Tuesday, January 17, 2017


"Feel and understand that life is nothing but a gift of God. The moment that you feel life is a gift, you will be happy." Yogi Bhajan

     A cornerstone of enlightened living is understanding that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, not the other way around. This is a huge fundamental shift in perspective because once you accept that you are already a spiritual being, the striving for perfection or improvement becomes totally unnecessary because you're already there - you are a perfect, divine, bucket load of awesomeness just waiting to be expressed. Rather than trying to be Divine, just surrender to the idea that you already are. It is a very liberating experience, to say the least. Living in this way is living life with Sacred Outlook. Every experience, every person, every aspect of life is acknowledged as sacred, worthy of respect, acceptance and gratefulness - even the really tough and shitty parts. Actually, especially those parts because those are the times when we can really flex our commitment to Truth, and live in the light of our souls. As Yogi Bhajan said "Fear, pain and hurt only come to you when you are not dealing with life in the light of your soul." The challenge is to rise up, to live life gracefully, especially in the most ungraceful of situations. That is your true strength.

     Here is a link to a powerful Kundalini Yoga Meditation that will help you to Experience the Gift of Life. Begin with 3 minutes and slowly increase the time to 31 minutes.

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Thursday, January 5, 2017


     An essential aspect of a Kundalini Yoga practice is Sadhana - which is a daily spiritual practice. The sacred science of Kundalini Yoga offers us all a rare opportunity to relate to the Infinity within us - our soul, God, divinity - our true selves. Once this awareness of our true selves is developed we discover the strength in our uniqueness and have the confidence and desire to develop the special gifts we were born with. Sadhana is the time to align ourselves with the Universal Life Force behind all that is. When we are alignment with this divine force we are radiant, grateful, happy, and carefree. What an amazing way to start your day!
     Yogi Bhajan taught that the best time to do Sadhana is very early in the morning during the Amrit Vela or "ambrosial hours" - which is sometime in the 2-21/2 hours before sunrise (between 4 and 7 am). During this time, the angle of the sun's rays shining on the earth, as well as the deep peace and quiet, makes practicing Kundalini Yoga and Meditation up to 40 times more powerful than any other time of day. I will say this though - doing a Sadhana any time of day is important. Don't think that you can't practice if you don't get up this early - any time of day is good, but the amrit vela is supreme! After years of just flirting with getting up for Sadhana in the amrit vela, I can now say that my whole life has changed with a fairly regular practice. Try it and see how it feels, you won't be sorry.

Here are the steps to a potent Sadhana:
1. Wake up between 4 and 5 am.
2. Dring some water.
3. Use a dry brush to exfoliate the skin.
4. Rub almond or coconut oil all over your body.
5. Take a cold shower for at least 3 minutes. Keep moving the whole time, massaging your arms, back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and face. (Avoid taking a cold shower during menstruation.)
6. Dress in white clothing made of natural fibres, cover your head and sit in a clean and peaceful place.
7. Tune in with three repetitions of the Adi Mantra "Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo" (I bow to Divine Wisdome, I bow to Infinite Creative Consciousness)
8. Do a Kundalini Kriya for 25-45 minutes. You might want to do some simple warm ups before you begin. End with a deep relaxation on your back.
9. Do the Aquarain Sadhana Mantra Meditations for 62 minutes.

Adi Shakti Mantra (Long Ek Ong Kar) 7 minutes 
Mul Mantra 7 minutes
Sat Siri Akaal 7 minutes
Wahe Guru Jio 22 minutes 

10. Contemplative moments/prayer.
11. End with the Long Time Sun song.
12. Have an AMAZING day!

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