Year: 2019

Life/plans taking form

Sat Nam, Yes, I am a yogi now, so this is how I greet you. ūüėČ In all seriousness, I have been incorporating Kundalini Yoga in my routine, in baby steps. This past weekend was the fourth weekend of my L1 Teacher Training and I gave my first yoga class*! This happened during the collective morning practice, the sadhana. I liked it a lot and I wasn’t even nervous about it on the day itself. Maybe I found my thing at last. Or part of it. (*I taught the Kriya for the Lymph Glands, it’s a great one, like most are.) More serious news is that I am in doubt over whether to renew this domain or not. As you may notice right now: I have not been using this page, and I doubt if anyone has found it useful in the meantime. One reason for all this doubt and non-behaviour is that I am starting a new project and website in the future: sita-angad.com. Sita Angad Kaur is my spiritual name, hence the domain …

Music makes all the difference

There are times in which certain kinds of music can cause a great shift in your mood or even consciousness. Sometimes I forget about this possibility, and I get surprised by how powerful music can be. On that note I want to share some of the music I’ve been very thankful for in the last months and year. Ajeet Kaur:¬†My¬†favourite¬†song¬†is¬†the¬†live¬†version Kiss the Earth (live in Amsterdam), it is absolutely beautiful and soothing. My second favourite song from her is Peace: I love the shift that occurs in the middle (this is a spoiler, but it’s good to know for people who don’t like slow music!). And then Suniai. Relevant to note is that Ajeet Kaur is a kundalini yogi! This may explain some of the quality of the music and how easy it is so be carried away by it. (I’ve only listened to her music through YouTube so I don’t know all yet!) Rising Appalachia: This female duo makes very soulful and uplifting songs. I think their music really motivates to be optimistic and …

On my path & the kundalini yoga chapter

After my latest burst of inspiration for my blog in November, I have again found other inspirations elsewhere. I drifted away, again. I came back now because I keep having this need to justify and explain my writing behaviour and patterns. This comes forth of my need to live my soul purpose and to justify to myself why I am not fully doing that yet. These months I am doing a lot of inner work. The purpose is to get clear on my purpose and my very next moves, and to transform some inner blockages. I am full of dreams, but being practical about it, is not one of my strengths yet. Part of my difficulties seems to stem from the fact that my main interests are hard to put in boxes. I cannot even put it in words yet. I am interested in sustainability on a systems level: I love the interactions. I love to see, on the broader scale, what goes wrong and what goes well. I love to relate our personal experiences …