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Essentials of Kundalini Yoga | Aquarian Sadhana Yoga & Mantras

Essentials of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
Aquarian Sadhana Yoga & Mantras

Wednesdays | July 5th through August 30th | 7:30pm-8:45pm

Beginners are encouraged to attend, everyone is welcome!

Sadhana, an early morning practice of yoga, meditation and prayer, is a spiritual discipline for refining the consciousness, maintaining vitality and connecting to the sacred dimension of self and God. Sadhana gives us the clarity to see and enjoy our human experience and our connection to everything in creation – through spirit – no matter what path we have been placed on by the hands of grace.

The focus will be on experiencing the mantras and meditation of the Aquarian Sadhana. The first seven weeks we will practice the yoga set originally taught by Yogi Bhajan for morning sadhana in 1971 and a different meditation/mantra from The Aquarian Sadhana. During the final two weeks, we will explore special sadhanas given by Yogi Bhajan.

“One part of sadhana should stay constant long enough for you to master, or at least experience, the changes evoked by a single technique. Each kriya and mantra has its individual effects, although they all elevate you toward a cosmic consciousness. Learn to value the pricelessness of one kriya, and all others will be understood in a clearer light.” – The Aquarian Teacher

Suggested companion text – Kundalini Yoga : Sadhana Guidelines, 2nd Edition
By Gurucharan S. Khalsa PhD

Agenda
July 5 – Adi Shakti Mantra (The Morning Call)
July 12 – Waah Yantee
July 19 – The Mul Mantra
July 26 – The Mantra For The Aquarian Age
August 2nd – Rakhe Rakhanhar
August 9th – Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Jio
August 16th – Guru Ram Das Chant
August 23rd – Raga Meditation Sadhana
August 30th – Sadhana, Aradhana and Prabhupati

$70 for 9 class series, or $10 per class. Drop-ins welcome!

For pre-registration and questions please contact Sat Siri.
Email: satsirihou@aol.com

“Only from the heart can you touch the sky.” – Jalal Al-Din Rumi