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Song of the Khalsa

November 6, 2020 |

This article was originally published in the November, 1995 issue of Prosperity Paths.  It is a beautiful description by S.S. Shanti Kaur Khalsa of Song of the Khalsa being sung at the first…

The Radiant Body and the Song of the Khalsa

November 4, 1980 |

When you do not know who you are, you do not know what your values are; you do not know what your moral is; you do not know what your character is; you do not know what is your ethics is.  You do not know what your values are, then you are nobody. Jimmy who? And all your life, you live like a donkey? Anybody can ride you? What is a man? Guru Gobind Singh gave example. When things are down and darker, we walk the tallest.

Meet Our Speakers

June 8, 2022 |

Bibiji (US) Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, PhD, holds the distinguished position of Bhai Sahiba or Chief Religious Minister of Sikh Dharma, and she was the wife of Siri Singh Sahib…

You Shall Never Leave Me Again

October 19, 2021 |

Yogiji spoke at least a few times about his belief that the Americans (us, we, ME!) who found Sikh Dharma (through Kundalini Yoga) were very likely to be reincarnations of those frightened souls who ran from Guru Gobind Singh’s call for the “head of a brave young one” that first Vaisakhi Day. The song says “many did they run away and many did they hide … ” Those particular words always affected me with shivers down (or up) my spine when we sang them during gurdwara or any 3HO/Sikh Dharma function.

Some Stories of 3HO Songs from the 1970s and 1980s

January 21, 2020 |

Through the fog of the ’60s, I was miraculously led to my spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan. I discovered there was a way to live in this world yet still serve my higher self. Since then, I have taught and practiced Kundalini Yoga and meditation.

My meditative experiences opened a channel in me that I had never been able to touch. Energized and experiencing astonishing new things, music became my way of explaining. My way of transmitting the experiences I was given.

Guru Arjan: Teaching & Leading by Example

February 28, 2012 |

At some point you must be challenged, tested to see if you are serious and committed to those values and beliefs or if you lack the commitment to ”walk your talk”  and your “teachings” are a sham.  Invariably what started as a meditation becomes a test of applied consciousness where the individual and the community are forced to weigh their identity, values and beliefs against the possibility of suffering, financial loss, imprisonment, torture and death- and decide what they are going to do.

Establish the Light

July 6, 1988 |

We do things but we don’t watch them. We don’t enjoy them. We don’t relate to the things as we should. We don’t watch our actions, we don’t plan our actions, we have no mastery over our actions. Because we don’t act, we react! As the forces force us, we react. That’s a human nature. Self-defense is a human nature. If somebody is coming towards your eyes or something is coming towards your eyes, without your acknowledging it, your eyes, though the eyelids are very thin and not very strong… they are not that of steel, but they will close. At least they will save you from dirt, dust and storm.