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Sahaj Kaur on the Art of the Yogic lifestyles, yoga, diet and Akashic Readings

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www.SahajKaur.com Sat Nam, Nice to Meet You My journey into healing and becoming a yogi began when a good friend invited me to a Kundalini yoga class. When I walked outside after the session, a quiet, clear voice in my head stated, “THIS WILL SAVE YOU.” As I listened to it, knowing it came from a deep place, the question emerged: save me from what? I already felt accomplished as an artist who had helped develop artist housing in Boston and had a successful career. Life was good, I thought. My boyfriend and I were involved in communities and seemingly thriving. Yet I followed the voice and began to practice and study Kundalini yoga, which transformed my life. How did it transform my life? I have become steady, flexible, and content and continually pursue growth. I became blissful, happy, and content, releasing old emotions and family baggage. Those old emotional patterns had damaged my relationships and caused me to shut down areas of myself. As I cleared these energies and developed a practice, my life came into a flow. And this is a continual process as I grow. It has become abundantly clear how important is to lead a successful life, we all need the healing and release of energetic blocks, fears, and misperceptions. From healing and practicing Yoga, I can now help others. My daily practice is essential to my well-being and gives me the strength, insight, and clarity to serve others. My students have found this work crucial in their journeys to being more deeply themselves. As a traditionally trained yoga teacher, I bring you a joyful and knowledgeable lifelong study of Yoga which includes formal initiation and study with traditional swamis in India, as well as in-depth training in several modalities of Yoga (Kundalini, Hatha, and Ashtanga). 

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