Saturday November 25th

Gong Series Part 3:
The Gong and Projection into the Realm of Truth

with Amardeep Bliss

Mark Ramos Expired Workshops

Amardeep, our resident gong player, is back for November. Want to try Kundalini Yoga with the vibrations of the symphonic gong? Join Amardeep for a workshop on Kundalini Yoga & Gong: pranayama with gong, asana with gong, and meditation with gong – a lot of good vibrations!

We’ll practice a specialty kriyas designed only to be practised with the live vibrations of the gong. All are welcome, no previous yoga, meditation, or gong experience is needed.


$25 + HST in advance
$30 + HST same day

Register below.

The Gong and Projection into The Realm of Truth

Saturday November 25th
1:30 – 3:45 pm

The gong can loosen and reorganize the relationship of the 10 bodies. The 10 bodies are all your vehicles for sensing and functioning in the gross and subtle realms. When the pranic body is strong and the physical body is relaxed, you can travel in the mental body to the neutral realm called Sach Khand —the realm of truth. This is not really a place. It is a frequency. Around that frequency the saints and liberated souls associate. It is a realm of healing, insight, intuition and service. The experience as the bodies adjust to this frequency of energy varies, but often includes a sense of travel and projection. This set was given by Yogi Bhajan during 1971 to strengthen the nerves and to give the experience of living in Truth. It consists of two parts. The first part is a series of exercises to stimulate the kundalini energy and to prepare the physical body to let the mental body project. The second part is a gong meditation.

Register Now

About the Teacher

Amardeep Bliss is a life-long learner, PhD candidate in Education, and Kundalini Yoga teacher. She has taught in several countries including Germany, Japan, Korea, Croatia, and Canada. Her recent studies include mindfulness, literacies, and soundscapes. Amardeep is grateful to the Golden Chain of teachers including Yogi Bhajan, Ramana Maharshi, and Thich Nhat Hanh. When Amardeep is not reading, writing, or teaching, you can find her walking or biking the urban cityscape or at an art gallery – she enjoys visual and kinaesthetic experiences as well as auditory! Wahe Guru!