Mystic Magic

High Momentum

February 16, 2023 Celeste A Frazier Season 6 Episode 2
High Momentum
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Mystic Magic
High Momentum
Feb 16, 2023 Season 6 Episode 2
Celeste A Frazier

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Amrit Singh (CoachingNOW with Amrit Singh) is a Life Coach.  After smoking weed for years since the age of 14, he realized nothing manifested in his life. He found kundalini yoga and felt a high and a spiritual connection. He practiced and partied for four years until he decided to commit. He moved to India and things changed. He deepened his meditation and did more yoga. He learned more about meditation in India, where there are centuries of practice. The vibration was perfect for him to do so.

He didn't do yoga for hyper flexibility and a tight butt. He was attracted to kundalini yoga because of the deep spiritual depth. He saw others who made a deep spiritual connection through kundalini yoga.

He put on a turban 20 years ago and loved it. Wearing it is a lifestyle choice - not due to religion. It helped him to focus and he felt great wearing it. He feels religion has become a hollow thing based on the faith of your family of origin. But, he was attracted to the Sikh way of life because he likes uplifting others and serving those in need.  He sees religion as how to become a better version of one's self by helping people.  The meditation practice and prayers allowed him to go deep and live a very righteous life.  He wanted to be kinder to his environment. He wanted to stand up to injustice. Sikhs carry a kirpan (a sword/knife). It is a reminder to Sikhs to fight injustice and oppression, but is not to be used as an instrument of violence.

Amrit sees prosperity not simply as money in the bank but as health, his family's health, living in beauty and warmth. He can order what he wants on a menu without worry or give to charitable organizations. More importantly, prosperity is about going into deep trust in the Infinite (God). Serving others, he knows he will be taken care of and that is living a prosperous life. With that mindset, he can make more money. As his income doubles, he can do more good in the world.

Amrit has experimented with all kinds of diets. He understands not to overeat, don't overdo it with sugar, white breads, gluten, fat, etc. He is a vegetarian because he does not enjoy eating meat. Eating vegetables keeps you light, keeps you connected to your higher chakras, to your lightness and doesn't hold you so much to your body. Diet is an important tool but needs to be used right.

The Miri (temporal) Piri (spiritual) Academy founded by Yogi Bhajan was cult-y. He liked that it was a place for teenagers to become leaders. It is like a boarding school. Amrit learned a lot in his 20 years there. Amrit saw a lot of strong human beings emerging from the Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere.

Amrit's most profound experience of "mystic" was during a meditation course. On day 4 or 5, something happened. He sat and did not move a finger for over an hour. Time and space disappeared. When coming out of it, he did not know if it was real. He did some stretching afterwards. Suddenly, his body was so flexible that he put his head between his legs effortlessly. He touched enlightenment.

He realized it is daily work. It is about showing up, doing your work, serving others, sitting in internal reflection and it is something all of us are capable of being.

In India, when COVID hit and everything stopped, he questioned what to do next. He realized that he loved to listen to people and guide them, and decided to do it professionally. He did the marketing and now is being paid for what he loves to do!

He makes a video daily on TikTok

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Amrit Singh (CoachingNOW with Amrit Singh) is a Life Coach.  After smoking weed for years since the age of 14, he realized nothing manifested in his life. He found kundalini yoga and felt a high and a spiritual connection. He practiced and partied for four years until he decided to commit. He moved to India and things changed. He deepened his meditation and did more yoga. He learned more about meditation in India, where there are centuries of practice. The vibration was perfect for him to do so.

He didn't do yoga for hyper flexibility and a tight butt. He was attracted to kundalini yoga because of the deep spiritual depth. He saw others who made a deep spiritual connection through kundalini yoga.

He put on a turban 20 years ago and loved it. Wearing it is a lifestyle choice - not due to religion. It helped him to focus and he felt great wearing it. He feels religion has become a hollow thing based on the faith of your family of origin. But, he was attracted to the Sikh way of life because he likes uplifting others and serving those in need.  He sees religion as how to become a better version of one's self by helping people.  The meditation practice and prayers allowed him to go deep and live a very righteous life.  He wanted to be kinder to his environment. He wanted to stand up to injustice. Sikhs carry a kirpan (a sword/knife). It is a reminder to Sikhs to fight injustice and oppression, but is not to be used as an instrument of violence.

Amrit sees prosperity not simply as money in the bank but as health, his family's health, living in beauty and warmth. He can order what he wants on a menu without worry or give to charitable organizations. More importantly, prosperity is about going into deep trust in the Infinite (God). Serving others, he knows he will be taken care of and that is living a prosperous life. With that mindset, he can make more money. As his income doubles, he can do more good in the world.

Amrit has experimented with all kinds of diets. He understands not to overeat, don't overdo it with sugar, white breads, gluten, fat, etc. He is a vegetarian because he does not enjoy eating meat. Eating vegetables keeps you light, keeps you connected to your higher chakras, to your lightness and doesn't hold you so much to your body. Diet is an important tool but needs to be used right.

The Miri (temporal) Piri (spiritual) Academy founded by Yogi Bhajan was cult-y. He liked that it was a place for teenagers to become leaders. It is like a boarding school. Amrit learned a lot in his 20 years there. Amrit saw a lot of strong human beings emerging from the Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere.

Amrit's most profound experience of "mystic" was during a meditation course. On day 4 or 5, something happened. He sat and did not move a finger for over an hour. Time and space disappeared. When coming out of it, he did not know if it was real. He did some stretching afterwards. Suddenly, his body was so flexible that he put his head between his legs effortlessly. He touched enlightenment.

He realized it is daily work. It is about showing up, doing your work, serving others, sitting in internal reflection and it is something all of us are capable of being.

In India, when COVID hit and everything stopped, he questioned what to do next. He realized that he loved to listen to people and guide them, and decided to do it professionally. He did the marketing and now is being paid for what he loves to do!

He makes a video daily on TikTok

Support the Show.

Donate – CelesteFrazier.com