*It is always a good idea to register for events in advance (online or in-studio) as many of our events do sell out. If you purchase a ticket online, your name will be placed on a list of pre-registrants, and you will simply check-in at the door. Online registrants should receive a confirmation email from PayPal soon after registering. Tickets will not be mailed.
𓆙 NINE YEARS 𓆙
SATURDAY MAY 18 5:30pm
update: Sound Healing is Full, but please RSVP to attend dinner at 7:30pm
Join us in celebration of Kundalini Rising. Our doors opened exactly nine years ago on May 18.
5:15pm- arrive and set up your spot for light Kundalini Yoga + one hour sound healing session + 31 minute Mahan Jap Meditation
7:30pm - yummy vegetarian dinner + yogi tea + chamomile hibiscus tea + dessert
+ It's a FULL MOON!
𑁍 FREE EVENT
𑁍 DONATIONS GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED
𑁍 VERY LIMITED SPACE
**MUST** RSVP by Friday, May 17th by 7pm latest.
Thank you for so many amazing years, yogis!💓🙏🏽
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FREE COMMUNITY TRADITIONAL AQUARIAN SADHANA
FEBRUARY 2 5am
+First Saturday of every month (2019 dates listed below)
Doing sadhana in a group develops group consciousness.
The Aquarian Sadhana prepares our psyches to excel in the new environments that are already upon us as well as those coming in future decades. It develops our intuition, stamina, and self-awareness to face the current challenges of information overload, globalization, environmental changes, and the list goes on.
It attunes the gunas, balances the tattvas, chakras, and your mind to the change of the Age. It builds intuition, stamina (both physical and mental) self-awareness, and a new depth of spiritual experience that can hold our identity in the face of these relentless changes that are upon us.
The Aquarian Sadhana is practiced by Kundalini Yoga communities across the world. One of the many gifts of doing sadhana in group is that it amplifies the impact of the yoga and meditation.
5am - *Japji Sahib recititation
5:25 - Kundalini Yoga Kriya
6:10 - One hour of Aquarian Sadhana Mantras
7:15 - Yogi Tea + Vegetarian Potluck
All are welcomed to bring a small item to share with the group (fruit, bread, granola, yogurt, etc) however, not required to participate. Please cover your head with a scarf, turban, or beanie and arrive quitely. Bring a yoga mat and cushion. If you do not have one, we have extra mats to loan. We look forward to seeing you there!
*What is the Japji Sahib? Follow this link for more info
Many simply listen to the recitation of Japji while silently meditating. There is also an App you can download HERE and follow along.
Remaining 2019 Dates:
June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5, November 2, December 7
Visit us at our Studio at 1218 Wedgewood Ave, Nashville, Tennessee 37212,
SUNDAY SATSANG *Free/donations accepted
Time & Space to offer devotional prayer * Drop in/out at any time during
A prayer bowl will be available
Japji Sahib is a prayer/song. Japji Sahib means 'Song of the Soul'. It came through Guru Nanak in the early 1500s. Singing this Song and listening to the words with Loving Acceptance, can bring one into a state of True Yoga! Intonication in union with the Divine essence upholding and living through all of creation!
Param Karam Dharam is a Kundalini Yoga Kriya. In essence, it means 'Supreme Flow of the Universe'. It is a simple, flowing movement that syncs up with the breath. It brings us into a deep state of awareness that we are not the doers, but the doors. We are not doing the spiritual practice, the spiritual practice is doing us. The Creator is creating the creation, and through its creatures, it is engaging in a magnificent song and dance for Itself! When practiced with sincerity it will bring clarity to your purpose on planet earth, invoke fearlessness in the face of the unknown. It will also bring healing, by opening all the meridians of the body, allowing the life force that animates all things to flow harmoniously, and circulate and oxygenate the bloodstream. Which feels absolutely wonderful!
Morning Call aka Long Ek Ong Kars (Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wha Hey Guru) "This mantra is known as the Ashtang Mantra for the Aquarian Age. It will open the solar plexus, which in turn will charge the solar centers. The person will get connected with the Cosmic Energy, and thus will be liberated from the cycle of time and karma. Those who meditate on this mantra in silence will charge their solar centers and be one with the Divine. That is why I speak to you of why we should meditate and recite this mantra." -YB
Sukhmani Sahib (English recitation) "The Sukhmani Sahib was brought forth by Guru Arjun Dev Ji. His life exemplified meditation and service. He was also a literary and musical genius. Composing over 2,000 original devotional songs, known as Shabds (Shabad- sound current that cuts the ego). The main teaching is to see the One Divine Light in all Creation. The Adi Granth embodies this teaching of Oneness and Unity as one of the first truly inter-faith sacred works. It includes songs of wise peoples from diverse times and backgrounds whose poetry resonated with the message of Oneness. The songs/Shabads present in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib are for all of humanity, and are open and free for all!
"Sukhmani Sahib is one of the most outrageously positive songs ever written about human consciousness and the human condition. In this modern world full of negativity delivered through a constant barrage of media, gossip, and news, where it sometimes seems that we do nothing, but ferret out each other's weakness for cruel intentions- Sukhmani Sahib seems almost impossible to understand. In these verses Guru Arjan Dev Ji unabashedly celebrates the uplifting relationship between the human and the Creator. He describes a life of potential Beauty possible for each one of us when such a relationship becomes the conscious center of our lives" - Ek Ong Kaar