Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Snatam Kaur
Use this sacred poem, or Shabad, from the Sikh tradition to ask that your children remember the many joys of spiritual life.
By:
Snatam Kaur
Take power away from the polarity, and instead put power into your center by relating to our common experience, and our unity.
By:
Snatam Kaur
Each object we use, or are responsible for bringing into our lives that will not decompose in a healthy way into the earth, affects us energetically.
By:
Snatam Kaur
When we live in our soul realm, all is possible and the challenges placed before us are there to help each of us in our soul lesson.
By:
Snatam Kaur
I say to you now, with a deep prayer in my heart, it is our turn. Each of us.
By:
Snatam Kaur
Amid fear from horrific tragedy, Kaur uses the perfect tools for healing and nurturing the spirit—mantra and music.
By:
Snatam Kaur
Kundalini yoga is for people of all walks of life, yet there are sacred Sikh traditions at its core and in every aspect of the teachings. You do not have to be a Sikh to practice Kundalini yoga. In fact, most are not. I'd like to explore one avenue of the teachings of Kundalini yoga that dips into...

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