A Woman’s Arc Line

September 30, 2013 |

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Written in 2013 by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibi Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, wife of the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan.

What is the significance of a woman’s Arc Line? It is a woman’s Arc Line that gives her the strength to remain in the radiance of her dignity and nobility, even during the most dire tests and trials in life. A woman will rise to victory in every situation when she remembers she is sacred and divine.

The Arc Line, or the Sixth Body, is a point of unification and integration between the spiritual and the material. There are three powerful mantras that can help us build a strong Arc Line. They are “Ang Sang Waheguru,” “Wahe Guru Wahe Jio,” and “Ardas Bhaee.” The Arc Line serves as both a transmitter and receiver; it projects our frequency and gives us intuitive awareness.

Vibrating these mantras gives our Arc Line the capacity to bring Divine consciousness into our present awareness in any situation and a projection of nobility and dignity that causes others to honor us. The Siri Singh Sahib used to say a woman had to know the art of how to be a woman. The key to this knowing this is the Sixth Body, which gives woman that powerful creative consciousness, which the Siri Singh Sahib calls our intuitive, self-contained psyche.

A Woman’s Radiance

In today’s world, it is very painful to see that more and more reports reveal in our civilized society that women are still being sold, exploited, auctioned, used, abused, battered and beaten. This has continued because women do not understand the art of being a woman.

When we are not trained as women in the art of being a woman we will try to use our intelligence. Because human intelligence is very ambitious and projective and competitive, there is always a chance of error, which leads to exploitation and defeat.

When a woman feels defeated she feels guilty, and that is the moment when she will be exploited. It is not only sexually. A woman is exploited mentally, physically, emotionally, commercially, and professionally. When a woman is trained to project the frequency of the Sixth Body, she is automatically in her radiance at a frequency higher than any male in the universe. That is why a woman is 16 times more powerful than a man.

Woman gives birth to a man, she knows right from the core of her being and from her heart, what a man is to be. She nurtures a man and she is mother of every man and woman, so why do people dare not respect her?

The Consciousness of the World

The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan knew that only a woman has the power to create the consciousness of the world and only she can change herself, which can change our world. That is why he invested so many years of his life in teaching women the power of their grace and dignity as women.

In this world, women create the blueprint for action to be executed, and otherwise, everything is pre-decided. The execution of action consciously, which the Siri Singh Sahib called our twenty percent leeway, is our free will. A woman’s Arc Line or arc body gives her a potential to defy fate and transcend the karma. The arc body obeys no rule of nature because arc body is the base of the radiant body. That is why the power of prayer works. In numerology the number 6 represents a cup of prayer or a human in prayer.

Let us send our group projection and prayer to create a radiance and light of understanding and hope and freedom for all people caught in the web of ignorance and desolation, that we shall build a new society in which peace, justice, and prosperity reign for all people.

The Great King, the Sixth Channel of Light, Guru Hargobind, fought valiantly for these ideals wearing the two swords of Miri and Piri, and he taught us the great truth of our ability as human beings to bring the heaven of spirituality to this earthly world. That’s the significance of our Arc Line. Sat Nam.

Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, PhD, serves as Bhai Sahiba or Chief Religious Minister of Sikh Dharma. She is the wife of the Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji. As Bhai Sahiba she is responsible to advise Sikh Dharma on religious matters and promote good relations with the global community. Bibiji has authored books on Sikh educational principals, including Living Reality, and the Siri Guru Granth Sahib Blessing, an intricate and esoteric description of the raags (musical scales), poetry, and architectural design of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred body of Sikh scripture, hymns, and holy verse.

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