Track 4 of Kundalini Hip Hop – Rakhay Rakhanhaar

Sitting with Crossed Legs and Prayer Position Laughing

Excited to release take one of the latest track for Kundalini Hip Hop.  The song is Rakhay Rakhanhaar and it is one of the five traditional Sadhna songs. Unlike the other tracks so far, I didn’t do a full translation of the song, nor did I sing all of the Gurmukhi lines.  Nonetheless, I like it and since it’s just the demo, there will be more to come for sure. Rakhay rakhanhaar aap ubaariun Gur kee pairee paa-eh kaaj savaariun Always looking, always looking, lighting the way for the Lord’s happy children Lord… Read More

Class to Strengthen the Magnetic Field and Reset the Nervous System – Blue Planetary Monkey, Jan 14

Illustration of doing a Nervous System Overhaul Kriya with Abstract Nervous System Artwork

We had our first outdoor class last night at the CommUnity Center and it was really nice.  There was just a bit of wind and we got to experience the crack between the worlds as we worked on our magnetic fields and nervous system. Here’s what we did: Preparatory Exercises for the Lungs, Magnetic Field and Deep Meditation (text description) Nervous System Overhaul (text description) Meditation – 11 minutes chanting Wahe Guru from Kundalini Sadhana album You can follow along with the first Kriya in the video below:

How My Hatha Practice Has Changed Due to Studying Kundalini Yoga

For some reason, I have been feeling a pull to do more Hatha style yoga in my daily practice.  This started as adding a sun salutation before I tuned in and has evolved to today, where I am doing close to a full Hatha set before starting my Kriyas. I appreciate the increased stretch and space and openess that hatha brings.  I also noticed that I bring a different awareness to my Hatha practice now that I’ve been practicing Kundalini for a couple of years.  A few specific areas where I’ve noticed… Read More

Chanting in a Geodesic Dome

This weekend I had a chance to do some yoga, dancing, and chanting in the geodesic dome at the Hostel in the Forest.  Although all were great, chanting was particularly amazing. For a long time I have sought out and appreciated spaces that allow you to use angles, surfaces, and shapes to enhance personal reverberation.  When you sit in the exact center of the hostel dome, it echoes the sound perfectly back to you.  When you walk around the dome you can chant at specific points in the sacred geometry of the… Read More