Kundalini For Clearing-Sat Kriya Video
Kundalini For Clearing-Sat Kriya

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Kundalini For Clearing-Sat Kriya

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Sat Kriya is a powerful kriya with numerous benefits. It strengthens the nervous system and sexual system, and stimulates the natural flow of energy. But the best benefit of this kriya is the clearing effect for the emotions and the mind. Feeling stressed, angry, sad, or worried? Learn this kriya, practice it for just three minutes, and feel the calming, clearing benefits in this class with Lindsey Lewis.


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elainerose, posted on January 25, 2016

Wow! Thank you. This is going to become a regular position. I love it, I feel it.

valena, posted on January 21, 2016

Kundalini is amazing! Discomforting a bit but felt as if was a healing as well! I will keep on practicing!
Sat Nam

sabineschulte, posted on May 17, 2015

Thank you, Lindaey! Sat Kriaya is one of my favourite, since this one kriya can transform your life. Yogi Bhajan says about this Kriya: "If you don't have time to practice anything else, practice Sat Kriya!"
I would like to add on, that it is very important to pull Mulhaband (Root Lock) at the end of the Kriya to raise the Kundalini Energy up to the spine. If you miss that part you missed the main point of doing this Kriya. As a KY teacher I would also instruct my students to relax their shoulders down, while lengthening their arms and stretching up to the sky. Often students brining their shoulders up as well, which results in a tight neck muscle. Please forgive me, that I mentioned those two things, but I know, that if they are applied Sat Kriya will be an enjoyable, amazing and powerful practice! SAT NAM

genevieveofthewell, posted on June 18, 2015

Sabine I would be interested to know how to pull Mulhaband (the Root Lock). Thank you! :)

katiewalkerca, posted on February 22, 2014

Great as a quick practice for focus and to clear. Thank you!

difoster, posted on June 24, 2013

I just started to practice sat kriya about a week ago. Thanks for the video.

mrenkow, posted on March 8, 2013

8 min of the same breathing/kneeling position made me annoyed.

lindseylewis, posted on August 23, 2012

Hey Victor; I'm glad you liked it, thanks for practicing with me : ) This is a toughie to respond to without actually seeing you do it, but here goes: try an inhale before you say the mantra. And don't worry about doing it at the same pace as me. For now prioritize simply saying it at a pace that enables you to breathe. Much love

victorgarza, posted on August 23, 2012

I loved this mantra.
how do you make the breath with mantra?
I can't breath when I pronounce the mantra.
Thank you

energiayoga, posted on July 30, 2012

Great as a warm up. Body heats up quick.

tomass, posted on May 2, 2012

Hello, i have a bit of a problem with this wonderful practice, at the both nam and sat are pushing air out should i leave a space so i can breathe in or should i breathe during the sat?

mecdesigns, posted on January 3, 2012

Thank you Lindsay, I would love to see more Kundalini meditations from you!

lindseylewis, posted on November 30, 2011

Thanks for the feedback Tine! Kundalini is powerful stuff. p.s. If you feel pain, please feel free to rest. Discomfort is okay, but if it's pain please feel free to ease out and rest for a bit. Much love!

tinesand, posted on November 30, 2011

I have always been a little bit skeptical towards kundalini yoga. But now I'm reading a book called "Meditation as medicine" by Dharma Singh Khalsa M.D. M.D. and he has a kundalini based yoga background. I'm so fascinated with his testimonies of results from this way of meditating and practicing yoga, that I have now decided to really give kundalini yoga a chance. And this particular kriya practice surprised me. Though my neck and shoulders are feeling beat up, I felt something releasing insede me through the pain. And the mantra made me go deep. Weird and amazing! Thank you Lindsey for leading us through awakening our kundalini.

naturalyogini, posted on September 1, 2011

I did this again this morning and a lot of stuff came up. I think this will be my 40 day meditation. Thanks Liindsey.

lindseylewis, posted on August 15, 2011

thanks again brooklyn! I love this kriya. yup, you'll notice that this variation is a variation--since the style of Kundalini yoga I teach is not 'as taught by Yogi Bhajan' but rather one I've learned from various teachers including my friend and mentor Swami Maheshananda Saraswati. of course feel free to add the root lock and pranayama you're comfortable with. all the best to you!

lindseylewis, posted on July 12, 2011

so glad this worked out for you katelisa.

KateLisa, posted on July 12, 2011

Fantastic, arms ached a little but then started to feel lighter and refreshed. The effects are powerful, very nice!

possum, posted on June 2, 2010

Found this hard at first but staying mindful to the mantra helped me to stay focused. Now I feel great, thank you for this practice. Roy.

k1m, posted on September 3, 2014

I was hoping to get more guidance in to how doing a good Sat Kriya. It's supposed to be a lot faster and women should have their left finger over the right thumb, men vice versa. This video would have been good to practice with if it was a 3 min on and 2 min relax cycle to add to my daily practice.

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