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5 Myths About Kundalini Workshops Debunked

Since I started conducting workshops, I have received many questions and comments regarding the nature of the workshops. I want to debunk some wrongly set myths in this post.




1. MYTH: I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN, BUT I AM NOT FLEXIBLE.

That is not a prerequisite for this type of workshop. More important is to have a flexible and open mind to try new things and notice how they affect you.


2. MYTH: I'VE NEVER MEDITATED BEFORE. I HAVE A CHATTY MIND.

No need to worry. You will start from the beginning and gradually improve your meditation skills. We all have a chattering mind; that's natural. Did you know that we have more than 6,000 thoughts per day? My question to you: Are you willing to learn how to master and quiet the mind, or will you let it continue to rule your life?


3. MYTH: I AM NOT ABLE TO DO SOME OF THE POSTURES. I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE BECAUSE OTHERS CAN DO IT EASILY.

How much does it matter what others think?

In the workshops, no one matters except you and your focus within. We are unaware that the vast majority (not to tell all of us) are too busy with themselves that they don't even notice what others are doing. Plus, we practice certain exercises with our eyes closed to direct our attention inward. Every person and body is unique, and everything takes time and practice. Hardly can we make any progress without persistence and practice.


4. MYTH: I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE WORKSHOP, BUT I DON'T WANT TO GET EXTRA TIRED. I DO SPORTS AND HAVE MANY HOBBIES THAT INCLUDE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.

Wrong. The workshops do the exact opposite. They fill you with energy!

Professional athletes apply breathing techniques, meditation, visualization, and deep relaxation to achieve better results! Many participants compare the workshop to a WELLNESS treatment. The difference is that in this Wellness treatment, you actively create a good feeling in yourself, and at the same time, you learn tools that help you cope with stress and new challenges more easily in everyday life.


5. MYTH: IT'S NOT BENEFICIAL TO CRY AT WORKSHOPS.

Wrong. At the workshops, we work on all aspects of our being. Naturally happens that sometimes suppressed emotions are released, and tears may come. The workshops are a safe space to relax, become aware and process what you perceive as discomfort or tension. Emotional liberation occurs in a very subtle way. You feel as if unnecessary layers of you are being dissolved.


And finally, a question: Can I know that something is good for me, that I like it if I've never tried it?




At the workshops, we learn to love and accept ourselves exactly as we are. When we feel good in our bodies and value all our imperfections, we stop comparing ourselves with others.Then we are enough, and we feel whole.







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