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Kundalini Yoga holds the power to transform

We have been in the transition from the Piscean Age to the Aquarian Age for the last 50 years.  Aquarian Age is the age of wisdom, knowledge and information.  For the next 2000 Years we will be in the Aquarian Age.   During this age, the focus is no longer on our identity and existence, but on accepting oneself as a whole person who does not need to believe in something outside of oneself. Through knowledge, wisdom and experiences, we can raise the level of our consciousness and vibrations, therefore ending the suffering if we choose.

The earth’s vibrations are higher now than they have ever been, making this a time of great potential growth and expansion, but it is also a time of great potential pain and suffering. The more we understand what is happening, the more we can go through all of the changes without losing our balance and stability. 

We need to do the internal work to raise the level of consciousness and Kundalini Yoga is one of the practices that does that very effectively and scientifically.

Kundalini Yoga is considered to be the most comprehensive of yoga traditions, combining meditation, mantra, physical movement and breathing techniques.   Kundalini is the coiled up energy that sits dormant at the base of our spine.  The fundamental objective is to awaken that energy to full potential of human awareness in each individual, so it can rise up the spine and illuminate our being and allows us to merge with the divine.  Fusing individual and universal consciousness creates a divine union, called “Yoga.” This practice clears away any inner duality, create the power to deeply listen, cultivate inner stillness and prosper and deliver excellence in all that we do. For thousands of years, this sacred science and technology was veiled in secrecy, passed along verbally from master to chosen disciple.  That is no longer the case in the Aquarian Age as we all have access to this information and we can experience it.

We awaken the kundalini in order to be able to call upon the full potential of the nervous and glandular systems and to balance the subtle system of chakras and meridians within the body. “Kriya” is an orchestrated pattern of movements, sound, pranayam, mudras, concentration and meditation that automatically guide the energies of the body and the mind to a specific result or change of consciousness.  The result is steady, predictable sustainable personal growth and healing. In this tradition, meditation is not considered separate from asana or yoga; it is integral to the practice. The exercises in the kriya bring the body and mind to a state where deep meditation is easily achieved.

We are not immune to anger, pain, disappointment and other negative emotions. The problem isn’t with the emotions; it is in the inability to transform them.  .   Practices of Kundalini Yoga hold the key on how to transform our anxiety into creativity, our fear into love, emotionality into intelligence and our anger into passion and radiance.   Once we can experience that internally, we naturally and organically begin to attract that in our lives.

 

 

 

 

 

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