Sadhana literally means ‘discipline’. In the Kundalini Yoga lineage, it is our daily yoga and meditation practice. This can be either a personal practice that you have chosen to commit to (often for 40 days, the length of time to break a habit), or Aquarian Sadhana – the specific 2 ½ hour sadhana given to us by Yogi Bhajan in 1991 to support us to cross consciously into the Age of Aquarius, and to keep up during what he termed the ‘grey period’ that would continue for some decades after the beginning of the Aquarian Age.
Typically, it is recommended that the best hours of practice are between 3:00-7:00 am or 3:00-7:00 pm, because of the specific angle of the sun to the earth during these times. The early hours of the morning are called the amrit vela – a precious time when the veil between the material world and the spiritual world is the most transparent, and when the mind is less active, which makes it easier to be in connection with your soul.
Many Kundalini yogis choose to come together for group sadhana practice, and indeed this is recommended whenever possible as the highest sadhana. There are group sadhanas happening around London and the UK, usually from 5:00-7:30 am, and often with a group breakfast served afterwards. These events are organized by volunteers, and following the principle empty handed you come, empty handed you go, it is recommended to offer a donation for participation.


Sundays 5 – 7.30am

Venue: The Secret Space
105 Fore Street. Hertford, SG14 1AS
Contact: 01992 503141


Weekly Sadhana Tue 5 – 7.30am

Shared breakfast afterwards for anyone who would like to stay on.
Private venue near Pocklington, East Yorkshire YO42, so please contact before turning up.
Contact: 07966 673037


(Previously Kings Cross)

Saturdays 5 – 7.30am

£7 suggested donation/ shared tea and breakfast after. Some Saturdays the Sadhana will be at another venue in South Kensington please call before to confirm.

Venue:  Joy Yoga Studio, Dalston
27D Dalston Ln, London E8 3DF
Check updates on 
Sadhana London Facebook.
Contact: 0787 966 6921


Weekly (Sundays or Saturdays)

Venue: Holistic Health Clinic
53 Beaconsfield Rd. Brighton, BN1 4QH
Contact: 07906 948472


Wednesdays 5.30 – 8am

Please contact to join.

Venue: Gurdwara Nanaksar, Hall 2
3 Peterborough Road. Southampton, SO14 6HY

Contact: 07980 722194


Aquarian Sadhana Sundays 5 – 7.30am

with Mandev Kaur donations welcome
Venue:  Southall Kundalini Yoga Centre,
Dominion Road, Southall UB2 5DP

Contact: 07713 015330,


Sundays 5 – 7.30am once a month

Venue: Time and Talents
The Old Mortuary, St Marychurch Street, London SE16 4JE


Start 7th April 5 – 7.30am

Venue: One Yoga Studio, 14 Albany Road Trading Estate,
Albany Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0AZ.

The attendance of sadhana is free, however £5 donation will be appreciated to cover room costs.

Contact: Daria, 07961 716295,


Amrit Vela Sadhana every Saturday 4 – 7am
4am: Vaheguru Chanting, 5am: Jap Ji Sahib, Jaap Sahib and other Nitnem Banis, 6 – 7am: Kundalini Yoga and Meditation (classes taught by various Kundalini Yoga teachers from the North)
Investment: Donation, all proceeds to the Gurdwara. All welcome. Please bring a head covering.
Venue: Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Grant Street,  Bradford BD3 9HD
Contact: 07710 783622,


Start 7th April 5 – 7.30am

Venue: One Yoga Studio, 14 Albany Road Trading Estate, Albany Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0AZ.

The attendance of sadhana is free, however £5 donation will be appreciated to cover room costs.

Contact: Daria, 07961 716295,

Take a look at the London Kundalini Sangat Facebook page for up to date information on London Sadhana

The structure of Aquarian Sadhana is:
5:00-5:30 Reading Japji (a sacred prayer written by Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru – this prayer is often called Song of the Soul)
5:30 – 6:30 Kundalini Yoga Kriya and Deep relaxation
6:30-7:30 Chanting mantras specifically given by Yogi Bhajan for our times:

Long Ek Ong Kars, Wah Yantee, Mul Mantra, Sat Siri, Siri Akaal, Rakhe rakhanhaar, Wahe Guru Wahe Jio, Guru Ram Das Chant.


SADHNA – Communicating With Your Soul

Everybody has God’s light and it must be lit by a person’s own discipline. And the glass to keep it lit and shining should be kept by the person’s own courage, strength and grit. I believe it. I believe this is the love. I believe everybody has the chance to love one’s soul and every soul has the right to shine and every shine has to bring light and brightness, beauty and bountifulness to all, generation after generation. 

You love your children? You do. They are beautiful. Isn’t that innocent soul in you also your life child ? Have you kissed the soul? Have you hugged the soul? Have you communicated with the soul in the morning at the ambrosial hours when there is absolutely no disturbance? Sadhna is nothing but where a disciplined one, the love, talks to one’s own soul. is nothing but where one cleans his own mind. Sadhna is nothing but where one prepares for the day to become kind and compassionate for everyone, including the enemies.

If you think you are poor, you are poor because you do not communicate with your soul, the source of prosperity, the source of reality. If you think you are desperate, you are desperate because you have no Sadhna. Desperation, depression, and a feeling of destitution comes only to those who have no discipline or Sadhna. Only a house which is not cleaned looks dirty and the mind which is not cleaned, stinks. sadhna is the most selfish act of every act, because it is a self-cleansing. Cleanliness is Godliness. It is good to wear good clothes, look good, be bright, beautiful. But when you want to be blissful and bountiful, you have to have a clear mind, a mind through which your soul, your spirit can shine.

When you stand, take a stand, and stand tall. Walk tall and stand by the strength of your soul. Not the strength of your intellect, intelligence and your cowardice. If you want to speak to anybody, to deal with anything, to have any relationship, just have relationship by the strength of your soul. Otherwise you will miss the goal of life.

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