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.
We’ve all heard of the law of attraction. Oprah’s support of The Secret propelled the principle of thought into living rooms all over the world.
While the tide of interest (and credibility) may have waned amongst the majority, for those on ‘the path’, the law of attraction is as stable and reliable as the law of gravity.
So why not put it to the test? Just because we can’t see g-forces doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Just because we can’t see the law of attraction doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
Which brings me to the little experiment I’ve been doing over the past 48 hours…
It’s also the hardest of all to actually read. It’s mostly written in metaphors and heavy symbolism, which I’m really no good at deciphering. I take things at face value and often refuse to read between the lines because of the ambiguity.
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.