Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of unleashing your potential, of awakening everything that you are meant to be in this life.
Kundalini is a powerful cathartic practice that allows you to open up your energetic channels through the specific repetitive movements that intentionally target stuck energy in our systems. This energy can be in the form of old habits, old beliefs, emotional pain, loss and grief, and so much more heaviness we are holding that is no longer serving our best self. Kundalini yoga not only releasing the stuck old energy but it opens up the channels for renewal. It opens our hearts and our minds to all that we are and all that we are capable of. It creates a life of limitless possibilities and creativity.
Kundalini Yoga and Meditation are two incredible transformative tools that nurses can use to not only process the stress and emotional overwhelm that comes with the roles we play in our lives but also to open us up to hope, energy, and vitality.
It creates a life of limitless possibilities and creativity.
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Tips for Practicing Kundalini Yoga:
Breathe through your nose unless directed otherwise. It a fast, noisy, energetic breath that guides the flow of your movements.
Play with your edge of discomfort. Challenge yourself. You are much stronger than your mind will tell you you are.
Close your eyes
Close your eyes as much as possible to take the journey inward. Notice your experience and allow yourself to go wherever your journey takes you. If emotions surface, allow them, embrace them, and release them. Your body knows!!
Trust your body
Trust your body and listen to it’s cues. If something is painful back off, modify, or just use the breath. If you’re feeling low energy, sluggish, modify the movements, just do something. The only way we break free from where we are stuck is by DOING SOMETHING. So just always do something.
Kundalini Meditations are different from just quiet connection, or guided meditations. Kundalini uses powerful mantra (high vibration words of love, peace, joy, and abundance) and mudra (postures and hand positions that stimulate different channels in your body). It is an active meditation that allows you to focus on words and movements to avoid the invasive thoughts that can arise. I invite you to just try it. You might just find that you love it.