Some things belong in pairs: Vegemite and cheese, maple and bacon, chips and mayo. Strange that all my favourite pairings are food related… forgetting my food obsession for the moment and back to delicious couplings – the Kundalini Yoga and Kundalini music pairing is perhaps the best of all.
Recently I came across a blog that talked about writing up your intentions for the following year and keeping them in an intention box. Considering the success I’ve been having with intentions I thought it was a pretty good idea so I mentioned it to my girlfriend, Emma, who said she’s been reading about Vision Boards.
The intention box was completely forgotten. Why would I want to keep my desires hidden away in a box anyway?
I hate Yoga. It’s a fact.
But as we’ve heard previously I’m also a yes man. So when a girlfriend asked me to go to Kundalini Yoga with her, I said yes. I also had the reading and Lynette in my head saying I have to do Yoga, I have to give it another go, it’s meant to be part of my life.
We had both never tried Kundalini and neither of us had an idea of what to expect, though I was expecting to hate yet another version of it.