Students of Yogi Bhajan

“The ideal purpose of your life is that you are grateful 
– great and full – that you are alive and you enjoy it”

~Yogi Bhajan

 

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 many others who never had the privilege to meet 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!

 

Stories from Students of Yogi Bhajan

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

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.

Siri Singh Sahib Ji

In his capacity as Chief Minister for Sikh Dharma, Yogi Bhajan received the title of Siri Singh Sahib from the Akal Takht in India.

Women's Teachings

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Music Inspired by Yogi Bhajan

For more than three decades, Yogi Bhajan inspired hundreds of musicians to create  and sing beautiful music.  Here are some of their songs

Siri Guru Granth Sahib

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.

White Tantric Yoga

Starting in 1971, as Mahan Tantric, Yogi Bhajan brought this elevating experience to thousands, to clear their subconscious. 

Men's Teachings

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (8 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (8 of 9)

There is only one problem: You do not trust your powers. There is no difference between you and God. Count your blessings. Be proud of yourself. Make your children, friends and neighbors proud of you. Let your touch be the Master’s Touch. Serve the Age of Aquarius. Keep up and God will keep you up. Trust it. Stop looking down at yourself. Feel God within. There is no God outside of you.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (7 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (7 of 9)

The time is changing; people are looking toward fulfillment of the self through purity and piety, individuality, and reality. They don’t want to practice duality anymore. Sex will not be the attraction. A sensory system will develop; a new system in which the individual will find himself or herself complete. 

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (6 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (6 of 9)

The Age of Aquarius is coming our way. Emptiness, insanity and pain shall be everybody’s affair. People will like to hit walls to find out where they can go. They shall come to you. As insane as they are, if you do not take away their pain, and instead you sit in judgement, you are wrong people. That’s why we wanted to teach you how to remain disciplined in the most undisciplined world.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (5 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (5 of 9)

The load of Karma, the ego of the man and the negativity has gone so deep that the positive vibrations have to be created to save the world. You can’t live in this world without a balance and you have to keep balance. There is nobody who is special. Everything is created by the one Creator and you are a temporary custodian of that situation. This is the message of the Aquarian Age. Everyone has to learn to change.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (4 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (4 of 9)

Electronic technology will only bring us more information, more choices, more contacts, and more complexity. It will push us beyond all the old frontiers of identity—home, neighborhood, country, values, and the natural rhythms of nature. Our old touchstones for forming an identity will fail and we will have a pervasive identity crisis.

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The Command of the Khalsa

The Command of the Khalsa

The Command of the Khalsa is to live the Rehit!

The Perfect Khalsa has learned this.

The technology of the Rehit belongs to the Khalsa who lives it

And becomes one with the Perfect Guru.

The Command of the Khalsa has been given by God.

The Gurmantra has been placed within our hearts.

Obedience is the way to Reality.

Only those who live the Rehit are liberated.

The Command of the Khalsa is the very Spirit of the Khalsa,

And its daily practice is the Way of the Khalsa.

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Where is the Dome?  (Part 1)

Where is the Dome? (Part 1)

The plan was that the addition to the Gurdwara would take a year.

Construction would begin after Summer Solstice of 1989 and be completed for Summer Solstice 1990.  That schedule was met.  Where the Sangat met for Sadhana and Sunday Gurdwara was moved down to the former “barracks”, while construction proceeded.

Work would go on all week, with others, who could join, helping out on the weekends.  First came the excavation and demolition.  The entry on the west side was torn out and the hill leading to it was cut back and leveled.  The trenches for the foundations were dug and prepared for concrete.  Don’t kid yourself, it wasn’t all hand work, there was a small budget for the project, heavy equipment was used for digging.

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The Nectar of Deep Meditation

The Nectar of Deep Meditation

God is beyond His Creation,
The Soul is beyond limitation.

The Creation blossoms forth . . .
Beyond victory or defeat.

In the flow of deep meditation . . .
My nectar thoughts are filled with God.

Touching the Guru’s Feet,
My Boat arrives on the Yonder Shore.

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The Company of the Holy

The Company of the Holy

This poem is published in Furmaan Khalsa, a collection of 108 poems written originally in Gurmukhi by Yogi Bhajan. Gurmukhi is a language in which each word contains the vibratory essence of its meaning. He requested that they be translated into English for future generations.

Sadh Sangat means the company of disciplined spiritual people. Sadh comes from Sadhu (a Sadhu is one who does Sadhana), and Sangat means a group of people gathered together for a purpose. The best translation of Sadh Sangat is “the company of people who do Sadhana” or “the company of the holy.”

