
Breathe in deeply when you chant the ‘Sat Nam Siri’ words. You can pull the Navel Point on ‘Sat’ to make it rhyme with ‘But’. ‘Nam’ is long and should rhyme with ‘Tom’, while ‘Siri’ sounds a little like ‘City’.
Take a half-breath before chanting the final part of this mantra, which is ‘Wahe Guru’. You should pull the Navel Point on ‘Wa’ to make it short. ‘He’ sounds like ‘Hay’ while ‘Guru’ is long with a rolled ‘r’ sound.
While you are chanting the above Kundalini Yoga mantra, you should be continually breathing through your nose.
This meditation for couples should be done for 11 minutes. When you want to bring it to an end, close your eyes and focus on the image of your partner at your brow point and relax.