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Healing Through Conscious Awareness:

The Yogic Healing Art of Sat Nam Rasayan by HarDarshan


o you remember being a very young child and feeling a sense of oneness with all life? Before you learned patterns of holding tension in the body;

before you had a concept of fear or judgment? That feel- ing is what is accessed in the practice of Sat Nam Rasayan healing. The foundation of all healing begins with relax- ation. The foundation of relaxation begins with the breath. When you are able to breathe deeply and fully and come to a state of relaxation, you are on your way to accessing the healing energy within you and around you! Through breathing and relaxing, you find the place of deep inner

When you are able to breathe deeply and fully and come to a state of relaxation, you are on your way to accessing the healing energy within you and around you!

silence, what the yogis call “shuniya.” Within this space of non-attachment; this place of no agenda, you can access the space of emptiness which actually contains everything. What are some of the ways that this state of healing

awareness can be used? Like the experience of shuniya itself, the ways are limitless. First, just finding your own inner silence is a beautiful way to experience peacefulness. When your mind is peaceful, it becomes easier to access your intuition, your creativity, and your joy. This will affect your relationships, your work, and how you relate to your physical environment. Sat Nam Rasayan affects how you function in the world! If you are a bodyworker, a physician, a counselor, a teacher, or a parent, you may find that being able to access this inner state of expansiveness changes the quality of what you are able to give to others. While Sat Nam Rasayan (SNR) began as a heal-

ing practice in India thousands of years ago, it is only in the last 20 years or so that this practice has been taught publicly. Previously, it was taught only in silence, passed from master to student. In formal SNR practice, the patient usually lies on the floor and is made comfortable with pil- lows and blankets. The healer sits next to the patient and lightly touches him or her, usually on the closest arm. It is not necessary for the healer to have physical contact with the patient (in fact, SNR can be done as distance healing); however that light touch can be comforting and reassuring. The healer will then enter into the “sacred sensitive space” through a process of brief meditation. As the healer allows every sensation, such as sound, touch, thought,

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smell, et cetera, the sensations of the patient are also included. Simply allowing what is, becomes a healing experience. Without specific agendas, blockages of energy flow, physical conditions, and old psychological patterns can be released. The healer may become aware of actions the patient can take later at home, such as diet, exercise, meditation, or others to further the healing process. How can you learn this ancient and sacred science? One of the most accomplished SNR practitioners in the world will be visiting the Triangle to teach this transfor- mative practice. Hargopal Kaur Khalsa from Los Angeles will be leading a workshop on Saturday, October 16, from 12:30–5:30pm at the Carrboro Yoga Company, 200 N. Greensboro Street in Carrboro. The fee will be $108.

To reserve your space, visit or call 919- 933-2921. Hargopal Kaur will also be doing private healing sessions on Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17. To reserve your private session, contact HarDarshan at 919-929-7278. See ad on this page.

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HarDarshan Khalsa, MA, LPC Are you finding these times challenging?

Would you like to feel more connected to the beauty and magic of life?

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� Personalized Yoga and Meditation

� Sand Tray Therapy � Flower Remedies � Aromatherapy

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