Walking the Path

Here you will find a library of articles about various topics you’ll come across while on the path of Kundalini Maha Yoga. Learn about special days, discover the meaning of certain practices, and find inspiration for your own altar and practice.

Each season brings special days you might wish to focus on for devotion or practices. These are posted in the area below so you can learn more about their meaning. Scroll down further to access the ever-growing library of articles or browse sections of featured posts for wherever you are on the path.

Guru Purnima

In the month of Ashadh, we will be celebrating Guru Purnima. Every day the Guru’s grace pours to us, but of all days, Guru Purnima is the day when we receive the most intense blessings from this grace as it flows to us like the bright light from a full moon.

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Mrityunjaya Mantra

The Mrityunjaya Mantra, also known as the Tryambakam mantra, is a powerful Sanskrit mantra for healing the…

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The Meal Prayer

When we recite this prayer, we are asking God to transform our food into spiritual food, into prasad…

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It is my wish, my hope, to spark new and different aspects of that absolute principle of Ram within your hearts so that the darkness of your hearts be removed and your doubts dispelled.
—Anandi Ma

For those new to the path

What is darshan?

What is darshan?

Darshan is an external effort to lay eyes on a statue of a deity or the physical guru to remove blocks and…

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How to Meditate

How to Meditate

The following steps are recommended for a daily meditation practice. Sit in your normal meditation spot and…

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What is Arati?

What is Arati?

After meditating, we honor and thank God and the teacher by singing a devotional song while one of the group…

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Mrityunjaya Mantra

Mrityunjaya Mantra

The Mrityunjaya Mantra, also known as the Tryambakam mantra, is a powerful Sanskrit mantra for healing the…

read more
The Meal Prayer

The Meal Prayer

When we recite this prayer, we are asking God to transform our food into spiritual food, into prasad…

read more