Kundalini Newsletter

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter July 2019: Are You Kundalini Curious?

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter July 2019: Are You Kundalini Curious?

Are You Kundalini Curious?   When my wife and I owned five yoga centers years ago, we offered all types of yoga. Of course Kundalini Yoga was our “favorite” and our personal practice, and we needed to come up with some answers for the students who came to our centers...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter June 2019: What’s the Angle?

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter June 2019: What’s the Angle?

Kundalini Yoga: What’s the Angle? When I first began teaching Kundalini Yoga 45 years ago, I remember the teacher in my ashram told me, “Kundalini Yoga is the science of angles and triangles.” That sounded wise and mysterious. I liked science, being a one-time physics...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter May 2019: 40 Ways to Do 40 Days

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter May 2019: 40 Ways to Do 40 Days

40 Ways to Do 40 Days In almost every spiritual tradition, there is an understanding that a profound change in consciousness generally requires 40 days to accomplish. The story of Jesus Christ fasting in the wilderness for 40 days, the parable of the great flood for...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter February 2019: The Magic Mantra

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter February 2019: The Magic Mantra

The Magic Mantra   All mantras are magical. Indeed, some of the earliest uses of mantras were to control the elements, appease the planets, or to awaken latent powers. But there is a mantra in Kundalini Yoga that is sometimes called the “Magic Mantra” because it...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter – November 2018: Ignite Your Fire

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter – November 2018: Ignite Your Fire

Ignite Your Fire As the seasons change with an occasional frosty morn, our attention turns to the warm and cozy.  Warm foods, heated yoga classes, and fireplaces become attractive as we bring more fire into our lives with the approaching winter months. Fire is an...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter October 2018: Stay in Bed – Do Yoga

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter October 2018: Stay in Bed – Do Yoga

Stay in Bed - Do Yoga Having trouble getting up for your morning practice? Just want to climb into bed instead of doing that evening meditation? My advice: do it in bed. In Kundalini Yoga, there is a short three-part morning exercise that we teach all of our teacher...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter July 2018: Kundalini Summer Time Cleanse

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter July 2018: Kundalini Summer Time Cleanse

Kundalini Summer Time Cleanse Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga, possessed the royal teaching majesty of a Leo and the healthy diet consciousness of a Virgo. And in those roles, he often gave his yoga students special diets to follow to support them in their...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter June 2018: Kundalini Journey Coming Home

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter June 2018: Kundalini Journey Coming Home

Kundalini Journey Coming Home Every spiritual path requires the soul to make the journey from individual consciousness to universal consciousness, to realize the infinite in the finite and to experience the atman (individual soul) in the Mahatma (the Great Soul). Yoga...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter April 2018:

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter April 2018:

Finding Your Meditation Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan has been estimated to consist of over 3,500 meditations and kriyas, more than any human being could likely experience in a lifetime of practice. So which one should you choose for your own practice and...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter December 2017: A Kundalini Solstice

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter December 2017: A Kundalini Solstice

A Kundalini Solstice Yogi Bhajan often taught special meditations for the Summer and Winter Solstices. He said that these were special days for the human psyche to re-set itself for the seasonal changes. While Winter Solstice is usually December 21st in most parts of...

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter November 2017: Show Me Some Skin

Kundalini Yoga Newsletter November 2017: Show Me Some Skin

Give Me Some Skin One of the many distinguishing (unusual!) aspects of Kundalini Yoga is the presence of sheepskins used to practice and meditate upon. While other yoga students are busy buying petroleum based yoga mats and bags, Kundalini students are investigating...

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