Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The Name of God Written In Our Hearts

The Name Written in Our Hearts

I say unto you, I would that ye should remember to retain the name written always in your hearts, that ye are not found on the left hand of God.—Mosiah 5:12

Some people wonder what is the value of consecutive meditation days. One Kundalini Yoga teacher, Guru Singh, explained that it is not actually about days but about heart beats.[1] Each blood cell in the body has iron in it, which is the reason blood is red.[2] Iron is a substance that can be written on electromagnetically—that is how the old technology of cassette tapes worked.
Blood cells are made within the bone marrow, primarily in the flat bones of the skull, sternum, and pelvis.[3] With each beat of the heart, an electromagnetic signal is produced, the strongest signal in the body and measurable from outside the body.[4] A message is recorded on the million or so new blood cells that have been produced: your attitude, who you are mentally and physically, who you think you are. A million different messages are imprinted onto the blood cells via the iron from which the cells are primarily composed.[5]
Guru Singh asserts that the lengths of Kundalini Meditations are not picked randomly. The length of each is related to the approximate frequency of the heartbeat and, therefore, how many heartbeats will occur during the meditation. The number of heartbeats relates to how many blood cells will be affected by the vibrations and imprinted by the message during the meditation. The reason forty consecutive days of meditation is important is that blood cells live for around 120 days. If you are repeating the same meditation every day, forty days is about the point at which the new population of blood cells, written with your new message, can begin to overpower the old message. The new cells will hold a new attitude and consciousness. Of course, if you keep going to 120 days, you’ll see even more results, but the full power and value of Kundalini Yoga meditation is best seen after a trial of forty consecutive days.

Red blood cells. They sort of look like candy.

[1]Guru Singh, “40-Day Sadhana,” YouTube video posted October 14, 2008,
[2] University of Cambridge, “Why Is Blood Red?” September 30, 2006,
[3] Puget Sound Blood Center, “Introduction to Hematology,” accessed March 24, 2014.
[4] Esoteric Metaphysical and Spiritual Database, “The Heart Has Its Own ‘Brain’ and Consciousness,” August 20, 2012,
[5] Puget Sound Blood Center, “Introduction to Hematology,” accessed March 24, 2014.

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