We are happy to offer a very rare and powerful Yoga as it has been experienced for millennia. Lakulish Yoga is an experience of Yoga in all its stages, unlike the modern version of yoga which relates with little more than physical exercise. Traditional Yoga has always been Ayurvedic in its theory and application. Ayurveda emphasizes a medical/therapeutic approach to the body and mind, and so too, Spirit. Ayurveda is re-emerging as a hugely popular medicine practiced by hundreds of millions of people all over the globe. Lakulish Yoga is the marriage of Ayurveda and Yoga. Together they heal, detoxify, strengthen, and energize us.
Lakulish Yoga is the real deal. It is true to its ancient roots in a way that it is able to rejuvenate us and make life a joy worth living. It is based in science and it will always be relevant for all people in all times.
Lakulish Yoga uses Ayurvedic and Yogic therapies to restore wholeness and rejuvenate us on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Yes, especially spiritual. Lakulish Yoga is ultimately interested in enlisting the help of the Divine energy within us called Kundalini, to unite us with God. When this union is restored, we experience Love and Joy - the real things that make life worth living. Yoga's real purpose is still realizable today; to find freedom from Mind/Ego and discover the Higher Self.
Practice your yoga in a studio that is also a Temple!! Sacred Ground Yoga classes are held at Divine Indwelling Temple.
Everyone knows Yoga is more than just exercise, but few have a means of accessing the larger science. This is the purpose of a Temple. It takes the essential elements of a Temple to carry the full force of Yoga's energy.
A Temple space provides an environment and opportunity for transformation. It will take more than a yoga studio to provide this. With our Teacher's help, we have established such a Temple here at the Divine Indwelling Lakulish Center! Such a place is rare in America. Very rare is it to find the traditional elements that the Science of Yoga deems essential - a Temple and a Teacher and Sacred Yogic Teachings.
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For those interested in going beyond the mat and physical asana. Sacred Ground Yoga offers other opportunities to explore the science and teachings of yoga. Currently these are by invitation only. Please email us if you have an interest in these Devotions.
This includes practices / devotions such as:
Arti: 1,000x’s more effective than meditation
Arati to the Guru, a fire ceremony that honors the fire of devotion to God or Guru with in you. In American yoga studios, Arati is a rare practice. In India and many other Eastern lands, most everyone knows of Arati. Hundreds of millions of people offer this devotional song daily.
Arati is a means to honor the Indwelling Lord and Teacher. It is a prayer that our mind and heart might be cleansed and healed, so that then we could delight in the all-pervasive Spirit that abides within each one of us.
Bhagavad Gita: Extra-Rare!
Singing in English the Bhagavad Gita, or “ Song of God “. A sacred text that is part of the Hindu epic the Mahabharata.
This sacred writing contains the science of the process called Awakening. The process of drawing near to one’s Soul. It is general wisdom for all. This text is exacting, specific, and necessary for anyone wishing to work on the arduous path of leaving the mind and ego aside!
Many of you know that our Bapuji, Swami Ashutosh Muni, has developed a modern method of relating to this ancient text. Bapuji’s text conveys the brilliance of the Bhagavad Gita by translating the text into English. What makes this text so rare is that it is the first time the Gita is offered in a way that people can chant it in their native tongue. It is meant to be sung. This text is done in poetic meter. It can be sung in the same way as it is chanted in the original Sanskrit. Such an interactive Gita like this has never been accomplished before.
Chanting the Bhagavad Gita is called Swadyaya; the method to come to know who you really are. It is a "sine qua non" (essential condition); a necessary road map for anyone who cares to take on the quest of yoga - union with the Soul.
A Sanskrit word that means "gathering together for the truth". We assemble as a family to sing and chant the bhajans and dhuns of our lineage. The harmonium, drums, and melodies silencing the mind, and dancing you away to bliss within.