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During the 1960s, Yogi Bhajan began taking care of many people who came from a complex cultural background.  They called themselves hippies. 
You’ve probably heard of them too.  Peace, music, sexual freedom represented a strong desire for social liberation from an identity that no longer had roots.
This led to the desire for rebellion, the rejection of a social position, a recognized identity, an ordinary life.
This was the humus in which kundalini yoga had the opportunity to take root.

Read: "Summer Solstice: Divinity"

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We had thought we were working on a sign for the Siri Singh Sahib. But we soon realized that he was working on a nation for us. He was helping us to see our greatness and our destiny. He was helping us to build our identity as the Khalsa nation and to help us build our history. “Sarkar e Khalsa” still stands manifest as a testimony of our hope for the future and a witness of the pure Khalsa Spirit.

Read: "Summer Solstice: Dignity"

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