March 2019
Cosmic Forecast

Gurushabd Khalsa Wisdom

Aries is ruled by Mars, whose expression will be augmented by its interaction with Neptunian, Saturnian, and Plutonian influences, all bundled up in the warm arms of a Mercury Retrograde in Pisces. Whew! What does this mean for most of us? March 2019 is a turning point in our ability to distill spiritual teachings into clear action, giving rise to …

April 2019
Cosmic Forecast

Gurushabd Khalsa Wisdom

A month of new beginnings. A New Moon in Aries beckons us to take a break from routine and let our inner child play, while the *triple* planetary retrograde invites our adult selves to slow down, rethink, and reevaluate the belief systems that define our growth and personal power. Are you ready? With the multitude of responsibilities we have on …

A Meditation To Cut Through All Darkness

Gurushabd Khalsa Practice

Sodarshan Chakra Kriya is the most powerful technique in Kundalini Yoga. It’s known as the meditation to cut through all darkness. You can use it to clear your subconscious mind, cleanse your psyche, alleviate depression, and let go of your past. I like to use it first thing in the morning as a tool to clear out all the garbage that …

Teacher Feature:
Meet Tammy Keren

Gurushabd Khalsa Stories

Tell us your love story with Kundalini Yoga. I loved yoga since I can remember myself, but kept wandering around and experimenting with different styles: Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivananda, Bikram… what not. The moment I entered a Kundalini class for the first time I knew: the search was over, I finally found what I have been looking for the whole time. …

Why The Pause?

Mark Ramos Wisdom

Unlike the continuous flow of movement in many types of yoga, Kundalini Yoga asks you to pause. Your Kundalini Yoga teachers may say things like, “rest the body and the breath”, “feel the effects…”, or “observe what is” in between active movements. So, why the pause in between exercises? Generally, you may think of it as ‘hang out, chill time’ …

Smiling Buddha Meditation

Gurushabd Khalsa Practice

Smiling Buddha Meditation is great for alleviating depression, bringing in feelings of happiness and positivity, and opening the heart centre. If you are new to doing Kundalini Meditations on your own, make sure to read how to do a home practice before you begin. Sit with a straight spine. Curl the ring finger and little finger into each palm. Bend the thumbs over …

10 Facets Of A Great Chant

Gurushabd Khalsa Wisdom

In Kundalini Yoga, we chant a lot. The practice is full of mantra, singing, and using our voices to connect with the deepest parts of our beings through sound. So how do we actually facilitate the process of opening up to our voices, not holding back, and immersing ourselves into the full potential of a chanting experience? 1. Suspend Judgment: Consciously …

Meditation To Clear Your Karma

Mark Ramos Practice

In Kundalini Yoga, we have a teaching that we are much more than our physical bodies. In fact, we have 10 bodies in total – 10 subtle and energetic aspects of our beings that make up who we are. These range from the Positive Mind, to the Aura, to the Soul. Each of these 10 bodies has a very specific role. …