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We don’t cultivate a meditative experience. We practice to drop the habits that obscure natural meditation. ~Shambhavi Sarasvati

Let’s Meditate!

Check it out. Shambhavi offers four short guided meditation practices. She recommends meditating along with the guided instructions several times. Then try to practice without listening to the recordings.



Rather than being a watcher, become immersed in the subtle breath and discover that you are full of vital energy and primordial intelligence.  Length: approximately 11 mins


Breath Immersion and the Golden Egg meditation

Discover your vital energy, primordial  intelligence, and indestructible wisdom. Rather than being a watcher, become immersed in the subtle breath and then experience hiranyagarbha, the golden egg in the center of the heart space. Hiranyagarbha is an ancient living symbol of your eternal wisdom and value. Length: approximately 15 mins


tonglen meditation

Tonglen is a Tibetan word that means “giving and receiving.” The practice of Tonglen helps us to discover that generosity is nourishing and that being generous helps us to feel our wealth. Tonglen is also a powerful tool for getting over the fear of impermanence and for healing ourselves and others. Shambhavi leads a powerful, nondual version of Tonglen.  Length: approximately 18 mins


listening abiding meditation

At Jaya Kula, we learn meditation in three stages: Listening Abiding, Shamatha, and Sahaja or Natural Contemplation. Here is the Listening Abiding meditation guided by Shambhavi. Once you get the hang of it,  stop using the recording and allow yourself to immerse yourself in the changing texture of each day’s practice. Length: approximately 20 mins