Introducing Kundalini Yoga to my LifeIt has been my daily practice of Kundalini Yoga that has held me up this past year. I have been amazed at my capacity to remain grounded through the turbulence. I have experienced a deep resource from within. With both parents ill, the prospect of loosing both my parents shook me to the core. All the security I had known was falling away and there was nothing on the outside to grab hold of. With questions marks over my living situation, my daughter’s health and my parents health I could have experienced an inner collapse. Indeed at the beginning of the year, I had felt like I was heading for a breakdown. However things began to change when I started my level two teacher training in Kundalini yoga in 2014. A shift began to happen within myself, where I began to feel supported and held by life despite the difficult circumstances. I have found this strength, resilience, grace and trust in the process through Kundalini Yoga. I can honestly say that I would not have been able to move through this year in the same way without my daily practice. It has held me up. It has enabled me to move from a place of terror to a trust and surrender in the process of life and death. Kundalini Yoga has allowed me to experience what it is to be a servant of the soul and when we are listening, deeply listening, the answers are always within. What I know for sure is that there is not really death. There is only infinity and I experienced that deeply within myself during my practice many times.
Spirituality in Kundalini YogaPeople talk about God. I know that God resides in us as a state of being where there is no separation, only Oneness. This may sound a bit ‘new agey’. It is hard to put into words an experience which is unlimited. This sense of Oneness is a blissful state. It has helped me accept the current situation and to experience life beyond the black and white of every day living and see the blessing in every situation. I has helped me let go. We are all exceptional beings and we can all experience this sense of oneness and guidance from the soul. There are many paths to finding this place. However if you are a little bit curious, I invite you to know more about Kundalini yoga. It has changed me deeply from a fearful person to radiant person. It has allowed me to carve out my inner light and shine despite all that is happening in my world. You can shine too. You too have the capacity to live a happy and healthy life no matter what life throws at you. You have to start with the first step; commitment. As Yogi Bhajan says ‘Keep up and you will be kept up.’
Are you ready to shine?
- Jotipal Kaur is teaching a number of workshop in Frome and Salisbury.
- Kundalini Yoga and Gong; releasing toxicity and lymph of the breasts: 11th April 2-5pm
- Kundalini Yoga and Raw Food lunch; releasing fear and anger: 2nd May 10am-2pm
- Kundalini Yoga and Raw cakes; finding our Joy! 6th June 2-5pm.