Kundalini Yoga Day 2 ClassOctober 30, 2007 8:22 am Teacher Training
This past Saturday, we had our second teacher training class.
I am extremely grateful for the Shabad Kaur and Shiva Singh for their expertise in leading our class on this journey.
Shiva Singh plays the guitar and tuned us in with Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo as he strummed along.
Did you know that it is said, that from time to time when Shabad Kaur speaks, those with 3rd eye vision can actually see the vibration of the Words she sounds forth.
At the end of the last set, during relaxation I heard the words, “You are focusing on the what, focus on the how.”Â The voice is correct, I tend to always think about… so what is going to happen once my chakras are open, the Ida and the Pingala are working in line with the Sushmuna the energies will mix the Kundalini will rise and then we have a type of enlightenment.Â I was focusing on the result, the what, instead of the How.Â Focus on the How and the What will take care of itself.Â The how is what a teacher must understand in order to relay wisdom to a student.
We got to hear some great stories about Yogi Bhajan during class.Â It would have been an honor to have meet him in person in this incarnation, but I am not too concerned.Â Like Obi Wan Kenobi, he informed his students that once he passed he would become even more powerful. Yogi Bhajan is still Mahan Tantric and as such he teaches through his subtle body during all White Tantric sessions.Â I suspect he teaches through his and his teachers’ subtle bodies to this day.
At the end of the class, some of our mentors joined us for a group meditation. The mentors as a group carried with them a very strong energy/radiance, it was very kind for them to offer their assistance to help us integrate into the Kundalini Yoga community.
I must say that this program brings everything up to the surface in ones life, it can be somewhat frustrating to face all your issues over a successive period of time.Â However, kundalini yoga provides the means to become victorious over these issues.
My practice still remains strong, this morning I performed a full Sadhana.Â While chanting Wahe Guru a strong energy vibrated powerfully up through my head.Â I suppose performing a full Sadhana is an excellent means to focus on the how!