In 1932 Carl Jung presented four seminars on the Kundalini Yoga to the Psychological Club in Zurich. This seminar was in response to six lectures given by Wilhelm Hauer. I just started reading Jung's response in a book edited by Sonuy Shamdasani, The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga.
So far, this book is an interesting read about the intersect of Kundalini Yoga and Psychology--two of my passions. In true Jungian form, the text can be dense and difficult (see Diary of a Mad Man? Carl Jung's Red Book Finally Published) to understand. But I'm definitely enjoying the book and it inspires me for my journey this coming week: I will be participating in a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Personally, I have practiced Kundalini Yoga for almost two years and look forward to immersing myself into the teacher training. Stay tuned as I blog live from Kripalu about the psychology of Kundalini Yoga and my personal experiences starting Saturday.
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