When you apply yourself to Sacred Numerology with the goal of finishing your old stories and patterns (karmas), when it guides you to replace them with habits more in tune with who you really are, then Sacred Numerology is called Karam Kriya.
Karam: to finish Karma, to learn the lesson and to receive the lesson as an opportunity to change one's horizon and to grow.
Kriya: the action that brings me to the ultimate goal, to realize who I am and to live it concretely.
All kinds of actions have consequences. Not acting also has consequences.
Karam Kriya is the art and science of choosing one's actions, habits and routines with the support of numbers and the immutable and absolute principles embodied in numbers.
Read more below.
I want to thank you for helping me discover very valuable tools; making connections between things I couldn't tell; helping me find a way to grow. I am very grateful. It enriches my life and my relationship with others.
During your Kundalini Yoga practice, you experience these principles, but normally you don't linger to analyze them:
This opening of the heart, how could it happen.
How this loosening, this subtle alignment could have happened.
How does it change my view of the world and reveal a new perception of myself.
In the Karam Kriya Training for Kundalini Yoga:
The Karam Kriya Training for Kundalini yogis / yoginis is open to all, Teachers or Yoga practitioners.
If you enjoy doing Kundalini Yoga, you will be able to experience it and teach at a different level.
If you are already a Teacher, the Training will connect you to the foundations of Level 1 and deepen your understanding of how all aspects of the Teachings have their origin and anchor in universal principles.
Karam Kriya as a tool for understanding the self and the world.
The relationship between Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga.
Karam Kriya, the mind and good understanding.
Meditative practice in the Teaching space and in life.
The body, nervous system and voice as multidimensional interfaces and instruments of creativity.
The paradox and the sacrifice of the Teacher.
Life and Teaching as an experiment and experience.
Dialogue as a meditative practice.
All five votes.
Karam Kriya's number language and vocabulary.
The dimension of the focused mind: the soul.
Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as a discovery and connection of the deeper self.
Life as a dharmic journey of the soul.
Connection and anchoring to the vertical axis.
The integrity of the Teacher and the student.
The Mool Mantra.
Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as a way to meet and master the polarities of life.
Appropriate use of the 'no', the negative mind, and the creative use of sexual energy.
How to approach our needs, dependencies and develop devotion.
Angles and triangles, shapes and kriyas in Kundalini Yoga.
The Positive Mind, Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as tools for
Joy, play and roles in the theatre of life.
Open the heart and develop the neutral mind.
Seva (uninterested service) and prayer.
The art of KK and KY.
Manifesting inner beauty.
The Teacher and the student as artists of the self.
The spiritual warrior.
Develop presence, intuition, a sense of responsibility.
Connecting the invisible dimensions of the self and the world through Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga.
Compassion, rebalancing and the proper use of energy and power.
Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga as tools for physical purification and access to prana (vital energy).
The mystery and subtlety of the Teachings.
Karam Kriya and Kundalini Yoga and their connection to the subtle body and the cosmic dimension of being.
Develop patience, stamina and tolerance.
Develop courage and brightness with KK and KY.
To approach life and the Teachings through deep listening.
See everything in its relationship with the Whole.
We offer you a secure space
in which you can explore new ways to experience Kundalini.
Ik Saran Dhian offers this Training over two years, in 5 sessions of 4 days.
It is by videoconference and/or face-to-face, at La Source, near Fontainebleau, France.
Teaching is done in French and English (translated into French).
For more information, please refer to the attachment on the calendar.