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Day 11 of the Cherdi Kala Yoga Advent Calendar

 
Enjoy the blessing and guidance of your 11th present!

 

Gurprasaad & Hukamnama

The 11th part of the Mul Mantra is Gurprasaad.
The gift or blessing of the Guru.

Each moment is a gift. Each moment is exactly as it is supposed to be, only we mostly don’t see it this way. There are infinite reasons why you would not say that a certain moment is how it should be, unless you have absolute faith in the Divine unfolding of reality. That each moment is a gift and that only our attitude can be such that it can receive this gift….or not. ‘Nothing is good or bad, only thinking makes it so’.

So if your consciousness is dawning to this idea that there is a pearl to be received from each moment, from each day, you can ask for guidance on how to align your attitude to this perspective. Many traditions use this concept of what we call in the Sikh Tradition a Hukam, or Hukamnama. You can think of the Tarot or I-Ching that work in the same way.

Hukam (Punjabi: ਹੁਕਮਿ) is a Punjabi word derived from the Arabic hukm, meaning “command” or “divine order.” In Sikhism, Hukam represents the goal of becoming in harmony with the will of the Divine and thus attaining inner peace. In Kundalini Yoga we use the mantra ‘God and Me, Me and God, Are ONE’. A perfect representation of the Number 11.

It also designates the practice of opening up at random to a page in the Sikh scripture (Siri Guru Granth Sahib) to receive Divine guidance on how to handle a certain situation, as answer to a question, or as more general guidance for that day.

Hukamnama, is a compound of two words hukm, meaning command or order, and namah, meaning letter or statement. In the Sikh tradition, historically it refers to the letters sent by the Sikh Gurus to their Sikhs or sangats (congregation) in different parts of the country for guidance. This was during the period of the Ten Gurus from 1469 to 1708. Now it is used to refer to a random Shabd {hymn-poem} that comes from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Which is considered a living Guru and which in this way is also offering guidance.

If you would like to try this out, you can visit the webiste from Sikhnet where you can take a personal Hukam.

https://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/personal

If you have trouble understanding the meaning (sometimes the message can be cryptic or culturally and historically specific), don’t hesitate to send us a message and perhaps we can help and read it with you.

Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh!

Sat Naam,
 
Every day until Christmas, we have put a yogic gift for you into the reindeer’s bag. And each day it will be something different.
 
It could be a brief video yoga class, or a numerological (Karam Kriya) sharing about the qualities of number 12 (December) or of the year ahead. It could be one of our favorite recipes for this time of the year, or a voucher for an upcoming event. It could be one of our favorite kriyas, or a specific meditation we practice for these times, or a mantra to chant throughout the day to keep your spirits up…or, or, or.
 
Advent means ‘the coming, or arrival, of’. It is widely used in preparation for the celebration of the coming of Christ. The incarnation of Christ Consciousness as recognized in the person of Jesus Christ. Christ Consciousness, Krishna Consciousness, Buddha Consciousness, Nanak Consciousness, YOUR Higher Consciousness. Your Hu-Man, or Enlightened-Mind, potential.
 
So why not align to this group consciousness, this tradition held in many countries, to anticipate and celebrate your potential? By practicing Kundalini Yoga and Karam Kriya for your upliftment into Cherdi Kala, the Rising Spirit!
 
Each day we post a new link on Facebook with the reindeer bag. Follow the link and pick up your free gift.
 
And we love to hear from you in the comments how you like it and whether it was useful for your day.
 
Merry seasonal blessings,
Bachitar and Hari Krishan
KUNDALINI YOGA
KARAM KRIYA
OTHER TRAININGS
PAST TRAININGS

Day 11 of the Cherdi Kala Yoga Advent Calendar

 
Enjoy the blessing and guidance of your 11th present!

 

Gurprasaad & Hukamnama

The 11th part of the Mul Mantra is Gurprasaad.
The gift or blessing of the Guru.

Each moment is a gift. Each moment is exactly as it is supposed to be, only we mostly don’t see it this way. There are infinite reasons why you would not say that a certain moment is how it should be, unless you have absolute faith in the Divine unfolding of reality. That each moment is a gift and that only our attitude can be such that it can receive this gift….or not. ‘Nothing is good or bad, only thinking makes it so’.

So if your consciousness is dawning to this idea that there is a pearl to be received from each moment, from each day, you can ask for guidance on how to align your attitude to this perspective. Many traditions use this concept of what we call in the Sikh Tradition a Hukam, or Hukamnama. You can think of the Tarot or I-Ching that work in the same way.

Hukam (Punjabi: ਹੁਕਮਿ) is a Punjabi word derived from the Arabic hukm, meaning “command” or “divine order.” In Sikhism, Hukam represents the goal of becoming in harmony with the will of the Divine and thus attaining inner peace. In Kundalini Yoga we use the mantra ‘God and Me, Me and God, Are ONE’. A perfect representation of the Number 11.

It also designates the practice of opening up at random to a page in the Sikh scripture (Siri Guru Granth Sahib) to receive Divine guidance on how to handle a certain situation, as answer to a question, or as more general guidance for that day.

Hukamnama, is a compound of two words hukm, meaning command or order, and namah, meaning letter or statement. In the Sikh tradition, historically it refers to the letters sent by the Sikh Gurus to their Sikhs or sangats (congregation) in different parts of the country for guidance. This was during the period of the Ten Gurus from 1469 to 1708. Now it is used to refer to a random Shabd {hymn-poem} that comes from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Which is considered a living Guru and which in this way is also offering guidance.

If you would like to try this out, you can visit the webiste from Sikhnet where you can take a personal Hukam.

https://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/personal

If you have trouble understanding the meaning (sometimes the message can be cryptic or culturally and historically specific), don’t hesitate to send us a message and perhaps we can help and read it with you.

Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh!

 

Sat Naam,
 
Every day until Christmas, we have put a yogic gift for you into the reindeer’s bag. And each day it will be something different.
 
It could be a brief video yoga class, or a numerological (Karam Kriya) sharing about the qualities of number 12 (December) or of the year ahead. It could be one of our favorite recipes for this time of the year, or a voucher for an upcoming event. It could be one of our favorite kriyas, or a specific meditation we practice for these times, or a mantra to chant throughout the day to keep your spirits up…or, or, or.
 
Advent means ‘the coming, or arrival, of’. It is widely used in preparation for the celebration of the coming of Christ. The incarnation of Christ Consciousness as recognized in the person of Jesus Christ. Christ Consciousness, Krishna Consciousness, Buddha Consciousness, Nanak Consciousness, YOUR Higher Consciousness. Your Hu-Man, or Enlightened-Mind, potential.
 
So why not align to this group consciousness, this tradition held in many countries, to anticipate and celebrate your potential? By practicing Kundalini Yoga and Karam Kriya for your upliftment into Cherdi Kala, the Rising Spirit!
 
Each day we post a new link on Facebook with the reindeer bag. Follow the link and pick up your free gift.
 
And we love to hear from you in the comments how you like it and whether it was useful for your day.
 
Merry seasonal blessings,
Bachitar and Hari Krishan
KUNDALINI YOGA
KARAM KRIYA
OTHER TRAININGS
PAST TRAININGS

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