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Kundalini Yoga School blog gives you extra background information on the Kriya’s & Meditations we present in the practice videos. We are happy to share our insights about yogic philosophy, our love for food with healthy recipes and our tip’s & tricks for a yogic lifestyle.

How to work with your Negative Mind

In his teachings Yogi Bhajan gave us priceless insights in the way our mind works. An important part of this is knowing that your mind has three powerful functions; the Negative, Positive and Neutral Minds. About the Negative Mind Yogi Bhajan says: Because you have...

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Conquer your mind and you conquer the world

zਮਨਿ ਜੀਤੈ ਜਗੁ ਜੀਤੁ - Man Jeetai Jagjeet - Conquer your mind and you conquer the world. These are famous words by Guru Nanak that make you think or actually encourage us to stop thinking. When the mind stops the world disappears. Most probably your mind is now going:...

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Can you ‘blow your mind’ with Kundalini Yoga?

Blow your Mind is a clear statement, but can be interpreted in many ways. I can tell you: it is not about destroying your Mind. No, it is too valuable for life to blow it. You need your mind, and your mind needs you. The relationship between You and your mind is for a...

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Feeling stuck? Try the Kundalini Yoga Frog Pose

The Frog Pose is one of these postures in Kundalini Yoga that we can find in many different Kriyas. It is a great posture to do when you feel the energy is not flowing properly in your body, or when you feel stuck in your mind.   Frog Pose works on your upper thighs....

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The Kidneys – The batteries of your body

We are approaching winter and according to Traditional Chinese Medicine this is the season of the kidneys. Therefor we chose to share a Kriya with you in the online school to support and revitalize your kidneys and adrenals. Let’s shed our light on what function the...

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Ra Ma Da Sa – Powerful Kundalini Yoga mantra for healing

Let's take a deeper look at a powerful healing mantra that is often used in Kundalini Yoga, Ra Ma Da Sa Sa Say So Hung. This mantra taps into the energies of the sun, moon, earth, and the Infinite Spirit. It is an attunement of the self to the Universe, that invokes a...

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Sadhana – What does it mean and where to start?

Sadhana means a daily spiritual practice, which can be a meditation, mantra, prayer, yoga practice or self-enquiry. The aim of such practices is not to become a better person, at least not the way we see it. The aim is to realize you are not who you think you are or...

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Vitalize the heart and break free from depression

When we feel down or depressed, the electromagnetic field around the heart is weakened, which in turn weakens the aura. To be able to ‘break’ with old habits that are rooted in negativity, we need a strong commitment and aura to shift our attention away from...

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Deal with stress and get the stress out of here!

Stress, we all deal with it one way or another. Stress is part of our lives nowadays in our society, a lot of us experience a high pressure to perform and to keep ourselves standing amongst all the things that need to be done.   The are different definitions of...

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Listen to the voice of your True Self

      Listen to the voice of your True Self           To make the choices that serve you, that make you grow and that allow you to fully enjoy life it is important to live from your heart. You do this by listening to the voice of your intuition. Your intuition is the...

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Taking the garbage out through meditation

Yogi Bhajan often mentioned that through the practice of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation we bring out the garbage. But what does that actually mean? The word garbage sounds negative and dirty and it’s not likely that you feel very enthusiastic associating yourself with...

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