Gong is the sound of the Self within, a mirror of vibration where all is laid bare.
A depthless flow guiding you through-- non-resistance, non-resistance.
And then the sacred sounds pour forth, from deep within the heart of Silence.
The clap of thunder bows to the Gong.
The caress of a lover moves in the Gong.
The player and the played become the same.
One. One. One.
It is here, where egos come undone, where minds let go, and bodies heal.
It is here where pure devotion sings, where grace reveals the light within.
It is here where the power of love prevails.
And it is here where you surrender all.
This week and last I've been teaching and practicing the following kriya (sequence of exercises). I LOVE it!!!!! It's for your spine, the navel, the aura, and your kundalini (the full potential of your vitality). What else could you ask for? I encourage you to do it. Prioritize it. Bypass the questioning mind and roll out that mat. Do it everyday. Do it for yourself!
Think about showing up for yourself and doing the work as an act of self love. Yogi Bhajan said, “Those who practice discipline have to be very generous to themselves. Discipline should never be rigid. Discipline should be self-acknowledging, so that you can go along with it.” Many Blessings!
Co-owner and Instructor of Montclair Kundalini Yoga, Cate Baily (Arvind Dev Kaur) is ever grateful to share these teachings. Full bio here.