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Kundalini literally means “the curl of the lock of hair of the beloved.” This poetic metaphor refers to the stream of energy and consciousness that exists within each of us, and enables us to unite with the universal Self. Fusing individual and universal consciousness creates a divine union, called yoga.
The primary objective of Kundalini Yoga is to awaken the full potential of your awareness. It helps you to recognize your awareness, cultivate it, and reach the next level of awareness – your unlimited Self.

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Kundalini is considered the most comprehensive of the yoga traditions, combining meditation, mantras, physical exercises and breathing techniques, among other features. It is called Raj Yog (or royal yoga), because it comprises all eight limbs of yoga into a singular practice to achieve absolute eminence. Also, because for a long time it was confined to royalty.

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Yogi Bhajan developed complete sets of exercises, consisting of the main Kundalini practices. These are called kriyas. They differ in length and complexity, so you can start with as little as 5 min a day. You can expect to experience bigger benefits as you increase your practice time. Remember, regularity is essential, so try to spend at least 5 min every day.

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To learn more about the first Kundalini Yoga teacher go to Yogi Bhajan.

Because of the very nature of Kundalini Yoga, achieving spiritual goals through physical exercise, the benefits are numerous and intertwined. The body affects the mind and emotions, and vice versa.
Physical benefits include:
– A flexible spine;
– A strengthened core;
– Expanded lung capacity;
– Increased energy;
– Improved bone health.
Mental and emotional benefits:
– Reduced stress and improved memory;
– A calm and focused mind;
– Greater joy of life and happiness;
– Protection from negativity;
– Better relationships with all people.
These are only few of the benefits. We will let you discover the full range for yourself.

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Something comfi and loose, which makes you feel good. Yogi Bhajan recommended white clothing from natural materials such as cotton and linen. This will help your aura and energy flow. Always wear something to cover your shoulders and spine. This will assist the awakening, flow and distribution of Kundalini (the energy of Prana, which flows in patterns or channels called Nadis) up and down your back.

To learn more about the first Kundalini Yoga teacher go to Yogi Bhajan.
Kundalini Yoga is generally practiced barefoot.
You can use a blanket or a shawl to cover your body during the relaxation period at the end of your practice. Otherwise, you might feel cold.

Usually a Kundalini yoga class starts with chanting for tuning in. Then are the pranayama and warming up exercises. The main part consists of set of asanas, which is called kriya. Then is time for deep relaxation, followed by meditation. To help you go back to your everyday activities, the session ends with some more chanting. The whole practice usually takes 40 to 60 min, but it can differ depending on the length of the particular kriya. When you practice at home, you can go for the classic Kundalini yoga structure, or you can change it according to your needs and preferences.

To learn more go to Kundalini Yoga Basics.

Especially if you are new, we recommend that you attend classes in person. Kundalini Lounge is perfect to help you complement these at home and while travelling, but we can also refer you to instruction by renowned teachers close to where you live or work.

If you already have experience, our videos include clear instructions, so you will find them easy to follow. We also recommend using an alignment mat just to be on the safe side.

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Yes, Kundalini Yoga and this site are all about your spiritual awakening. That’s why I launched Kundalini Lounge website initially absolutely free of charge. It was my place to share my love for yoga. I didn’t even notice the moment, when it started developing by itself. I only witnessed the end result – it became much bigger than I could manage by myself.

Since 2009 I have met so many incredible teachers and I have learnt so much that I needed significantly bigger platform to share everything with you. Now I work with a team of specialists, and this is the reason why I made the premium membership paid. This gives me the opportunity to offer you a truly remarkable yoga experience. Sat Nam!