Awaken your inner calm through pituitary gland activation - kundalini yoga workshop

Satguru-4

Schedule & Booking

  • Date: 09/03/2024
  • Teacher: Sat Guru (Cheryl Baker)
  • Price: £45.00

Saturday 9th March

4pm - 6.30pm

Book Workshop

Dive into the Power Behind T 3rd Eye (AJNA)

Using millennial techniques to clear the vision, awaken insight and tap into inner wisdom. Through Kundalini Yoga - Somatic - Breath Work - Guided Music - Reiki infused cosmic gong Sound Bath

“I am allowed to be sensitive. I enjoy my life to the full. I am allowed to live joyfully.”

We will practice certain pranayama (breath) control and long, deep breathing to activate the pituitary and pineal glands, kundalini kriya for brain hemisphere balance, meditation & a nidra based relaxation with gong sound bath to sink into a deep relaxation where deep calm and a revitalised sensorial experience can be felt and alchemy awakened.

Sixth Sense activation relates to the act of seeing, physically and intuitively. It opens our psychic faculties and our understand of archetypal levels. When healthy, it allows us to see “the bigger picture”.

Ajna signifies the unconscious mind, the direct link to Brahma. (ultimate reality).

The Ajna Chakra, when activated and balanced, makes us more aware and alert. It provides wisdom and deepens spiritual awakening. It is the seat of knowledge, spiritual awareness and awakened wisdom.

The Symbol That The Third Eye Chakra Represents:

The Ajna chakra is represented by the Sanskrit letter 'OM' placed over an inverted triangle that is secured within a circle between two lotus petals. This symbol is violet or indigo in colour which is associated with night and opens the door to the divine. It mainly comprises two elements associated with wisdom; the lotus flower and the upside-down triangle.

It manifests emotionally in the form of indecisiveness, confusion, lack of focus and purpose, depression, self-limiting beliefs, narrow-mindedness, mood disorders, impatience, expectations, burdens of the past, feeling disconnected from the inner self, delusions, and many more negative thoughts that block your sixth sense or inner vision.

What Is The Third Eye Chakra?

Located in the centre of the forehead, between the eyebrows, the Third Eye Chakra also known as Ajna governs our intuition, imagination, and spiritual insight. The energy of this Chakra acts as a gateway to higher consciousness and supports our ability to see beyond the physical realm. The Sanskrit term ‘Ajna’ signifies ‘perception’, ‘command’ or ‘something beyond wisdom’. The Third eye chakra helps to provide a clear vision, trust our inner instincts, and make significant decisions aligned with our higher purpose.

The Element That Third Eye Chakra Governs:

The Dhatu or element of nature that is connected to the Ajna chakra is Light or Tejas Dhatu. Light or brightness brings clarity to all the five sense organs in the body.

The Emotional Body Connected To Third Eye Chakra:

The literal term ‘sixth sense’ comes from this sixth chakra within the body as this third eye chakra is associated with clairvoyance, intense intuition, mystical visions, self-awareness, higher wisdom, visualization, discernment, imagination, the ability to observe chakras and auras within oneself, precognition of certain incidents and out-of-body experiences. It is the realm where we develop an impersonal mind and detach our soul from the physical form and mental illusions. The Third eye chakra helps to transcend thoughts, worries and fears and to know our inner self deeply from within.

The Mental Body Connected To Third Eye Chakra:

The third eye is the primary location that holds a unique combination of facts, fears, personal experiences and memories which might not be available all the time but are buried deep within the subconscious mind and are active within the energy of the mental body. When activated, both hemispheres of the brain work together and help us transcend dualistic thinking.

The Physical Body Connected To Third Eye Chakra:

The third eye is primarily associated with the pineal gland, a small gland that lies deep within the brain tissue and mainly secretes melatonin which plays a key role in regulating the body’s internal clock mechanism thereby influencing the circadian rhythms and reproductive hormones. It also plays a crucial part in regulating the functions of the body’s neurological system including the brain, eyes, nose, ears, pituitary gland, and pineal glands.