Journey to Brahm Prakash -Sunday February 18, 2018 (2-1/2 Hour Meditation)

Sat Nam Everyone and Welcome to Tonight's
Journey to Brahm Prakash Meditation

Led by S. S. Sangeet Kaur Khalsa

Time: Sunday February 18, 2018, 6 pm - 9 pm (Click for Current Arizona Time)
Location: 9851 N. 28th Way, (North) Phoenix, AZ 85028 (Sangeet's home)
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Sangeet's Message About Tonight's Journey to Brahm Prakash Meditation

Welcome to a Great Heart Rising Time!

Dear Family and Friends,journey to brahm prakash 11 11 11 medium

Based on the numerology of the planet, this month we have entered a rare time when the heart and mind can rise together! This is a time when reason and love can reach a new high ground – personally, between couples and friends, communities, and nations. This is an opportunity, but not a guarantee. We must consciously strive for it.

This precious “heart rising” period began in the second week of February, bringing a time when heart and mind can rise together. Its energy arc extends out until Feb 25th.

To take full advantage of this arc of linked heart-mind energy we need to protect the heart, build the heart and project out that strength in our lives and to others around us.

So tonight in our Journey to Brahm Prakash Master Meditation we chant our classic mantra “Sat Narayan Wahe Guru, Hari Narayan Sat Nam” to invoke the power of God in us with the highest levels of abundance and nourishment. Our hands will be in “heart lock” position, crossed over each other at the heart center with left hand underneath.

This is the meditation which began our Brahm Prakash meditation tradition on November 11, 2011 the dawning of the Aquarian Age. I remember that evening fondly.

It was nearly 7 pm when we all arrived at our chosen site. 60+ intrepid meditators gathered on a rocky shelf outcropping on the outskirts of Sedona, Arizona. We formed a large outer circle and a smaller inner circle. Stormy clouds and near-freezing cold winds whipped around us. During the 2-1/2 hour chant we heard coyotes howling nearby several times, the smell of smoke came and left, but nothing hampered our clear, resolute voices. At the end of the chant we looked up with gratitude and saw that the sky had opened to form a large dome-like circle above us and nowhere else, with millions of stars shinning down on us.

This spawned an ongoing tradition of meditation retreats and monthly chants keyed to the planetary opening when we could reach up and engage the saints in the 4th Heavenly Ether of the “God-Awakened Ones” who dwell in Brahm Prakash. Each month (this year on the 18th) the meditation is geared to the challenge and resolution of that specific time. Many across North America join us on our internet broadcasts.

So this opportunity comes again tonight when we catch the power of heart and mind rising together to face and defeat the “holocaust of hatred” and bring peace around the world.

This mantra roots us again with new strength tonight as we begin the 7th year of our journeys to call on the great saints in the 4th Heavenly Ether. With this mantra no challenge can overcome us. In the face of all calamity, chant this mantra through the end of this month – wherever you are, whatever you are doing, aloud or vibrating in your mind. Its light conquers all darkness.

Bless you in all ways, always,


The instructions for doing this meditation are simple: 

Asana: Sit on the floor in Easy Pose (legs crossed, hands resting on knees in Gyan Mudra or in lap) or sit in a chair (with hands resting on thighs in Gyan Mudra or in lap) and do your best to keep a straight spine and feet flat on the floor.

Drishti and Pranayam: Ideally the eyes are focused on the Third Eye (between eye brows). The breath will adjust itself as you chant.

Mudra: Hands are crossed over the Heart Center with the right palm touching and crossing over the back of the left hand. The left palm lightly presses against the Heart Center. This is known as "Heart Lock Mudra."


Sat Narayan Wahe Guru,
Hari Narayan Sat Nam


True Sustainer, Indescribable Wisdom,
Creative Sustenance, True Identity.

This mantra brings peace within and beyond. It draw on the aspect of God that brings nourishment and relates to the water element. It awakens the true identity of God within each of us and, with the flow of ecstasy (like the flow of water), brings us the experience of Infinity.

Here's How To Do It:

1. Sitting in Easy Pose or a chair, chant the Adi Mantra (the Tuning In mantra) three times.

2. Chant the “Sat Narayan” meditation with this recording, such as the one we're using tonight from Sangeet's CD Beyond the Beyond” (available on, or a capella with a strong melody. Put your heart into it!

3. When the meditation has finished, powerfully and deeply inhale while raising arms above your head, and hold for 10-15 seconds. Powerfully and deeply exhale. Repeat inhale-hold-exhale once more with raised arms. Then lower your arms to your lap/knees and sit quietly. Feel the vibrations of the mantra in you and around you.

4. Finish by singing the “Longtime Sunshine” song followed by a Long Sat Nam.

Date: Sunday February 18, 2018, 6 pm - 9 pm.
Location: Sangeet's Home, 9851 N. 28th Way, Phoenix, AZ 85028. PLEASE park on the side street, Not On The Cul-de-sac! The neighbors thank you! (Tap For Map)
Fee: $25 per person. Includes a light vegan meal with Yogi Tea served afterwards.
Live Broadcast: We will broadcast this event live on our website:

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Android Smart Phone and Tablet users -In the recent versions of Andriod the built-in browser is called "Chrome." It is most compatible and usually works very well. If the video is not playing correctly, then there is not really anything that can be done other than try a desktop computer if one is nearby -that may work better for you.

Firefox-for-Andriod (free and found in the Google Play store) usually works well. We personally use Firefox-for-Android on our Android devices rather than the built-in brower (for a number of reasons including better privacy and also better compatibility with HTML 5 video). So you might want to give it a try!

iPads and iPhones purchased within the past year or so usually work fine with the video. Older versions often struggle to keep a reliable video connection and there really isn't a way to fix it.

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