By Guru Prem Singh Khalsa
Guru Prem Singh Khalsa wrote this booklet Divine Alignment after being requested by means of Yogi Bhajan to write down a handbook, 'How to do Kundalini Yoga Correct.' this can be a nice handbook to start studying Yoga or when you have had any hassle on your Yoga perform, accidents, and so forth, this handbook provide you with instruments to perform with ease.Learn to properly follow Mula Bandh (Root Lock), Jalandar Bandh (Neck Lock) Uddiyana Bandh (Diaphragm Lock), easy methods to Breathe safely, Do Breath of fireside, Sat Kriya, research Navel Intelligence, hot Ups and extra. Guru Prem Singh Khalsa writer
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