Kundalini Yoga Pain Management – 18 Jan 2021

Pain Management – Kundalini Yoga 2021

We have been talking about recognising the needs of our body in 2021  and I wanted to share a lecture I attended by Sunderta Kaur from Bangkok this week on Pain management.

Firstly PAIN is not bad. It is a tool of the nervous system and brain to warn you something is wrong, something is out of balance. Take action.

There are many types of pain mainly acute (ie it comes and then quickly goes) or the more difficult type which we will be dealing with called chronic pain.  If you are suffering from chronic pain, the main thing is DO NOT TO IGNORE IT.

The Science

The Gate theory tells us that our cellular gates are closed when serotonin the happiness hormone is released and opened when adrenaline the stress hormone is released.  When chronic pain is not resolved or attended to on a daily basis the body can be prone to sensitization, your pain levels are ramped up even if the particular injury heals.  The circuit jumps, your body gives priority to the nervous system as opposed to the muscles.

Chronic stress also ramps up the body’s response to pain.  Whilst the relaxation response creates greater nerve insulation so we feel less pain. The Relaxation response also creates more Nitric Oxide (NO) in the body, which is a powerful neurotransmitter that helps blood vessels relax to improve circulation and blood flow. Scientists are finding out that Nitric Oxide plays a big part in reducing our stress response and therefore inflammation in the body.

We actively trigger the relaxation response in Kundalini yoga to create more Nitric Oxide in the body, by the repetitive, rhythmic movements in the kriyas, controlled breathing, breath of fire, segmented breath and lifestyle choices like eating concentrated greens and anti- inflammatory foods. 


Become aware and attend to chronic pain immediately. Assess the pain, it may be different today than yesterday. Start a pain journal:

  • When do you feel the pain, after what movements, exercises, ?
  • What time of day?
  • Location and severity of it?
  • Also recommended for chronic pain:
  • Hot/cold therapy (sleep on a hot pad)
  • Green Diet
  • Aromatherapy
  • Yoga
  • Acupuncture
  • Meditation
  • Compresses of apple cider vinegar on the inflamed part of the body.

Use ¼ litre of Apple Cider Vinegar in very hot water and bathe for 30 mins. Soak all the areas of chronic pain. Do this at least once a week.

Okra juice also helps: soak 3 OKRA (lady fingers), split lengthways, overnight, and drink this juice first thing in the morning on an empty stomach… and refill the cup/ glass with new water for another drink…till there is no more slimy juice, then steam the OKRA for your dinner, sprinkle cumin seeds for taste (very yummy).

In class we will teach you deep specific techniques to deal with the physical pain of the body this week. Sat nam Fi & Shaungh xx.  www.sanasuma.co.uk

This week’s classes:

Mon 18 JAN 5.30-7.15pm      Kundalini Yoga Fiona@ zoom only

Tues 19 JAN  5.30-6.45pm    Kundalini Yoga Fiona @zoom & Live.

Tues 19 JAN  6 –7.15pm       Shaunagh Live Class@Barefoot Gallery

Wed  20 JAN  5- 7.30am       Sadhana (FREE) Shaunagh @ zoom only.

Wed  20 JAN  5.30-6.45pm   Kundalini Yoga Fiona@ zoom & Live.

Thurs 21 JAN  5.30-6.45pm  Kundalini Yoga Shaunagh@ zoom only.

Fri     22 JAN   5.30-6.45pm  Kundalini Yoga Shaunagh@ zoom only.

Sun  24 JAN   5.30-6.45pm  Kundalini Yoga Shaunagh@ zoom only.

Sun 24 JAN      5.30-7pm     Gong, Relax and Laugh@ Prana Lounge, Live Class

UK Times are 12pm for afternoon classes. There is a new Password for zoom classes please email for details

Class prices will be changing from 1st February 2021. Online Class 800Rs, 5000Rs for 4 weeks, and UK £30 for 4 weeks.

