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healing now

I will be putting up kriyas and meditations and other practices that I have found to be helpful for returning the body to its natural healing rhythmic order. Of course right now we are experiencing a pandemic in which extra caution must be taken to insure that you not only NOT get the virus, but that you do not transmit it (whether you know you have it or not) to others.


The news changes every day, but one thing is sure: taking care of yourself should be your primary concern. That means nourishing your body with healthy food and quality supplementation and feeding the mind with meditation and positive thoughts of healing, strength and vitality. Make sure that you get ample rest, keep yourself hydrated and do your best not to stress out. 

Everybody's life has changed drastically in the last week; we are much more alert and conscious about cleanliness and germs and how we occupy and share space with others. And now that the initial shock is subsiding somewhat, I see people are beginning to ask how they can be of service to others; to those who might need some extra assistance and support. 

Our Sunday morning Heartbeat House class has gone LIVE ON LINE. On March 15, we held the class at the studio on Instagram and this is the class from that day. Today and all Sundays until we go back to normal we will hold the class through the Heartbeat House account on ZOOM.  You can register for the classes, Kumbi will send you a link, and you can tune in on your computer, iphone, or ipad. We are working on working out the kinks...so if you have any suggestions on how we can make the presentation better, please let us know.  

Next week, we will have the gong. I highly recommend that you make Yogi Tea to drink throughout the day. Yogi Tea is a wonderful immunity building drink and cleanser and gives you a lot of energy.  Sat Nam.

This set below is from the classic Kundalini Yoga book, Yoga for Youth and Joy. In the practice of Kundalini yoga, you may lessen the times of the exercises but not extend them. You must also practice the exercises in sequence and exactly how they are written. This set is powerful and effective; working on many systems in the body (besides the Lymphatic system).  Regarding the one-minute breath: this is widely written about and published in many manuals but this particular write up is taken from my book, The Eleven Yogic Arts of Creative Living. I believe that the one-minute breath can change your life in a very short amount of time.

"Wherever you plug your mind, That  you shall be." - Yogi Bhajan

from 3/29 Zoom Heartbeat House class