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Kundalini Yoga Technology
for the life you want today
“Each individual has the potential to be original” – Yogi Bhajan
All humans know that there is so much more to life than we generally experience.
People want freedom of expression, to be recognised, loved, appreciated – but what we experience is frustration, boredom, isolation and stress.
Life can become an existence, a series of obstacles and negotiations and our joy of being is reserved for those precious moments when we can somehow escape and pretend that its not happening.
The Sahej Academy has been created to provide a space where new values can be found.
If we could be happy and content, no matter what our circumstances are perceived to be, our world would be so different.
We offer a space where you can learn to find within yourself all the resources you need to live a happy, prosperous and fulfilled life.
We do not offer instant miracles! You have to do the work……
We offer varied tools and techniques from the physical to the philosophical presented with integrity and unconditional love.
Sahej means a state of ease, flow and grace. It is the understanding that all things serve the One, it is the synchronisation of the mind and the soul.
Universal Kindness is available for all to give and receive. When wisdom guides our consciousness we can truly enjoy the play of life.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
In the coming years there will be seven billion people living on the planet. The change in technology, psychology and sociology will be huge. The chaos of information in the computer age will make it difficult for people to cope with their day to day lives. The body, mind and spirit will have to be organised to meet these natural human phenomena.
“Every human, no matter what their religion, face a reality in the future where they will need a strong, healthy nervous system. They will need mental clarity and the back-up of spiritual strength to face this coming world.” Yogi Bhajan – Master of Kundalini Yoga.
What can Kundalini Yoga do for me?
Can you imagine a state of being in which you wake up happy every morning? Happy for no reason – just happy. Without winning the lottery, without going on holiday, just happy? Kundalini Yoga can do this for you. Not only that, you will find that you have more control over your life, be the person you want to be and live the life you want to live.
People come to Kundalini Yoga for many reasons, to explore themselves, to learn more about the yoga, to become teachers or simply to develop a spiritual practice. This is for everyone, no matter what you experience so far. It is a yoga for life in the 21st century, to build your strength and confidence, enabling you to enjoy life to the full and not feel defeated by change or circumstance. Yogi Bhajan taught above all that we should relate to our infinite selves, not our perceived limitations. The subtle use of Kundalini energy can make this change.
The human form is the most sophisticated piece of equipment on the planet and yet we have little instruction to show us how to get best out of it. Kundalini Yoga is a complete science which works through the body, mind and spirit to deliver us to the grace and greatness which is our birthright. Kundalini Yoga impacts all aspects of our physical, mental and spiritual being. It promotes a general sense of relaxation and well-being by balancing the glandular system. Strengthening the nervous system, promoting the better functioning of our bodily systems, promoting emotional balance and enhanced intuition, allowing us to harness the energy of the mind and the emotions so we can be in control of ourselves rather than being controlled by our thoughts and feelings. It also helps to eliminate negative habits increasing our radiance and the impact we have on others.
What happens in a Kundalini Yoga class?
We begin by “tuning in” with a short mantra then we start some warm up exercises and follow this with a Kriya – a Yoga set of exercises for a specific purpose. This includes stretching postures, movement exercises, breathing exercises and chanting mantras. Mantras may seem strange at first but they are Yoga for the mind, they set up sound vibrations in the body and change mental states. Finally we finish with relaxation and/or meditation.
The information presented is intended for general knowledge and not as medical advice.
You may like to bring a mat or something to work on and also a blanket to keep warm during relaxation or meditation. Wear loose comfortable clothing, bring water to drink and avoid eating a meal for about 2 hours before the class – plan to eat your main meal either after the class or earlier in the day. Light, energy giving snacks before class are perfectly fine.
What is Sadhana?
Sadhana means a practice of self-discipline that allows one to express the Infinite within one’s self. It is a conscious activity. We consciously choose to wake up early in the ambrosial hours before dawn in order to exercise the body and to meditate.
Each day is different, each day we are different, but through all the variations of mind and heart we consciously choose to maintain a constant and regular practice.
Our Sadhana generally begins at 05.00. We read a sacred text and then continue with a Kundalini Yoga Kriya and relaxation. We follow this with 62 minutes of chanted meditation. The whole practice is 2½ hours and during this time we give 10% of our day to ourselves, to God, to Infinity within us. This creates clarity and intuitive awareness.
Sadhana is the greatest gift you can give to yourself. If you want spiritual growth and maturity, if you want calmness, steadiness and certainty, do Sadhana. Sometimes its easy and sometimes its hard and sometimes it seems impossible but it is simple and effective and will bring about a deeper connection to your soul and the change of perspective you long for.
“The highest Sadhana is that your presence should remind people of God. What bigger and more powerful miracle than that can there be, that by your very presence you can invoke divinity in people?” Yogi Bhajan
What is White Tantric Yoga?
The practice of White Tantric Yoga is a special form of meditation practiced under the guidance of the Mahan Tantric. Yogi Bhajan became Mahan Tantric in 1971 and he has continued to make his energy available to us through his subtle body.
There is a one day workshop in London each year and in 2020 it will be January 25th, the day is generally 08.30 until 19.00 but times vary. You can register for this event through the website www.whitetantricyoga.co.uk
There are also many opportunities throughout the year to experience White Tantric Yoga, there is a worldwide schedule available at www.whitetantricyoga.com.
The workshop involves sitting in lines opposite a partner (someone you know or a complete stranger) and following the instructions given by Yogi Bhajan via a video prepared in previous years. The space is held by a Facilitator who is trained to direct the proceedings for the day.
Meditations can be 11, 22, 31 or 62 minutes long and full instructions are given. It can be silent, chanted or with breathing exercises (Pranayama) and there are mudras to hold. It can be challenging but it is always a wonderful experience.
You will need white clothing of natural fibres and a white head cover which must fully cover the crown of your head and stay in place during the meditations. You can take your matt or sheepskin to sit on, a cushion for your comfort and a shawl.
White Tantric Yoga experience is an essential part of Level 1 Aquarian Teacher Training but your course teacher cannot provide this, it is only available as explained above so go to the websites to decide which date and venue is the best option for you!