The principle of Sadh Sangat is simple. When people who do Sadhana come together, the group aura is very powerful and this stimulates the meditative energy of all, and produces an uplifting and inspiring atmosphere. Coming together in community to do Sadhana, kirtan, meditation, and yoga, enhances the effects of all for all.

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Bhai Sahib:  The Life of Bhai Sahib Dayal Singh (1955-1975)

Bhai Sahib: The Life of Bhai Sahib Dayal Singh (1955-1975)

When an Indian yoga teacher came to give a class at his Los Angeles high school in 1970, Dale Sklar recognized at once a calling from out of the ordinary. He quickly attached himself as a devoted student to Yogi Bhajan and the fledgling American Sikh community a few miles’ bike ride from his home. For his sheer focus, love and devotion to his new path, Dale was recognized as “Bhai Sahib” – a religious title meaning honoured brother – “Dayal Singh” – a spiritual name meaning lion of compassion, before his 18th birthday. Towering above fellow Sikhs ten and twenty years his senior, Bhai Sahib lived an exemplary life of service and good humour until his passing a car crash – on the way to India – at the age of 19. This is his story told in the words of people who knew, loved and respected Dayal Singh, and in nearly 100 photos of his brief life as a Sikh in America and India in the early 1970s.

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Guru Dev Singh Khalsa – a Saint of Rome and Italy

Guru Dev Singh Khalsa – a Saint of Rome and Italy

Whereas, by his healing presence, by the depth of his courage and selfless service, by his conscious commitment to uplifting and healing others, by his demonstrated ability to give others hope and happiness, and by his serving the principle of Oneness, the time has come to openly and honestly acknowledge his effort:

Therefore, to acknowledge his selfless service in the name of Guru Ram Das, and his service to the mission of Guru Ram Das, I Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, under the Direct Will of God and Guru hereby proclaim that:

Guru Dev Singh Khalsa of Rome Italy shall be known as a Saint of Rome and Italy.

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Just Like My Other Two Sons

Just Like My Other Two Sons

In 1974, when I was just twenty, now some forty-six years ago, I had my first personal appointment with the Siri Singh Sahib at the Ranch.  I had been living in the Espańola Ashram about six months and I had fantasy that the Siri Singh Sahib would magically pick me out of crowd, and explain to me my destiny, which of course would be monumental and staggering in its scope and breadth.  After waiting for an extremely, excessively inordinate amount of time, my youthful patience was exhausted and I made an appointment to see him.

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I am a Khalsa Man

I am a Khalsa Man

I am a Khalsa man, and I come from a long line
of givers saints and warriors, we don’t care about space and time
We live all of our lives for the moment we die
When the soul leaves the sea of pain and merges into the light

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Inner Guidance

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Inner Guidance

“You are a soul. Soul has been given mind and body as vehicles. You need to know that Infinite, immortal soul in you—not through my words. You have to realize it. And any help by anything in this Universe which can make you realize that immortal, Infinite soul in you is a most willing help to you. That is the highest knowledge, that is the highest experience, that is the highest guidance.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

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Adi Shakti – Primal Power

Adi Shakti – Primal Power

“The noble woman is the goddess which Almighty God worships. It is the altar to which God bows. It is the grace which produces God’s soul. It is the ultimate infinity of all virtues. It is the power of all kindness and blessing of God, and the noble woman is the essence of all prayers.”  ~1984 The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Relationships

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Relationships

Merger of everything in the world is easy, except for two egos. The law of ego is that it never merges. When “I” lives, “Thou” will never come in. The only way for “Thou” to come in is that the “I” has to be eliminated. The fight is between “I” and “Thou.” The fight is not between two human beings. So if your love affair falls apart, don’t misunderstand. You can’t save it because you can’t love it. You can’t love it because you do not have the control on your ego. If you cannot put your ego to the side, you cannot succeed in love. Period. ~ Yogi Bhajan, 7/7/1987

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Mantra: Teree Meher Daa Bolnaa

Mantra: Teree Meher Daa Bolnaa

This chant was done by Yogi Bhajan before he lectured.  He tuned into Guru Ram Das & the Golden Chain of Teachers that have passed wisdom down on this planet for centuries. If at any time you would like to tune into this energy, or simply feel the presence of Guru Ram Das & Yogi Bhajan with you this is a perfect mantra to chant, or listen to.

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