Putting mind well in the sushumna, taking up the staff, being firm, focusing in Kutastha, performing Omkar Kriya by circling around to/ from the Southern direction and putting fire in the heart - “bhiksha” [alms] - meaning what is shown - see that in that way with very focused mind.
Body, Kutastha, Brahman, Omkar Kriya - circumambulate one time, three times, and nine times. The wish-fulfilling tree - which can be seen in this body.
“Bowing to you from the east, from the west, from the north and the south---from all sides. This bowing is the form of the Omkar Kriya, which has to be done repeatedly to pierce the knot of the heart.”
“Seeing the Kootasth ([Kutastha] is also an act—the yogis worship it by practice---The Kriya of Omkar—sacrifice into yajna or by Kriya—stop the breath and push.”
“The sadhana done by some yogis is known as godly yajna. This is dependent on the Kechari sadhana (yogic mudra) but nothing from outside. Only the pran is sacrificed into the Brahm-light or flame. Taking the Pran-vayu (or breath) from the passage of the shushumna to the mooladhara is the personification of, or realization of Almighty in the being’s soul. This is known as “Omkar Kriya”, and is the Brahm-yajna. Ties are released ---by this. The “You” or second person of the “I” is sacrificed into the fire of “that” (third person) the form of Brahm spreading all over. As a result of this yajna, all that remains is the first person and the sadhaka becomes absorbed in Brahm. The way and technique of this sadhan has to be learnt from a spiritual Master or Guru.”