Discover why Sat Kriya is one of the most important stand alone kiryas in Kundalini Yoga.
Nathalie Vendrys May 19th, 2013
I particuarly love this one as I am amazed afterwards of my sensations inside when I rest. Hard to describe this sensation but so peaceful and I feel so much coming back into my skin... feels like reconnecting to that peaceful sensation I seek so much...
I am still making my ways into the lock and unlock portion at the end when breathing...not simple for a beginner like me... any tricks? Contracting pelvic ok, but after to lock and unlock each part... hummm, challenge! Thank you, with kindness and gratefulness!
Rebekah Gorline Dec 28th, 2012
I like this one alot, but where do you breathe? ( i run out of breath to complete 3 minutes of mantra on one inhilation)
Kia Miller Dec 29th, 2012
So happy you like it! The breath comes in through the mouth right after you say SAT and before you say NAM - it is very subtle but watch for it without exaggerating it. Let me know if this helps! Blessings, Kia
Irene Shonle Nov 20th, 2012
Thank you for your beautiful classes.
Is it recommended to do the sat kriya before or after the other kriyas?
Kia Miller Nov 21st, 2012
It is recommended to do it alone, or after another kriya.
Thanks for asking.. Blessings, Kia
Leanna DeFere Oct 8th, 2012
Very rhythmic, soothing. Thank you. Namaste.
Lorna Booker Jun 23rd, 2012
This felt really good, thank you.
yogagal Jun 16th, 2012
Hatha practitioner for over 3 decades, know very little of Kundalini, have a question, right thumb over left for male, left thumb over right female, because? curious, thank you
Kia Miller Aug 10th, 2012
It is because of the polarity of the fingers and therefore the flow of energy. Mudra is called venus lock. Blessings, Kia