Morning Sadhana is the daily practice of waking up in the amrit vela time (2 1/2 hours before the sun rises) to meditate and chant God’s Name. In the words of Yogi Bhajan, “Sadhana is nothing but where a disciplined one, the love, talks to one’s own soul. It is nothing but where one cleans his own mind.” Depending on individual community schedules, Aquarian Sadhana generally takes place somewhere between 3:30 am and 7:00 am. The schedule starts with Japji (Prayer); followed by Kundalini Yoga; followed by the Aquarian Sadhana Meditations; followed by a Gurdwara (Sikh Service).
Snatam Kaur Shares Her Experience of Sadhana (Morning Spiritual Practice)
History of Aquarian Sadhana
Resources for Your Sadhana Practice
Japji and Kundalini Yoga Apps, Nitnems, Meditation Music, Yoga Manuals and more!
View a Guru Ram Das Birthday Sadhana Celebration
An Annual Special Sadhana which takes Place in October Each Year