Sat Nam Rasayan® – meditative healing technique of Kundalini Yoga
In Sat Nam Rasayan we learn to heal through the power of inner stillness. Here silence does not mean absence of thoughts. Rather, we learn to observe our inner processes without involving ourselves, already with this pausing and allowing we begin to recognize and release our conditioning. The work with Sat Nam Rasayan is characterized by a special effortlessness and deep beauty in letting go and returning to our natural silent being.
Translated, Sat Nam Rasayan means healing through the flow of the soul. In this tradition we work purely through our meditative mind. No energy is sent or visualized. In feeling and letting happen, we stabilize our capacity to observe and begin to experience our original stillness. Letting this happen opens an intuitive space within us and is the first step towards healing.
With a little practice, we can treat complex problems of physical, mental and spiritual nature with Sat Nam Rasayan. In this process, the healer always remains in silent observation and opens up to ever more subtle inner levels of perception. We recognize our connection and oneness with all that exists and learn to use that connection to heal. The key to this art is the unbiased allowing of all our experiences. This is the gateway to learning to use our intuitive capacities and abilities.
GURU DEV SINGH
The Tradition of Sat Nam Rasayan
For thousands of years Sat Nam Rasayan was a secret yoga tradition. Sat Nam Rasayan was exclusively transmitted in silence from a master to his disciple, this privilege was reserved only for a few very advanced disciples. The process of training usually lasted several years, during which the master molded his disciple with various methods until he could dwell stably in a state of neutrality and stillness. The teachings were considered one of the highest achievements of yoga.
Guru Dev Singh Ph.D.(1948 – 2021) was trained in the traditional way in Sat Nam Rasayan by Yogi Bhajan, the master of Kundalini Yoga. In 1989 he came to Europe and began to teach Sat Nam Rasayan publicly, in accordance with his teacher’s wishes. The University of Colombo awarded him an honorary doctorate for his achievements in the field of complementary medicine.
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“When you stop and become still,
then the universe can move for you.”
Guru Dev Singh