“Anything in your life when you mix with fear it becomes non-reality because fear is non-reality. You always want to know what is a truth, truth is which has no fear, lie is which has no truth in it. That means it has fear. So when you fear, mix fear with anything it becomes non-reality”. – Yogi Bhajan
Like it or not fear has always been part of our genetic make. Everyone in the world has fears, some are conscious and some are subconscious.
One of the beautiful aspects of Kundalini Yoga is that it is known as the yoga of awareness, which in a nutshell means that it makes you more aware of your subconscious fears and patterns. There are many types of fear in the world such as the fear of not fitting in, fear of failure or success, the fear of not being seen or the fear of being seen, the fear of losing loved ones, the fear of death, the fear of not being good enough, deserving enough, getting enough, having enough, giving enough, the fear of being alone and many more.
Most of our fears come from our parents, past generations and what we have been taught by society; our teachers at school, TV and magazine commercials and so on.
The bottom line is that our soul is fearless but until the soul is ripe enough to come into its full expression and manifestation, the ego works in a way that builds barriers to give time for the soul to ripen. However, when these barriers are too strong, the ego can work against us in the sense that it can keep the soul confined in a prison cell. When this happens, the mind starts to use fear as a motive confine us in same place, a narrow world view, or holds certain beliefs to be true and nothing else.
That’s why it’s not surprising to hear many people desiring so deeply to be FREE. I want to feel free of…I want freedom….and this freedom is not always of their responsibilities, but it s freedom from their beliefs and fears which makes them feel stuck.
The greatest gift of Kundalini Yoga is that it can very quickly bring your fears to the forefront of you consciousness. It asks you to look at your fears, assess, evaluate digest and choose how you want to live. I have come across many students who become uncomfortable with all that is coming up and preferred not to address it. But if you are brave and ready to take a leap, jump into a Kundalini Yoga class and be ready to confront your inner fears. Choose to transform and let go. Sometimes that required the guidance of you teacher. Don’t be afraid to ask for help! Sat Naam
Kriya to Release Fear and Relax à https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WB2CXzEuCXY