A Meditation for Irrationality

In this video I share a Kundalini meditation for irrationality. This practice is part of a series of “backpack meditations” that you can use anywhere at any time. I’ve been practicing this meditation for the past forty days and I can testify to the great benefits. I feel more calm, centered and even-keeled. Bring this meditation into your daily sadhana and you will feel much more chilled out! For further support the directions are written below.

How to do Backpack meditation #3:

Sit: in easy pose (cross-legged on the floor)

Mudra: Left hand near left ear, thumb touching ring finger.Right hand in lap, thumb touching little finger. (Men reverse hands)

Breath: Long deep breath for 11 minutes.

Close the meditation: Once youíve finished your 11 minute meditation then raise your hands over your head and shake them for 3 minutes. I suggest shaking them to the Florence + the Machine song, Shake it Out.

Here I am shaking it out at my LA workshop!


Rosemary H.
Rosemary H4 years ago

There's nothing easy about sitting cross-legged, unless you've practised consistently from childhood! I'm wriggling with discomfort after 11 seconds!

Otherwise, yes, deep steady breathing does help with angry thoughts, but it hadn't occurred to me to call it meditation.

Lene Jacinta Martinussen
Colleen Stockard4 years ago

I find it very difficult to hold my hands and fingers like that, but okay, I'll keep trying :P

Cheryl Mallon-Bond

Thanks, we all have moments we.need to.pull back from, & when we are over-stressed, the "ugly" can rear its' head!

Elena T.
Elena P4 years ago

Thank you :)

Natasha Salgado
Past Member 4 years ago


tin leng lim
tin leng lim4 years ago

Thank you.

Nimue Pendragon

cheers Gabby

Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Stop and think before doing

heather g.
heather g4 years ago

Meditation ?

Cassandra Fountain

Thanks! Interesting.