How do I practice simplified Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga uses breathing, rhythm, dynamic or static postures, sound, relaxation, singing and meditation in order to awaken the inner energy that lies deep within ourselves.
Kundalini is an energy and it is the essential vital potential of man. Once awake, it allows us to develop all our latent abilities.
Kundalini Yoga is called “the royal way” because its power has almost immediate effects. At the first session you can feel the energy mobilize through the body.
Kundalini Yoga works on all aspects of the body:
– Vitality ,thanks to muscular work and that on physical and mental flexibility;
– Emotional balance ,through the learning of techniques that aim to make us masters of our mind, and therefore our decisions in a state of calm and serenity;
It helps us to free ourselves from our mental and physical automatisms, from our reductive visions, from our intolerant or sectarian attitudes and directs us towards a more positive universe in openness and reconciliation.
Kundalini yoga develops the breath:
Kundalini Yoga mobilizes the body powerfully:
The mind influences the physical; so when one feels depressed one will tend to collapse, to curl up on oneself. This process works in the opposite direction too and one can, through postures, gradually influence the mind and introduce positive thoughts, which will have as much personal impact as relational. The physical body finding flexibility and mobility allows the energy to act on all systems: digestive, circulatory, immune, glandular …
Kundalini Yoga brings meditation in your life:
Sometimes the meditations are sung and amplify the work of the breath.
Kundalini Yoga allows us to better manage our emotions and become master of the course of our lives. Communicating better with ourselves, we are led to improve our relations with the external reality and the society that surrounds us. When we are calm and at peace we no longer need to find outside what is inside us.