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Karam Kriya As A Support To Kundalini Yoga Teachers And Practitioners
This course is particularly aimed at certified Kundalini Yoga teachers who would like to deepen and expand their understanding and practice of the content of the Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training program, through the multiple perspectives and interrelated experiences of the disciplines, arts and sciences of Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga
Learn the basics of Karam Kriya, and explore the relation between Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga. Review the 10 Spiritual Bodies through the primary intelligence of numbers and the universal principles of the Mul Mantra as embodied by the 10 Sikh Gurus.
Module 1 (Number 7)
Karam Kriya as a tool for training the mind to right understanding of the self and the world. The aura and the interconnected magnetic fields. The chakras. Meditative practice in the teaching space and in life.
Module 2 (number 5)
The body, the nervous system and the voice as multidimensional interfaces and instruments for creativity. The paradox and sacrifice of the teacher. Life and teaching as experience and experimentation. The dialogue as meditative practice. Five voices. The language of numbers and the vocabulary of Karam Kriya.
Module 3 (number 1)
The soul dimension. Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as discovery of and connection to the deeper self. Life as the dharmic journey of the soul. Anchoring and connecting to the vertical axis. The integrity of the teacher and the student.
Module 4 (number 2)
Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as modes of encountering and harnessing life’s polarities. The appropriate use of no, the negative mind and the creative use of sexual energy. How to approach needs and addictions, and develop devotion.
Module 5 (number 3)
The forms and kriyas of Kundalini Yoga. The positive mind. Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as a tools to re-write your history, dissolve karmic patterns, generate new ways of life, habits and modes of thinking. Joy, play and roles in the theatre of life.
Module 6 (number 4)
The opening of the heart and the development of the neutral mind. Seva and prayer. Productive choices. The art of Kundalini Yoga and Karam Kriya. Manifesting inner beauty. The teacher and the student as artist of the self.
Module 7 (number 6)
The spiritual warrior. Developing presence, intuition, response-ability, connecting to the invisible dimensions of the self and the world through Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga.
Module 8 (number 8)
Compassion, re-balance and right use of energy and power. Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as tools for mental and physical purification and access to prana.
Module 9 (number 9)
The mystery and subtlety of the teachings. Karam Kriya, Kundalini Yoga and the connection to the subtle body and the cosmic dimension of being. Developing patience, endurance and tolerance. Having a reference of reverence.
Module 10 (number 10)
Developing courage and radiance of being through Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga. Deep listening as an approach to life and the teachings. Perceive everything in its relation to the whole.
Residential workshop (at Quinta do Rajo, Portugal)
This optional 4 days residential module, taught by Shiv Charan Singh, is open to all and will include participants from both the UK and other European KK4KY courses.
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