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Practices

Each article is for a single practice, such as a chant, a pranayama, a visualization, or kriya.
Click here for articles on the overall aspects of practice and a spiritual lifestyle.

Absorbing Light through the Intestines

May, 2017 by Virochana Khalsa

This is a practice of concentrating and absorbing prana into the intestines to strengthen and nourish the body. read more

Kriya of Five Sounds Sa-Ta-Na-Ma

January, 2001 by Virochana Khalsa

This wonderful Kriya washes the mind, adjusts the elemental balance in the body, gradually develops a relationship with your presence above the head and increases projection, presence and healing ability. For all these benefits, it is a simple practice, but must be done daily for the accumulative effect. read more

Piercing the Inner Veils with Ong Kar

January, 2001 by Virochana Khalsa

This Kriya purifies misunderstanding and awakens a continual and profound sense of inner radiance originating from within. It brings an experience of purity. Intellectuality is overcome and you are able to both speak from the heart and hear what is really being said underneath all that is spoken to you. By continuing to cultivate the inner space this practice opens you enter the rarefied realms within the heart. As the heart becomes pure, everything is seen as connected to the “one” or highest self of all, despite contradictions which may appear in outer life. It is a very blissful practice. read more

Recharging Prana Technique

January, 2001 by Virochana Khalsa

This Kriya which moves the arms slowly in concert with the breath and visualization recharges depleted tissues, rebuilds and strengthens your self-image, increases the activity of the solar centers and the absorption of free energy. read more

Rotating the Five Elements through Five Organs

March, 2016 by Virochana Khalsa

This simple visualization and connectivity practice helps to potentize and restore the primal energy facilitated by each of the major organs in the body. It is based on the classical nourishing cycle of the five elements through the yin organs as practiced in Taoist tradition. read more


Many more practices of different natures will be added over the coming months.
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