2013-A Year Exploring Bound Lotus Kriya with Sat Ardas

  • March 27, 2013 · 6:30 PM

Year Series
2013-A Year Exploring Bound Lotus Kriya with Sat Ardas

Wednesday Nights
6:30-7:45 pm
$11 or punch pass
$6 for first class



Seven Steps to Happiness“The first step is commitment. In every life you are meant to commit. That is why the word is commit-meant. Commitment gives you CHARACTER.” Yogi Bhajan

Our year adventure exploring the foundations for Bound Lotus Kriya continues this week as we continue our focus on commitment. Join us this Wednesday for yoga and meditation to strengthen the third chakra and balance the glandular system. Be prepared for a vigorous set to reconnect with your personal rhythm and feel the power within.

This class is inspired by the mantra Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wahe Guru, The Creator and the Creation are One. This is our True Identity. The ecstasy of the experience of this wisdom is beyond all words and brings indescribable bliss.  We will use this frequency in the Laya Yoga manner to awaken our intuition and the ability to heal. Everyone is welcome.

About Bound Lotus Kriya
Many years ago I took my first yoga workshop with Mahan Kirn at Summer Solstice. I was immediately taken with her story and a uniquely challenging gem known as Bound Lotus Kriya (Click here to read her story). At first glance the physical aspects of this kriya can awaken the negative mind eliciting a “I can’t do that because (fill in the blank)”. For others, the ego takes charge often pushing the physical body past its limits causing injuries. Sadly, both responses limit our access to the powerful healing benefits of this ancient practice.
With this in mind, I want to invite everyone on a one year journey to prepare and explore the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of this kriya. Each month we will focus on a theme that supports not only a balanced Kundalini Yoga practice, but that which makes the impossible possible.

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