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February 2020

22 February - 28 February
AAA Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan

Contents of the Module "The Self" • Deep yogic experience: dive into the 5 elements (Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether) • Connect to your original nature • Humanology: yogic diet and cleansing • Karma and Dharma • Spiritual path, the 5 padas (5 spiritual stages) • The art of being a teacher: Poke, Provoke, Confront and Elevate • Code of Ethic & Professional Standards for Kundalini Yoga Teachers Trainers Satmukh Singh. Fees & Registration Please contact AAA Taiwan EMAIL.

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March 2020

2 March - 8 March
CHINA, Suzhou, Suzhou China

Contents of the Module "The Self" • Structure of the Mind, Cycle of Intellect and different kind of meditations • Patanjali Sutras and Pratyahar • 3 pillar meditations: Kirtan Kriya, Sodarshan Chakras Kriya and Sat Kriya • Cosmic cycles and Aquarian Age • Ladder of subtlety: the manifestation of the creation • Humanology: soul at birth, life cycles, death, … • Science of mantras and Shabd Guru (2) • Kundalini Yoga postures and dynamic of the kriyas • Western anatomy…

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8 March - 14 March
AAA Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan

Contents of the Training Childhood development & relationship to children • Working with children. • Differences between Kundalini Yoga for adults and children. • Children psychology & stages of growth. Chakras and chakra development in childhood. • Pregnancy, birth and first 40 days of life according to Kundalini Yoga philosophy. • Mother as teacher/first phase of life, father as teacher/second phase of life. • Family systems and patterns. Responsibilities as parents. • Childhood from a yogic point of view and…

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Ajai Alai Awakening
10 March - 13 March
AAA Istanbul, Bursa, Turkey

Content Kundalini Yoga and Sufism Yogi Bhajan: “So that is what it represents. It is said to be Adi Shakti, we call it Khanda. Akhand, means which cannot be divided. Khand means, which can be divided. Therefore man is divided in Ida and Pingala, in Sun and Moon. Man is divided from God, as creatures from the Creator. Therefore when a Khalsa is baptized we stir the water, the sustainer of life with a iron Khanda as a symbol to…

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21 stages of meditation
17 March - 23 March
Yuhu Lijiang China, Lijiang, Yunnan China

Why 21 Stages? The real question is why do we practice meditation in the first place. Happiness. Fulfillment. Refinement of our consciousness. By articulating and describing the stages of meditation, Yogi Bhajan has captured in words the states of consciousness that are traversed by those who use the power of meditation. Yogi Bhajan divided the meditative path toward realization into 21 states of consciousness, 21 stages, as he called them. These are composed of three journeys. Each journey has seven…

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