How To Do Bound Lotus, Kundalini Yoga Pose

by | Feb 28, 2014 | Flexibility, Kundalini Yoga

Surrender To Infinity: Bound Lotus

I will never forget the first time I met Mahan Kirn, the living master of Bound Lotus. She is the embodiment of an enlightened Goddess, her aura is electric, emanating power I’d never experienced before. I immediately wanted to be in her presence and absorb her beauty. Listening to her story cracked open my heart to a whole new awareness of the ultimate self-realization and miraculous healing power that arises, from living your dharma.

Kundalini Yoga is an undiluted, yogic technology of true transformation. I’ve been practicing the yoga kriyas, meditations, chanting the mantras and teaching endlessly.  I love exalting my spirit in this consciousness, 10 years on, my mission to share this yoga with the world is intensifying.

Bound Lotus, a.k.a. Baddha Padmasana or psychic union pose, with deep roots in Hatha, Ashtanga, and Kundalini Yoga. In Kundalini Yoga, as Taught by Yogi Bhajan, Bound Lotus is practiced for up to 31 minutes per day, resulting in boundless physical, mental, emotional and spiritual transformations within the yogi.

Bound Lotus can be seen as the ‘Seat of Awareness’ that allows you to merge into the spirit realm where all healing is possible.

Bound Lotus is a restorative posture, for profound healing and it activates the entire body by binding it into the symbol of infinity. The legs are in full-lotus with the arms crossed behind the back, hands holding the toes with the forehead on the ground. There’s modifications for all levels of flexibility and experience.

Bound Lotus is one of the practices that is on my to-do list for understanding the Laws of Universal Healing.

For the ultimate healing, commit to 31 minutes per day for 40, 90, 120 0r 1000 days for MASTERY.

Love Kimilla xx

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