Forget learning how to live, here are the three ways to die…

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I was watching a beautiful film lately: On Yoga, The Architecture Of Peace, which is an exquisitely shot exploration into this sacred practice that has come to mean so many different things for so many of us. One of the themes … Continue reading

Got flu? Try Yogi Bhajan’s cure-all onion recipe aka Solstice Hot Sauce

Solstice hot sauce

Lauded as one of the super-roots trinity alongside garlic and ginger, onions are on our daily requirement list for optimal health. At Yogi Bhajan’s kundalini yoga summer and winter solstice celebrations, they would serve up onion-heavy ‘Solstice Hot Sauce’ along … Continue reading

What happened during 40 days of Kirtan Kriya…

Gemma Bliss kirtan kriya

My friend is soon to embark on a journey into plant medicine in Peru. She chose to prepare for it with kundalini yoga, and what better preparation than a daily practice of Kirtan Kriya – the Sa Ta Na Ma meditation.  With an … Continue reading

Akaal: The liberation chant to guide a soul through death

Alun Jones

Last week, an old friend took his own life. He was 51, and so very bright. He lived life right on the edge, following his wanderlust (and his paraglider) to India, Japan, Burma, Bali. He was hilarious, big-hearted and fun, and he lived … Continue reading

Initiating authentic relationships: The ‘greeting strangers’ kriya

Gemma Bliss and Nishad Kala

Last year Nish and I spent a few days in a tiny village in the mountains of southern Spain called Mijas Pueblo. It’s a special place; crystal clear air, whitewashed walls, terracotta pots spilling with geraniums, donkey carts, sprawling views out across the ocean … Continue reading

A meeting with Sat Jivan – one of Yogi Bhajan’s original students, by Ram Nam Singh

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When I travel around the world (not half as much as I’d like to), I try to visit local kundalini yoga studios, even if I’m not familiar with the language. This was not the case in New York’s Kundalini Yoga East studio, … Continue reading