Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung (kundalini healing meditation)

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Hello. I think you might need a little meditation in your life. I hope that’s not too forward of me. I feel in my soul that a good dollop of healing is in order. Perhaps for ourselves, for another who needs it, for our Earth, for all beings. We have the power to heal ourselves and others.
healing meditation ra ma da sa sa say so hung

How to Practice HEALING MEDITATION (Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung):

  1. Sit in Sukhasana (Easy Pose)
  2. Bend your elbows and bring your upper arms + elbows in to rest against the sides of your ribcage
  3. Turn your palms upward to the sky and keep them open — you are collecting healing energy with your hands like catching raindrops
  4. The hands point outward from the body at a 45 degree angle
  5. The fingers are together, but the thumbs stretch away from the fingers — this maintains a stretch in the wrist, thereby striking balance in the brain
  6. Close your eyes and focus at your third eye point
  7. Begin this mantra (the Siri Gaitri Mantra): Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung
  8. On the first “Sa” and on “Hung,” draw your navel in
  9. Hung” should vibrate at the root of the nose
  10. Draw all of the other syllables out
  11. Use a full breath out for each repetition of this mantra
  12. As you chant, visualize yourself drawing in infinite healing energy and filling yourself with it or sending it to a loved one
  13. Feel the vibrations of the mantra resonate throughout your entire body
  14. Continue for anywhere from 3 to 31 minutes (i like to do 11 minutes)
  15. Exhale fully and relax

Ra Ma Da Sa Healing Meditation as written above © Y is for Yogini, adapted from the original meditation created by Yogi Bhajan.

This mantra — Ra (Sun), Ma (Moon), Da (Earth), Sa (Infinity), Sa (Infinity), Say (Totality of Infinity) So Hung (I am Thou) — is one Yogi Bhajan noted as one of the most powerful, as it unites Earth and Ether to heal.

Music — Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung (for pronunciation, cadence, + inspiration):

The power to heal is literally in your own two hands.

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12 Comments to Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung (kundalini healing meditation)

  1. Kriya Girl strikes back :D
    Been kriyain’ almost everyday for a few months, can’t start the day without! Performing agni sara at my parents’ without freaking everybody out was one of the challenges of the last holiday season :)

    I’m on for more meditation, so a healing meditation kriya? Bring it on!

  2. I love this! I was just talking about ways to move prana on the blog and kriya was on the list! This is a great one! Thank you for sharing…I might share a link to this post when I get to kriya! :) xo

  3. I love mantras but never really took the time to understand their meanings. I get totally lost in their rhythm and sometimes don’t feel the need to know what they mean, but seeing your translation really makes it deep. My first encounter with this mantra is the one by Snatam Kaur on her Grace album. The first time I heard it was in savasana when the teacher played this and it made me cry.

    • Hi Jessica, it all depends on what you’re trying to heal, how deep it runs, and the steps you’re taking to resolve/repair. The one thing I can say with certainty, is that if you practice this meditation, spiritual healing will take place in your heart and in your mind.

      Please know that you are always welcome to email me if you need someone to listen.

      Sending LOVE, Lo.