For Prosperity & Abundance
with Gurushabd Khalsa, October 2017
Mondays: 6:00-7:15 pm with gong relaxation
Fridays: 12:00-1:00 pm
Prosperity doesn’t mean that you will have wealth, health and happiness. The best way to explain prosperity is to say it is like a rosebud when it flowers and opens up, and shares its fragrance. That’s the moment, which lasts a few days, when a rose flower is prosperous. When a man or woman is prosperous, it is the fragrance of security, grace, depth, character and truthfulness that a person can share. Like a candle emits light, a human emits prosperity.
– Yogi Bhajan, 12/26/97
Raise your voice, sing from your heart, and experience the wonderful variety and depth of mantras from the Kundalini tradition. Through repeating a sound or word over and over again, mantra is a tool to help us become totally immersed in the present moment.
Each class starts with a breathing exercise and movements to warm up the body. Then we learn a new mantra, explore its meaning, and sing ourselves into meditative bliss with a 31-minute mantra meditation.
For all of October 2017, we’ll focus on a series of mantras that hold the frequency of prosperity and abundance. Join us for the full month to weave the energy of prosperity into your life. Or join us for a single class to take home a mantra for personal practice!
You may drop-in or sign up online. Use your regular Lotus class pass.
Mondays, 6:00-7:15 pm with gong relaxation
Oct 2nd, 16th, 23rd, 31st 2017
Fridays, 12:00-1:00 pm
Oct 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th 2017
About the Teacher
Gurushabd Khalsa teaches classes with a smooth flowing rhythm, and she shares the truly transformational techniques of Kundalini Yoga in a simple, accessible, and profound way with whoever walks through the door.
Gurushabd’s name means ‘the sound that cuts through the ego and brings you back to your Self’. She’s on a journey to unfurl the meaning of her name and get closer to the silent sound within.
When she’s not teaching or practicing yoga, Gurushabd is directing the studio and connecting with students. In her down time, Gurushabd can be found biking around the city, playing ultimate frisbee, meditating, and hanging out with her husband Nash.