“The baby that is born is longing to belong” – Yogi Bhajan
In this Episode, we will talk with Guru Jagat Kaur from France and Charan Kamal, Ingrid Bal from Nederlands about the Postnatal Support Network and the amizing job they are doing for helping the parents and their child after birth.
Founder of the “Kundalini Yoga Doula School”, Gurujagat Kaur studied Kundalini yoga and KY maternity wisdom with Yogi Bhajan since 1975 in Amsterdam and the USA.
She is dedicated to supporting and serving women on the sacred path of becoming a mother. She teaches, prepares and accompanies mothers and couples on the path of mindful pregnancy, fostering empowered birth alongside calm postnatal time.
She trains Yoga-Doulas to offer non-medical support to mothers-to-be, through the practice of Yoga, applied Ayurveda & dynamic educational material.
Trained in NLP and systemic family therapy, GJK works as a counselor for individuals, couples and families.
Gurujagat Kaur is co-founder of the “Postnatal Support Network”, a UK registered Charity, created to promote the importance of postnatal rest and bonding time for mothers and newborns.
Ingrid Bal/ Charan Kamal Kaur, yoga teacher, postnatal doula and communication manager in corporate business, is the project manager for the Postnatal Support Network international charity.
More information about The Postnatal Support Network.
“Meditation is the self invoked hypnotic dream state that clears the subconscious” – Yogi Bhajan
Jivan Mukta Singh is a Kundalini yogi, teacher, lead trainer (Level 1 & 2), and healer born in Chile.
He is the creator and director of the “Meditative Healing Program” which has been taught in half a dozen of countries in Europe.
This Program is accredited by the International Kundalini Yoga Teacher Association (IKYTA) in USA. He received his Doctoral degree in Study of Religions from the University of Helsinki.
He has published several articles on spirituality, yoga and healing. He has been part of several projects about Kundalini Yoga teaching & spiritual living for men. In 2015 he developed an education called “Total Man Training”, also accredited by IKYTA.
We will go in depth with him about healing through meditation.
“Seriousness is a sickness” – Ananda Das
Ananda Das comes from a spiritual family from Punjab, India. His Mother who also happens to be his first spiritual teacher was a Raj Yogi and an Ayurvedic Medicine Practitioner helping and healing many people all her life.
In 1995 his search for the True Self became sincere and intensive after receiving a Shaktipath initiation in the holy city of Vrindavan through his enlightened Master Devraha Baba Ji. He gave Ananda Das a transformative experience of the silent awareness and a blissful state of beingness.
Since then he has dedicated his life to deepen that experience. He is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Certified Teacher of Childplay Yoga Program by Gurudass Kaur and a Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher from Laughter Yoga University (Bangalore, India).
Ananda Das is a gifted spiritual guide who imparts this trans-formative wisdom through direct transmission of vibrations with less words and more “Experience”. Presently he is based in Spain and travels around the world giving Workshops of Kundalini Yoga, Laughter Yoga and Meditation.
We will go in depth with him about the power of Laughter Yoga.
You can visite his website for more information.
“Karma are habits that you serve. Dharma are habits that serve you” – Shiv Charan Singh
Ram Singh came in touch with Kundalini Yoga as a child in Togo (West Africa) in the early eighties. Since then he never stopped exploring the unfathomable richness of the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. Since many years he has been blessed to be guided by his spiritual teacher, Shiv Charan Singh, through that deep journey .
After years of teaching in contexts where Yoga is still little present – a center for drug addicts, a group of elderly students, an institution for autistic teenagers, a nursing training school, etc. – he and his wife Gururavi Kaur founded in 2011 the Dharamsal Yoga Center in Toulouse, France, dedicated to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga.
As a Kundalini Yoga Lead Teacher Trainer, Ram Singh is involved in several KRI-approved Teacher Training programs worldwide: School of Karam Kriya, École de Paris, International College of Kundalini Yoga, Yoga Teachers 4 Africa… Ram Singh is also involved in the teaching of Karam Kriya, the sacred science of applied numerology.
A singer and a musician, he is the author of three albums of mantras of Kundalini Yoga and sacred songs from the Sikh traditions. And as a lover of Sikh sacred scriptures, Ram Singh teaches courses on Jap Jī Sāhib. After translating the Jap Jī and the whole Nitnem – the collection of Sikh daily recitations – into French, he has recently committed to complete the translation of the whole Sirī Gurū Granth Sāhib.
