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Ayurveda and Kundalini Free Class

In this post, I would like to share this amazing full 72 min. video class I discovered. 
For the yogi, Ayurveda is the science of transforming the body into the supreme vehicle for the mind so that prana can travel through the human organism with ease.

When this internal pranic environment is effectively generated, the physical body is filled with life, the skin becomes lustrous, light flows through the eyes and radiance illuminates the space around you. This is the power of Kundalini.

The human body acts as a pranic container whose tissue layers form the substratum of the mind. In this video you will learn how it can be strengthened and purified using food, herbs and the Ayurvedic lifestyle. Likewise, through powerful Kundalini Yoga practices, the body and mind are tuned to the frequencies of heightened vitality. 
The Yogi's Medicine is a 72 minute video class filmed at the 3HO Summer Solstice event in 2012.  In the class Jai Dev Singh and Dr. Sham Rang Khalsa deliver the teachings of Ayurveda through the lens of Kundalini Yoga. (you have to provide your email to watch it)



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