It’s not always easy to let go. It takes time. It takes courage and most times it takes getting a lot of help and support. I know for me personally I had no idea the process of letting go was going to look this way. I didn’t know the complexities of the mind, body and soul could be so intricate and delicate. I didn’t know this journey could be as fascinating as it is frustrating.
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In the third of this 4 part vlog series, Sukhdev and Akah discuss birthing your own unique gift into the world. They speak of the frontal lobe and the pineal gland and activating those areas with specific drishtis, sound current, and navel pumps to become aligned with your soul and with the divine.
My experience at the first Spirit Fest (now called Sat Nam Fest) in West Virginia in 2010 changed my life. I do not use those words lightly, but it is just so true. During that weekend of yoga, music, mantras and dancing, the real me broke through. Finally! Wahe Guru!
I was challenged this year at Sat Nam Fest East. Yes, Kundalini Yoga is always challenging. But this year at Sat Nam Fest was different for me.
Plants have the ability to expand our awareness. When we share our life consciously with our habitat, many stories are born to guide us. I’ve found that kundalini yoga has helped with my ability to connect soul to soul with plants.
The week is off to a rushed and somewhat frenetic start. The Moon is in Aries now, telling everyone to go, go, go! Meanwhile, emotionally we are coming off the heals of last weekend’s Full Moon, so there is likely to be a bit of residual emotion lingering in the air.
Often the gem-like facets of our Oneness get divided into neat categories based on numeric calculations and marketplace economics. Perhaps those old, divisive perceptions of prosperity could benefit from an ecstatic dance retreat!
In the third of this 4 part vlog series, Sukhdev and Akah teach us to relax, and trust in the universe to provide for us. They guide us through a segmented breath that allows us to be calm, and to let go.
When I first began my Kundalini yoga practice the Ten Bodies mystified me. I recall thinking that the idea was pretty far out! But the more I practiced the more the Ten Body idea seemed to resonate.
Snatam Kaur has created a series of short videos relating to her newest release, Meditation Of The Soul: Jap Ji Daily Practice and Learning Tool. In her video, “Honoring the Sacred Nitnem with Snatam Kaur,” she explains the importance of The Siri Guru Granth Sahib in Sikh tradition.