We use the following mantra (Adi Mantra) to begin class by "tuning in" to the golden chain of teachers:
Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo
Creative Force I Call Upon Infinite Teacher Divine Energy I Call Upon
"I call upon the Divine Creative wisdom of the Infinite."
The main "kriya" (set of Kundalini Yoga exercises) begins. Each exercise usually lasts from 3 to 7 minutes. The kriya will rejuvenate a component of your mind / body / spiritual system. It could be a particular muscle group, your glandular system, nervous system, organs or your mind. At the end of the kriya you will be consolidated into a new and healthier physical and mental state.
Deep relaxation follows the kriya. In Kundalini Yoga it is as important to relax as it is to move the body. This is when your body is able to integrate the positions you have just practiced and heal itself.
Meditation follows the relaxation. Your body will be transformed as a result of the kriya. Your mind and emotions will now become calm and clear, allowing clear direction of your attention. You will sense and develop your "quiet mind" and your ability to concentrate.
Closing the class. After loosening the muscles and raising your energy, we will project that feeling of vitality to others by closing with the following blessing:
"May the long time sun shine upon you All love surround you And the pure light within you Guide your way on."