Sign up for our monthly e-news & get a FREE chapter of Kathryn's book KUNDALINI MEDITATION


Confessions of a real-life Kundalini Yogi #3: "I have found it to be a lifeline in times of trouble as well as a wonderful accompaniment through good times."

What is your name?
Megan Gilbert or Meherbani Kaur is my Spiritual name.

How long have you been a Kundalini Yogi?
I discovered Kundalini yoga in early 2011 and began to attend weekly classes. At the end of the year I moved interstate where there were no Kundalini classes. My former teacher gave me a folder of Kriyas to take with me so I could continue my practice. I am in the process of moving again and I am looking forward to attending classes regularly again.

Why did you first come to a Kundalini Yoga class?
I had been practicing Hatha yoga for many years and when I saw an ad for Kundalini yoga at my local community centre, I was intrigued. After some research I decided to give it a go. I was especially intrigued with Chakras and moving Kundalini energy.

How often do you practice Kundalini Yoga?
I practice Kundalini yoga daily. I love the flexibility that it offers with the different Kriyas and Meditations, your practice can be tailored to the time you have available. I can always find at least 3 minutes in my day to squeeze in a meditation if nothing else.

How has Kundalini Yoga impacted your life?
It has had a profound effect. I have found it to be a lifeline in times of trouble as well as a wonderful accompaniment through good times. It is a very precise practice, each Kriya is designed to achieve a specific outcome. I have used Kundalini yoga in a targeted way over the years to encourage particular outcomes or resolve specific issues in my life. I have always found it to be very effective in providing results. It has helped me to be confident in my decisions, to grow as a person and be comfortable in my own skin. I have also developed acceptance, faith and trust in life and that I am where I am meant to be.

What would you say to someone who hasn’t tried Kundalini Yoga yet?
I would urge them to try a couple of classes and notice the benefits for themselves.

Share with us with your favourite Yogi Bhajan Quote: 
“ There is no such thing as an accident. It is all part of a master plan. Play your role as gracefully as you can and relax.” Yogi Bhajan

If you’d like to hear more about Megan you can check out her website or Facebook page at:


Comment as Anonymous change