Reset Gong & Winter Solstice 2020

Gong & Winter Solstice – Kundalini Yoga 19 December 2020

Christmas and New Year is a time for joy, but it can also feel stressful.  This year more than most we may feel isolated, unable to see family or friends. We may feel stuck, in fear, frustrated, upset, any or all these difficult emotions may pass through your mind.  The key is to acknowledge what you feel but not get stuck in your feelings.  Just as thoughts are not facts, emotions also are NOT FACTS unless you attach to them.

Use this time to be more thoughtful, consciously kind and go inwards.  The Winter Solstice the darkest day in the Northern hemisphere asks us to go inwards and reassess our year, our habits, our patterns.  From this place of reassessment,  lets come together this week in person or online to shift our energy to a higher vibration of love, compassion and acceptance.

Please join me and Shaunagh this week as we use the powerful electromagnetic fields of the planets, Jupiter, Saturn and the Moon to connect ourselves to the rhythms of the Universe and strengthen our internal stability which will allow us to deal with whatever 2021 brings.

In class we will support you with clearing the body and mind to get ready to plant the seeds of a healthy, happy and wholesome 2021. Sat nam Fi & Shaungh xx.  www.sanasuma.co.uk

This week’s classes: CHANGE OF TIME

Sun 20 Dec  5.30-7.00pm  Gong Bath and Prep for Winter Solstice Online & Class Prana Lounge – Fiona

Mon 21 Dec 5.30-7.15pm  Special Solstice Class Live & Online Shaunagh @ 145/5 Fife Rd, Col 5  

Tues 22 Dec  5.30-6.45pm      Kundalini Yoga Fiona @zoom.

Tues  22 Dec  6 – 7.15pm       Shaunagh Live Class@Barefoot Gallery

Wed   23 Dec   5- 7.30am       Sadhana (FREE) Shaunagh @ zoom only.

Wed  23 Dec   5.30-6.45pm      Kundalini Yoga Fiona@ zoom only.

Thurs 24 Dec – NO CLASS

Fri     25  Dec    NO CLASS

Sun    27 Dec    5.30-6.45pm       Kundalini Shaunagh @zoom only.

Mon   28 Dec     5.30-6.45pm      Kundalini Fiona@ zoom only.

Tues   29 Dec    6-7.30pm   Poya Gong Bath Fiona@ Sri Yoga Shala Live

Thurs 31 Dec    4-5.30pm  Intention setting & Gong Fiona @ Sri Yoga Shala Live

No classes until 3rd January 2021.

UK Times are 12pm for afternoon classes. There is a new Password for zoom classes please email for details

Class prices will be changing from 1st February 2021. Online Class 800Rs, 5000Rs for 4 weeks, and UK £30 for 4 weeks.

Gong & Sound – Kundalini Yoga 14 Dec 2020

Finding the Power Within – Kundalini Yoga 12 December 2020

As Yogis’ we begin to prepare for the New Year 2021, by starting to set our intentions of growth and transformation during the Winter Solstice 21 December 2020.

This week we will start this process by becoming aware that we are in a constant process of meditation.  We look at a beautiful pictures and our mind gets absorbed by them.  Becoming absorbed brings our mind into a state of focus but what are we focussing on and how does this effect our life? 

If we want to process these emotions and start moving beyond our unconscious focus which stems from our animal nature of needing, physical and material security (1st Chakra), needing others approval (2nd Chakra) and wanting control of our environment (3rd Chakra).  We need to start noticing on a daily basis what our focus is and use some yogic techniques to raise ourself beyond the mundane to operate from a place of spirit or inspiration.

The word Om or AUM (meaning birth, existence and death) comes from the oldest oral tradition in the world, Vedic chanting. This chant was used to transform those chanting it from the mundane world into a higher state of existence.  

In Yoga we believe Sound is pure in nature.  Cosmology agrees, it says the big bang created microwaves which can be heard as sound. Therefore Sound has always existed before man gave it meaning.

But it is up to us how we use sound for good or evil. Saying URR aggressively to someone will make them back off, just as we unconsciously coo to a baby which makes them smile.

