-Experience of Bliss.
-Detachment from the mundane and material world.
-Experience of Oneness and Divine Consciousness.
-Connection and guidance from within.
-Access to the energy of beyond.
-Do not overdo this meditation. If you start to feel too spaced out or really out of touch with reality, back off this meditation and spend some time in nature.
-Do not hold the eye position for longer than it is comfortable. If the eyes tire, just release them and reapply the position when ready.
Sit in any cross legged posture. You can also do this meditation sitting on a chair.
Interlace your hands is shown in the illustrations above and place them above your head. Elbows should out to the sides.
Turn your eyes upwards such that you are trying to see the ceiling or sky right through the top of your head. You will close your eyes finally for this meditation, while looking up. The illustration is just to show how the eyes are turned up.
Hold this hand and eye position and close your eyes.
Do long deep slow breathing and feel every inhalation saturating the top of the head with energy and light. So to summarize. Your eyes are closed, but you are looking upwards with your eyeballs as if trying to see through the top of your head. You are doing long slow breathing for the duration of this meditation, and as you inhale, feel the top of the head being saturated with light and energy. Remember if the eyes tire, release them and re-establish the eyes looking upwards when you are ready again, but continue with the breathing and visualization.
To end, rub your palms together vigorously and gently place them over your eyes, allowing the warmth to sooth and comfort them.
Beginners can start with doing 1 minute, and build up from there to up to 11 minutes. That is the time for the entire meditation.