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Deepen your Meditation and elevate your practice to a higher level.

In the tradition of Kundalini Yoga — open for students and teachers of all contemplative disciplines.

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27.10. to 03.11.2019 Friedberg near Augsburg

Certified by the Kundalini Research Institute

»The 21 Stages of Meditation«

The course »The 21 Stages of Meditation« offers meditation practitioners highly effective support in their individual progress.
Being in direct dialogue with Yogi Bhajan, Gurucharan Singh developed and documented this course.
It provides a key to deepen your experience and understanding of meditation.

In the exploration of the 21 Stages, as they progress from Anger and Boredom to Humility, Graceful Enlightenment and the Sage, your own process will become clear.
Three different meditative journeys lead to the subtle core of contemplative awareness, the Infinite Pulse.

Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, Ph.D., LPCC

Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, Ph.D., LPCC

Lead Trainer

Gurucharan Singh Khalsa is world known expert for meditation and Kundalini Yoga. Click his picture to learn more.

Kai Michaelis

Kai Michaelis

Lead Trainer

Practices and teaches Kundalini Yoga for more than 35 years, as a source of well-being as for personal growth. He is trainer for Kundalini Yoga and Sat Nam Rasayan. Click his picture to learn more.

Frequently asked questions

Have you just started with Kundalini Yoga?

This course is an excellent means to deepen your understanding of meditation as taught by Yogi Bhajan.

Are you a Kundalini Yoga teacher?

This course will deepen your practice and provide the skills you need to help you identify where your students are at and how to take them further.

Do you practice a different style of meditation?

This course will broaden the scope of what you understand meditation to be and open new doors of perception in your life and in your practice.

Have you been practicing and teaching Kundalini Yoga for years?

This course will reawaken your passion for the practice and provide the groundwork for a new understanding of how far you have come and where you want to go.

Have you ever felt bored during your meditation?

This course is for you!
Take a look at this illustration by Yogi Bhajan from Stage 2—Boredom:

“Your mind, like a boat, crosses the ocean. It is vast and threatening. It rains from above. Holes can appear at any time in the boat. You think nothing can change and you lay down as if doing nothing will make it go away. You have to get up and grasp the rudder. Hold it steady. Progress is being made.” – Yogi Bhajan

You have taken this journey before, should you take it again?

Absolutely! Each time you approach these powerful meditative practices you are in a different place in your life and will have different experiences and insights. This is a course that is meant to be repeated.

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