“happiness is a state of mind”

Jiwan Shakti Kaur

“If the glandular secretion and the blood chemistry are not right, it doesn’t matter how powerful and wonderful you are, you are a handicapped person”

Yogi Bhajan


Kundalini Yoga Workshop


Jiwan Shakti Kaur

Every single emotion, every passion and every action are determined by a hormone. Same applies to our health, the physical and mental state of being.
We are not “made like that”, you are not a “grumpy one”, she is not a “lazy one“: We are biochemistry!
Our capacity to love, understand, accept and even our mood, hunger, thirst, desire, ability to concentrate, to procreate, to resist, our way to live relationships, our sexual potency, everything is connected to our endocrine glands and their functioning.
Prolonged stress, wrong food, lack of exercise, incoherent lifestyle,
menopause and andropause are some of the main causes of the loss of hormonal balance.

Happiness is a state of the mind, depending on the complex interplay of chemicals in the brain.
Their availability depends on the food we consume, what we think,
physical activity, the interaction with the environment.
A sense of well-being is the result of a balanced hormone level. Too much or too little may manifest as mania or respectively as depression.

If you are happy, happiness will come to you because happiness wants to go where happiness is. – Yogi Bhajan

In this workshop we will explore dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, endorphins, the 4 hormones which directly are involved in our experience of happiness:

• Dopamine causes a sense of contentment and happiness. It is involved in controlling the mood.

• Serotonin is correlated with variations in personality and mood and is also linked to depression. Serotonin prevents depression and makes a person happy.

• Oxytocin is sometimes referred to as ‘love hormone’ because it is secreted in response to the social recognition, bonding and loving physical contact/orgasm.

• Endorphins make us feel good, reduce pain and anxiety.


Kundalini Yoga Workshop


Jiwan Shakti Kaur

Stress is not from any outside quarter. Stress is when outside pressure is not matched and overcome by your inside intelligence. – Yogi Bhajan

There are no things or people that stress us but there is a way of seeing the world that makes us under stress.

Stress is not “something” but a way of reacting.

Adrenaline, Norepinephrine, Cortisol are the 3 hormones directly involved in stress.
Balancing them and maintain in balance their level we can transform our life in a stress-free zone.

Stress-free zone is an intensive of Kundalini Yoga so you will experience kriya, meditations and mantras suitable for regaining and maintaining your hormonal balance. With a simple individual test, you will be able to discover the signals sent by your body and acquire a deep understanding of your glandular system. You will learn how little changes in your lifestyle and diet can bring a significant change in your psycho-physical-emotional condition and give you less stress and joyful & stressful life.

• Adrenaline is a hormone released from the adrenal glands and its major action, together with noradrenaline, is to prepare the body for ‘fight or flight’.

• Norepinephrine, also called noradrenaline are vital to the fight-or-flight response, whereby the body prepares to react to or retreat from an acute threat.

• Cortisol regulates a wide range of processes throughout the body, including metabolism and the immune response. It also has a very important role in helping the body respond to stress. It’s called the “stress hormone”.


Kundalini Yoga Workshop


Jiwan Shakti Kaur

The female cycle is a biological wonder, where the smooth change of hormones mirrors our inherent capacity of creativity also on a biological level. Stress, food, incoherent lifestyle and menopause are some of the main causes of the loss of hormonal balance. But also each single emotion, every passion and action are determined by a hormone!
Learn how you can easily introduce changes in your life, creating big effects for a richer and happier life.
Also, we will do an individual test of your glandular system which allows you to discover the signals your body sends, listen to them and act accordingly for establishing balance and serenity in the flow of life with kriyas, mantras, meditations and much more.

• Estrogen is one of two main sex hormones that women have. It is responsible for female physical features and reproduction. Men have estrogen, too, but in smaller amounts.

• If estrogen is the superhero sex hormone in women, then progesterone is its trusty sidekick. Progesterone has many of its own important functions in your body, but it also plays a big role in balancing out the effect of estrogen, especially in the lining of your uterus.

•  A woman’s testosterone levels naturally change throughout her life, her menstrual cycle, and even at different times of the day. A woman with low testosterone does not contain enough to help produce new blood cells, maintain sex drive, or boost levels of other reproductive hormones.

Life is a lie if truth is not found. Truth is just an idea if it is not lived. It is living that matters. – Yogi Bhajan

By a simple, individual test, in all those workshops you will discover the signals your body sends, providing you with a profound understanding of your glandular system. In this workshop, you will experience a variety of Yoga exercises, meditations, mantras and many tools more, and you will learn how easily small changes in your lifestyle, in your diet, allow you to make a significant change to a richer happy life.

Your job is to control yourself.
Your job is to discipline yourself.
Your job is to deal with everything in life with affection, love and kindness.
Yogi Bhajan