by Hari Kaur Khalsa: The sensory human is a person who has the capacity to use intuition and sensitivity amidst the chaos
By Hari Kaur Khalsa: The sensory human is a person who has the capacity to use intuition and sensitivity amidst the chaos—
The bandhas, or body locks, direct the prana and apana, the generative and eliminating energies, during the practice of Kundalini Yoga.
Many meditations and kriyas in Kundalini Yoga specify an exact point of focus for the eyes.
by Guru Prem Singh Khalsa: The yogic journey begins with bowing, not only physically, but with devotion and humility. Forward bending is essentially the most basic of movements.
In the practice of Kundalini Yoga, postures, also known as asanas, combine with breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, and body locks to affect body, mind, and soul.
by Guru Tera Kaur: Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan is the Yoga of Awareness…
by Sewa Singh Khalsa: Lately, I have noticed that many people, independent of their age, are feeling a deep calling to fulfill a more meaningful destiny…
by Snatam Kaur: I grew up with the Aquarian Sadhana, an early morning practice that includes doing Japji, yoga and chanting…
Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?