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Hello and welcome to the final exam of KRI International Level 2 Teacher Training Module: Lifecycles & Lifestyles.
We congratulate you on the journey that brought you here!
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1. Character is central to a Kundalini Yogi. What is the best way to think of character?
2. To succeed in fulfilling our purpose and destiny, we must cultivate the ultimate habit: To consciously select promoting habits rather than demoting ones. What interferes with selecting these promoting habits that build a healthy, happy and holy lifestyle?
3. When you apply your character to live your purpose with a meditative mind,
4. Which descriptions best fit the three life cycles of 7 years, 11 years and 18 years?
5. Each of the three life cycles reflects a basic quality of the impersonal mind. The 7-year cycle connects to the development and embodiment of:
6. Death ends our lifecycle on this earth. But our existence is a continuous process from unknown to
known to unknown. What time period do we have to cross over the electromagnetic field and
aura of the earth after death?
7. As we go through life, there are times of transition that come from the internal progression of the
three cycles and from events in life. An important part of staying in alignment with our soul and
purpose is how we handle transitions, which are often filled with emotions, fantasy and changes.
What is the first step to successful transitions?
8. To choose the right step to take in a major transition which of the following is not helpful?
9. During the mutual personality period (the first three years) we need a certain deep experience to
successfully go through all the other transitions. Which of these is most important at this time?
10. According to research, during what years do we show maximum potential for perception and
11. At what transition do logic, assessment and comparison become increasingly powerful and useful?
12. Which of these is not an important nor helpful part of the quickening of the young adult aged 18-
13. What is a central habit for health and awareness in the yogic approach to food?
14. Which of the following is not a benefit of the approach to a vegetarian diet that we teach in
15. In Kundalini Yoga and Ayruveda, sexuality across the lifespan is:
16. It is important to see the value as well as the challenges of aging and not fall into the unconscious
prejudice and “ageism” that has followed the overemphasis on the youth culture in the West. After 9
spirals of the 7-year cycle, we should:
17. Over 50% of men between 40 – 70 will experience a loss of sexual function; this originates from
many things including stress, diabetes, circulatory problems, medications, high blood pressure and
general lack of health. All these are yogic aids for prevention except:
18. Why is wearing a conscious, graceful, intentional bana and head cover valuable? Mark all that
19. Which of these helps you to live ethically as a yogi in the world?
20. As the three life cycles change, they create “clusters” in our life with changes occurring in all the
cycles. These clusters are important transition periods. Each cluster period has its own
characteristics and needs. What are the key issues for someone going through the 33-35-36
21. The best meditation mantra to help stay in contact with your soul and destiny in midlife
transitions and Shaki Pad is:
22. Which of these does NOT reflect the benefits of rebirthing kriyas and their effect—a renewed self concept to face the future?
23. How is a life transition different from a change?
24. What gets in the way of our natural capacity to assess our circumstance and act in an effective
manner in 9 seconds or less?
25. To clear out the distorting memories and entangled human ghosts we gain through the school
years, what is an effective mantra to practice with a stiff tongue?
26. As we reach the years of Maturity in the lifecycle, there is one critical habit that we must break in
order to excel, be happy and continue to develop. Identify that habit.
27. As we go through the transition periods of 42-44 and 54-55-56, what habits help us to resist becoming increasingly mentally or emotionally rigid?
28. A yogi who manages her life well and excels in each part of her lifecycle has certain attitudes and
understandings that aid her. Identify the statement that doesn’t apply:
29. If we go with our natural pulse of development, the three life cycles stay in proportion to each
other. What factors cause the cycles to get out of proportion in our life?
30. Teenagers have much greater risk for severe driving accidents than those over age 26 because:
31. Why do we bother with ethics and morals as yogis?
32. Which of these are true statements about group consciousness or groupthink?
33. Most moral and values-based conflicts commonly can arise from:
34. Our body image influences our sense of self and our social confidence throughout our life. Which
of these is true: