Aquarian Sadhana is practiced by Kundalini Yoga communities across the world usually at what is called the ambrosial just before sunrise at 5am.
Sadhana itself is just daily practice and is literally defines as ‘a means of accomplishing something’. Practising sadhana during the early hours of the morning is said to to resets patterns so you feel in step with the divine rhythm of life through a sense of heightened awareness. This awareness can have profound effects on the subconscious.
Aquarian Sadhana is practised in a group. During the two and half hour practice we meditate, chant mantras, practise yoga exercises, regulate the breath and call on our spirit. In this way we gradually harmonise our vibration and come together in group awareness. Sadhana opens up the channels of communication with each other – an effect we continue to experience throughout the day.
It is a truly magical and beautiful experience. We invite you to join us on 12th July 2014 as we meet near King’s Cross to share Aquarian Sadhana together.
You can also read more about the mantras sung during Aquarian Sadhana here.
‘If one has walked into Sadhana with heart and soul in a prayerful mind, we will all benefit. That is the power of the group Sadhana’ ~ Yogi Bhajan