Archives for March 2011

Stress? Who’s Got Stress?

This comes from the Summer that KWTC and just about everything else going on, were STRESSFUL. That was the lovely time when the Siri Singh Sahib recommended the simplest thing: [amazon_link id=”B000LQL9M6″ target=”_blank” ]Rose Water![/amazon_link] “1 ounce of Rose Water in 6 ounces of Water first thing in the morning. Takes your stress. Gives you […]

In Memoriam: Jose Arguelles

Jose Arguelles is known for quite a lot of accomplishments in his life. Wikipedia has more information. He affected us with his announcement of the Harmonic Convergence in the 80’s. We’re still dealing with that one. In class, the Siri Singh Sahib spoke briefly about the Harmonic Convergence and the Mayans: They were “extremely accurate” […]

Spring Laya Yoga Time Increase

First, let me wish you a HAPPY SPRING! The weather just needs to catch up. We had a foot of snow recently and another inch last night. In fact, it is snowing right now. Our area is famous for late snows. A few years back, it snowed on Memorial Day and a week later we […]

Those Enhancement Drugs

Greetings. I would truly like to thank all of you who have signed up and joined Kundalini Yoga Blogs to receive announcements of new posts, feeds, etc. These teachings are priceless. May you be blessed. What is funny to me is, how many people have Viagra or Cialis in their email addresses. First, I’m impressed […]

Tantric Meditation

  Yogi Bhajan referred to this meditation as a Tantric Meditation. Pumping the navel point will allow you to move blocked emotional energy.¬†We suggest 11 minutes for beginners and expand to 31 minutes.   To Begin: Sit in easy pose with your hands in Gyan Mudra (thumb and index finger meet at tips). Focus your […]

Food of the Angels

A lovely story the Siri Singh Sahib told, was of a saint who’s sadhana was to cook and feed people. People would bring mung beans, rice and milk to this person. The only thing he did was make Kichari and Yogurt. He’d serve it to the people and they would be healed. In India, Kichari […]

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