Grateful for Our Spiritual Teacher
Yogi Bhajan and his teachings have had a profound impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Many of us are blessed to call him our Spiritual Teacher.
Some of us knew Yogi Bhajan during his lifetime. Many others have come to know him through his subtle body, after he left this earthly plane.
This website is a compilation of our stories, of our experience with Yogi Bhajan and his teachings; our stories of how he inspired and transformed our lives.
By sharing our stories and other information about him and his teachings on these pages, we hope to inspire each other and those who are just hearing about him.
We are united in our love and gratitude for Yogi Bhajan, as our Spiritual Teacher and pray that many more will be blessed to experience his teachings.
If you wish to share any stories of how Yogi Bhajan or his teachings inspired and transformed your life, please contact us.
With Love and Gratitude,
Blessings to All!
Yogi Bhajan transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Some are blessed to call themselves his students. Here are some of their stories.
Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan is also known as the Yoga of Awareness; its focus is on self-awareness and delivering an experience of your highest consciousness.
In his capacity as Chief Minister for Sikh Dharma, Yogi Bhajan received the title of Siri Singh Sahib from the Akal Takht in India.
For more than three decades, Yogi Bhajan inspired hundreds of musicians to create and sing beautiful music. Here are some of their songs
Through his teachings, thousands of people were brought to the feet of the Guru. They learned to bow their heads in reverence, love and gratitude to the Shabad Guru, the words of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib.
Starting in 1971, as Mahan Tantric, Yogi Bhajan brought this elevating experience to thousands, to clear their subconscious.
3HO’s 25th Anniversary January 5, 1994 by Yogi Bhajan We started a healthy, happy, holy way of life, and that became 3HO. It is a dream come true. It is a very pure path in which every human was worshipped equally. Everybody is a potential teacher. There...
Ten Things to do for Your Children 1.Love them 2.Build their self-esteem 3.Challenge them 4.Listen to them 5.Expect respect 6.Limit them 7.Make God a part of their lives 8.Develop a sense of learning in them...
Man cannot live without love. He must love and also he must be loved. Love is the highest fulfillment on every level.
When you are recognized, it is an expression of love. When a present is given to you, it is an expression of love. When someone communicates to you, it is an expression of love. When someone smiles at you, it is an expression of love. All these are expressions of love.
Little Harbhajan Singh liked to climb up to the roof on the topmost story of his family home. From there, he would see far out in every direction – the dry, rolling hills, the fertile plains, the distant, rising mountains. He liked the perspective in his lofty perch, high above the busy people, the lowing beasts and bristling landscape. It gave him a vision above and beyond the typical cadences of time and space, a sense of immortality, a cosmic dimension – something beautiful, vast, and ever present.
This song is sung by Singh Kaur Here are the lyrics: Tempered in the fires of the times Survivors of the summer of love From Woodstock to Steelstock We kept our hairs We kept our faith We kept it, all together By God's Grace By the Grace of God, the vision lives. By...
“My request to you is, do not let your calmness go. Do not let your peace of mind go. Be with the Guru through this time. Your spirit shall be content. The majority of the world is living in a terrible fear. Nobody knows what is happening. There’s too much information available to process. Just feel, within yourself, content and satisfied, peaceful and unique.” ~Yogi Bhajan, March 16, 2003
I remember it like it was yesterday. Actually, it was forty years ago. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, and I were sitting in a small restaurant, Jasons, in Westwood in late spring of 1979 enjoying a falafel. Jason’s was a small but famous stop in LA because their middle Eastern food was rockin! This was back in the days when the two of us ventured out alone each afternoon. We were just leaving a movie from around the corner and the falafel hit the spot. “Sir, if you don’t mind me asking, what changed your life. You’ve told me many times about your earlier life, and you have hinted that is was not always a pretty picture. What happened?”
Lectures from Gurdwara in Los Angeles, California September 18, 1988 Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh. Sikh Dharma has a competency to relate to the life and I am picking out of what word...
When work speaks, people go silent in reverence.
Every head bows to legacy not lineage.
You have no right if you are not alright.
Business is the best by itself. Serve it, it will score for you. Shirk it, it will throw you out.
There should not be any conflict between your job and you. Be conscious of it.
THE JOB OF LOVE
Man of the world.
You’re a Professional!
You know how to take care of yourself.
What do you know about me?
You don’t recognize me at all.
The Siri Singh Sahib ~ Yogi Bhajan: The saint, the teacher, the humanitarian, the leader. Within these pages of “Furmaan Khalsa” lies a manual of conscious living written in the form of 108 luminous and inspiring poems.
