Happy Birthday to Yogi Bhajan
Happy Birthday to Yogi Bhajan, my beloved teacher!
I woke up this morning at 2:45am to make it to the new incredible yoga studio RAMA Boulder. There was a special morning sadhana with Sukhraj (Trista) and Guru Jagat who is honoring us from California (RAMA Venice) to celebrate and honor Yogi Bhajan's Birthday. Sadhana began this morning at 3:30am with recitation of Japi then at 4:00 am we joined the simultaneous worldwide Guru Ram Das Chant, followed by a Kundalini Yoga warm-up set and a 2 1/2 hour chant of Long Ek Ong Kars.
The combination of being Yogi Bhajan's birthday today, all the work that went into the opening of the new RAMA Boulder studio and the Kundalini Yoga community in Boulder coming together, it was a powerful morning Sadhana. RAMA Boulder is instantly becoming a place where our community can come to celebrate, learn and grow together. All week there are special classes with the full schedule beginning on Monday August 31, 2015. Please come and enjoy one of the many classes taught by Sukhraj, myself and other incredible teachers. Please check out the RAMA Boulder Schedule and I hope to see you in one of my classes.
I am truly blessed to have found the practice of Kundalini Yoga. It has changed my life to have learned this incredible technology that was brought to us by Yogi Bhajan. I have had the honor of learning from the best teachers here in Boulder, in Phoenix, and now from Venice, California. I have made so many friends through this experience and truly feel a part of a community. My body, mind, soul, and heart have opened to who I am, the strengths and gives I hold, my path in this world, and all the the miracles that surround me.
Happy Birthday Yogi Bhajan and thank you!
One who loves, loves all not the one. When you love, all the one loves you because you are the one. Learn to love and love has no territory. Who has territory has not learned love because how can unlimited become limited. Love is God my dear, God is love and God and love cannot be separated. With love you find God. And how can you be limited and be God. Because God is unlimited. But in our limited life, with our jealousies and insecurity we want we to be loved alone and none else. We want to be respected alone, and none else. Only those shall be respected who respect all. Those shall be loved who love all. Those shall be given who give all. Those will have the share who share with all.
Yogi Bhajan 7/9/79