About a month ago I wrote about feeling “stuck” spiritually. Over the past week or two I have been guided to understand some of the things I need to do to progress upward toward the blessings God has promised will one day be mine. I have been shown that I simply can’t receive those […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Could it be that Jesus’ whole mission on earth was to show us that while duality exists, . . . there is a greater wholeness that reduces it to mere illusion? . . . Could it be that nothing but wholeness ever does prevail once we are willing to perceive it? -Glenda Green A few […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Sikhism is the lineage through which we have received Kundalini Yoga, and many long-time Kundalini Yoga teachers and students happen to be Sikhs (or choose to become Sikhs). Most of the Kundalini Yoga mantras also happen to come from sacred Sikh scripture, as given through Guru Nanak. Some who are introduced to Kundalini Yoga have […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly . . . into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent. -Revelation 12:14 A few months ago we found out that we would have to […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
For the past week I have been working on getting supplies to make a riser or platform for our Kundalini Yoga Workshop this coming Saturday. It has been a lot of work trying to find what I need without spending a fortune while also making it portable and easy to assemble. At moments I have […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
Yesterday I had a conversation with a woman I love. Someone else we know had found some scary things online about Kundalini Yoga. So this woman I love googled Kundalini Yoga and found scary things too. In the end she chose to trust my judgment and not worry about it. I’m glad she did. Of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Last fall I heard a story I haven’t been able to forget. I don’t remember who was speaking when it was shared, but Google seems to indicate that it’s a common Chinese folktale. In fact, I ran into the exact same story as I was reading The Godseed by M. Catherine Thomas a few months […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.