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Simran Daya Kaur

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My journey in Kundalini Yoga started by going to a workshop one Saturday morning in Glasgow.  Since that day when I practiced Kundalini Yoga the first time I never once questioned it.  I felt an immediate, deep connection with it.  I also practice Hatha and Yin Yoga, but Kundalini Yoga has worked for me more than anything else.  After two years of classes I embarked on a journey to join teacher training course with Hari Har ji from Sahej Academy in Edinburgh.  I now teach regular classes in Bishopbriggs and Glasgow.

This yoga has given me confidence, courage and a meaning to my life.  My daily practice clears my subconscious mind which had hindered me in my growth towards happiness.  I am more content, I hold less worries and I take on more challenges.  Sometimes life can be very challenging as a mother with a part time job and my own daily practice.  Then I remind myself how far I have come with this yoga and of all the positivity and energy I gain from it feeding into my practical life.  I now value and enjoy my life more than before.  My body is strong and I have more developed connection with myself and with life.

Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan is the yoga of awareness.  We apply posture, breath and mantras for a deeper, subtle experience.  It is the easiest and quickest way to bring change in the body and mind.  It clears the subconscious mind from all garbage we do not need.

“Kundalini Yoga comes to you as inheritance, as something already existing.  It is legacy of the love of the soul to experience identity.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Normally in Kundalini Yoga we start with tune in with mantra followed by kriyas (set of exercises) and relaxation, then we do meditation to go deeper into the process.  We finish with tune out mantra.