Yogic Science to Break Habits - Relationships & Food Issues
SuperHealth offers a revolutionary approach to breaking habits and addictive behavior combining Kundalini yoga and meditation along with nutrition awareness, including specific therapeutic juice formulas for detoxification and rehabilitation. This 5,000 year old technology is precise and scientific.
Type of Event
Healthy relationships and their multi-faceted dynamics are easier said than done! Often we love too much and find it difficult to set boundaries. We can feel hurt or disappointed when we expect too much from others, whether it be a spouse, friend, employee or neighbor. It's not our intention, however it happens.
Food is basic to our survival and one of our first learning experiences. Compulsive, irrational and uncontrolled eating are self-depriving factors linked to self-respect, endurance and self-determination. Hurt, sadness, frustration or any “uncomfortable’ feeling get “stuffed away” and become an entrenched behavior pattern.
Learn positive coping mechanisms for healthier life choices with Kundalini yoga and meditation. The use of mantra or Sound Affirmation therapy works with the psychological clearance of the subconscious mind, recalibrating blocks and memories in the psyche.
Have fun in this class and adjust your own level of vibrancy. Most of all, experience a completeness within your own self and connection to your spiritual vitality. Feel good and be the hope of your own life!
You will learn:
Identification of unconscious triggers and the impact of addictive behavior on relationships
Understand how Kundalini Yoga strengthens the nervous, glandular, circulatory and digestive system which is directly affected by substances, stress and outside sensory distractions.
Foods that promote health and healing to expedite detoxification of toxins and enhance the rehabilitation process
Recalibrate addictive patterning and its imprint on the psyche
About the facilitator - Mukta Kaur Khalsa, PhD
Director of SuperHealth, personally trained in technology with Yogi Bhajan for 30 years and worked closely with him in NM serving as Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Author, “Meditations for Addictive Behavior”
Special Representative to United Nations Office of Drug control and Crime, Vienna, Austria
Co-author Research paper in “Journal of Ethnicity of Substance Abuse – project in collaboration with government of India