At a Siri Singh Sahib Ji lecture at Ladies Camp in the 1990’s , he brought up a new idea so revolutionary that he kept hinting about it before he finally delivered the message. This was the summer he talked to us about us sitting still and waiting for things to come. Hustling and hassling was not for Sikhs of the Guru. He said the there is no need in running after things but rather sit and wait for God to bring to us what is needed. It is a sophisticated concept because he was not telling us to be passive or to not act. Rather, we must Keep Up, always doing the duty that lays before us, but with an attitude of acceptance of God’s Will.

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June 21, 2017 |

The Siri Singh Sahib Ji was a master of appreciation, another example of the Power of Words. In almost every one of his classes, he honored a student who was present. His words were loving and affectionate, always uplifting and kind. I was struck once when he talked of “graceful appreciation, sifat salah” equating the two. I wanted to understand more of what this meant. I have seen it translated in the 25th Pauree of Japji as “power to praise” or “praise and glory.” In the last lines of the 25th Pauree of Japji , Siri Guru Granth Sahib Page 5, it reads:

“One who is blessed to sing the Praises of the Lord, O Nanak, is the king of kings.”
or “Whosoever is bestowed with the ability to render Divine’s Praises

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How do we develop this precious Intuition? The  Siri Singh Sahib Ji  told us over and over again to ‘Do  Sadhana ’. There was even a button you could get at Summer Solstice which read: Do  Sadhana . For Change and Success in life, it is what you do often that makes the difference, not what you visit a few times. If you have a few glasses of vegetable juice twice a year, no great benefits will come. If you drink it daily, the glow starts to show. So it is with a Daily Spiritual Practice. These sacred practices give Intuition and a radiance that stands out.

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Let me share the history of this sacred technology with you. In the early eighties, the Sadh Sangat presented the Siri Singh Sahib Ji with a beautiful Lapis Lazuli and Gold Tantric Necklace. Each of the 192 major beads in this mala were purchased by a different person in the world wide community. Guru Hans Singh from Paris who put this all together even created a magnificent poster, which we all got, that had every person’s name beside the bead they gave. We all also received a small engraved card with the Tantric Necklace design on it also noting the bead number we gave. There was a quote on the card…

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The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, said,
“So it is in your life, if you make yourself an Altar and give yourself reverence, God shall seek you. You don’t have to seek God. God shall praise you. You don’t have to praise God. The cycle can reverse, because when a human becomes the Altar of reverence, then God comes on that Altar and prays.”

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