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Kundalini yogi Guru Jagat tries to explain the relationship between down-there and up-there.

Eugene Quek & Ong Hui Ying

Searching for mindfulness in a worrisome world? An esoteric blend of meditation and mantra chanting that is Kundalini yoga is the answer— just ask Guru Jagat.

Retreats by this poet and founder of international yoga school RA MA Global are immensely popular among the spiritual set. Knowing that these take place in exotic locales around the globe does bring on a sense of peace.

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