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Making the sounds of A-U-M kriya can be deeply soothing to your nervous system --all the more so when you think about the role your breathing plays.
 

What’s in this episode?

AUM kriya meditation! In this version, I invite you to imagine your "breath" in different locations in your torso -- lower, middle, and upper thirds. This is so we can imagine the sounds "Ahh" "Ooo" and "Mmm" as originating both from the breath and from these areas of the torso. It's maybe not as weird as it sounds in writing 😉

 

How can you use this practice?

If making sound is not something you think about, but just do, this practice may help you bring some intention into your chanting. And I find the meditation practice very grounding - good for when you feel less than steady in your body or mind.
 

Give it a try when you're ready

 
Listen to "Ep 483 - Breathing Sound and AUM Meditation".
 
Be moving, be true,
esther
 
 

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Esther's Everyday Meditation Podcast. Episode #384 with AUM kriya, grounding meditation practice.
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EVERYDAY MEDITATION PODCAST: EPISODE #384

Listen to "Ep 384 - AUM Kriya Meditation with grounding talk" on Spreaker.

What’s in this episode?
I guide you through a version of the AUM Kriya meditation practice. I start out sharing a few minutes on how AUM can be a "grounding" meditation practice, and what "grounding" even means!

After my chit chat, we dive right into the practice. if you want some detailed instructions first, listen to "how to practice AUM kriya"!

Back up, what does "grounding" mean?
Heh. Different things in different contexts. Listen to the episode to hear what I think it means here!

Ready to practice AUM kriya?

I hope you'll try AUM kriya. And, as always, if you do, I'd love to hear about your experience. Click on the bar below to drop me a line.

Practicing with you,
esther

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