We can use sound to control the mind and senses. The repetition of sacred sounds has the effect of stilling the mind. Like Gregorian chants or Kundalini mantras.  We can use our voice, singing bowls, Gong to attune our mind to these sounds. Changing our focus and what our mind is absorbed in.

Dr Alan Watkins is a neuroscientist at Imperial Colleague London and has been conducting research into how chanting affects us. Field work with the Dalai Lama and his team, has shown that one of the consequences of chanting is to create a rhythmic breathing pattern, this changes the electrical information the heart generates and sends to the brain. When you chant you change the physiology of the brain, which sends a message to the brain to turn on the pre frontal cortex or higher brain functions which create more awareness and perception. This can happen in reverse. The more chaotic the heart rhythm becomes the less aware, conscious and more reactive we become.

The electrical signals generated at the heart do not stop at the skin but radiate out for quite a distance, therefore creating an effect when people chant on mass.  You create something called entrainment.  Like a flock of birds, or shoal of fish you synchronize with others through this repetitive sound.  This synchronization makes you feel greater than the sum of the parts, this we call group consciousness. 

Electrical signals generated by the heart as a result of chanting do not stop at the skin but radiate out.

That is why people get so obsessed with their Football team, during a game they start to sing and synchronise. This may be the only time in the week where Football fans get this feeling of being part of something bigger.

In class we will support you with clearing the mind by using sound to get ready to plant the seeds of a healthy, happy and wholesome 2021. Why not join Shaunagh at on Tues Barefoot, or me on Sunday at Prana Lounge to enjoy some chanting entrainment and Gong?  Sat nam Fi xx.  www.sanasuma.co.uk

This week’s classes: CHANGE OF TIME

Mon 14 Dec 5.30-6.45pm        Kundalini Yoga Fiona @ zoom.

Tues 15 Dec  10am – 11.15am  Kundalini Yoga Fiona @ zoom

Tues 15 Dec  5.30-6.45pm        Kundalini Yoga Fiona @zoom.

Tues  15 Dec  6 – 7.15pm          Shaunagh Live Class@Barefoot Gallery

Wed 16 Dec   5- 7.30am           Sadhana (FREE) Fiona @ zoom only.

Wed 16 Dec   5.30-6.45pm       Kundalini Yoga Fiona@ zoom only.

Thurs 17 Dec 5.30-6.45 pm      Kundalini Shaunagh @zoom only.

Fri  18  Dec    5.30-6.45 pm       Kundalini Shaunagh@zoom only.

Sun 20 Dec    5.30-6.45 pm       Kundalini Shaunagh@zoom only.

Sun 20 Dec  6-7.30pm  Gong Bath and Prep for Winter Solstice Live Class Prana Lounge – Fiona

UK Times are 12pm for afternoon classes. There is a new Password for zoom classes please email for details

First online class FREE, thereafter 600Rs per class or 4000Rs 4 weeks Sri Lankan residents.

Prana & Beyond Duality – 24 Nov 2019

Pranic Body and Duality – 24 Nov 2019


This week’s inspiration for my classes comes from taking Shaunagh’s class last week on the Pranic Body and reading Nivair Singh’s book on the 8th Body the Pranic Body.

He discusses the integration of charateristics we dislike into our personality. Not an easy or comfortable exercise but something really deep and that will help us to feel whole.

So this week we will go through our family, especially those that are closes to us and make a list of characteristics that you wish to own and disown from each person. This will give you a really good indication of what aspects or characteristics you have integrated and which you have not.

For example let’s say you always care for others, your friends, partner, children and suddenly you do not do something for one of them, they may become angry at you. Underneath the anger is the fear that if they do not get nurtured from you now, they will never get nurtured in the future. This sets up a duality. How to integrate that would be to ask them to nurture themselves. You can still do things for them sometimes but if you do not always nurture them they can rely on themselves so will not get angry.

Try and see what other characteristic you do not like in your close relatives and see if you can integrate them in a way that makes for integration instead of duality?

