Yoga of all kinds aims to integrate the mind body and spirit.
Kundalini Yoga is a yoga of awareness. It works with dormant energy held in the body to open our Chakras and release blockages, so that we experience a sense of peace, love and oneness.
Kundalini is an ancient form of yoga which for thousands of years was kept exclusive to rulers and sages in India. Many of its teachings are designed to prepare us for the enlightened Aquarian Age which started in 2012. In the 1960’s Yogi Bhajan, defying convention, brought Kundalini Yoga over to California and started creating teachers.
I began yoga in 1998 but it was in 2008 that a friend took me to a workshop led by visiting Guru, Gurmukh. She spent many years with Yogi Bhajan who gave her the name Gurmukh, which means – ‘One who helps thousands cross the world oceans’. I loved the music, movement and childlike freedom that I found that day and soon I decided I would love to become a Kundalini Yoga teacher.
Kundalini incorporates meditation and mantra. The vibrational energy of mantra connects with us at a deep level, allowing us to reset our natural rhythms. In meditation we are able to release clutter, and we can connect again with the healthy blueprint that is our natural state.
Being Centred is being 'present in the moment.'
When we are grounded and centred we start to be in rythm with our life and it flows easier, synchronicity starts to occur. We are focused, calmer, harmonious and find situations within or life easier to deal with.