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Rahini Yoga Healing Kriya: Spirals of Divine Light Meditation.

This Rahini Yoga® meditation is part of Kind Karma Worldwide Initiative called: Kind Karma® Community Rocks!

Kind Karma Community Rocks is about, "reaching, coaching and healing our communities" through community service projects and events emphasizing holistic health, healing and empowerment. This initiative includes, TALK: Teach All Loving Kindness.

"Awakening & Healing The Collective Community Consciousness." - Kind Karma® Worldwide


Spirals Of Divine Light Meditation.

"Spirals of Divine Light" is a movement based meditation, that harmonizes your body, breath and mind, and connects you with the Divine Energy of Rainbow Radiance. It includes gentle movements, breath awareness, sound healing, body mudra, and positive visualization or imagery. Additionally, it includes a healing sound as your body moves. This particular healing sound is given during the in-person Kind Karma® related courses or events.

How to Practice "Spirals of Divine Light" Meditation

Begin with "Celestial Pillar of Radiant Light" Mudra.

1) Seated Posture

  • Sit in a cross-legged position or sit in a chair with your feet flat on the floor.

  • Balance your weight evenly across your sit bones.

  • Align your head, neck, and spine. Feel tall. Feel expanded. Feel Light.

  • As you lengthen your spine, soften your face and neck, and lower and relax your shoulders.

  • Spend some time softening your your hips (feel your hip creases relax), thighs and feet (if you need to, spread your toes out and release them several times until you feel your feet soften and relax).

  • Keep your gaze straight ahead with soft eyes. If you need to close your eyes to visualize, then do so.

  • Kind Karma Tip: Make whatever modifications you need to feel steady, comfortable and supported in your seated posture.

2) Arms and Hands - "Celestial Pillar of Radiant Light" Mudra

  • Rub your hands vigorously together for one minute. Until your hands feel warm and energized. "Waking up the Chi" (Dean Telano).

  • Celestial Pillar of Radiant Light Mudra: Bend your elbows 90 degrees, hold the hands six inches apart, palms facing each other, at the level of your heart or solar plexus chakra. Keep your elbows in at your sides. Be sure your elbows are relaxed, not rigid.

  • Kind Karma Tip: This mudra creates a healing space within your electromagnetic field or aura, and helps to break through negative thought patterns.

  • Kind Karma Tip: Maintain this mudra position for at least 30 second before you begin the actual movement.

3) Preparing for the Arm Moving Meditation

  • Keeping that same bend in your elbows, move your arms out to the sides until they are in line with your heart center or solar plexus.

Move your arms out to the sides until they are in line with your heart center.

4) Arm Movement for the Meditation

  • Outwardly (moving backward, then inwardly) rotate your elbows, forearms and hands, creating a spiral or vortex of energy.

  • Rotate in outward circles as rapidly as you can.

  • Kind Karma Tip: This is a rhythmic and continuous movement.

  • Kind Karma Tip: During the movement keep you elbows in at your sides.

Beginning the outward circles. The arms will move slightly up and behind your body.

As the movement continues, the ams and hands will naturally lower.

After each completion of one circle, the arms will reach their lowest point and naturally begin to move forward.

5) Breathing during the Meditation

  • Breathe through your nose.

  • Kind Karma Tip: The goal is to allow your breath to naturally adjust itself during the movement.

6) Meditation Time

  • Three to seven minutes.

  • Kind Karma Tip: Practice everyday with an open mind.

7) Visualization during the Meditation

  • Visualize or imagine "Spirals of Divine Healing Light" emanating and surrounding your entire body.

  • Kind Karma Tip: Don't force the imagery or visualization. If you need to, just think about it or just say to yourself, I am surrounding by 'Spirals of Divine Healing Light' and then begin the movement.

8) How to End the Moving Meditation

  • Inhale through your nose three consecutive times - without exhaling, as you raise your arms above your head. Tighten the entire body for a moment or or two.

  • Slowly exhale through your mouth and lower your arms as you shake out your wrists and hands.

  • Next, energetically massage your heart (Refer to photos).

  • Remain in a seated position, relax and either stack your hands in your lap, palms up, or lay your hands on your knees, palms down. Your eyes can be either open or closed.

  • Take a minute or two to tune into the Infinite and Boundless Divine White Light that is flowing all around you, and that has entered into your present time and space.

As you raise your arms above your head, inhale three consecutive times without exhaling.

Raise your arms above your head in a letter "V" shape, with your palms facing each other.

Energetically massage your Heart Center.

When you energetically massage your Heart Center, your hands do not touch your body. Just softly brush or "feather" your aura as if your hands were Wings of an Angel.


Benefits of "Spirals of Divine Healing Light" Meditation

  • Awakens life-force energies within you, and transports this energy throughout your body.

  • Awakens your inner energy healer - increasing your self-healing ability and the power to heal others.

  • Cleanses, brightens and strengthens your aura.

  • Creates a powerful light of protection around you, shielding you from invading negative energy.

  • Raises your body's vibration, particularly your heart vibration.

  • Releases stress, tension and anger.

  • Clears and calms your mind.

  • Helps with letting go of negative thoughts and emotions.

  • Cultivates self-empowerment or personal power.

  • Improves lymphatic flow and drainage.

  • Bolsters your immune system.

  • Activates your Inner Light Codes, Crystalline Body and Cosmic Energies.

  • Connects you to the "Celestial Energy Pillars of Kindness" (C.E.P.OK).

© 2022. All Rights Reserved. Dean Telano

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