« Wherever you are is the entry point. » – Kabir
Ajai Alai Awakening offers a path of awareness based on Guru Nanak’s non-dual message Ek Ong Kar, and on Kundalini Yoga in the House of Guru Ram Das.
Our intention is to rediscover and honour these timeless teachings and explore how they can apply in today’s world.
the teacher-student relationship,
and the community of peers (sangat),
are the 3 pillars on this path.
We offer kundalini trainings, intuitive guidance and gatherings where you can recognise the source of wisdom within.
Join us in Australia, Austria, China, France, Serbia, Taiwan, Turkey, …
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Ajai Alai is a state of connectedness with something immeasurable and indestructible; something that, almost paradoxically, is essentially you and yet is much greater that you. It is finding your true nature beyond name and form.
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“I could fill in lots of pages to express the light Kundalini Yoga brought into my life. About the modules I can only say that they are there to be experienced, not to be explained. Each module has a different depth in itself, even a bit crazy. My life has opened up to unforeseen possibilities. I recommend these trainings if you feel that something is missing in your life but you cannot name it, or if you want to change something but cannot take a step just yet.”
– Jot Prem, Turkey
“Filled with gratitude for one of the most transformative weeks of my life. The Training was absolutely amazing … the depth of learning, the joy and the group energy was unique. Thank you Sat Sarbat & Satmukh for guiding our journey.”
– Siri Hari Kaur, Australia
“If you prefer a non-confronting, challengeless and superficial time – you should look for something else. Personally, AAA built something very special, always focusing on the growth of the community. I grew so much during Level 2. I feel blessed, because now I understand that it was necessary to go through a lot of processes that the teachers allowed me to go through. Our group became like a little family.”
– Sangeeta Bhagti, Austria