Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga - The Yoga Of Awareness

In the book Physical Wisdom, Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Harijot Kaur Khalsa gives an excellent and beautiful explanation of Kundalini Yoga, an explanation which in my opinion cannot be improved, therefore with respect I present this text as introduction to Kundalini Yoga.

The ancient yogis and sages who developed Kundalini Yoga had a deep respect for the creator of this human body. They knew, in their profound devotion and worship, that so perfect a Creator could only have created perfection in design, function and potential. Based on this respect, they sought knowledge of the totality of the human being. They researched the human ability to maintain good health, increase vitality, open consiousness and expand the experience of the excellence of human life. Their research gave them a great understanding of the nervous system, glandular system, organ system, energy system and brain. They learned how blood, nerves, muscles, organs ans glands all work together. They investigated the seen of the unseen, and the inter-relationship between the physical and the subtle. From this research they developed Kundalini Yoga.

Kundalini Yoga is a highly evolved technology based on a thorough understanding of the ecology of the human body, how the brain affects the thinking, how the angle of a finger affects the pituitary gland. This technology works with the system of the human body using the body's own means. Hand position, breath, posture, sound and motion are employed in various ways to create an optimum balance between all the body's components. Kundalini Yoga gives us access to the full resources of this perfectly designed human body and deepens our appriciation of this body as a miraculous gift.

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