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Kimberley Horng

Meditation & Spiritual Teacher

About Kimberley Horng

The Story


As a child, I observed the smallest creature I knew at the time — an ant, and curiously began to compare my size with its. Seeing how great I was in comparison, I looked up into the depths of the endless sky above and wondered if there could be something out there greater than I, too.

Looking back in time to that moment — as I stood over the ant’s presence, allowing the darkness of my shadow to cover the bright, radiant light of the sun and the vast and limitless sky — I realize, if the ant was aware of my presence it would understand that bright, radiant light and vast and limitless possibilities are always there. All you have to do is see through the darkness. Such a simple moment lead me into the search for something greater, and to the most profound questions ever presented to my attention, “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?” Deep practice of meditation and spirituality through yoga is where I find the answers to these deep inquiries.

My purpose is to share my knowledge and teach others in the cultivation of a virtuous, expanding and fulfilling life. A life we are all meant to live. If only we could all see the greatness that is available, not outside, but within our own selves.


Someone once said

Looking deeply at any one thing, we see the whole cosmos.

— Thich Nhat Hanh

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On the mind…

When the human brain is calm, in a state of deep serenity, this human microcosm is the perfect and harmonious image of the macrocosm.

— Taisen Deshimaru

Yoga Nidra

It is said to be the doorway to samadhi — the final stage of meditation; the experience of oneness with the universe.

Yoga nidra is a form of guided meditation, where one is systematically guided into truly deep relaxation — a state of being…free from tension, anxiety and disturbance. But, to be free, we must first learn to lie still in the midst of it’s being and experience its purpose for existence.

Done lying on the back in the posture of svasana — corpse pose, one practices the symbolic meaning of this pose. Death — with the shadow of fear that clingingly drags behind its existence. Everything we fear has to do with some kind of death — death of the familiar; death of security; death of a relationship.

In yoga nidra, we explore the relationship we have with ourselves and the identifications of ‘self’ we cling so tightly to. Ultimately, coming face to face with our own fears of death. Fears of letting go of these identifications to ‘self’, in fear of our own non-existence — the ultimate void. Though, we shall not fear death, as death leads to rebirth. Through the courage of allowing the “self” to die, can one finally be reborn into who they are really meant to be.

“Those who have known death from inside, lose all fear of death.” – Osho

You are guided to step out from the external, physical world. The physical world that is filled with constant sensory stimulation that can often send us into a high beta brain state, a stressed state, where the majority of our strongest identifications are placed. From here, you are lead into the internal, causal world. The causal world exists within the lower vibrational brain states of alpha, theta and delta. It is here, in these subtler states — of which we normally fall asleep in — that the opportunity to explore the inner realms of your being, is given — where we can look deeply into the pocket of identifications we cling so tightly to. And with an enhanced awareness of these identifications, can we then choose to release our tight grip to them and break free from the chains that lock us in fear of non-existence; of death and come to the realization that we are not these identifications, but that we are much, much more. Fear of death cannot exist through this realization, for this is the realization that death is only the beginning…

“Death is not the end, but the beginning of a new life. Yes, it is an end of something that is already dead. It is also a crescendo of what we call life, although very few know what life is. They live, but they live in such ignorance that they never encounter their own life. And it is impossible for these people to know their own death, because death is the ultimate experience of this life, and the beginning experience of another. Death is the door between two lives; one is left behind, one is waiting ahead.” – Osho

Please, come step through the doorway to samadhi…

On consciousness…

In its true state consciousness is naked, immaculate, clear, vacuous, transparent, timeless, beyond all conditions. O Nobly Born, remember the pure open sky of your own true nature.

— Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation


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On truth…

O Nobly Born, O you of glorious origins, remember your radiant true nature, the essence of mind. Trust it. Return to it. It is home.

— Tibetan Book of the Dead

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To finish…

Then it was as if I suddenly saw the secret beauty of their hearts, the depths of their hearts where neither sin nor desire nor self-knowledge can reach, the core of their reality, the person that each one is in the eyes of the Divine. If only we could see each other that way all the time. There would be no more war, no more hatred, no more cruelty, no more greed…I suppose the big problem would be that we would fall down and worship each other

— Thomas Merton