Updated: Jul 20, 2020
How did Kundalini Yoga change my life?
Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of awareness
Kundalini Yoga helps me understand who I am from my body's perspective and who I want to be from my soul’s perspective. It helps me surpass the challenges that my mind and my old patterns created for myself. It helps me understand how to keep my body healthy and prepared to host my own divinity.
It helps me understand that my body is a Temple of Light and how to transform it in something sacred every day.
It is done with eyes closed because we look inwards - to our body and soul. There is no need to look at anyone else or compare myself during a class - the only comparison you do in Kundalini Yoga is between what you were before and after the practice.
There is no need to look good in a pose - we need to look good on the inside.
There is no need for practicing in a heated room - the heat comes from the inside - it burns out all the bad feelings and stagnant emotions. It burns out fear, anger, doubt, and lack of self love. And some calories too. It is a practice that tells a beautiful story about the most important person in this world: You! It shows you your patterns and how you normally react when challenges come - Yes, it is all about you. It helps you surpass every single challenge you have in life just by sitting down and wearing some amazing white and comfortable clothes. Yes, we cover our heads! In a society that is more focused on our outside looks than on our inside looks it can be weird or even a problem. Many people feel ashamed of doing it. I don't. I feel amazing. I see myself as a Princess of the Infinity every time I cover my head and wear white to teach Kundalini. I know I will be consumed with a giant amount of unconditional love. And that feels damn good! Yes, we have to work hard and the work is not limited by 1:30 hours of class. It happens every day. The inner peace we feel after a practice is addictive. We want more. Today, I was reminded of the first day after my first weekend of classes. I wanted to practice more (after a whole weekend of practice) but I didn’t know how. Today, whenever I feel something that is not peace and well-being, I open my book or just listen to my lovely master Yogi Bhajan and I have the motivation to face my challenges with love and compassion. I remember who I really am and in a blink of the eyes I see myself living as the sacred soul I am. I started my practice with a 3-minute meditation session and now I can’t stop thinking about how I can find more time to add to my 2,5 hours of daily practices.
I have to admit. I am addicted. Passionate. Crazy about it. In love with it. Surrendered to it. Speechless.
As we do when we are in love, I want to scream out to the world that I am in love. And I am corresponded! 🙌🏻 ❤️