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Have you ever wanted to play piano?

I have – all of my life.

But, there was always something keeping me from taking lessons.

Whether it was not having access to a piano, not having access to a teacher, not having the money to pay such a teacher - or all 3 simultaneously.

Finally, at age 66, I had access to all three of these required resources.

So I began taking piano lessons a little more than 2 years ago.

It's been going well for the most part.  What I enjoy most is just playing chord progressions and improvising.

The only problem has been that I've expected way too much of myself, especially in the beginning.

It's getting better, but for the longest time, it seemed that no matter what I did, it was never good enough.

That's not what my teacher said, but it's what my own inner critical voice deep inside me was saying with a very loud and dominant tone.

Sometimes I just wanted to give up playing altogether -- well, maybe not really give up entirely, but I wished I...

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What is “Tuning In” in Kundalini Yoga?

"Tuning In" is a shortcut to making a connection with the entire Universe and with the unheard vibration & the unseen manifestation of the central pulse of all being.

By chanting our five words:  “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” 3 to 5 times out loud, we align ourselves with that ever-present, but often ignored, vibrating pulse-beat of the Creator of All Life, the First Cause of All Creation, the Creative Energy of the Universe, the Allness of All & the Oneness of All.

By chanting these 5 words, we are vibrating every cell in our body.  We’re tuning the vibrational tone of our heart & mind to the Oneness of All, and to the Vastness of 300-Billion Galaxies, including our own Milky Way Galaxy.

“Ong” is that vibrating Allness.  Some call it God.  Some call it Creative Energy.  Some never think of it and don’t call it anything.

“Namo“ literally means:  “I name,” or “I identify.” ...

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