This Young Yogi Bhajan article was created from excerpts from page 44-46 of The Man Called the Siri Singh Sahib, published in 1979. This section of the book was written…Read: "Young Yogi Bhajan"
It is often the case that grandparents are very important figures in a person’s life. Grandparents can be very influential in imparting values, wisdom and spirituality, as a legacy to…Read: "Yogi Bhajan’s Grandfather"
Harbhajan Singh was born in a very special family. His parents and grandparents would bring him the opportunity to be the great Teacher that he became. Learning from his relatives the way of being a devotee, a healer, a Gurusikh and a compassionate human being was a blessing in his lifeRead: "Yogi Bhajan’s Father"
As Yogi Bhajan often said, “the mother is the first teacher”. His own mother, his first teacher, was a woman of profound internal strength, unshakable values and loving devotion. Yogi…Read: "Yogi Bhajan and His First Teacher"
Guru Fatha Singh interviewed Bibi Amarjit Kaur, the ragi who lives in Virginia (who has been part of the 3HO community since the early 1970s). She met the Siri Singh…Read: "The Story of Amarjit Kaur – Part One"
The Narayan Shabad was composed by Guru Arjan, the 5th Sikh Guru. Narayan is one of the many different names for the Divine. It relates to the quality of water….Read: "Narayan Shabad"
This song is sung by Singh Kaur Here are the lyrics: Tempered in the fires of the times Survivors of the summer of love From Woodstock to Steelstock We kept…Read: "By God’s Grace"
Sat Nam Jios! It is a great honor to share with you the release of the first and second singles of Atma Mandeep Kaur, a young teacher of our Taiwanese community!!! Everyone is welcome to download it on their favorite platform:Read: "Atma Mandeep Kaur from Taiwan Released Two Singles"
“In a simple language, it is Ang Sang Wahe Guru – with my every limb and cell of my being, God is. You will become beautiful; your environment will become beautiful; success will be at your feet. you will never worry.” `Yogi BhajanRead: "Ang Sang Wahe Guru"
In this video from the 2022 Virtual Summer Solstice Event, Guru Shabad Singh describes how Yogi Bhajan directed him to put this Shabad to music. Scroll down to listen to the full audio of Guru Shabad Singh singing this Shabad, and to see the English transliteration and translation of the Shabad.Read: "Re Man Shabad – Music by Guru Shabad Singh Khalsa"
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"
Every heartbeat is God’s Name to me.
Every breath of life is ecstasy.
Every night is a bliss to me.
Every day a wonderful reality.
Every life is a living God to me.
Everything is God’s personality.
Every kiss is God’s romance to me.
Every love is God’s originality.
Do you want the opportunity of finding yourself in a Sangat who, through humility and brotherhood, meets to celebrate the sacred lineage of Kundalini yoga and the treasures of knowledge that Yogi Bhajan bequeathed to us?Read: "Summer Solstice – Character"
On a cold day in February 1977, Kundalini yoga was growing and starting to expand to Europe and beyond. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, along with about a dozen yogis, were looking for a permanent home for the Summer Solstice Sadhana, to lay roots for our global community.Read: "Summer Solstice – Commitment"