Sunday is Sadhana at 5:00- 7:30am . The Amrit Time.

Ek Ong Kar, Sat Nam, Siri Wahe Guru – One of the 7 aquarian chants we chant during Sadhana.
The most powerful tool for healing and transformation is right under our nose. yes, the mouth!
We can whistle, hum, tone or chant to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, open up circulation, connect mind and heart, the Shiva – Shakti principle within.
These vibrations move energy, emotions and stagnation.
In these times of great change finding a *common feeling*, and sharing space and energy in the Amrit Vela is profoundly important.
“Sikhs believe that the day is divided into 8 parts or 8 ‘pehrs’ of three hours each, and the time between 3am and 6am is the highest energy.”
“Hindus too believe in the ‘Brahma Muhurta’, time of God, which occurs exactly for the first 48 minutes, of the one hour and thirty-six minutes before sunrise everyday. Brahmamuhurtha occurs during the Vata phase of the morning, between 2:00am and 6:00am, and Yoga masters state that the best time to meditate is one and a half hours before dawn, because the mind is inherently still at that time, enabling one to achieve a deeper meditative state.
* “if you snooze, you lose!”
Time of Nectar . We begin with Japji, An hour of yoga, and hour of chanting.

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