Human relationships can be beautiful but also fragile. Without clear and honest communication, we can receive mixed messages that lead to complications. When you’re trying to connect with another person, you need to make sure that you’re both on the same page and have an understanding.
Fortunately, conscious communication meditation can help you do that. This practice is easy to grasp no matter where you are in your journey. Set aside some time to focus on yourself and strengthen your communication skills. This meditation can also lead to more relaxation, higher confidence, and understanding yourself.
Benefits of this Meditation
- Improves conscious communication
- Helps encourage relaxation
- Boosts your sense of inner confidence
- Supports the glandular system
- Improves your understanding of self
- How to do this Meditation
Ready to get started? Find a quiet space somewhere and follow these simple steps to get you going.
Start by sitting in Easy Pose, or any position that suits you. You can hold a sheet of paper with the chant (see below) written on it in front of you in your right hand. Do not lean or change positions.
Ensure that your eyes are looking down at the sheet. You should focus clearly on each word and not need to move the paper at all. To do this, you will need to apply a gentle Neck Lock.
Keep in mind that your peripheral vision should just catch the side outline of your nose. You can adjust your eyes to make sure that you get this right from the start.
As you engage in this meditation, you should listen to the Say Saraswati music track. While listening to the music, you should chant the following mantra aloud:
Say Saraswatee Sar-rang
Hay Bhagvatee Har-rang
La Lakhshmee Nar-ring
Karn Kar-an Kar-ring
Dayv Maa-haa Dayv Dayv-uh
Sarab Shaktee Seva
Tarn Taran Tar-ring
Neel Narayan Nar-ring
Guroo Dayv Dayv-ing
Sarab Lok Sev-ing
Note: The mantra is translated as “Goddess of Love (Happiness), Shakti Power (Victory), Goddess of Wealth (Prosperity), God’s Three Aspects (Fulfillment), Nurtures the Experience of Totality, The God of Gods, the Infinite One, Under and Over, God Is Love, All Creation, Serving.”
Continue the above meditation and chanting for 23 minutes, before moving onto the next stage.
Keep your eyes closed for the next part of the meditation for conscious communication.
Next, put your hands on the Heart Center with your left palm on the bottom and your right hand on top.
Repeat the above mantra again for eight minutes.
When you have followed all of the above steps, it is time to end the meditation. To do so, breathe in deeply and hold for 20 seconds. Pull the navel in and concentrate.
Breathe out completely. Then repeat for 20 seconds, and then 30 seconds. Relax.
Continue Your Meditation Journey!
Whether you’re new to the realms of meditation or have been doing it for a while, engaging in this sacred practice can offer a whole variety of benefits. Get started today!