Senior Kundalini Yoga teacher & healer Hari Das Kaur studied with Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga for 24 years, until his passing in 2004. We are blessed that she shares with us her wisdom in classes and special events at Prana – how Kundalini Yoga and the healing art of the Yogis, Sat Nam Rasayan, has helped her stay grounded, calm and balanced in times of turmoil.
“In the midst of chaos, your greatest ally will be your meditative mind.”
Your meditative mind can stop impulsive behavior and hold you to your basic values. In a Kundalini Yoga class, we build this resonance in ourselves very rapidly.
“Where love has become distorted and fraudulent, your purest touchstone will be your sense of true sold identity.”~Yogi Bhajan
You will cultivate and sustain a cozy and prosperous environment for you and for your family and will be supported by the technology to sustain a wholesome life based on kindness and goodness. Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan is a comprehensive yogic tradition, combining meditation, mantra and physical exercise with breathing techniques. It is a raj yoga (royal yoga) encompassing the eight limbs of yoga into a singular practice of excellence and ecstasy.
Sat Nam Rasayan
Everyone has an innate capacity for healing: to heal ourselves, to heal others and to help others heal themselves. You can begin today to access your own miraculous healing abilities and contemplate the questions:
Why does one person recover and another continue to suffer under seemingly identical circumstances?
How is it that a long existing depression can be lifted within minutes?
Science gives us answers to explain the mechanisms but healing remains a mystery and often considered a miracle. The purpose of healing is not just to rid us of disease and not only a measure to restore that which has been lost. Healing is the work of coming into balance in the present moment. The healer, through meditation and focus, enters a transcendent realm, in which he’s able to practice this sensitive process of healing.
Sat Nam Rasayan, probably the oldest known method of healing, has historically been handed down from generation to generation, from one master to one student, taught in complete silence. Fortunately, today Sat Nam Rasayan is taught in classes with language for the first time ever. This treasured healing system of Sat Nam Rasayan, a nurturing mystical yogic heritage, is now available for everyone to learn. This healing practice leads to awareness, balance, inner happiness, peace and flexibility – the essentials of healing. People who want to develop their capacity to heal need to strengthen the right spiritual muscles. It is very simple and as mysterious as that.
Hari Das is a Certified Kundalini/Meditation Instructor Level II, trained directly by Yogi Bhajan, the world-acknowledged Master of Kundalini yoga. Hari Das has been practicing and teaching Kundalini yoga and meditation for over 30 years. Her spiritual name ‘Hari Das Kaur’ means Servant of God.
Based on the belief that health, happiness and holiness are the essence of a fulfilled life, Kundalini yoga offers students a highly efficient system for creating physical, emotional, mental and spiritual vitality. Hari Das brings tremendous knowledge and dedication to her teaching as well as a light and joyful energy that is inspiring and uplifting.
Hari Das Kaur is also a third level practitioner and student teacher of Sat Nam Rasayan, the healing art of the Yogis, and a member of a very small group of global healers who are certified by Guru Dev Singh Khalsa to teach this ancient healing art.
Join Hari Das for her weekly Kundalini Yoga class every Tuesday at 12-1pm.
Upcoming special events:
November 10: Sat Nam Rasayan: Dream State & Meditation
November 26: The Power of Gratitude, a special Thanksgiving workshop. Register & details here.