Kundalini yoga promotes our spiritual journey because it is the yoga of subtle energy. The poses, called Kriya, are designed to move energy through our chakras, so we feel a flow of energy throughout the body and bring upon a lightness of being.
Many spiritualists on their journeys are focused on their connection through the upper chakras to increase intuition and open their 3rd eye. When we intend flow and abundance, we need to also focus on grounding and stabilizing our lower Chakras, especially our sacral for flow and abundance.
Lakshmi is the Goddess of fertility, good fortune, wealth and prosperity and a perfect fit to work with during this Kriya focusing on flourishing flow and abundance. Hindus worship Lakshmi especially during Diwali, the festival of lights, as it marks the beginning of the financial year.
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“Everything that Lakshmi represents is also within you! Her subtle, yet powerful, divine feminine energy is available to you because wealth is an inside job.”
Lakshmi holds a lotus, and it symbolizes that the lotus blooms at divine timing, and the goal is to realize, abundance is of the soul. The lotus blooms when we align our actions with our souls assignments or contracts.
If you haven’t heard of Kundalini, its the awakening of our awareness, creativity, and intuition. Cyndi Dale, author of Chakra Healing, refers to Kundalini as “a sacred energy that transforms our life spiritually and physically, and is a secret to well-being and wisdom.”
In this class, we will awaken our flow and abundance through movement of the subtle energies, particularly the lower chakras.
How the class is class is structured;
Tuning in and an introduction to Kundalini yoga
An overview of Lakshmi, Goddess of Abundance: Flourishing our flow and abundance through Kundalini Yoga
Warm up poses
Kriya (series of Kundalini yoga poses)
Guided meditation to connect with Lakshmi, option to journal (Journal writing Guide provided)
Can anyone do Kundalini yoga? Yes
Even those with knee problems because most exercises are on the floor, and for those who can’t sit on the floor comfortably, they can sit in a chair
Dress comfortably, bring a yoga mat, blanket or sweater/sweatshirt for Savasana (final resting pose), water bottle and a journal.* Journal is optional.
To learn more about Kundalini yoga and to preparing for a class, listen to my short videos.
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