This awareness practice combined with the Ego Eradicator Kundalini breath practice, calls you to discipline yourself to maintain an awareness of your awareness. A huge piece of this work is to become more aware than our habits of awareness.
Come to a strong seated position with your eyes open and feet firmly rooted to the ground. Start by deepening your awareness of how much integrity and strength you have in your body. Become aware of everything you are aware of - the sensations of your body, John's voice, the room you're in, etc. Relax your desire to fidget. Notice if that deepens the moment for you.
Without losing any of this awareness, lift your arms in the Ego Eradicator practice position - arms lifted at 60 degrees parallel to your ears, fingers to the pads of your hands, thumbs out - and begin strongly exhaling through the nose with the navel pulling toward the spine and allow the inhale to flow in naturally through the nose.
Be aware of the sensations of your body as you do this breath practice and then become aware of your awareness - feel the space where it all happens. Discipline yourself to maintain an awareness of your awareness of the entire space. Then after completing the breath practice, become aware of what is different in your body. Feel how your awareness is connected to others' awareness, like drops in a huge ocean of consciousness.
Note: When John gives the instruction to feel into the 'other men on the call,' you can do this by feeling into others in your house, or feeling into your loved ones from wherever you are, even if they are not physically near you.
Disclaimer: Although anyone may find this practice to be useful, it is made available with the understanding that we are not engaged in presenting specific medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual advice. Nor is anything in this practice intended to be a diagnosis, prescription, recommendation or cure for any specific kind of medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual problem. Each individual has unique needs and this practice cannot take these individual differences into account. Each person should engage in a program of treatment, prevention, cure, or general health only in consultation with a licensed, qualified physician, therapist or other competent professional. Any person suffering from a sexually transmitted disease or any local illness of his or her sexual organs should consult a medical doctor and a qualified instructor of sexual yoga before practicing the sexual methods described in this practice.