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"Kindness is like snow - it beautifies everything it covers."

- Kahil Gibran -

Kindness is an aspect of Sat Nam, as we cultivate identification with our own Self and the Self in others — love and a lack of separation and a feeling of being in-kind with others. This virtue is a feeling of universal kindness, recognizing that everyone is part of you.

Explore the following practices for cultivating kindness and compassion in all areas of your life. And don't miss the December Numerology Forecast and 2022 Preview!

Meditation for Developing Your Human Kindness

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This practice is also known as Bandhu Dya Kriya. Bandhu means sibling or comrade. Dya means kindness, and kriya means action.

In this meditation, the breath - the prana - is controlled by eight rhythmic strokes and is projected out as sound. This meditation can help to expand your energy, project your aura, and connect you with your excellence. It is said that this meditation gives you the ability to rise above time and space.

Anything which deals with prana is related to the Pranpathi, the one who gives you prana, which sustains your life. This meditation should be practiced with reverence and devotion.


Compassion Kriya


It is compassion that makes us truly human - compassion for others and for ourselves. Imagine life without compassion. It would be bitter. Learn to open your heart and cultivate compassion.

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with your spine straight.

Mudra: Cross the Saturn Fingers (middle fingers) over the Jupiter fingers (index fingers) of each hand. Place thumbs on mounds of Mercury, which is just at the base of the pinkie.


Meditation to Arouse Mercy & Compassion


Posture: Sit in a comfortable meditative posture with a straight spine.

Eyes: Closed.

Mudra: Bring the hands palm up in front of the chest. Press the Saturn (middle), Sun (ring), and Mercury (pinkie) fingers back to back. The three fingers are pointing up. The index fingers are pointing away from the body and are crossed. Extend the thumbs away from the hands to each side. Hold the mudra in front of the Heart Center.

Segmented Breath: Begin by inhaling in 4 equal parts. Suspend the breath for the same amount of time as the segmented inhale. Exhale in 4 equal parts. Suspend the breath out of the lungs for the same amount of time. Slowly build up from 4 equal parts on the inhale and the exhale to 8, 12, and finally 16 equal parts.


December Numerology Forecast & 2022 Preview

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Fasten your seat belts, because we have a lot to go over for the month of December and 2022 preview!

Let’s look at the easy stuff first, and that would be the need to relax and rejoice over the Holiday season. A definitive time-out is necessary after the full moon on December 18th, as our mental equilibrium is going through a total overhaul and re-set. The higher Heavenly forces are there to support you in a decompress-reset of body, mind, and spirit so that you may most effectively enter the new energy paradigm of 2022.



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