*Many of the exercises that dominate the Kundalini Yoga practice are designed to redirect the primal energies of the body to flow upwards, opening and awakening the higher centers of consciousnesses. Both pregnancy and menstruation are special times for woman to give respect to the natural flow of these energies and allow them to be. All exercises that stimulate the navel, invert the body or direct the energy upwards as during Mulabhanda or Root Lock are thereby contradicted. If you are pregnant you can practice regular Kundalini Yoga until the 120th day. After that time practice only prenatal yoga.
This meditation creates a friction with your mind that will strengthen it to move through obstacles. Train your mind to ignite self-healing strength. The meditation helps balance the nervous system and supports detoxification.Time: 21 Minutes
This mantra cuts through space to project healing to those who need it. It will catch your thought waves and make you aware of what you project to others. We have a power of impact, even across time and space, and that energy circulates back.Time: 16 Minutes
This warm, calming meditation is like being embraced. You will become thoughtless. You will experience deep inner peace and relaxation. Concentrate on the breath and it will give you a power and prevailing peace.Time: 36 Minutes
This is an easy kriya you can do in bed before you rise for the day that takes only 15 minutes. Wake up the body and mind. Done entirely laying down it is also good at any time of the day to get the body relaxed and loose.Time: 23 Minutes