1. Sit in easy pose. The right arm is stretched forward with the palm facing down. Pat the air, going up about thirty degrees and back down to be parallel with the ground. Move from the shoulder and pat at a speed of thirty times per minute. Create a steady rhythm. The left elbow is bent with the left upper arm near the ribs. The palm faces forward and the fingers point straight up. Close your eyes. Inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth. Breathe slowly, heavily ad deeply. 6 minutes.
Humans who are regularly done this exercise have become angels in their own right. This exercise will cause some pain as it re-aligns the patterns of the body. You are hurting yourself so that ill health does not hurt you.
2. Change hands and repeat exercise #1 for 3 minutes.
3. Relax and roll your shoulders. Loosen up. 2 minutes.
4. Bend both elbows keeping the upper arm close to the ribs. The wrists are bent and the palms face upward. The hands point away from the body at a diagonal. The eyes focus on the tip of the nose. Inhale through your nose and exhale through the mouth as fast and powerfully as you can. Hold your body in perfect balance. There will be tremendous pressure on the chest. 5½ minutes.
This exercise can get rid of chronic illnesses, which you have developed over the years.
5. Rhythmically hit the ground in front of you with your hands. (When practiced in a class, everyone should hit the floor with one rhythm.) Chant “Har” using only the tip of your tongue. Use the power of the navel point to chant and time the chant in rhythm with the clapping of the ground. 6 ½ minutes.
Baboons instinctively know the secret of this motion and do it often to build inner strength.
To finish: inhale, hold the breath 15-20 seconds, tense all your muscles and press the hands against the ground with the entire weight of the body. Exhale explosively through the mouth. Repeat this breath sequence two more times.
6. Take 2 minutes to recover from the powerful effects of this kriya. Do not meditate or be silent at this time. Stretch, walk around and talk before resuming your normal activities.