Kundalini Yoga – The Yoga of Awareness
Kundalini Yoga is the science of keeping up, in spite of all odds, at any cost. It is not just to make life possible, but to make the impossible possible. It is not for the ego, but for those who are strong and can roar like lions through all the obstacles to reach their excellence every day. It takes grit, commitment, and consciousness within one’s self to achieve the purpose of the self, to vibrate “God IS within me”.
Yoga is not what people tell you, what you read in books, or the practice that you do. Yoga is the self-realization of respect, dignity, divinity and grace. It is all you. And it is all within you.
Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness. It is precise and scientific. The practice gives an intuitive response to life’s challenges with greater flexibility, confidence and stamina. It supports an experience our spiritual identity.
Yoga’s therapeutic effect enables the glands to secrete in proportion to each other and strengthen the nervous system which may have been compromised and weakened by substances. It balances the neuron patterning of the brain that affects addictive behavior.
Kundalini Yoga is dynamic, profound and positively changes behavior, and it heals exponentially during the recovery process with three components. During an exercise, one incorporates 1) breath, 2) physical posture, 3) mantra or sound repetition for concentration. When all three components are applied within a 1-3 minute exercise, the healing process is greatly accelerated.
Specialized sets are designed to eliminate one’s dependence on external fulfillment by creating greater awareness and self-control.
How Kundalini Yoga Helps with Addictions
Kundalini Yoga is a rebuilding technology for systems that have been compromised. In practical life situations where we are tempted or have an urge or craving, we have developed the resources in nervous system vitality and mental resolve to be successful in withstanding the pressure of the moment. This is a system of training for success.
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