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Laughter Meditation

Laughter meditation consists of two steps. First laugh and second come to inner peace. It is helpful to use laughing as a mantra. Laugh in different parts of your body and thus awake the chakras and the kundalini energy. Then the happiness awakes in your inside und you become positive. You see the jokes in the world. Laughter arises in you naturally. You will become a laughing buddha. You will set alight your fellowmen with happiness and good humor.

 1. Head = We think the mantra “Hee, Hee, Hee” mentally. We concentrate on the brain at the same time and so dissolve the tension in the head.

 2. Chest = We mentally repeat the mantra “Ha, ha, ha” in the chest. We lay the hands onto the heart chakra.

 3. Belly = We think “Ho, ho, ho” in the belly and lay the hands on the belly.

 4. Earth = We think “Hoo, Hoo, Hoo” into the earth. We lay our hands on the legs and move the feet at the same time.

 5. Cosmos = We make big circles with our arms in the air and think the mantra “Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha”. We visualize the cosmos around us. We mentally repeat the mantra until we are one with the cosmos.

6. Send light = We move a hand in a blessing and send light to all beings. We think: “I send light to … (all beings). May all beings be happy. May there be a happy world.”

7. Thought stop = We hum the mantra “Om” in the body. We stop all of the thoughts. We come to a state of calm.

8. Positive saying = We start the day with positive resolution and start the day in a good mood. Proceed with optimism.


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