Sat nam Fi x sanasumainsrilanka.wordpress.com read our weekly blogs and brain candy updates raymond.fiona@gmail.com www.sanasuma.co.uk 0778011984

Sun 24 Nov 6-7.30pm Gong Bath @ Sri Yoga Shala, Thalpe, Galle

Mon 25 Nov 5-8pm   All teachers & Webinar @ 9 Greenlands Lane , Col 5

Tues 26 Nov 9.15-10.30am Kundalini Yoga @9 Greenlands Lane , Col 5

Tues 26 Nov 6.15-7.30pm Kundalini Yoga(Shaunagh) @ 145/5 Fife Rd , Col 5

Wed 27 Nov 5-7.30am     Kundalini Yoga @ 145/5 Fife Rd, Col 5 (FREE CLASS)

Wed 27 Nov 6.45-8pm       Kundalini Yoga@9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Thurs 28 Nov 6.30-7.45pm Kundalini Yoga@9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Mon 25 Nov 5-8pm All Kundalini Yoga Teachers Meet, including Master Class on Biomedical science and Kundalini Yoga by Dr Sat Bir Singh Khalsa – Free but pot luck food for dinner.

Remember you can buy your 4000Rs class pass for 12 classes over 4 weeks.


Gong Bath for full Moon – Opportunity from crisis 12 Oct 5.30-7pm Prana Lounge


Being able to cope with difficult times and crisis in your life is all about redefining how you see life.  Finding the opportunity in the crisis.

Yogi Bhajan tolds us that there were tough times ahead with the change in age, into a super-fast, high technological informational age and fake information abounding. But he also encouraged us to see these times as a test, so we could put into practice all of our yogic technology to turn crisis into opportunity.  When crisis comes don’t be crushed by it and see it as a challenge and know you can overcome it. Say to yourself I can overcome this problem. Know that you have already won the battle.

Yogi Bhajan said” if you see a weakness in yourself and you don’t accept it, this is the crisis, this is tragedy. The Universe is not selective, it has to serve everyone. Know that the Universe will support you and don’t worry, go humbly, smiling”.

Kundalini Yoga is not just an exercise, it is awareness. All exercises, meditations, kriyas are helping you to get into this aware state of mind. When crisis strikes, breathe deep and use this awareness to support you, it is when you allow the subconscious habit and patterns to take over that you fall down.


So this full moon, when you feel the crisis come and feel yourself sliding into your old patterns of behaviour in your relationships, be conscious, use all your senses to communicate in an open, honest and respectful manner to uplift the relationship and the situation.

Sat nam see you this week. Love Fi x www.sanasuma.co.uk  0778011094 raymond.fiona@gmail.com

Sat  12 Oct 5.30-7pm      Gong Bath for Full Moon – Prana Lounge, Col 7

Mon 14 Oct 6-7.30pm      Gong Sri Yoga Teacher Training – Sri Yoga Shala, Thalpe

Tues 15 October  9.30-10.45am Kundalini Yoga @9 Greenlands Lane , Col 5

Tues 15 October  6.15-7.30pm  Kundalini Yoga(Shaunagh) @ 145/5 Fife Rd , Col 5

Wed 16 October 5-7.30am     Kundalini Yoga @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE CLASS)

Wed 16 October 6.45-8pm        Kundalini Yoga@9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Thurs 17 October 6.30-7.45pm  Kundalini Yoga@9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Remember you can buy your 4000Rs class pass for 12 classes over 4 weeks.

Please note NO Tuesday class from 22 Oct to 16 November 2019.

Emotional Intelligence – Kundalini Yoga 6.45pmWed 25 July @ 9 Greenlands Lane


Our happiness will not be complete until we understand our emotions and what they are trying to tell us. We feel that emotions drain us and if we could live without negative emotions, we would be happier.

GuruMeher has made a study of our emotions, he calls them the Senses of the Soul. He says “We do two things wrong with emotions we either let them take over us or we repress them.”   Students and yoga teachers alike have been asking me about how to deal with difficult emotions and I feel that especially the spiritual community tries to bypass difficult emotions. In fact I had a friend who did 3 to 4 kriyas and meditations per day to try and kriya her way out of feelings dark emotions. You may feel better initially but these emotions only get stronger if denied or vilified.

