Do you have a daily experience of inner peace? What about a daily practice of self-care?
My guest today argues a daily spiritual practice is essential for women in these stressful contemporary times.
Welcome to the Emerging Women podcast. Today my guest is Snatam Kaur.
Snatam is a musician with a voice of an angel. She transforms traditional Sikh chants of India into nectar for the soul in our troubled times.
She is also a yogi, author, and teacher.
Her 2016 book titled Original Light; the Morning Practice of Kundalini Yoga encourages women to create a personal daily spiritual practice.
Snatam was raised in the Sikh and Kundalini Yoga tradition with revered spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan. She has taught and shared Naad Yoga and Kundalini Yoga and meditation through her concerts, recorded music and workshops for the past 20 years.
Snatam says that through a daily practice or “soul work” women can experience joy, energy, health, and connection with others and the Divine.
Snatam advises all women to weave into their lives a regular experience of inner peace – and gives us a roadmap for how to wake up and how to integrate our energy into society on a daily basis.
In today’s episode, Snatam and I spoke about:
- The one question every woman must ask themselves today.
- The importance of a daily spiritual practice of self-love, self-care, purification, and acceptance.
- The connection between our body, mind, and soul.
- The power of sacred recitation, yoga, and chanting to heal worry, stress and anxiety.
We dive into those topics and more! Here is my conversation “Original Light” with Snatam Kaur.