Kundalini Yoga

You might be hearing a lot about Kundalini yoga these days and if you have never tried a class this is a wonderful opportunity to experience the energy that arises from within and to feel the changes it makes to your energy field…
This Thursday sep 26, night class 6:30pm
(no class Oct 3&10)

Experience the Kriya & meditation for courage & strengthening the
Radiant Body…💕

Yogi Bhajan quote “You are wrong if you think your intelligence works or your words are powerful or you are very charismatic. Actually it is your radiant body, the glow, the SHINE in YOU that works”

What’s happening to Yoga classes while Travelling to India

                                                                                TRANSITION

I  will be travelling to India to attend a Kundalini yoga and music festival specifically for the grand event of 11-11-11

 in Rishikesh, North India

Celebrating the transition  into the Aquarian Age.

Time of travel will be from October 30

returning to Sydney December 11, 2011

The following classes will be covered by different teachers; they are:-

Monday morning 11am Hatha class – cover teacher – Pauline

Monday evening 6.15pm Hatha class – cover teacher – Alison

Wednesday evening 7pm Hatha class – cover teacher – Alison

Thursday evening 6.15pm Kundalini class – cover teacher – Harlal

Important dates:

Wednesday December 14, 7pm –  Final night’s yoga for 2011 to be celebrated with Kundalini Yoga relaxation with the Gong and meditation

Monday December 19 11am – free yoga at Crestwood Park, Baulkham Hills

Start up for 2012:

Monday January 16, 23 & 30th  –  11am Hatha class

Wednesday January 18 & 25th  –   7pm Hatha class

Thursday January 19 –  6.15pm Kundalini class

February, 2012 – Time table as per web page resumes to normal

Wahe Guru

Hari Das Teaching
Hari Das Teaching

Sat Nam Wahe Guru Everyone.

I thought I would give a short translation of the words “Wahe Guru”:

Waheguru (Punjabi: ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ, vāhigurū or ਵਾਹਗੁਰੂ, vāhgurū; also transliterated Vahiguru) It is the term most often used in Sikhism to refer to God, the Supreme Being or the creator of all. It means “The Wonderful Teacher” in the Punjabi language. ‘Wah’ translates to wonder and Guru (Sanskrit: गुरु), is a term denoting ‘teacher’.

Above translation from the follwing wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waheguru

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