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Kundalini Yoga Anti-Stress Meditation

My very first meditation video for you! Practice with me from the comfort of your home. Cozy up and I’ll guide you through this simple, sweet, short practice. Sat Nam.

Holiday season is upon us. This means ample opportunity to be pulled out of yourself, out of your center. AND ample opportunity to gain a sort of spiritual maturity. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to choose yourself, to choose connection to the deep self, the One within. Whenever there is a sense of friction being imposed from the outer world, there is also the opportunity to turn that friction towards self-knowledge and transformation. I invite you to allow yourself the opportunity to turn within this holiday season. If or when you find yourself stressed or disconnected, do these things:

  1. Forgive yourself. Guess what? You’re human. Whenever I find myself being pulled out of my center, I remind myself of this. I believe we are often pulled out of our center so that we may find our way back as many times as we can. We are wearing many, many paths back to our hearts. The more paths, the better. These become well worn. And soon enough, when we feel ourselves pulled away from our heart home, we can easily see our way back. Our bodies know the way.
  2. Give yourself some space and tools to call yourself back to the middle. That’s what this meditation is for. This anti-stress meditation comes from the Kundalini Yoga tradition. It’s perfect for this time of year. In the sky right now, Saturn is squaring Neptune. It will be happening well into 2016. (A simple Google search will yield interesting articles on this – I’ll leave that to you). What this means is there are opposing forces at play in us currently. This is true now, but it is certainly true since the dawn of time. Our need for survival vs. our need for spiritual fulfillment, our need to be independent vs. our urge to merge with others, our left brain vs. right brain. It’s a story as old as time. This meditation allows both opposing forces to come together. You do not need to choose one or the other. Rather, you need a way to let both urges and forces merge and cooperate with each other. This meditation can help you do that.

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  3. Repeat. Be easy on yourself. No one is perfect. That’s not the point. The point is to find your way back, again and again, with reverence and friendliness towards yourself.

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