“Because we don’t want to deal,
we don’t heal” – Pr. Surinder Singh
Professor Surinder Singh was born in 1969 in Kapurthala, Punjab, northern India.
From a very young age, he has been taught by eminent Masters who introduced him to the deeply spiritual and healing aspects of Indian music.
In 1994 in London, Surinder Singh founded the Raj Academy of Asian Music, which later became the non-profit organisation now known as Raj Academy Conservatoire. The Academy is an international institution and it quickly became one of the most eminent schools for the study and practice of classical Indian music and Gurmat Sangeet of the Sikh musical tradition.
He is also one of the few teachers to introduce Naad Yoga to the West so that all can now benefit from its profound healing properties.
In this episode, we will go in depth with him about healing through Naad Yoga, the Yoga of Sound.
The Three Laws of Prosperity:
Be kind to everyone
Never speak ill of anyone
Never speak ill of yourself
When Jot Singh was nineteen years old and in college studying fine arts, he began to practice Kundalini yoga and meditation daily and started living a healthy, vegetarian lifestyle.
He met Yogi Bhajan who said he should use his artistic gifts to create things that uplift and inspire people. Jot followed this suggestion and since then has had great success with his work as a gold and silversmith producing amazing items like Kirpans and jewellery. Jot is a Sikh minister, a committed Yogi and he has just published an e-book about Sadhana.
We talked with Jot about what Sadhana brought to him in his life and Sadhana in connexion with success and prosperity.
Immerse yourself/ask questions of a sage team at: MorningSadhana.org
Find more about the jewellery and artful objects he creates here:
The World’s Finest Kirpans
Watch the Artisan-made Kirpan video-click below!
Gurudass Kaur Khalsa was one of the first students of Yogi Bhajan.
She has been teaching Kids for 40 years and has made many mantra albums.
In this interview, she tells us about her Ashram life with Yogi Bhajan, about her experience of teaching kids Yoga, and about her beautiful music
The times we have met her, we have always been amazed about her capacity to share joy and love, to serve, to play. We have asked her what her secret is.
You can find some more information about her on her website.
Olivier Bagnérés begins Kundalini Yoga with Guru Charan Singh in Boston, USA. After he experiences the White Tantra he stops Kundalini Yoga to start practicing Tai Chi intensively.
Back in France, in 1992, Kundalini Yoga comes on his path again when his wife start going to class with this teacher, Karta Singh, who spends the night at their place on Wednesday evenings. Olivier gets along with Karta to whom he is giving some legal advices for the “La Fontaine” project.
In August 1993 Olivier attends the workshop “awakening of the Self” and it changes his life. From that point he starts his life as a yogi, quits his job and gets up every morning at 4.30 to do his daily 2.5 hours Sadhana, without missing a day 7 years long.
At this point he wants to meet Yogi Bhajan as much as possible and travels to USA, Germany, France and India to see him. Yogi Bhajan gives Olivier and his wife the names Atma Kaur and Atma Singh.
Atma Singh is currently marketing the very successful Yogi Tea in France and is often seen handing out Yogi Tea at sports arrangements.
In this episode, Atma Singh is telling us how he met Yogi Bhajan for the first time in Satya Singh’s kitchen in Germany. We also talk with him about the future of Kundalini Yoga, about Sadhana and the importance of discipline in the life of a yogi.
Mukta Kaur Khalsa, PhD is a worldwide trainer and lecturer to healthcare specialists, government officials and yoga communities. She has an interesting background, having been a special representative to the United Nations Office of Drug Control and Crime in Vienna, Austria, and was trained personally by Yogi Bhajan in SuperHealth therapies for 30 years.
SuperHealth is developed by Yogi Bhajan, the approach combines the ancient wisdom of yogic science with the innovations of western sciences. The core technology incorporates Kundalini Yoga, meditation, breathing, nutrition restoration with specific dietary and therapeutic juice formulas, counseling and Science of Humanology (applied psychology from the perspective of Kundalini yoga).
Mukta has had great success, she directed the first yoga-based specialized hospital for substance abuse and mental health which has been rated in the top 10 percent in the United states by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, an arm of the American Medical Association. She has also written two books called Meditations for Addictive Behavior and Healing Addictive Behavior. Mukta also gives personal consultations and as a clinician and healer.
We talked to Mukta about how to recognize that we have an addiction, about unconscious triggers in regards to addictions, what she thinks is the most important for people who want to overcome addictions and a recommended daily Yogic practice.