International Festival of Kundalini Yoga Brazil “Vibrate the Cosmos and the Cosmos Will Clear the Way”.

The International Kundalini Yoga Festival in Brazil is the event that happens every two years and brings together people from various Brazilian states and from other countries. The 2017 event “Vibrate the Cosmos and the Cosmos will clean the Way” brought together doctors, specialists, yogis and sympathizers of this practice in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.

The postures in Kundalini Yoga and their benefits

The postures in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®, also called asanas, form angles and triangles with the body. Those stimulate the energy flow of the eight chakras (energy centers interconnected of the body) and lead one to meet with the totality of the self. These postures relax and stretch the muscles and prepare the person to enter fastest in the meditative process.

Interview – The use of Mantras and Shabbads in Kundalini Yoga for cleansing and healing

According to the teachings of Kundalini yoga the mantras have a structure, power and effect on the mind through the vibration of sound, according to laws of physics and metaphysics. Through the mind we perceive, we analyze the world and we have emotions, thoughts and feelings. In this way, our mind creates automatic habits and patterns, and many of them cause us to act and react in a limited, uncontrolled, and emotional way.

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SUNI-AI This blog was created to share information about Kundalini yoga, expansion of consciousness,health and wellness. Themes to motivate people in the search for a balanced life with more meaning and happiness. The choice of the name Suni-ai  arrived from the desire of finding answers in the silence; Suni-ai means listening to the subtle inner […]

What is Kundalini Yoga?

What is kundalini yoga?

Kundalini Yoga, as taught by YogiBhajan®, is a yoga practice which promotes physical and mental conditioning helping people to become stronger and readier to face the challenges of everyday life. It is a way of wakening human consciousness. The practice integrates postures (asanas), breathing (pranayamas), meditations and mantras.