We all exist within an energy field that is created by our collective emotions, feeling, thoughts and energy. It is this collective field that shapes the physical world and subconsciously influences all who exist within in it. The majority seldom consider it or even know that it is there and yet it influences us in significant ways. In these times of global crisis and upheaval the collective field becomes agitated as feelings of worry, anxiety, and fear are triggered by external events. These feelings flood the field and ultimate pervade our subconscious influencing and affecting our individual state of being.
It is important that in this week particularly you are very mindful of your energetic state while allowing the energy of this time to flow through you without resistance or effort. Make sure to consistently reinforce and strengthen your energetic boundaries. Focus on staying grounded and present in the moment. If you are feeling spaced out or overwhelmed, make sure to center your attention on your body and your breath. Self-care and energy maintenance are important now.
Love, Kelly ❤
Surfing is Fun, Fun, Fun. The enjoyable atmosphere that includes the sunshine, the beach, and warm water adds to the fun. Although learning to surf can be challenging because it takes practice to hone the skill of surfing, those frustrating moments are overshadowed by all of the fun moments you’ll experience.
love, kelly ❤
Find Happiness within. Yoga has taught me that every body is meant to be loved and respected as it is now. You are already worthy of love. You are enough. We’re all enough. Your perspective shifts as you spend more time tapping into love and happiness within yourself. Following sequence in yoga is all about fostering self-love because asana opens the heart, increases blood flow to the brain, and invites you to tap into your core strength, increasing confidence, silencing negative thoughts, and alleviating stress.
Rose Petal Beauty Bath is known for its health and beauty benefits.
Self-love. It can be a hard thing to pull off, and also the greatest gift we can give ourselves. By loving ourselves openly, honestly, and completely, we can heal the wounds of the heart and feel truly beautiful. It helps, asking the universe for support. Getting to a quiet space and consciously changing thoughts. I realize more and more that we are the products of our own thought patterns. When you change the conversation everything within you shifts and in this intimate space you can truly embody the goddess within and create a loving life!
Kundalini Yoga and Meditation gives us technologies to feel beautiful from the inside out. The mantras and meditations tap us into a place of unconditional love and connection with the divine.
A beautiful simple mantra that is in the language of English is:
I am Bountiful, I am Blissful, I am Beautiful
Give it a try and see how you feel. Three minutes a day for 40 days you will see a huge shift in your vibration and in life.
Sat Nam (truth is my identity)
Kelly Krishna Dunn
Healthy eating affirmations significantly assist in the recovery process and support the idea that affirmations actually reprogram your thought patterns, changing the way you think and feel. With perseverance your subconscious is able to re-examine those previously destructive core beliefs, and replace them with a set of new, positive and logical beliefs. This is the key ingredient for healthy living which is essential for our well-being.
“Food is not the enemy. It is nurturing and healing”
In my own recovery from bulimia, when I first heard about affirmations as a powerful tool to aid in developing a positive mindset. I practiced them religiously on my most difficult days, and I continue to practice them to the day. If you are not familiar with affirmations, they are short statements that you can repeat to yourself, with the aim of changing your unconscious beliefs. This is an act of loving the self. Self-Care requires conscious effort daily while reinventing your relationship to yourself and food.
“I eat for energy and nourishment”
Forming a new relationship with food while choosing to recover you will find the strength to keep choosing recovery. And that is the hardest part about recovery continuing to choose it, even when it feels hopeless or uncomfortable.
“My body is my home, and I am taking good care of it”
“My worth comes from inside of me, and I am inherently worthy”
“I am enough, just the way that I am”
“My body deserves my love, it is safe to love myself!”
Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂
Historically this is a profound kriya. It is said to have been practiced by both Buddha and Yeshua. It is said that Yeshua (Jesus) also learned this in his travels.You have probably seen this hand mudra or gesture in paintings and statues. It is a gesture and exercise of happiness and it opens the flow of the Heart Center.
No worries about learning this kriya to be a Buddha or a Yeshua, just learn it to be yourself. Try the technique and experience the state it brings, then share it by creating beauty and peace.
Posture: Easy Pose
Mudra: Extend the Jupiter (index) and Saturn (middle) fingers up and curl the Sun (ring) and Mercury (little) fingers, pressing them down with the thumb. Bring the hands up so the elbows are pushed back and a 30 degree angle is made between the upper arm and the forearm. The palms face forward and the forearms are parallel to one another. Make sure the elbows are pressed back and the chest is out.
Eyes: Closed; concentrate at the Third Eye very powerfully.
Mantra: Panj Shabad. Saa Taa Naa Maa. Chant mentally at the Third Eye Point. Saa=Infinite, Taa=Life, existence, Naa=Death, Maa=Regeneration, light. These are the bij sounds of Sat Naam, which means, “I am Truth.”
To End: Inhale deeply, exhale, open and close the fists several times, and relax.
Smiling Buddha Kriya-Meditation is the suggested meditation and yogic technique shared this morning on our “Love Never Dies” podcast. When we feel that we truly and appropriately have experienced the totality of our grief and decide that it is time to look forward, Smiling Buddha Meditation may be considered as a technology to provide transformation.
Smiling Buddha Meditation is extremely effective in providing the means to elevate ourselves in a very specific way to maximize our luminescence as humans. It is a meditation for repairing and opening the heart center. When the heart is open you can only feel elevated and blissfully fulfilled.
Ajai Alai mantra is a powerful mantra that can build your Radiant Body, activate your higher chakras, bring you out of depression and anger, and dissolve challenges in front of you. Ajai Alai has been composed by Guru Gobind Singh – a warrior, poet, and philosopher. He sang songs of tremendous gratitude to the Divine and taught about self-worth and grace.
This particular mantra shifts your own vibration by bringing you into alignment with the qualities of the Divine.
Ajai Alai mantra meaning: In the language of Gurmukhi similar to Punjabi language (Northern India)
Ajai Alai- Invinsible. Indestructible
Abhai Abai – Fearless. Unchanging
Abhoo Ajoo – Unformed. Unborn
Anaas Akaas – Imperishable. Etheric
Aganj Abhanj – Unbreakable. Impenetrable
Alakkh Abhakkh – Unseen. Unaffected
Akaal Dy-aal – Undying. Merciful
Alaykh Abhaykh – Indescribable. Uncostumed
Anaam Akaam – Nameless. Desireless
Agaah Adhaah – Unfathomable. Incorruptible
Anaa-thay Pramaa-thay – Unmastered. Destroyer
Ajonee Amonee – Beyond birth. Beyond silence
Na Raagay Na Rangay – Beyond love. Beyond color
Na Roopay Na Raykhay – Beyond form. Beyond shape
Akarmang Abharmang – Beyond karma. Beyond doubt
Aganjay Alaykhay – Unconquerable. Indescribable
In Kundalini yoga, the mantra/meditation “Ajai Alai” is used to give you great strength to overcome any obstacle. It brings great sensitivity and gives you the power that whatever you say must happen. When you chant this mantra you have the power to surpass anything.
Practice it whenever you feel disconnected from the Source. It is supposed to lift you and re-align you with the Divine Vortex.
Kelly Krishna Dunn ✨🙏🏼