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Kundalini Yoga Miami is one of only a few centers in the world that offers Aquarian Sadhana to the public everyday.
Yes, everyday! Even holidays.
Sadhana starts at 4:00am EVERYDAY and completes at 6:30am with an optional sharing circle and warm chai tea. You can come to as much or as little as you feel you need. Please enter the sacred space quietly whatever time you arrive.
For the greatest transformation we encourage you to experience the FULL SADHANA of Jap Ji recitation, kundalini yoga & meditation, 1 hour of mantra AND connection in the post sharing circle. People from all walks of life and backgrounds come to our daily sadhana practice. So far, from the 100’s of people that have come to practice sadhana at KYM over the years, 67 people have committed to the experience 40 days of sadhana IN A ROW, 9 people have done 90 days and 6 people have done 120 days.Try it once or try our 40 Day Aquarian Sadhana Challenge. We support you either way!
The two and a half hours before dawn are called the Nectar time (Amrit Vela) for meditation because 40 breaths per breath (the greatest possible pranic energy) are available in the pre-dawn hours. The Amrit Vela is a peaceful time when the distractions and energies of the day have not battered one’s body or carried one’s mind away from the infinite possibilities dancing within stillness. It is a time when spiritual masters travel within their subtle bodies to bless the earth – and all those whose very presence is a blessing.
Early morning sadhana as taught by Yogi Bhajan incorporates Japji Sahib, (a prayer of attunement with the soul), Kundalini yoga, meditation, mantras and morning sharing circle. It is an opportunity to develop one’s sense of devotion and power of prayer within a spiritual community that values transformational discipline.
During approximately four decades of worldwide teaching, Yogi Bhajan consistently referred to sadhana as the most important practice one could do to effect change and achieve success. Whenever anyone would ask him how he became so great he would always respond, Sadhana. First you make the habit, then the habit makes you. He referred to sadhana in lectures and classes as the basis from which our successes and victories would spring and be kept in balance. If we wished to flourish and find the reserve energy and flexibility to thrive within every realm of our life, then daily early morning sadhana was a must.We are very honored and excited for this opportunity to share such an amazing experience with you! Sat Nam, Kundalini Yoga Miami
1) Sadhana is not a class. It is a morning group practice with less instruction during the yoga. Any questions you may have are welcomed during the sharing circle. Because sadhana is not a class there is no registration or a fee. Donations are welcomed and can be left in the donation bowl at the front desk.
2) We welcome all to join in for the prayer, the yoga and the mantras. However, There is no obligation to recite the Japji, perform the kriya or sing the mantras. Anyone is welcome to come at any time and leave any time and to participate in as much or as little of the sadhana as is right for you.
3) We please ask that the prayer books not be placed directly on the floor. Please kindly place them on your mat, pillow, blanket or return them to the basket.
4) In respect to the quietude of the amrit vela, we ask that you enter & exit the center and the practice room as quietly as possible and keep conversations at a minimum, if at all, and to please speak at a whisper.
5) Sadhana guests please enter through the back door located in the parking lot.
6) The center does carry blankets, pillows and other props but there is no guarantee that this will be available upon your arrival. Please bring your own if you prefer.
7) We love keeping our sacred space as clean as possible. Any help you wish to offer will be greatly appreciated. Karmic yoga practices include folding blankets, washing tea mugs, light sweeping, etc. Volunteer in the sharing circle or ask the sadhana leader how you can help.
Thank You & Sat Nam!