What is Kundalini Yoga?

Discovering Kundalini Yoga is like entering a magical forest where time becomes a very relative notion, where rationality and logic give way to intuition and where the mind surrenders to the soul. A little surprising, I know. At first, it surprised me too. Kundalini...

Be spontaneous, not impulsive

When we are impulsive we tend to be more reactive, acting from our Ego. However when we are spontaneous, we tend to be less reactive and act from our true self, in a more free and authentic way. Impulsion is the hallmark of people who are led by the law of karma, in a...

From fear to peace

A few months ago during a Kundalini Yoga course called Conscious Communication, we were asked to get into groups of three and explain simply but honestly to the group, why we came to Kundalini Yoga. The first person in my group (who is a very radiant woman), explained...

We lose 3 things in life

Yogi Bhajan, the teacher who brought Kundalini Yoga’s teachings to the West, once said: “We lose three things in life… flexibility, humility and compassion.” In referring to flexibility, he wasn’t only talking about physical flexibility, but the flexibility of the...