Yhdysvaltalaiset Hari Nam Singh Khalsa ja Kuldip Singh Khalsa saapuvat ensi vuonna Tampereelle ja Helsinkiin pitämään viikonlopun pituista Warrior Saint -kurssia. Kurssi pohjautuu kundaliinijoogaan ja itämaisiin itsepuolustuslajeihin. Hari Nam Singh on yksi Yogi Bhajanin ensimmäisistä oppilaista. Kuldip Singh on Taiyo itsepuolustuslajin sensei ja kundaliinijoogan opettaja. Kurssit oli tarkoitus järjestää jo lokakuussa 2014, mutta aikataulu on siis siirtynyt ensi vuoteen.
Kurssin sisällöstä englanniksi:
The workshop is based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and the Tenth Sikh Master Guru Gobind Singh. Both Masters taught about the importance of understanding the balance between the Saint and the Warrior. The workshop is designed to provide a unique opportunity for an individual to connect to their strengths, and solidify this into their character. At the same time this also brings out the blocks and fears that so often hold us back from experiencing life in its fullest capacity. When we practice the technology of Kundalini Yoga it allows us to access our true potential and use it in everyday life. When we incorporate the way of the Martial Arts it opens us up to feeling and connecting to our center where we can feel the magic of our lives.
One of the teachers Hari Nam Khalsa studied personally with Yogi Bhajan for nearly three decades and is one of the most respected teachers in 3HO. Hari Nam has taught and consulted thousands of people around the world in all aspects of human behavior and spiritual development. He is well known for his passion, humor, clarity, storytelling and strong commitment to the ideals of spiritual path. Another teacher Kuldip Khalsa, NMT, has been studying Martial Arts since the age of eight. As an adult he has travelled the world sharing what his Master Hong Hou has taught and shared with him. Kuldip’s philosophy is to teach people Kundalini Yoga so they may elevate themselves, Martial Arts so they may defend themselves, and Healing so they may fix themselves.
Lisätietoa/More info: www.kundaliinijoogakoulu.com
Teksti/Text: Kuldip Singh Khalsa