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FAQ What is Kundalini?
Kundalini is the creative energy within. The whole cosmos of energy in the individual and beyond the individual. It is the energy of consciousness. Without the constant flow of energy you could not live. With a large flow your mind begins to awaken. You stop living in imaginary realities and you become to feel the real joy of this life. According to yogis Kundalini is coiled up like a snake at the base of the spine. When Kundalini is awakened through the practice of yoga, it rises. This is called the Kundalini Rising.
Who brought Kundalini Yoga to the West?
Kundalini Yoga was maintained as a secret oral tradition for thousands of years, but thanks to Yogi Bhajan, the first to bring Kundalini Yoga to the West (in 1969), we are so fortunate to work on ourselves, to connect to the Infinity, to experience the beauty of our Soul. Yogi Bhajan is a Master of Kundalini Yoga, a Mahan Tantric. He inspired thousands of people all over the world.
What is the most important in Kundalini Yoga?
In Kundalini Yoga the most important thing is your experience. It goes right to your heart. No words can replace that experience!
How Kundalini Yoga can help you?
There is nothing more powerful and faster then Kundalini Yoga to awaken your consciousness, to confront your ego and to drop your fears. There is nothing better to build the strength of the nervous system and character. There is nothing more effective to develop the happy state in the midst of challenge, and to be greateful each moment of life.
What is the difference between Kundalini Yoga and other schools of yoga?
The difference is only in matter of time and rate of progress. Kundalini Yoga is the most powerful of the twenty-two schools of yoga, all of which are beneficial. The ancient Yoga Sutras (writings) say that what you can achieve in 12 years of Hatha Yoga, plus 6 years of Raj Yoga, plus 3 years of Mantra Yoga, plus 1 year of Laya Yoga, can be accomplished in a single year of perfectly practiced Kundalini Yoga.
Can anyone practice Kundalini Yoga?
Yes, Kundalini Yoga can be practiced by anyone if it is done gradually and according to the instructions. Kundalini Yoga produces whole human beings, teachers, and yogis. A yogi is one who has a union with the supreme consciousness. To teach yoga you must have sufficient experience and practical knowledge of the technology. If you are a beginner in Kundalini Yoga look for a teacher that is trained by K.R.I.
Do I need to live in India, because I pracice Kundalini Yoga?
No, Kundalini Yoga is designed for the active person with responsibilities in school, work, family and in the world.
I am a beginner, what I need to know about my practice?
As a beginning student you should go at a pace that suits your flexibility and endurance. As you feel more comfortable with the exercises taught in class, begin to practice at home. If you can practice at the same time each day, you will find that you will improve rapidly. Try to take 2-3 kundalini yoga classes a week and at least one workshop a month to establish a firm foundation for an effective program that fits your needs, goals, capacity, and lifestyle.
What to bring to class?
Wear loose clothes, preferably white color from cotton or other natural fiber material. Bring a mat, water, a small pillow and a light blanket (at the meditation and relaxation at the end of the class the body cools down). The most important is to bring your HAPPY SPIRIT!
Why my teacher is wearing a white hat?
For protection. In Kundalini Yoga we move a huge amount of energy and the white hat protects her/him, helps her/him to hold the space for you, the student. The teacher wears white clothes because white is a combination of every color. All colors blending together turn into white. And once you start wearing white you start loving wearing white. It’s so pure in its serenity. White color also doesn’t absorb negative energy.
What is Pranayama?
101 Yogi Bhajan Quotes
“It’s not life that matters, it’s the courage you bring to it.”
“If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.”
“I do not believe in miracles, I rely on them.”
“To conquer the unknown you must trust.”
“Keep up and you will be kept up.”
“The pair of opposites do not effect a yogi — neither praise nor insult.”
“When you are far away from reality, your fantasy won’t work.”
“When God gives good times, He wants you to forget him and sleep. When God gives you bad times, He wants you to wake up and face him.”
“When you don’t go within, you go without.”
“Prayer without heart is a waste to time.”
“If your presence doesn’t work, neither will your word.”
“Life is a lie if you do not find the eternal truth.”
“What is the purpose of life? To elevate all, big or small.”
“Our purity lies in our originality. Our intuition lies in our innocence.”
“Where there is love there is no question.”
“What is the power of life? With all the ungraceful dirt, nonsense, you remain graceful.”
“You owe it to yourself to be yourself.”
“Your mind is your servant, your body is your vehicle and your soul is your residence.”
“There is nothing outside of us. It’s all in us.”
“Never curse yourself by limiting your students.”
“The art of happiness is to serve all, and all shall serve you.”