kundalini yoga:

Summer Solstice

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elena tchoujtchenko
Standard / 10.75" x 8.25"
32 pages Wire-O
desert, happy, India, kundalini, meditaion, people, Religion, sikh, Sky, smile, solstice, spirituality, summer, Yoga, Yogi Bhajan

SummerEvery Year thousands of people from all over the world gather together in Espanola, New Mexico, USA to practice Kundalini Yoga and celebrate the Summer Solstice - the time of the year when the sun is at it's highest position in a sky and the energy on earth is amplified. Kundalini Yoga was brought to America and first time taught publicly by Yogi Bhajan in 1969, who himself practiced Sikhism. Regardless of that fact, many Kundalini Yoga practices are deeply rooted in Sikhism. Becoming a Sikh is not required for practicing Kundalini Yoga. But many people are influenced by the devotional aspects of Kundalini Yoga and do become Sikhs as a result of their yoga practice. Sikhism is not imposed on anyone at Summer Solstice but it's influence is found everywhere and people get educated and participate in Sikh's rituals and prayers.

kundalini yoga: Summer Solstice

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