Please give it a try and let me know how it is working for you.
Here is an except from my newsletter:
"I love meditation, but the truth is I never do it much. I am an outdoor kind of girl, so my walk and swims are my meditation. That being said I have changed my ways. I love doing Kirtan Kriya every morning. I don’t know how to convey the magnitude of the results, which appear to be nothing short of magic, that this daily practice has had on my life. The above Kirtan Kriya by Nirinjan Kaur is my favorite You Tube recording to do the Kirtan Kriya with. Nirinjan's voice is soothing and powerful.
As you may have read in my Full Moon Celebration Newsletter on Oct. 15, 2016, I spoke about the benefits of doing this Kryia on a daily basis, but I had not experienced the longer term effects of it yet. I feel like it is one of those things that has significantly empowered my life greatly. At a time I most needed it, I began a daily habit of starting my days with the 12 minute meditation chant. I am currently into about day 20 of the practice and look forward to practicing this Kriya forever!! My mental focus is so enhanced it is hard to believe. If you are craving better mental focus and happiness, please give this Kriya a try. The short version is only 12 minutes long.
Here is what this Kriya has been clinically proven to do: Reverses memory loss, increases energy levels, improves sleep quality, down regulates inflammatory genes, reduces stress, improves psychological and spiritual well being, activates significant anatomical areas of the brain, increases telomerase (the rejuvenating enzyme that slows cell aging) by 43%, the largest increase ever recorded."
Go here to get full instructions on how to do it: www.alzheimersprevention.org/research/12-minute-memory-exercise
Then go to YouTube and chant with Nirinjan and enjoy. How about creating a 30 day challenge. Also, please feel free to contact me if you want to discuss the purpose for this Kriya and perhaps some others Kriya's if you are dealing with memory loss, focus, depression, or dis-empowerment. 808-250-1535. Or write: Susan@ChefTeton.com