GuruMeher talks about emotions being the immune system of our mental health, therefore when we have an emotion use the clarity of our mind to try and understand what that emotion is trying to tell us.

Practical Solutions

So how do we do this? If an emotion is bothering you bring it into your consciousness awareness. Especially when you meditate. So next time you meditate bring in the emotion and listen to it what is it trying to tell you. Your emotions do not talk like your brain.   Start observing yourself not just your thoughts but listen with your self sensory system to feel the answer.

If you are in a meditative or neutral mind state when you bring up a difficult emotion your pre frontal cortex lights up and you feel clear, in normal situations your limbic system takes over and you go cloudy and unconscious. For example, feel the shame and after a while the shame will not feel so bad, as long as you are not feeding it with your thoughts. You need to feel this on a somatic (physical)level. Ask yourself, what do I need to do to feel better? This is the future of therapy ,it is self therapy. You will find yourself through it. It is a simple formula, you know what you are feeling and know what to do to feel better.

For example fear can eventually lead you to peace. If you would like to know more read GuruMeher Singh’s book called, Senses of the Soul.

Sat nam x raymond.fiona@gmail.com   0778011984 www.sanasuma.co.uk  www.3ho.org

Mon 23 July 6.15-7.30pm    Kundalini Yoga @ Prana Lounge, Col 7

Tues 24 July 9.45-10.45am  Kundalini Yoga @ Om Shambala

Tues 24 July 3.30-4.30pm       Special Needs Kids Class@ Reach Beyond, Tickel Rd, Col 8

Tues 24 July 6-7.15pm           Kundalini Yoga Class Shaunagh @ 145/5Fife Road, Col 5

Wed 25 July 5.00- 7.30am     Sadhana @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE)

Wed 25 July 6.45-8pm           Kundalini Yoga @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Thurs 26 July 11-1pm   Special Needs Kids and Teachers @ Reach Beyond, Tickel Rd, Col 8

Fri     27 July 6-7.30pm       Lunar Eclipse and Full Moon Gong Bath @ Sri Yoga Shala, Thalpe, Galle

Fri   27 July 6.15-7.45pm Lunar Eclipse & Full Moon Gong Bath Shaunagh @ Om Shambala, Fife Rd Col 5

Life as it is Not as we Are! – Kundalini yoga Wed 18 April 6.45pm @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5


Seeing the world as it is not as we Are?

I read an interesting quote this week, “we see the world not as it is but as we are. A saint sees the world as a saint, a killer sees only murders or victims” by Neil Gaiman. I think we are all guilty of living in our mind. We talked about how the brain favours its blue print of the world, so we can live in low power mode. Therefore it does not have to experience reality as it is, new, fresh, for the first time. It quickly categorises experiences so we can place them in the correct pigeon hole and therefore not really experience the reality of what is. On the surface this seems like a simple solution so your brain can work on more pressing issues like your problems, worries, regrets etc. But in reality it stops you experiencing the wonder of life.   Every taste is stale not fresh and vibrant. Every birdsong goes unnoticed instead of being music to your ears.

The gap between seeing the world as we are, as oppose to, how it is, is suffering. In short, we just keep on getting the same old problems wrapped up in a different package but keep on desiring a different outcome. Nothing seems to change.

When our overly, assertive, positive mind says, “Oh it was just not meant to be”. Know this is just a defense mechanism to make you feel better but ultimately keep you from living your dreams. We need to change our affirmation from frustration which makes us feel important. To spending time every day to reduce the noise in our minds after meditation and dream our dreams and affirm, “I will succeed. I have forever”.   When we put a time limit on our dreams we are setting ourselves up for the expected failure, or “I knew it would not work”, because once again being right is more important than being happy and complaints gain sympathy, again a short-term pleasure but not getting you to a place of joy.


