Category: Legacy Organizations

Meditation to Keep Up with the Times

We are experiencing rapid universal transformation. Old structures, outdated ways of thinking and being are crumbling. We see it in our personal lives, in our communities, in the global news. In order to keep up with the times and truly “live for each other,” we must transcend our individual consciousness and expand into a collective
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3H0 Luminary: Tammy Foster (Tej Inder Kaur) – Costa Rica

Tej Inder Kaur is one of the only teachers in a small beach village of Costa Rica, where she hosts women's circles and workshops regularly to support the community.  She also actively works as a doula bringing the teachings of Kundalini Yoga to pregnant and postpartum mothers.
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3H0 Luminary: Amrita Nishan Kaur (Egypt)

Dalia Adel Ibrahim (Amrita Nishan Kaur) hosts free and donation based community Kundalini Yoga classes in Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt.  She is passionate about sharing that you can be a Kundalini yogi and a Muslim and tirelessly supports the studio which brings teacher training to Egypt.  She is currently working on a translation of the teacher
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Celestial Communication for Deep Relaxation

Excerpt from KRI’s Vitality and Stress Manual as shared by 3HO. “Celestial Communication is a body-motivated language that totally relaxes your brain waves.” ~Yogi Bhajan One of the most powerful things we can do to reclaim our body, reintegrate our brain, and relax the inner stress which erodes our sense of self-effectiveness and
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3H0 Luminary: Bhakti Akal Kaur (Vietnam)

Bhakti Akal Kaur brought Kundalini Yoga to Vietnam after her teacher training in the U.S.  She shares weekly free classes with her university students and has opened the Tara House Project, making Kundalini Yoga free and accessible for all in Ho Chi Minh City.  Her students in Vietnam gush over her, saying she leads with
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3H0 Luminary: Sunderta Kaur (Brazil)

Sunderta Kaur (Marina Maia) is developing a donation-built community center in an underserved area of Brazil for impoverished children and adults to learn the tools of Kundalini Yoga. She is the founder of Yoga e Negritude, which seeks to raise the profile of Black yoga students and teachers in Brazil.
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