Intro: what is Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is an ancient system designed to bring the man closer to himself, to his body and his soul, and most broadly, is designed to unite the individual human soul with the universal soul – the One.

Kundalini Yoga comes from the tradition of Raj Yoga, designed for kings and family house holders. This method allows a person to live fully at all levels of life. On the one hand, to lead a complete life in the material world with a day job, family, and a house, and on the other hand, to create a meaningful and integral practice that can be appropriate also for the highest yogi.
Techniques of Kundalini Yoga were practiced and appeared in the ancient scriptures of India as early as 1800 BC.
By 1400 AD this yoga system was already included along with other branches of yoga that enable a person to continue to take part in the material world yet reached the highest levels of awareness in the known and unknown.
 In the 1960s it was the first time that the secret technology Kundalini Yoga went out of the borders of India, brought by the Sikh Master, Yogi Bhajan, to the United States, quickly spreading to the rest of the Western world.
Kundalini Yoga consists of hundreds of thousands of meditations, mantras, and physical exercises designed to improve a person’s life, his physical and mental health along with elevating the quality of his inner experience of life and himself.

This Yoga offers a complete practice combining physical work that affects the body systems, organs, glands, as well as the subtle energetic systems that includes the Chakras and Nadis, Mental work, by going through challenges and intimate encounters with your innermost self, and spiritual work of opening the heart and connecting to your soul and destiny.
This complete practice allows us to develop your awareness, consciousness, and spiritual strengths.

Kundalini yoga is for everyone, and at any age or health status it can still be a powerful yoga practice as it’s known for its efficiency and its rapid recognizable changes in consciousness.
The purpose of Kundalini Yoga is to cultivate the creative spiritual potential of man, to preserve the values that serve his essence and destiny, to speak the truth, and to focus on the compassion and consciousness needed to serve and heal yourself and others.

“Kundalini Yoga is the science to unite the finite with Infinity, and it’s the art to experience Infinity in the finite.”
-Yogi Bhajan, 10/27/88
Kundalini Energy in my eyes - Nirvana Anand