Yayy I’m so excited to announce that myy January 1st Challenge is now LIVE! That means that the spots are readily available to snag. As always, I like to keep these groups small so we can remain FOCUSED on reaching our goals. Did I mention if you’re involved in one of my challenges you have the option each month there after to continue in my challenges if you so choose! On the left you’ll see all the goodness included during my challenges whereas the graphic on the bottom left dives into the extra goodies I throw in completely optionally.
Below you’ll find a video breaking down the 3 requirements in order to join my FB accountability groups:
Leave a comment, msg me on Facebook or -mail me with any and all questions! Looking forward to kicking ass this new year and becoming a healthier & happier version of myself. It’s never too late to start. 🙂
When I wake up, when I drive, when I meditate, when I cook, when I eat, when I work, when I teach and when I sleep I play mantra. Okay, so it may not be exactly 24/7 but it sure is close! Why? This is a funny question as I type it because I feel as if you truly want to understand the why, you must learn by experience and saturate yourSELF in mantra.
“Mantras are not small things, mantras have power. They are the mind vibration in relationship to the Cosmos. The science of mantra is based on the knowledge that sound is a form of energy having structure, power, and a definite predictable effect on the chakras and the human psyche.” ~Yogi Bhajan
My teacher’s teacher dives into the power of mantra in the video below. I absolutely love his perspective, especially on the bridge between contemporary music and mantras! Take a look:
Because I’m curious… Respond to the following questions with a comment below:
- How do you use mantras in your daily life?
- Do you have a favorite mantra?
- Do you listen to mantras during the day?
- What is the most profound thing you have experienced during chanting?
- If you have any questions about mantra leave a comment below!
- Do you have questions about mantras in Kundalini Yoga – their pronunciation, where they come from or what they mean?
3 minutes a day is better than 31 minutes once a week.
Did you know, that in as little as 3 minutes you affect your circulation, blood chemistry and electromagnetic field while performing a mantra meditation or kriya? For example, 3 minutes of breath of fire is equivalent of 20 minutes of long deep breathing. Lets be honest, we want the biggest bang for our buck and TIME. We’re all busy and sometimes the ego mind takes over, making excuses as to why we don’t have time to meditate. Again, this is the ego mind talking. Yes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes seems like a long time but 3 minutes? I think our ego can loosen up to that idea. It only takes 3 minutes to completely shift your consciousness and uplift yourself. When we take this time to take care of ourselves, everything else in our lives will take care of themselves! Plugging in our navel center first thing in the morning, again only for 3 minutes- will affect our inner strength, power, outlook and give our body the fresh oxygen it craves.
I’m so passionate about 3 minute meditations because I know how doable they are! First thing before leaving the house:
3 minutes Breath of Fire!
3 minutes Cat Cow!
3 minutes Sat Kriya!
Maybe you try a combination of a few listed above. Dedicate yourself to 3 minutes a day for 40 days to change a habit. Today a friend and I are holding one another accountable for 40 days of Sat Kriya. My experience this morning is what inspired me to write this blog post. I felt so refreshed afterwards, I felt so good about myself and honestly couldn’t stop smiling. I’m excited for these next 39 days, every single one of them. If you’re curious about Sat Kriya here’s an excellent video to learn how and why we do it:
“The greatest reward of doing sadhana is that the person becomes incapable of being defeated. Sadhana is a self-victory, and it is a victory over time and space. Getting up is a victory over time, and doing it is a victory over space. That is what sadhana is. And when you do a sadhana in the sangat, you enrich yourself in multiple ways.” -Yogi Bhajan