Amrit Peevo: the power of the mother’s prayer. Recitation of this ancient prayer protects, heals, blesses, and watches over. Just listening to the words invokes a powerful blessing. Yogi Bhajan said that the greatest power is the prayer of the mother. For those who don’t have children, you can focus on the child within yourself. To care for others, you must first care for yourself.Read: "Blessings of a Woman"
As you hold the breath, visualize your relationships and bless, forgive, and understand. Use this breath to heal these relationships.Read: "Narayan Kriya"
Categories: Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan
The water tattva is associated with the second chakra2 which holds the energy of creativity and the ability to see outside of ourselves. According to the Aquarian Teacher3 “the second chakra … correlates in how we relate to others. A person whose second chakra is balanced can exhibit these qualities: positivity, a relaxed mental attitude toward sexuality, patience, creativity, responsible relationships … From the yogic point of view, the experiences of the second chakra provide the first taste of merger of going beyond one’s isolated self; dissolving with, through and into another.Read: "The Water Tattva"
This article was written by Atma Kaur and was published in the May, 2009 Aquarian Times Magazine. It’s now 2009. Each passing day, month, year carries us closer to the…Read: "Building an Ark for the Age"
Categories: Our Stories
In the Aquarian Age there are no secrets! Information is available. Finding it is not the central task any longer…The greatest power will be your Word, your consciously projected words. The mind is changing its sensitivity, its basic frequency and functioning.
Our lifestyle is changing its sense of time, space, relatedness, and relevancy…We have always experienced change, but rarely with this intensity and speed and never with this scope and vastness. The change is on all levels of life at once. It is not sequential and orderly, nor is each step predictable. And it affects each one of us personally.Read: "Shabad Guru: Our Guide through the Wave of Change"
When I was 16 and graduating from high school, I went to Yogi Bhajan to talk to him about my future. I was enrolling in an education program to become a teacher and felt confident he was going to be very proud and supportive of my chosen career path. He looked at me sternly, but with a slightly smug smile and said, “A teacher? No! You are a business woman. Just accept this. Study business. It is your future.” And that was the end of it. Being stubborn, I enrolled in my Masters of Education program, convinced he would see that I was right. I was not a fan of the business world.
And as with everything he ever taught me, I had to learn he was right via the long route. And now, 17 years later, I am, as he foresaw, a business woman.Read: "Leaping into the Aquarian Age"
Categories: Our Stories
If you have that basic character, then you have grace. And there is no introduction required. When people know that you have grace, they start saying, “Your Worship,” “Your Grace.” Then your personality works. That’s where the personality starts functioning– you don’t have to utter a word– you don’t have to say anything. Then people have reverence and love and trust and understanding for you.Read: "Yogi Bhajan Lecture: Winning the Game of Life"
Categories: Yogi Bhajan Lectures