Five years ago, I established a daily Kundalini Yoga practice and planted the seed of Sat Nam – truth – breathing in Sat and exhaling Nam. I tenderly cared for it and watered it with purifying tears.
As I become older, I feel more and more that I am not changing but coming back to how I really was when I was a child. I don’t mean that I am becoming a child. I mean I am coming back to the connection that I had with myself as a child—coming back to my own essence, my own being.
When I was younger, I used to look to the outside for the feeling of fulfilment and love. Naively, I thought that I could only get this feeling of inner joy and happiness from the other person.
When I was starting my practice of Kundalini Yoga in 2007, the Mul Mantra was one of the first mantras I heard. My initial reaction to it was that I didn’t understand it. It puzzled me. What does this mantra mean?
Every person has inner guidance available to them and a choice to listen and live with its support. The inner voice is the voice from the soul. It is our guide and guardian.
I’ve become more and more convinced that Kundalini Yoga is the key to unlock the true power of the Enneagram. I’ve also become convinced that some habits, patterns, and issues can’t be resolved in your head—you have to physically get them out of your body.
Never before in our human history has the 3rd Sutra of the Aquarian Age been more in our awareness. We can all feel this pressure of time and space thrusting major change upon us.
Now is the time to cultivate the discipline, skills, and heart of a Warrior Saint. Why a Warrior Saint? This ancient archetype is one that exemplifies qualities that can help us to emerge from this time triumphant.