I sat, all dressed in white, on a straw mat.
White is the most appropriate colour in Kundalini yoga, as it is thought to expand the aura by 18 inches; to protect from negative projections; to deflect negativity; and to help uplifting moods. From the white colour one can absorb the frequencies one needs regardless of who one is, because all the frequencies are in it.
I sucked droplets of natural water from a jug into a cup with a Pasteur pipette.
The person who desired water sat with me and waited however long they had the patience to: the longer they stayed, the more water they were able to receive.
I did the sucking and dropping of water in harmony with my breathing (inhaling=sucking; exhaling=dropping).
If nobody sat with me, I sat still.
The double action of sucking/dropping was secondary to the breathing.
The main action was breathing and the performance was meant to help the sitter bring awareness to it.
Whatever action or purpose we have in life, we are sustained by our breath, which we often take for granted: the slower the breath, the calmer our mind, the higher the possibility for consciousness and getting in touch with our true selves.
Conventional time passes with each breath, but the present reveals our true immortal nature.
Kala is a Sanskrit word for time. It appears in the Bhagavad-Gita [11.32], where Lord Krishna says “He is time.”