Upcoming Workshop In Salem, OR and Portland Community Events

I’m gearing up for the workshop I will be teaching in Salem, Oregon this Sunday! A friend recently sent me this video of what a spiritual warrior is. This video resonates the essence of a spiritual warrior. It’s a perfect representation of what you can reveal about your own spiritual warrior within at the workshop. 
(Video retrieved from https://vimeo.com/55904250 on 8/13/15)
Upcoming Kundalini Workshop: Igniting the Spiritual Warrior Within

When: August 16, 2015
Time: 1pm-3pm
Location: IYouMeWeUs – South
4340 Commercial St. SE,
Salem, OR 97302

Cost: $20 pre-registered, $25 at the door

Register via the website here: IYouMeWeUs
Have you been afraid to take the next step in committing to yourself? Whether it be committing to deepening your daily practice, letting go of the past, taking the next step in a relationship, or manifesting your dreams into reality one must search within and ignite his/her own spiritual warrior.

Igniting the archetypal spiritual warrior within requires one to find a balance of strength, courage, commitment, and grace through the most difficult situations all with a smile. The spiritual warrior manifests prosperity through gratitude. The fulfillment of the spiritual warrior rests in assisting in the victory of others. This cultivates the beginning of a deep inner knowing that the spiritual warrior’s will is in complete alignment with the will of God.

Through the tools of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, you will be able to directly experience these qualities within yourself. The class will have a special meditative and physical focus on the third chakra while balancing the entire endocrine and nervous systems. No experience is necessary and all body types are welcome. Come with an open heart and a willing to drop that which is preventing you from igniting your own spiritual warrior.

Zero Balancing Sessions offered after the workshop:

Developed by Fritz Smith, MD in the early 1970s, Zero Balancing is a powerful body-mind therapy that uses skilled touch to address the relationship between energy and structures of the body.

Zero Balancing can help relieve body aches and pain, release restrictions in movement, and provide lasting relief from emotional distress to improve overall quality of life.

Zero Balancing can also be helpful with specific goals such as relief from back pain, improving concentration or sleep, releasing unwanted stress, eliminating old behavior patterns, or boosting well-being. Zero Balancing works in conjunction with medical therapy and is not a substitute for it. A typical session is an hour long, laying on your back on a massage table, fully clothed. Those with physical limitations can be accommodated.

Two Sessions will be offered at 3:45pm and 5:00pm.
Please email birkaurkypdx@gmail.com to register
Visit www.zerobalancing.com for more information about Zero Balancing

Kundalini Yoga Portland Community Events

Community Meditation for Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday (August 15-25)Every year we celebrate Yogi Bhajan’s birthday. This is a very cozy occasion when we chant together in gratitude for all the priceless teachings he shared with us.

For eleven days (August 15-25) chant Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru for 31 minutes each day. Call on Guru Ram Das using Yogi Bhajan’s personal mantra.

Join with others at 7pm or chant on your own. We are looking for hosts !! Please contact KYPDX  if you are willing and able to open your space and welcome yogis. Plan on having guests for about an hour. Locations of the evening chant will be posted on the calendar. Some hosts provide yogi tea or a small snack but this is not required.

Simultaneous Worldwide Guru Ram Das Chant: August 26
On Yogi Ji’s birthday at exactly 3:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Savings Time our worldwide community simultaneously chants Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru for 11 minutes. Then we chant Long Ek Ong Kars for 2.5 hours. Held at Shakti House. Doors open at 2:45am.

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