Practical Solutions

This week let’s take the challenge of learning to develop patience, notice how your body is feeling at any point in the day and relax it. Feel joy in your heart, while being super alert to noticing all the sensory information coming in. If you want life to be different you need to change your thinking. Use the affirmation, I will succeed, I have forever. Sat nam x raymond.fiona@gmail.com   0778011984 www.sanasuma.co.uk www.3ho.org

This week’s classes:

Wed 18 April 5.00- 7.30am   Sadhana @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE)

Wed 18 April 6.45-8pm         Kundalini Yoga@ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5

Thurs 19 April 3-4pm               Kundalini Yoga@ Prana Lounge, Col 7.

Sat 21 April 5.30-7pm               Healing Gong Bath@ Prana Lounge, Col 7


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Lets come together as students, community and teachers to celebrate our conscious awareness at the Kundalini Yoga Fest Day Sunday 25 Feb 2018 at Prana Lounge. More than 10 teachers including International teachers HARI KARAM and Madeleine (UK) will be giving workshops and Kundalini classes to include:

  • Basics of Kundalini Yoga including Q&A sessions
  • 10 Esoteric Bodies
  • Sadhana (FREE)
  • Kids and Parents Radiant Yoga
  • Superhealth and Kundalini yoga
  • Mantra and Chanting
  • Meditation
  • Emotional Healing
  • Celestial Communication
  • Gong Sound Healing and Euphoric Dance

For more information please contact Rachel or Fiona on 0778011984.

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Mantra – Control your mind’s Broadcasts! Kundalini yoga 8 May 6.15pm Prana Lounge, Col 7


For Kundalini yogis, the impact of sound and vibration is the teacher or Guru. We are united with the Infinite through the vibration of the sound current or Naad. Kundalini yoga prepares your body and mind and enhances your hearing capacity so that you can recognise and hear the sound current.

I am asked many times when I play the Gong, how did I learn to play? It is a mixture of developing my intuition over the last 15 years, to play intuitively. But I feel that that would not have been enough. The real key was when I learnt and chanted mantra, particularly the Long Ek Ong Kars for 4 years. This enhanced my hearing capacity to allow me to hear the sound current.

Yogi Bhanjan reminds us, that our minds are not under our control and mantra is something that can bring the mind under our control.

Let’s look at the word Mantra. Man, mind and Tra projection. Whatever sets the projection of the mind is called Tra. Tra brings harmony, Tral means harmonious notes and Tra is the projected wave length of harmony.

If I say fire the arrow at a precise longitude and latitude, I am giving you the Tra or projection for that arrow. This is the same with the mind the Tra sets the projection of where the mind wants to get to.

Mantra is a cyclable, a key, a code, a sound which fixes the projection of the mind. It projects through the mind that secret code.

When we understand that on a quantum level everything in the Universe is in a constant state of vibration manifested in either, light, sound and energy, we understand how powerful chanting mantra can be for us. This is not a religious thing or even a mystical thing, it is a practical technology that works.

Start changing what your mind is broadcasting, by chanting instead of thinking in mind loops. Start listening to your mind, emotions and also what you say. Does your projection really reflect you? Or is it , the negative self, the victim self, the judgemental self, the worrier self? And is this what you want to be broadcasting and resonating? If it is not, be the change you want to see.

The purpose of chanting is to have a direct connection with the soul or infinite self that resides beyond your mind. You chant and your mind hears the sound of infinity through your voice, there is no higher meditation you can do. Start chanting Sat nam to yourself. Even this simple phrase of truth or true self will start making a change to your mind and its projection.

Sat nam Fi x sanasumainsrilanka.wordpress.com read our weekly blogs and brain candy updatesraymond.fiona@gmail.com www.sanasuma.co.uk 0778011984

This week’s classes:

Mon 8 May 6.15-7.30   Kundalini Yoga@ Prana Lounge, 60 Horton Pl, Colombo 7

Tues 9 May 6-7pm       Meditation @ The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Rd, Col 5

Thurs 11 May 6-7.30pm Gong Bath@ Sri Yoga Shala, Thalpe, Galle.

