This meditation can be practised with a lover or friend, to bring resonance and harmony to the male-female dynamic.
Phase one (10 minutes)
Sit opposite your partner, with your palms touching and fingers resting lightly on your partner’s wrists. With your eyes closed, and breathing normally, simply witness your breathing, your mind, and your emotions as an impartial observer. This position automatically creates harmony in the bio-electricity within your own body, and between you and your partner.
Phase two (3 minutes)
Simultaneously, each place the middle finger of your right hand on your partner’s heart chakra, in the centre of the chest. This creates a heart resonance between you.
Phase three (3 minutes)
Simultaneously, each place the middle finger of your right hand on your partner’s third eye centre, between the eyebrows. This will create a resonance in your intuition.
Phase four (10 minutes)
With your palms touching and fingers resting lightly on your partner’s wrists, create resonance of the voice by humming together. Humming activates the crown chakra and the central channel, bringing an awakening of spiritual energy.
Phase five (10 minutes)
Take turns to touch the whole of your partner’s body, wherever you can reach. The touch is loving and firm, anchoring the resonance in the physical body. Then caress your partner’s aura with your hands, around the physical body. The receiving partner sits with eyes closed and in silence throughout.
Phase six (10 minutes)
You can both have your eyes open or closed for this stage. Either remain seated opposite each other or move into the Yab Yum position, with the Lingam inside the Yoni or not, as you wish. If the Lingam is inside the Yoni, you are not moving towards genital release, but simply relaxing together. Now enter into a phase of circular breathing. For the first 5 minutes the man breathes out through his Lingam. As he does, the woman inhales the breath through her Yoni, raises the breath upward, and breathes out through her heart. As she does so, the man breathes in through his heart, allows the breath to descend, and breathes out through his Lingam, and so on. For the second 5 minutes, reverse the breathing circle – the woman breathes out through her Yoni and in through her heart, the man breathes in through his Lingam and out through his heart. This activates the main positive poles in both partners and also helps to awaken their inner male and inner female aspects so that the experience of transformation through Tantra can flower.
Phase seven (2 minutes)
Namaste, looking into each other’s eyes and then bow down, crown chakras touching, to express your gratitude for this shared meditation.
Enjoyed this meditation? Want to try more like it? Check out Sarita’s online Vigyan Bhairav Tantra club: email Sidika, or see her book, Divine Sexuality.
Meditation of the Month: Inner and Outer Harmony