Sunday is Sadhana October 2, 5:00 am

The Power of Group Sadhana
There are unique benefits to practicing sadhana alone, as well as in a group environment. The yogis teach that sadhana in a group setting serves to enhance group consciousness. Each yogi has a different vibration, and the more people present at sadhana, the more these individual differences balance out to create one harmonious unit.
With group sadhana, the happiness of one person can blend with the sadness of another. As a result, the entire group finds harmony as its energy is directed into the activity of the sadhana practice itself.
By the end of morning sadhana, when everyone’s energy has intermixed and merged, many people feel it is easier to communicate and interact with others. This feeling is often described as “being on the same wavelength.” Even outside of our sadhana, we can continue to experi­ence this profound effect throughout the day and may even come to find there are fewer misunderstandings and difficulties in our daily experiences with others.
Sample Schedule for Morning Sadhana
Your sadhana is your own, and you are welcome to commit to any practice or series of practices you like. It can be 3 minutes or 3 hours. If you are looking for inspiration, you can do the 2.5 hour Aquarian Sadhana schedule traditionally followed in many Kundalini Yoga communities. Starting time varies
.Schedule at Prana Yoga is as followes:
5:00-5:20 am: Recitation of JapJi Sahib
5:20-5:25 am: Tune in with the three repetitions of Adi Mantra, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo
5:25-6:05 am: Kundalini Yoga Kriya for 25–45 minutes
6:05-6:15 am: Deep relaxation
6:15-7:15 am: The Aquarian Sadhana Mantra Meditations
7:15-7:20 am: Contemplative Moments/Prayer

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