Stay Tuned In and Listen

My general advice is to be present to what you are experiencing without analysis. Many people write that they had this wonderful experience and then when they tried to process it in their mind, it went away. They were so disappointed. You will notice that as soon as you try to figure out what is happening the experience disappears. Notice that when you stay in your body your experiences last longer. You want to savor these precious moments. Insights come later.

As many spiritual writings tell us, "Understanding is the booby prize."

The truth is that everyone knows what they need to do, receives answers to their own questions and is internally guided. Practicing KY opens us up to this awareness. Yogi Bhajan used to tell us, "Go sit in your bedroom and be your own counselor." If we listen to our own intuition, it is easy to tune in enough to receive answers to your own questions. This is what I do. I ask and then I wait until the answers come through. They always do. Could be during meditation, could be while I am walking, driving or sleeping.

It could come sooner or later. But the answers are there if I pay attention.

Your most important job is to stay present. Answers will come if you stay tuned and listen. Healing will happen as you release your resistance to change. Gifts will appear as you align with your soul. The energy will teach you. The experience will awaken you. Enjoy your unfoldment. Kundalini yoga allows you to savor your life and live to the fullest. What a gift!

The Hindu-Yogi Science of Breath

The Hindu-Yogi Science of Breath

A complete guide on Eastern practices of breathing, mental, psychic and spiritual development. The book teaches that Yoga is divided into several branches, ranging from that which teaches the control of the body, to that which teaches the attainment of the highest spiritual development.

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