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Family Tree Healing: What is it, and is it possible during family holidays?

Uncategorized Oct 19, 2021

Your biggest problem or stress in life, may have nothing to do with you, it could be related to your family tree. Some of us have a life stressor such as a relationship, money issues or health issues that we feel and think that we are the stem of the problem. I believe that the family holidays can be a special time to address and heal root issues. To face the issues head on and unwind and heal deep family patterns with someone who can guide the process. This process benefits everyone in the family, directly and indirectly.

I was born into a Kundalini Yoga ashram and have practiced yoga for the past 45 years. I am a super-duper yogi and have taught Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Sat Nam Rasayan® to thousands around the world for 25 years. I love to help people feel better, and to allow them to recognize that they are what they are looking for.

The family tree healing process: I have worked with a few hundred clients from around the world, some with rare health and or emotional...

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Chapter 1 - Q-tip Head or 5 Raisins

Uncategorized Jun 07, 2021

 Greetings friends & Yogis,

I have embarked on a healing journey to write my story, my heart wishes to allow a river of forgiveness to flow through it, and to flow through all of us.

I love the title 5 Raisins for this chapter.  I would love to hear your thoughts and feelings this chapter evokes, and which title you prefer.

From my heart to yours.  

In love and light, 

Mahan Kirn (aka Mahani)

 Chapter 1   Q-Tip Head at the Florida Ashram/Five Raisins

 My new pink-tinted bifocals made me feel proud on my first day of first grade. Pink was my favorite color, but we were not permitted to wear pink clothing. This was the only pink item I owned: large bifocals, with pink-tinted lenses on the top and baby blue on the bottom.

The elementary school in Altamonte Springs, Florida, seemed large in comparison to the ashram where I lived with my parents. As I stood nervously in line in my tall blue cotton-knit turban and long white dress...

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