Fri   12 May 6.30-7.30pm  Acro Jam@ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Rd, Col 5 (FREE)

Sat    13 May 5-7.30am       Sadhana@9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE)

Sun 14 May 5-7.30 am     Sadhana @9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE)

Sound Guru- learn to redirect your mind and solve your problems – 14 Nov 6.15-7.45pm Kundalini Yoga and Gong bath

gurunanak_-_sewa_singhThe nature of Vibration

Every element of the Universe is in a constant state of vibration manifested to us as light, sound, and energy. The human senses perceive only a fraction of the infinite range of vibration, so it is difficult to comprehend that sound and vibration underlies and sustains all creation.

What is Naad and Sound Current?  

Naad means “the essence of all sound.” Naad is the universal code behind language and therefore behind human communication.

The sound current or Shabad is the frequency that can dissolve your personality and mind patterns so you are left in your elemental pure state.

The Shabad Guru, (Shabad- sound current and Guru -teacher)  the sound that is the teacher, is the quantum technology developed and given to us by the enlightened master Guru Nanak which directly alters our consciousness through the power of the Naad removing the constrictions and distortions of the ego.

Guru Nanak was born on 14 November 1469 into a relatively high caste Hindu family. At a very young age, he began questioning everything: the empty rituals that seemed meaningless; the arbitrary division of people based on caste; the lower status of women. He studied with yogis, scholars and developed a very high level of consciousness.

During an enlightenment experience he bought a new quantum technology to humanity. He realised that by using the sound current you could reach altered states of mind and enlightenment, i.e. to experience the finite you and the infinite you at the same time. He recorded his experiences in the Song of the Soul, Japji.


If I had a traumatic event that happened 10 years ago but I am now pulling that event into the present moment because I do not know how to control my mind, I can become easily manipulated by outside events. When my mind is constantly anaylsing the events of 10 years ago I am filling up my electromagnetic field with these thought currents. My electromagnetic field now begins to broadcast these thoughts out, sending me more of the same problems, a catch 22 loop. What I need to do is move beyond this event. I do this by using the quantum technology of sound to redirect my mind to be in a better state of awareness.

Reciting Japji and other Shabad sounds over time redirects the mind. The mind is going to go where you point it. So when we use the science of naad we are using our mind in an intelligent way. It helps us deal with our mental problems and projections by directing our mind into the neutral space. (Please see last week’s blog 7.11.2016 on neutral mind). Kundalini yogic science is a transportation system which enables you to view your problems from a different perspective, (the perspective of the neutral mind) that can allow you to drop problems out of your awareness instead of getting stuck in an analytical fog.

For example, reciting a Shabad mantra like SA, TA, NA, MA or listening to the Gong will redirect the mind to change its elemental perception of what it is focusing on.

    • Instead of my problems suddenly my mind is filled with this sound, rhythm and momentum which creates a physical chemical change in my perception.
  • Through Naad yoga, using our lips, moving our tongue to hit certain meridian points in our upper pallet, we can alter consciousness by changing the chemical composition of the fluids and neurochemicals in the brain.


It moves me into a different state of awareness where I can deal with my problems by dropping them out of my awareness. Problems fade as you move past them and move to a different space of awareness.

Sat nam Fi x sanasumainsrilanka.wordpress.com read our weekly blogs and brain candy updates. http://www.sanasuma.co.uk

Mon 14 November 6.15-7.30pm   Gong Bath @ Prana Lounge, 60 Horton Place, Col 7

Tues 15 November 6-7pm             Meditation @ The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road, Col 5

Wed 16 November 4.45- 7am        Sadhana @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE CLASS)

Wed 16 November 7.15-8.15pm   Kundalini Yoga @ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road Col

Fri   18 November 6.30-7.30pm   Community Class (BY Donation) @The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Rd

Sat   19 November 9.30-10.30am   Hatha General @ The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road, Col 5

Sun 20 November 10-11am              Hatha General @ The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road, Col 5