Brave Heart Yogis--
Learn the Tactics that Change the World!
When you see or hear about this whole bunch of "haters," do you just want to get out there and punch them in the gut?
Or do you get paralyzed or confused, which renders you powerless or ineffective?
How about a better way?
A Yogic Way of Martial Arts to meet hatred and aggression?
Learn how to be absolutely appropriate in your response while raising yourself and humanity to the next levels
of evolution! Yep! We can do that together!
In our power-packed TRAINING together, you will learn to:
Transform the powerlessness of fear and insecurity to become exponentially Present!
How to connect with your Infinite, cozy Self for impeccable guidance. Let go of confusion to ride Truth.
Maintain consistent focus by corralling your mind. Tame the wild to become your laser Power.
Outrageously affect the "world" around you and yourself to change habitual anger, hatred and aggression with the mystical energetic martial art from a revealed pranyam. Transformation.
Stabilize and ground yourself into expanded Awareness.
Bring your yoga equipment and pencil and paper, or even a recorder so that you may continue to
study this over time.
Now, as we are moving into the dire times that Yogi Bhajan forecast since the ealry 1970s that will usher in the long-awaited Aquarian Age, we are seeing the darkness of our world come out from hiding. It is rising up to create ugliness and chaos. And at the same time, we are being pushed by natural disasters.
The problem is that I am seeing people who have proclaimed to live by Spirit for decades turning to hate against hate! They are allowing themselves to become hateful because they don't know how to handle the darkness as it arises. But as you can guess, there is a huge problem with that.
As that great Japanese hero of "Two Swords," Musashi learned and taught, anger simply unroots you from your center, Those great distractions of anger, fear and hate render one defenseless, no matter how much training they have had, or how strong they are. Mental focus is lost, one's "personhood" is lost, and one degrades themself by joining in the hate of the attacker. Yikes!
Let's train for something better, a state of being that will outrageously but so simply carry us as we actually become the visceral Lighthouse. Then we live our Destiny to help transform humanity to the promise of the Aquarian Age of peace, kindness, powerful and free-flowing love and shared prosperity.
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Meet Durga (as pictured at the top of the page)
The Hindu Mother Goddess, a personification of Adi Shakti who broke the back of war among ancient Indian factions that sought to conrol the people with hate and manipulation.
Her secret weapons were sheer fealessness as she dwells in the Infinity,
and powerful compassion and ferocity that broke the bonds of hate, to overthrow the enemies of peace!
At Khalsa Women's Training Camp, Yogi Bhajan introduced us to Durga and implored us to study her and develop her qualities. As a profound teacher and transformer of the human spirit, he could be merciless in breaking down our prejudices and fears while building our strength, yet he was relentless in his cozy exquisite love and support for us!
He encouraged use to practice Martial Arts to develop that fearlessness to stay Present in the fight, to remain absolutely Aware and "magically" guided in the center of the frey; to learn the moves of defense and Transformation/Resolution--whatever that might be without being thrown off by hate, fear, or prejudices--either our own or those that were projected on us.
My personal arts were Akido (the amazing Art of Harmonizing Energy), Kenjitsu (Japanese Sword), and Gatka (Sikh Sacred Sword Practice). For years, I practiced one of them every day and all three on Sundays. They made my heart explode with happiness!
MORE ABOUT DURGA
Durga has been a warrior goddess, and she is depicted to express her martial skills. Her iconography typically resonates with these attributes, where she rides a lion or a tiger, has between eight to eighteen hands, each holding a weapon to destroy and create. She is often shown in the midst of her war with Mahishasura, the buffalo demon at the time she victoriously kills the demonic force. Her icon shows her in action, yet her face is calm and serene. In Hindu arts, this tranquil attribute of Durga's face is traditionally derived from the belief that she is protective and violent not because of her hatred, egotism or getting .pleasure in violence, but because she acts out of necessity, for the love of the good, for
liberation of those who depend on her, and a mark of the beginning of soul's journey to creative freedom.
Durga traditionally holds the weapons of various male gods of Hindu mythology, which they give her to fight the evil forces because they feel that she is the shakti (energy, power). These include chakra, conch, bow, arrow, sword, javelin, shield, and a noose. These weapons are considered symbolic by Shakta Hindus, representing self-discipline, selfless service to others, self-examination, prayer, devotion, remembering her mantras,
cheerfulness and meditation. Durga herself is viewed as the "Self" within and the divine
mother of all creation. She has been revered by warriors, blessing their new weapons. Durga iconography
has been flexible in the Hindu traditions, where for example some intellectuals place a pen or other writing implements in her hand since they consider their stylus as their weapon.
Durga appears in Hindu mythology in numerous forms and names, but ultimately all these are different aspects and manifestations of one goddess. She is imagined to be terrifying and destructive when she has to be, but benevolent and nurturing when she needs to be. While anthropomorphic icons of her, such as those showing her riding a lion and holding weapons are common, the Hindu traditions use aniconic forms and geometric designs (yantra) to remember and revere what she symbolizes.