Watch this Video to Learn The Meditation.
Launch 1000 Days of Healing with Ra Ma Da Sa Sa Say So Hung
Posted by 1000 Days of Healing on Monday, June 12, 2017
From June 12, 2017 through March 7, 2020, please join me in creating a global community to practice this meditation, and send the healing energy wherever YOU see it is needed most.
Join others who are doing this practice at: https://www.facebook.com/1000daysofhealing/
1000 days is a long commitment. So if you chose to participate, do not feel obligated to make this a burden on your day. 3 minutes, 5 minutes, anything up to 11 minutes is enough.
The recording of Ra Ma Da Sa used in this video is from the album Angel’s Waltz by Sada Sat Kaur. You can purchase the recording here.
Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji originally taught this meditation on September 18, 2001 – a week after the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C. Through this simple meditation, you can send healing energy to people. To your family, your friends, your community. To those who are suffering. To those who are desperate. Even to your worst enemies.
Comments About This Meditation.
“You must not misunderstand your powers. A saint is a human also. Try to act as a saint and a sage. It is a very little price you have to pay to let your ego go and let your sainthood prevail. Calamities are nothing but challenges. Challenges are nothing but awakening calls to improve our being, and an improved being is nothing but God’s Self within us. Now the time has come. We must grow out of our past and face the most beautiful tomorrow.” – Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, September 18, 2001.
Written Instructions for the Meditation:
Sit with a straight spine, and have your neck aligned with the spine. If you like doing yoga, you can sit on the floor, in a relaxed, cross-legged posture. If you are not used to doing yoga, you can sit in a chair, with both feet firmly flat on the ground and sitting very straight. (No slouching.)
The hand posture (called a mudra) is to interlace your fingers in front of the heart center with the thumbs crossed. The fingers are interlaced, but the palms don’t connect. The elbows are relaxed alongside the ribcage.
Close the eyes and do the following chant:
Raa Maa Daa Saa Saa Say So Hung.
the “aa” is pronounced like “ahhh.”
The chant (called a mantra) means:
Oh sun, and moon, oh earth and everything. Oh Great Infinity – that’s what I am.
When Yogi Bhajan taught this meditation, he used the following recording by Gurunam Singh, a.k.a. Dr. Joseph Michael Levry, for the students to chant with:
Continue holding this posture and chant for 3-11 minutes. From your heart, reach out sincerely to those who are in pain and in need, all the creatures of the earth, and the people.
When you are done chanting, maintain the posture. Inhale deeply, suspend the breath and meditate on the power of the Universe to bring healing and balance to all situations. Project from your heart the healing to energy, and know that this breath is a healing breath. Then exhale. Repeat this breath two more times (for a total of 3 times) – then relax.