Sadhana is daily spiritual practice. A sadhana can include asana practice, a kriya of Kundalini yoga, mantra meditation, silent meditation, prayer, journaling or something that is meaningful to you and takes you within.
Establishing a regular sadhana takes some effort and a lot of self-discipline. But it’s highly beneficial and that is why:
- You awaken your body, tune up your nervous system and generate energy for the upcoming day. The vessel of your physical body is ready to serve you the best way possible throughout the day.
- In the quiet morning hours, while your mind is not yet distracted by miriads of different things (and most probably your family are still sleeping), you can hear the voice of your inner wisdom better. This is the best way to start your day consciously.
- This is the perfect time to set your intentions and the use the generated energy to make steps towards your goals.
- You develop your willpower, stamina and character by doing your sadhana regularly.
- You will learn that you’re capable of doing much more than you ever thought!
Do you have a regular yoga routine? Or are you trying to start one?
Honestly, it’s hard to start doing regular as a beginner. That’s why it’s really great to attend some group classes to receive group support and get motivated. You can learn more about my online classes here https://manko.yoga/kundalini-classes-online/
Come and see if it works for you!