Tuesday, December 17, 2013
3:00pm – 5:15pm
Spiritual Maturity and the Self – Sunder Khalsa, (Med) Ether Tent
Beyond the play of the mind is Being itself. It is formless. Yet when we are present in this place, we can be aware of our mind observing itself and the entire flow of our emotions and thoughts. It is from this place of essence that you can transform. It is the place of clear intention and creativity. That is the gift of Kundalini, the aim of yoga and the definition of spiritual maturity.
Sunder has taught Kundalini Yoga and meditation for the past 30 years and is known for his gift in initiating authentic transformations. Born in Taiwan and raised in the US, he began his spiritual path when he was very young, studying Yoga and Taoism. He became one of Yogi Bhajan’s earliest students. He serves as the KRI Coordinator of Teacher Training Asia, is on the KRI Board of Directors and the Teacher Training Executive Council. He brought the first Yoga Festival to Asia, now an annual international event, and has served the emergence of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® in Thailand, China, Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia, and Sri Lanka. He received KRI Honours for his service to the emergence of the teachings of Kundalini Yoga. His given name is Tzu Ping, which in Chinese means compassionate peace.
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