“ Getting up in the morning for sadhana is totally a selfish act – for personal strength, for personal intuition, for personal sharpness, for personal discipline, and over and all, for personal absolute commitment.”
~ Yogi Bhajan
Morning Sadhana is a beautiful way to begin your morning and set the course for your day so that you leave feeling clear, uplifted, and inspired. We begin each morning in the amrit vela at 4:00am with the recitation of Japji, a sacred poem written by the first Guru, Guru Nanak. “Jap means to repeat, and Ji means soul. The repetition of Japji gives you a consistent projection and allows you to access your own infinite source of inspiration and depth.” From 4:25am to 5:30am we practice an hour of Kundalini Yoga, and from 5:30am to 6:30 am we meditate with music and chanting. *Sunday’s begin 40 minutes later, with JapJi starting at 4:40am and yoga starting at 5:00am.
There is no cost for Morning Sadhana, and you are very welcome to show up at anytime during the 2.5 hours!
**Please be mindful of the sensitivity at this time of day: avoid loud noises when you arrrive, do not wear any scents or perfumes when you’re attending Sadhana.
If you are unable to join us, but would really like to participate, please check the Yoga at the Ashram Facebook page for cached and current live video of sadhana.
For general information on Morning Sadhana check out this wonderfully informative site www.morningsadhana.org.
We look forward to practicing together!