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Kundalini

Kundalini Yoga

According to the yogic traditions, there are four aspects to every human being – body, mind, emotions, and energy. Different schools of yoga work on different aspects. Some concentrate only on the body (Hatha yoga), some on the energy (Kriya yoga), while some tell you to utilize the emotions instead (Bhakti yoga or devotion), and…

Meditation

Breathing Meditation Script

A simple but crucial reminder of our existence, each breath you take is proof of life.  When you start to think, the breath has a unique quality: the phenomenon is both voluntary and involuntary.  Alan Watts, a popular writer, suggested that this quality of the breath enables internalizing the deeper truth – the division between…

Meditation

Self Love Meditation Script

Meditation Script on Self-Love Welcome to this guided meditation. Thank you for being here today. Let’s take a moment to settle into this space. You are here now – safe, supported, and comfortable. Whether you are seated or lying down, know that you are held. Gently close your eyes. Let your awareness travel to your…

Kundalini

Kundalini and Chakras: A Guide to Energy Centers and their Significance in Yoga

We commonly understand yoga as a set of physical exercises due to the popularity of Hatha Yoga or Vinyasa Flows. This is the predominant method of practicing yoga in most of the continents. Kundalini Yoga adopts a different approach with a specific goal: consciousness-awareness. Kundalini yoga doesn’t focus on the yoga asana (poses). It focuses…

Mudras

Cosmic Mudra: Origins, Symbolism and Spiritual Significance

Take a moment to close your eyes and imagine a person in the most profound state of calmness. Chances are you’ve pictured a smiling Buddhist monk sitting cross-legged with his gaze directed inward. This pose is known as the Lotus position and it is the most iconic form of Buddhist meditation. Though it is not…