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About the word Kundalini

May 20, 2011

The awakening of the Kundalini energy is the goal of all forms of Yoga. The origin of the word “Kundalini” comes from the Sanskrit Kundal, which means "curl of hair of the loved one". Unwinding this "hair" means awakening the creative potential that exists in every human being. In the physical body the Kundalini lives at the base of the spinal column. Kundalini Yoga also includes practices such as Sat Nam Rasayan (healing through a meditative state of awareness), Heavenly Communication (mantra meditation using hand and arm movement), and White Tantra Yoga (group meditation to release subconscious mind blockages). ). The Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training It takes place in all parts of the world, where you can become a certified instructor and gain experience and deep understanding of the fundamentals of the science of Kundalini yoga, as well as learn anatomy, humanology, asanas, meditations, food and yogic lifestyle. Numerous Kundalini Yoga festivals are also held around the world. The most important is the European Yoga Festival which organized by 3HO. About 2000 people from Europe (and even people from America, Africa and Asia) gather in a natural environment to practice 8 days of Kundalini Yoga. In Spain, the Spanish Association of Kundalini Yoga (AEKY) is in charge of certifying, disseminating and preserving the teachings. In recent years, a large number of people have approached Kundalini Yoga, which has allowed them to experience an opening of their senses with the extensive benefits that this loving but powerful philosophy brings, as well as the reward of physical balance, projection of energy and peace of mind. The experience allows you to dive inward and awaken your soul, rediscover your true self to recognize your potential and destiny. That is, incorporating it into everyday life, without makeup and seeing the beauty in one and in others. Article written by Vanesa del Shunia Yoga Center, Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training School in Barcelona.

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