On the Bookshelf (or Kindle, Nook, IPAD etc.)

On the Bookshelf (or Kindle, Nook, IPAD etc.)

I remember after my first few classes wanting to read and learn more about Kundalini Yoga. “Doing” is the best way to experience it, but having some great reference books is helpful to process and better understand the experience.  The first book recommended to me and that I and many teachers suggest is Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa. This book is an accessible introduction to Kundalini Yoga, with information on poses and positions, diet and lifestyle, breathing and stretching techniques, chanting and meditation exercises. I think you will enjoy Shakti’s writing style which mixes profound ideas with humor and a friendly conversational tone. She uses songs, poems, stories and simple bullet points to make this ancient sacred science easy and appealing to both new students and seasoned practitioners alike. A must have for students of Kundalini Yoga ~Sat Ardas Kaur

MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa is the author of Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power, Tool Kit for Teaching Beginners,and Kundalini Postures and Poetry, and Marriage on the Spiritual Path. Shakti was Yogi Bhajan’s first student in the United States and has been teaching Kundalini Yoga since 1969. She is considered the “Mother of 3HO” and produced the 3HO Newsletter, The Science of Keeping Up, for over 30 years. Ordained a minister of Sikh Dharma in 1973, she lives in Los Angeles, California. Check out her video How it all Began.

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