Mother of all Yogas
Materialised Spirituality in a Virtual Age
Yoga is not just a technology for the age;
it is also a spiritual science for the future.
The planet and all who live on it are experiencing
the struggle that goes with transition and
transformation. In astrological terms we
are on the cusp between the Piscean and
Aquarian ages. However the ages of humanity
stretch much further in time than mere astrological
cycles. Over hundreds of thousands of years
we live nothing more than a year in cosmic
terms. In terms of human evolution we have
passed the summer season and are now experiencing
the storms of autumn. What follows is a
this age of rapid and accelerating change
there is a call for, and a need of, practices
with immediate effects. This is not just
to satisfy a modern culture of denying causes
and suppressing the symptoms of our unhealthy
lifestyles. It is also very appropriate
in times of uncertainty where our nervous
system is under a lot of pressure and there
is more information coming at us than our
minds can cope with.
Yoga is the science of sequence, rhythm
and sound, working on every aspect of the
body, mind and soul. It is an ancient system
to conquer the mind, expand consciousness,
improve health, flexibility and creativity
and overall self-maintenance. Unique in
its combination of dynamic exercises (asanas
in motion), combined with breathing (pranayama),
mental concentration, integrating meditation,
mudra and mantra, Kundalini Yoga is taught
in specific sequences of exercises to create
a very precise and certain effect. Its comprehensive
nature, which includes the many teachings
of Yogi Bhajan, makes it a perfect tool
for the requirements of the transition to
the Aquarian Age.
live in an age where burn-out and stress
symptoms are less the exception and more
and more common place. Our concern needs
not only be with our material survival.
Nor is it enough to adjust our life style
for the sake of the planet's ecology. Ultimately
it is only the soul that remains. Each individual
must ask themselves if they wish to be a
Soul Survivor. If so then it is essential
to know your real self, to have a strong
nervous system and a balanced glandular
system for increased stabillity and focus,
as well as an accumulation of spiritual
vitality. These are some of the benefits
from practicing Kundalini Yoga.
the breakdown of extended family structures
and traditional community networks there
is also a need to discover new forms of
human community. The Internet seems to present
the obvious alternative but in reality it
is a sad compensation for deep need in the
heart of all beings.
takes the meeting with other human beings
to awaken our sense of humanity. It is only
through human interaction that we can heal
the human wounds.
We are most human when we meet in a shared
rather than a private space. hence the importance
of events like the Great British Yoga Festival.
community is a bridge between the individual
soul and the universal soul. In a shared
space with other human beings we learn to
serve and to accept being served. The attitude
of gratitude is inspired and the possible
human is discovered.
All who enter the Kundalini Yoga ambience
find the general atmosphere to be peaceful
and uplifting. In this way it is an oasis
in the midst of a culture where anonimity
and the intellect tend to rule.
is acknowledged that one cannot learn Kundalini
Yoga from a book. To attend a class is to
partake in a conscious sense of community.
When people meditate, chant or pray together
then the effects of the practice are exponential
and multiplied many times over.
your soul access to a new breath and a new
future. For details of classes in the UK
& Ireland visit www.gbyf.co.uk or www.kundaliniyoga.org.uk
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from the Piscean to the Aquarian age with help of Kundalini