“Oh Yogi! By Guru’s Grace,
I chanted “Sat Nam”
And by God’s Grace,
He came inside me,
And I dissolved myself in Him.”
When you do not consciously relate to your body, your mind does not relate consciously to you. Let the Liver Live.
~Yogi Bhajan, Aquarian Times, Feb/Mar 2009
“The radiance of your spirit can be measured according to how the name of God vibrates within you and around you. If your Sadhana (Spiritual Practice) is perfect, your spirit will be high. If you have forgotten to chant the Name of God, you will be in the doldrums.
If you become low and depressed, it is only because you have not warmed up your machine in the morning; you have not done your Spiritual Practice…”
A Teacher always knows what he can do to a person to make the best out of it. It is not the wood, it is what you carve out of it. Sometimes you have to give it time, sometimes you have tolerance, but ultimately sometimes you yell and scream, sometimes you chisel it out, sometimes this, sometimes that. But in the end you have to polish it to be something. ~Yogi Bhajan – July 31, 1996
Let us sit down for one minute and meditate and do a peace prayer and then end. Please close your eyes and inhale, hold the breath and pray that all the war drums which we are hearing and the times which are harsh—may this breath, when joined with the universal breath, bring peace to the Earth and mankind. Please hold the breath and pray sincerely. Let it go. Inhale again, hold the breath dear to your heart, near to your heart, and please pray for the peace and prosperity of all you know and don’t know. Let it go. Breathe again, hold it dear to your heart, near to your heart and please pray, please pray for peace and prosperity of the known and the unknown, of the friends and the foes together. It takes only one prayer to change the events and the time and the space. Let it go. ~Yogi Bhajan
May 4, 1982
Let us be in silence and pray for peace. We are one unit of that peace, piece by piece, if we bring ourselves together in this one minute of prayer, in absolute silence for the victory of peace, for love and affection, for communication of peace. Let us have a prayer of peace. Inhale deep. Deep. Hold the breath and pray on it, “Oh my breath, you have given me life, tranquility, peace, harmony. When you leave me, you join the universal breath. May the prayer of peace be in every heart.” Let it go. May the longtime sunshine…
~Yogi Bhajan – 8/21/86
Sat Nam Jios! It is a great honor to share with you the release of the first and second singles of Atma Mandeep Kaur, a young teacher of our Taiwanese community!!! Everyone is welcome to download it on their favorite platform:
we have researched the Siri Singh Sahib lecture database and have found the attached video from KWTC on July 19, 1989, where the Siri Singh Sahib clearly and directly teaches “Kal Akal Siri Kal Maha Akal Akal Moorat (Waheguru)”. A link to that part of the July 19, 1989 lecture by the Siri Singh Sahib Ji is shared…
You will never find a community leader who doesn’t know how to give—Seva. Giving is the only way. Don’t give only to those who ask. Give to those who don’t ask. Keep on giving. Become a giver. Your faculty and God’s faculty will become the same. That’s absolute divinity.
God is infinite
Every horizon is a limit
Everyday of spirit
Is the human summit.
There is no horizon
It is all a mental mirage
Heart has no limit
No reason and no cause.
It beats and it beats
It can beat at all times
It is a master of courage
It is a matter of the spine.
“By vibrating in rhythm with the breath to a particular sound that is proportional to the creative sound, or sound current, one can expand one’s sensitivity to the entire spectrum of vibration. It is similar to striking a note on a stringed instrument. In other words, as you vibrate, the Universe vibrates with you.” ~Yogi Bhajan
“In a simple language, it is Ang Sang Wahe Guru – with my every limb and cell of my being, God is. You will become beautiful; your environment will become beautiful; success will be at your feet. you will never worry.” `Yogi Bhajan
Mother Earth is crying in vain. Almighty God, who out of His many bountiful blessings, gave us the planet Earth which we have raped, abused, misused—and we are not stopping. We are not at peace with Mother Earth, we are not at peace with environments, we are not at peace with ourselves, we are not at peace within ourselves. The time has come when we must all wake up to a simple reality: without peace what else are we? ~Yogi Bhajan
In this video from the 2022 Virtual Summer Solstice Event, Guru Shabad Singh describes how Yogi Bhajan directed him to put this Shabad to music. Scroll down to listen to the full audio of Guru Shabad Singh singing this Shabad, and to see the English transliteration and translation of the Shabad.
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