Jumpstart yourself every morning with this Kundalini Yoga Morning Wake-up Set
Yoga Reference: Yoga Sets
The following Yoga set comes from the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga. This set (kriya) can be done anytime of the day although it is best done in the early morning hours. Overall this kriya works on your digestive, respiratory, immune and nervous systems.
The Pranayam (breathing exercise) used for most of this set is the Breath of Fire, is ideal for beginning a Kundalini Yoga practice and done regularly can help form a very good grounding base from which to progress to more advanced work and suitable for doing prior to a meditation session.
Kundalini Yoga Morning Wake-up Set
What is sadhana?
When you seek to know about Kundalini Yoga, sadhana is a daily spiritual practice, a self disciple of the mind and body to serve the soul.
Aquarian Age’s motto is “I Know, Therefore I Believe.”
Clearing the Ghosts and Opening Intuition. Ghost Kriya brings Protection, and protection is essential when feeling like you are dealing with negative people, situations, or environments and you are not sure why you are being affected.
Yogi ji taught Mangala Charan mantra for protection.
The mantra is:
Aad Guray Nameh,
Jugaad Guray Nameh,
Sat Guray Nameh,
Siri Guroo Dayvay Nameh
This mantra can be recited whenever you need protection and can be practiced along with this meditation for protection: Projection & Protection from the Heart.
There is also the meditation, “Blue Light Cleansing Meditation” from Transitions to a Heart Centered World. This meditation is a great practice for those wanting to learn how to work with protective energy in meditation.
Work with maintaining this protective blue energy field around your body in negative situations.
Re-birthing is a process of uncovering the skeletons in your close, the goblins under your bed. These skeletons or ghosts that are unknown to you consciously can haunt your waking life. Unconscious emotions can power over you unless they are brought into consciousness. Clearing the Ghosts and Opening Intuition. Halloween is said to be the day in which the veil between dark and light is at its thinnest. Several spiritual traditions in the world believe that this is the time of the year in which speaking with the deceased is easiest.
The roots of Halloween are believed to Halloween’s roots are believed to come from the Celtic holiday called, “Samhain”. Samhain was celebrated with protective rituals and the year’s harvest. At these gathering feasts, the family would leave out food for deceased loved ones. Faces carved into vegetables to protect from lost spirits.
Samhain was considered to be the New Years in the Celtic calendar. It was the beginning of the “dark half” of the year. The dark half of the year is believed to be a time of rebirth through death. Death in the sense in letting go of that which doesn’t serve you. The dark half of the year is a time for going deep within and is especially powerful for exploring that which is unknown. This time right now is a very powerful time of year for meditation. It is a time to go inward and uncover the mysteries behind the darkness inside to bring it into the light.
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To inspire your own celebrating this season, sit for a spell and have some brew.
It is beginning to feel alot like Autumn! Holidays are right around the corner, ten days from today we will be witching you a Happy Halloween!
Caution! Skeleton Crossing
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Bhakti translates as love and devotion. This fabulous festival is four days of camping in the starry California desert, or spending your stay at Joshua Tree Retreat Center practicing meditation and yoga to live musicians, singing kirtan and dancing barefoot to the likes of MC Yogi and Donna Delory until late at night.
My whole heart is filled with so much happiness to be at Bhakti Fest.
For those who like to keep the yoga and mantra mix going, White Swan Records offers innumerable soundtracks for the yoga of life.
Coconut Bliss served delicious scoops of pure delight. Cool, creamy bites of salted caramel, ginger cookie, and hazelnut chocolate kept yogi and yogini faces more than relaxed, chilled and happy while vibing to the mystic afternoon beats of Girish. With an eclectic mix of rock, indian and reggae inspired rhythms, every artist set us off into a state of bhavtastic bliss!
Bhakti Fest as a whole was awesome. Part of what made it so powerful was that the entire sacred festival revolved around live music. It has been envisioned and talked about how Bhakti Fest is as a spiritual Woodstock, where thousands of people come together, chanting the names of God.
Krishna Das has said that in India, people understand that God is within. The Hindu images associated with God, deities like Krishna and Hanuman and Ganesha, are symbols of the divine that live in each one of us. Chanting the names of God from any tradition is sacred because each repetition is said to be a seed, and sooner or later, that seed grows.
The seeds of love were certainly sent out with rain showers and rainbows in the early morning sky. It was breathtaking to look at and a rainbow has such a powerful message to convey. Lovely to gather there with a cluster of new friends, sitting on lawn chairs and blankets, singing along with other music artists, everyone dancing and spinning. Fantastic evening concert and such a transforming event @ Joshua Tree Retreat Center.
We LOVE Bhakti Fest!!