Sat Nam Yogis,
Well the beginning of the November month has taken off in flight to me attending the Ajeet Kaur concert last night with my two beautiful sons. I have to say that it took a little bit of convincing for them to grace their presence to a mantra singer when they are diving into their teenage years with assertiveness and big personalities. Little did I know how impactful it would be to them. I was beautifully surprised with their love of it. They had a wonderful time and it doesn’t hurt when a singer like Ajeet sings better in real life than on a cd or any technological device. But for me it has some profound meanings. It was the first time that my boys were being truly introduced into my family or community of other Kundalini Yoga Teachers and lovers alike.
At first I was nervous about it because even though they come to classes once a week (at times with alot of resistance) they know deep down that it has benefits that they cannot comprehend even when their brains are at their most powerful capacity. But they allowed me to bribe them to come and for me that was a big thing.
We entered the venue and they were their graceful selves as they always are. Now taller than me. I introduced them to people I hold in very high regard for their dedicated work to our ever expanding Kundalini Yoga community. And we then made our way to our seats. I kept looking at them with a look of “OMG, I really do have to trust that this was a good idea”. I mean lets face it for two teens who are in the concert bands at their schools, I was sure that they would at least find it interesting to see musical instruments played that they have never seen before. And for a mother who wants to give her children as many different experiences in their lives to help them when they need support or help for those times when life seems harder than necessary, Kundalini Yoga is one of those things that I know from my own personal experience,it does an incredible job of helping you surf those waves instead of being taken down by the undertoe of our own suffering.
Ajeet’s husband introduced their newest member of the group who played the harp. She sang the first song and after it was done my youngest son Jonah (Ram Hari Singh is his spiritual name) told me that when she began to sing he had goosebumps all over his body. I began to feel a little relief that this could be a wonderful experience for them. 2 hours in and the end of the concert. My youngest Jonah told me he felt lighter than he had before. Meanwhile when the music started it drained him of all his energy. Which to me meant that he was experiencing a grounding that he has never had before. For most of his life he has walked on his tip toes trying to stay ungrounded. And yet this was a new feeling for him. My oldest Ethan (Sunder Singh is his spiritual name) also felt the heaviness during the middle of the concert and drained. Only both felt awake and clear at the end and on our way home.
I enjoyed this concert with them and hope in the future they decide to willingly join me again for another beautiful experience. It was heart centered and beautiful. And I couldn’t have wished to spend it with the most incredible boys I know. I am and have been so inlove with them since the time I knew they blessed their essences in my awareness.
Here is the schedule for November. Apologies for no October Schedule. I realize now that I it didn’t get posted. The saturday class is available for 3 more weeks. And I am currently holding a special for any new people who have never been to Prem before a free first class.
I look forward to seeing you soon at Prem Studio.
Much love and blessings,