Openhand Bow (guided meditation)

This is a guided audio meditation of the Openhand Bow, applied frequently on our courses, which has been developed from Kriya Yoga. It is designed to help you get deeply into inner tightness and density, to process it, unravel it, and let the soul infuse through for maximum transformation. It is deeply liberating and empowering. You can freely watch a visual demonstration of the bow in this Openhand Shift Video Diary here... "Transmutation".

  • Duration: 15 minutes for one bow, 30 minutes for three
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Yet another great tool from Open!  At the moment, other than entities/implants, i don't feel like i have great challenges or tightness so was wondering if this meditation can also be used on potential situations that may cause some apprehension like losing a job, challenges in relationships or living circumstances.

Just wondering,


Hi Anatoly - thanks for the feedback Slightly SmilingSlightly Smiling

The Openhand Bow is meant to be applied in the generality of ALL living experience - so yes, infusing soul through life's situations such as tightness experienced in relationships and jobs etc. I find it opens up all manner of possibility!

With love

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Hi Open - I absolutely loved the Openhand bow. Thanks so much for sharing. Reminds of when i first learned pranayama breathing, i was surprised that a simple breathing could install so much expansiveness. I have also been doing breakthrough breathing consistently for a period of time now, so it helped greatly. 

Gratitude Heart


Hello Open,

after watching the demonstration of the bow in the Transmutation video, I stumbled upon this question:
how much efficient is stretching our body to dissipate distortion?

We all know stretching relaxes our body and is extremely beneficial to our health, but I have a feeling that it bypasses the process a bit... For example, I tend to feel tightness in the legs when I face a non-realized aspect. It kinda starts on the feet and spreads towards the sacrum. Then, I usually stretch my legs and the tensions easily dissipate.

Am I really unwinding those distortions so they won't show up again?
Maybe it's better to just sit with them, handle the discomfort and let the breathe do the work... what do you think?

Thank you,


sorry, I don't want to be annoying, but the answer to the question above is very important to me at the moment... I'm afraid I am wasting those precious opportunities of soul integration.

I know Open might be busy in the Openhand retreats, so if anyone knows the answer I'll be much appreciated.

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Hi Eduardo,

I missed your earlier post while travelling - apologies - it is a good question.

Let me ask, have you done the Bow? And when you do, do you feel it as stretching? Because really, as I explained more in the audio, you're actually bending into the tightness so as to maximise the feeling of it. That way it is intended to increase the focus on the distortion so you can get the sense of unwinding consciousness through any internal resistance.

It's kind of like pranic breathing - the breath becomes the carrier for consciousness, even though it is not the consciousness (of the soul).

Likewise, the Bow can amplify inner tightness, even though it might not touch the tightness directly itself. So it's role is to amplify the sense of the tightness - so it brings it more into focus.

Does this help?

Open Praying Emoji

In reply to by Open

Hi Open,

now I see that the Bow isn't exactly a stretching, so that's why my question sounded a bit out of context Grinmacing

Anyway, I was referring to normal stretching, outside any form of meditation. I asked if the tension release that comes after stretching the body (e.g. legs, back, ribcage) is a way of unwinding consciousness. Because you know, after stretching I get that feeling of relaxation and presence in these tensed parts, just like in meditation!

Thanks again