Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training | 21 Stages of Meditation

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Dive into a transformative journey of the Self with the 21 Stages of Meditation. This course offers you the key to deepening your meditation practice and allows you to gain a fundamental understanding and recognition of your true nature.

Learn effective strategies to constructively address individual challenges on your meditative path. Free your true Self that is waiting to find expression in your life!

The unique meditations that accompany each of the 21 Stages help you manifest inner peace, serenity, and happiness.

Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training | 21 Stages of Meditation

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21 Stages of Meditation

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What you can expect from 21 Stages of Meditation

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You wish to prepare for the course? Download the pdf with the description of a great meditation which supports the awakening of your Neutral Mind.

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About the teacher

Sohan

Sohan Kaur
is an experienced Kundalini Yoga teacher and Lead Trainer for yoga trainings. She discovered Kundalini Yoga in 1999 while studying engineering and economics. Shortly after, she completed a yoga teacher training and began working in adult education. In addition to her work as a training and meditation leader for the Kundalini Research Institute, she has also given seminars on labor and social law and political education.Sohan has a clear and well-structured teaching method that enables a wide audience to understand complex aspects of the teachings of Kundalini Yoga in an undogmatic, scientifically sound and understandable way.She has worked extensively with Karam Kriya and psychological counseling since 2002, and has worked as a counselor for people with physical, mental and emotional impairments for over 10 years. Her interest in neuroscience was sparked by training in medical hypnotherapy in 2016, and she began exploring the connection between meditation, habits, behavior patterns, and neural connections.Her new course, NeuroMeditation, is based on understanding and improving brain function. It offers insights and experiences that enable lasting changes in perception, thinking and behavior patterns.During the Covid lockdown in 2020, she fulfilled her longtime wish and translated the Japji, a sacred scripture of Sikhism, into a secular German version. Additionally, she volunteers as a board member of the Kundalini Research Institute.

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