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.
If you’ve ever tried meditation but felt like it didn’t “work” for you, don’t give up! Chances are the problem isn’t you – it’s the meditation style you’ve chosen.
If you start doing Kundalini Yoga, on your own or in a class or community space, sooner or later — probably sooner — you are going to encounter these 10 core practices of Kundalini Yoga.
People often come to me asking how to establish and maintain a daily practice. And when I really listen to their questions, I’m surprised at how many misunderstandings there are about how to keep up with your practice.
We are each a part of the same family of humankind, and each step we take toward personal inner peace and conscious action is a step forward for the peace and conscious action of all.
Kundalini Yoga is known as the Yoga of Awareness. It is the householder’s yoga—for people who are active in the world.
I often say to students that you cannot stay the same when you practice Kundalini Yoga. The very nature of what we do is to awaken the energy of consciousness, to practice in a way that sheds light on our self-imposed limitations.