by Fern Olivia: The arc line (6th body) is considered the nucleus of the nura, and they both function as our protection and projection…
Each of us has an arc line directly above the head from earlobe to earlobe, and women have a second arc line from breast to breast. In addition to protecting you from negativity, a strong aura and arc line may shield you from dis-ease and accidents by giving you sensitivity to your environment and alert you to incoming danger. It’s important for us to be clearing, balancing, and strengthening our arc lines and aura consistently and constantly, of which Kundalini yoga is a fast and potent tool.
I started the daily practice of Gyan Chakra Kriya, a Kundalini exercise (kriya) combining movement and mantra to bring you prosperities abound, and I can tell you how it has changed my life since. I want to share its magic with you too, so you can begin attracting everything to you through your radiance, naturally uplift environments and circumstances around you, and tap into your own intuition to heal your body and understand the powerful medicine it is speaking to you.
Gyan Chakra’s primary effect is that it brightens your halo and builds the aura to bring prosperity. One of its technologies is that it works with the idea that all of our Akashic records (essentially your life purpose, past lives, and soul lessons) exist in the arc line. During the exercise, the fingers cut diagonally above the head, activating the arc line which taps the knowledge from the aura and akasha.
If all of that sounds too esoteric, then just know that this exercise will make you glow—you’re commanding cosmic energy to you. Gyan Chakra meditation allows you to receive the opportunities coming in your direction. Too often we are our own worst enemy—we block things—be it because of our own self-worth, or our addiction to things being hard. Believing that things must be a struggle, that if we’re not struggling, we’re not working hard. No self-sabotage here please!
Meditation is not a selfish act, it’s a practice for each other. Elevate others through your own successes, raise others to a higher vibrational frequency from the infectiousness of your overflowing, beautiful self. Your radiant aura.
Gyan Chakra Kriya
The movement of the arms literally moves the arc line; working with our receptivity so we can receive the magnificence, accept it, and then handle it. Handling our own innate magnificence is the key here. Gyan Chakra removes the blockages of self-sabotage and opens you up to your own ultimate human potential.
Always begin your Kundalini Yoga Practice with chanting the Adi Mantra “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” three times, and end your practice with chanting the “Long Time Sun” song and “Sat Nam” one-three times.
Posture: Sit cross-legged with a straight spine.
Mudra (hand position): Place the tip of the index finger to the tip of the thumb, the rest of the fingers straight.
Movement: Alternatively move the hands in large swooping circles over the head. The right hand moves in a counter-clockwise circle over the head. The left hand moves in a clockwise circle over the head, both arms never going below the heart center (the chest). Stagger the movement of the two arms, and keep the hands circling up and around and move forcefully in rhythm with the mantra, one revolution per second. For the last 10 seconds move the arms as fast as possible.
Mantra: The mantra is “Sat Nam, Sat Nam, Wahe Guru, Wahe Guru.” Chant this out loud, with reverence for your own voice and sound, as you move your arms.
Time: 11:00 minutes (set an alarm on your phone).
To Finish: Three inhales and exhales with the arms stretched straight up and fingers remaining in the mudra (hand position). Inhale and stretch the arms upward for 10 seconds each time, lengthening the spine. Inhale. Exhale. Inhale again. Exhale. Inhale one last time. This time twisting the body left and right 7 times (14 twists in total), keeping the arms straight above the head. Exhale, and relax.
“If your psyche and your halo is there, this exercise shall give you your halo as it should be, more you do it, more fast you will be you. Opportunities will come to you, you don’t have to chase after them. Am I clear?” – Yogi Bhajan