Kundalini Yoga

The Most Important Mantra in   Kundalini Yoga


Every time we sit down to practice Kundalini Yoga, we tune in with the Adi Mantra, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo. This mantra translates to, “I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within.” By chanting these words, we arrive and mentally prepare for our practice. We tune into the divine flow and self-knowledge, setting ourselves up for the best learning experience possible. We recognize and honor our inherent desire to transform and grow, and we connect with the internal force that lights the path forward.

Nirvair Singh Khalsa, one of our 23 master teachers in Kundalini Yoga U’s course, The Fundamentals of Kundalini Yoga, and CEO of the Kundalini Research Institute, provides an in-depth translation of this powerful and all-encompassing mantra in Week One of our e-course.  You can see a sneak peek here.

This meditation is called Sunia(n) Antar. It’s an especially good meditation for women to practice because it balances the elements of water and air – but men can also definitely benefit from this practice. This meditation is a great choice for times you may be worried or upset and feel like freaking out! This meditation, along with a variety of additional Kundalini Yoga practices and teachings are included in the online course Many Moons with Ajeet Kaur. Learn more about Many Moons here: https://kundaliniyogau.com/shop/cours… Subscribe to Kundalini Yoga U for more free Kundalini Yoga classes and the vast wisdom being shared by our teachers: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUy7…

Thank you Anne Novak for these demonstration videos (her link below) :












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https://www.gurusingh.com –  I love his podcast!!