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Inside Our Freedom, We Find Our Voice.

Available through paid membership to the "Kelly-Marie Kerr" YouTube channel are 33 short practical yoga videos based on what is known as the Essene Way. They are designed to assist your Kundalini Energy which is the energetic parallel of your Christ Oil or Sacred Secretion. 

You can use these videos to create your own playlists and use them for your very own custom yoga practice. You can make your playlists as long or as short as you like, and choose your own postures and themes to focus on!



Thanks to the writings of Pliny the Elder (AD 23–79), the Dead Sea Scrolls (discovered at Qumran 1947) especially “The Essene Gospel of Peace”, the Nag Hammadi Library and Josephus Flavius Titus (to name a few) I discovered a Holy sect known as, the “Essene's” which the Apocrypha of John describes as “the immovable race of perfect light humans.” The Essenes fully understood the inner biochemical process of enlightenment and practiced a form of Yoga known as the Essene Way.


Yoga does NOT contradict so-called "Christian" teachings, it precedes them. Research tells us that The Essene movement was started by Buddhist monks sent from India by the great Emperor Ashoka around 250BC to Alexandria in Egypt to work with Jewish, Egyptian, Persian and Iraqi mystics.

The Sanskrit word “Yoga” is a synonym of the Latin word “religion,” and the “lig” in “Religion” comes from the Latin root “Ligare which means “union”, “yoke” and is a “path to mergence with the creator”; this "path to the creator" is exactly what the Essenes sort to find.

Ancient Essene manuscripts reveal that “The Essene Way” was an amalgamation of several Yogic traditions including: Hatha, Bhakti, Jnana, Karma, Mantra, Laya and Raja and each one conditions an essential part of our spiritual union with God.

Let’s take a brief look at the yoga traditions included in Essene Yoga:

1. Hatha - Also associated with “Asana and Pranayama” (movement and breathing).

The primary focus of Hatha Yoga is building control of the physical body – which in turn increases strength, resolve and determination of the mind.  Movement does of course condition the body which is also “the temple of the Holy Spirit” (1 Corinthians 6:19) and movement not only improves the circulation of blood, but also assists in blood purification “the life of the body is in the blood Leviticus 17:11”.

2. Bhakti – "Expressing love and thanksgiving" (the embodiment of unconditional love).

Bhakti focuses on the use of singing and chanting, it is a thankful disposition that expresses love for God.  “The Essene Way” taught us to approach Yoga and life in a state of Bhakti, so that we look for Gods love in all things, “Be anxious for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” Philippians 4:6

3. Karma - "The knowledge of natural law"

Karma yoga isn’t something that would be understood as Yoga in today’s world as it is was not something that was necessarily done during their practice or routine.    It’s to do with serving God in our love and actions towards the world and others, it’s the take away understanding that “for whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap.” Galatians 6:7

4. Jnana - "Mind expansion"

Similarly, to Karma Yoga Jnana isn’t what we commonly now perceive as Yoga but has to do with knowledge.  The knowledge that is obtained by asking ourselves questions such as, “What is my purpose” and “Who is God”? To which we may find the answers in sacred Holy texts or deep in meditation.


5. Mantra - "Spoken word"

“and out of his mouth went a sharp two-edged sword” Revelation 1:16 the mouth is a means of expressing one’s heart and the two-edged swords typifies the two-fold power of denial and affirmation, one edge points to freedom and the other edge towards truth. Mantra Yoga uses the power of the spoken word (sword) and its powerful vibrations to manifest peace, light and love in ourselves and the world we live in.


6. Raja – "Meditation"

Raja pertains to transcending mind beyond attachment to any carnal understanding.  It is silent meditation time that allows us to hear the still voice within.

7. Laya – "Breath"


Laya Yoga is present in all traditions and pertains to the use of our breath.  The Greek word for Holy Spirit is “Pneumo Bruach” and it literally means breath and wind.  Like Kundalini, Laya acknowledges the subtle energy of the Chakra’s, their coinciding physical glands and focuses on raising the sacred secretion, frequency and energy within the body.  In advanced lessons Laya Yoga is also used to develop total authority over our senses.


All of these Essene techniques are fused together in the 33 videos available via membership to the Kelly-Marie Kerr YouTube channel.

I have been practising this style of yoga myself for many years and have felt multiple benefits, experienced serious mental and spiritual break through not to mention the intense physical and emotional healing that has taken place in my life. 

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