Amrit Pan

Amrit Pan

Amrit Pan is the 13th Kriya in this series of 20 Tantric Kriyas. Amrita (अमृत) literally means “immortality”. It relates to the nectar the Greeks called “ambrosia”, which is the nectar or food that gave them immortality. This Rig Veda tells us the nectar is flowing...
Shambhavi Mudra

Shambhavi Mudra

Shambhavi Mudra is the 12th Kriya in this series of 20 Tantric Kriyas.  Shambhavi Mudra is first described in Letters from the Yoga Masters on page 132. It teaches how to focus the eyes softly to the mid brow area. Here we can build on that technique as part of these...
Shakti Chalani

Shakti Chalani

Shakti Chalani Kriya is the 11th Kriya in this series of 20 Tantric Kriyas. Shakti means “energy” and Chalani means “to churn”. This kriya facilitates the rotation of Shakti, the feminine or Kundalini Energy within us. Shakti Chalani is a name given for yogic...
Naumukhi Mudra

Naumukhi Mudra

Naumukhi Mudra is the 10th Kriya in this series of 20 Tantric Kriyas This is the first of the Dharana Kriyas, focussing on concentration. I particularly enjoy this practice as a meditation just on its own. It reminds me of an incredible experience I had when my Mantra...
Shakti Chalani

Tadan Kriya

Tadan Kriya is the 9th Kriya in this series of 20 Tantric Kriyas.  This is the last of the 9 Pratyahara Kriyas. After this kriya we move into the Dharana Kriyas. Tadan means “to beat.” This kriya is very similar to Maha Vedha mudra as found on pages 122-123 in Letters...