Kundalini Yoga is a style of yoga I’ve been exploring on and off over the last 6 months. I find it challenges and intensifies my sense of awareness. It was a style of yoga I hadn’t been familiar with before this, I wanted to give something different a try and needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised and now try to blend it into my regular cycle of yoga practices and meditation.
The opening mantra in Kundalini yoga is “ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO,” which is roughly translated…”I am making myself receptive, I am making myself a vehicle for higher consciousness, for transformation to come through me that already exists within me” or “I honor the divine within myself, I am connected to a higher plane, that which made me.” There are many other ways it can be translated, however, these are a few of the translations Brett Larkins shares that resonated with me from her tune in video, which I’ve shared below.
She is currently doing a 6-day Kundalini challenge going for this week, which I’ve shared up to today’s day four below if your interested or even just curious. I’ve also tossed in one of her guided Kundalini meditation videos that I’ve been doing as a daily meditation for the week. This is the yoga I’m doing each morning this week leading up to the equinox on this Saturday, which I have another wonderful special autumnal equinox yoga video that I’m excited to share with you on Saturday.
Namaste the divine light radiating from heart to your heart!