Practice 40 Days to Make a Change!
Yogic science teaches that it takes 40 days
A 40-day commitment to change can provide the shift needed to develop a healthy habit or to drop a destructive habit. A first step in experiencing the challenge and the satisfaction of lasting change is to commit to 40 consecutive days of yoga practice.
There are several approaches to a 40-day practice. Some students start by attending yoga classes 40 days in a row. This is a great way to strengthen the body and commit to a set length of practice time each day. It can also be a helpful step towards developing an on-going Sadhana (daily practice) habit – especially if you have trouble setting practice time at home.
Another option is to practice a specific meditation every day for 40 days. If you need guidance in selecting a meditation, your teacher can offer suggestions. If there is something in particular that you want to work on bringing into your life or something you want to let go of, practice a meditation for that issue. There are meditations that work on almost everything! For the most profound results, a meditation that is at least 11 minutes long will be most effective. This practice is a discipline and requires that you make time at home every day to do it.
A 40-day practice is demanding. It is difficult. But you can do it. The 40-day practice gives you the experience of discipline and it teaches you that you can go through the challenges in life and create the change you desire. There will be days when you don’t want to keep going. But as Yogi Bhajan, the Master Teacher of Kundalini Yoga, always said, “Keep up and you will be kept up!” Keep going and, at the end, you will have truly accomplished something. For many, it is helpful to journal during the 40 days.
Kundalini Sadhana Practice
Sat Nam DearOnes,
Join us for another Bliss-full Sadhana experience at Synergy Yoga, at 4:30am…
Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Chanting in Amrit Vela hours….
In the Yogic tradition, Amrit Vela hours, 4 to 7am, are the most sacred and precious hours to clear the subconscious, clean the body and connect to the Soul. Before facing the day (and the week..), tune up your nervous system and align to your highest Self.
“Your body is the temple of G.O.D, and your soul is the Divine Guru (teacher) within. So, you get up in the morning, meditate, chant the mantras, do the exercises, call on your spirit, regulate the breath, and you get together in group consciousness. In that way you help each other. Group consciousness in morning sadhana is to help each other. If I am trying to sleep, another is not sleeping. If, in this whole group, one person opens up to G.O.D just once, we will all be blessed in his openness. That is what matters. If one has walked into sadhana with heart and soul in a prayerful mind, we will all benefit. That is the power of the group sadhana.” –Yogi Bhajan.
Yogi Tea and cookies will be served afterwards…:)
Free Event – Love Offerings accepted.
Starting at 4:30am til 7am
Arjan Kaur (954 907 0808) & Karambir (786 306 8062)
Synergy Yoga South Beach
What to bring: Towel, Yoga Mat, Shawl, Water
What to Wear: White or Comfortable Clothing people many people wear head coverings. You might wanna bring a white head covering (any natural fabric will do). It’ll give you the full benefit of the Meditations…
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435 Espanola Way
Miami Beach, Florida
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*The 13th Street Garage located at 13th and Collins offers 200 spaces. Parking is $1 per hour for the first four hours or a flat $15 for up to 24 hours.
*The 12th Street Garage located at 12th and Drexel offers 154 spaces. Parking is $1 per hour for the first four hours or a flat $15 for up to 24 hours.
*The 17th Street Garage located near the convention center on 17th street between Pennsylvania and Meridian offers 1,460 spaces. Parking is $1 per hour for the first four hours or a flat $15 for up to 24 hours.
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What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic form of yoga that combines breath, movement, meditation, rhythmic sound and deep relaxation. It is practical for the average person, because it works to release tension and energize in a short period of time, regardless of degree of flexibility or experience. A symphonic gong is used to clear the mind, heal the body and elevate the spirit. These classes are taught in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan who first brought Kundalini Yoga to the west in 1969. This yoga is taught in specific sequences of exercises (kriyas) that create optimum health by strengthening the immune system, balancing the glands and creating a heightened level of awareness.
Kundalini Yoga, the Yoga of Awareness Is a powerful and dynamic practice that incorporates all aspects of yoga. In addition to developing physical vitality, this ancient system of yoga works with the energy systems of the body for emotional balancing, strengthening of the nervous system, stress relief and personal transformation. It is excellent for students of all levels. The best way to learn about Kundalini Yoga is to experience it!
What to expect in a Kundalini Yoga Class?
Kundalini classes begin with a time for centering. We call this “tuning in”. The teacher leads the class in the mantra: “Ong Namo, Guru Dev Namo”, which means “I call upon my own inner guidance, the teacher within me”. Students may follow along or listen as they like.
The class is then lead in 10 – 20 minutes of warm-up exercises, which prepare the body for the yoga set (kriya) that follows. Each yoga set involves physical postures (asana), breath work (pranayama), and meditative focus. Yoga is followed by a long deep relaxation and a short meditation that allows time for regeneration and stress release.
What to bring, what to wear ?
For Kundalini classes, you only need to bring yourself. Many people feel comfortable bringing their own yoga mat, or a towel to lie on, and a light blanket or shawl to cover up with during relaxation if they tend to ge cold. Cushions are available for you to use in the class. Wear comfortable clothing the you can move and breathe in easily. Yoga is best done on an empty stomach. If you find it necessary to eat before class, choose a light, easily digestible snack.
Keep up – Practice Makes Perfect Ultimately, yoga practice is best done daily. Even a few minutes every day can make a big difference. But any practice, however often, will be beneficial. Two to three times a week will provide noticeable results. Some students find that having a “yoga buddy” helps them maintain their commitment to practice. Invite a friend to attend classes with your or meet a friend in class that like to keep a similar schedule. Talk to your teachers about yoga sets for home practice.