Guru Ram Das Ashram in Hamburg is not an outpost in 1988. Kundalini Yoga and humanology are growing so fast that we cannot keep track of what is happening everywhere. There is a dynamic force which has expanded beyond linear organizational limits. There are at least 280 Europeans teaching the yoga and sharing the information everywhere.Read: "Hamburg (3HO Europe the ’70’s and ’80’s)"
1986 was declared the “YEAR OF PEACE” by the United Nations. Knowing that Peace needs Prayer, the Siri Singh Sahib (Yogi Bhajan) planted the seed for Peace Prayer Day 1986, in June of 1985 at the Summer Solstice Celebration in New Mexico. Well, the result of his inspired idea was an event that was magnificent!Read: "Year of Peace – 1986"
This article was originally published in a 1980 issue of Beads of Truth.
In February of 1977 the Siri Singh Sahib and about a dozen of his staff and aides sat down to review potential sites for a permanent location for the Summer Solstice Sadhana. An exhaustive search had been conducted of all available properties within a hundred mile radius of the Española Ashram and as each property was presented to him, he flatly turned it down.Read: "Ram Das Puri: Where Angels Dare to Tread"
After overcoming our initial surprise, everybody realized that this was the challenge the artists had been waiting for: a focus for our creative energy at the Solstice site. It was immediately apparent to us all that the Guru was the only artist great enough to do such an immense job in such a short time. It would have to be a group effort.Read: "Painting the Future"
Yogi Bhajan identified the causes of drug dependence in America. “America, he said “is a credit economy. This creates pressure on the nerves and when one does not know how to relax, one turns to drugs, alcohol and smoking.” He also knew that a major cause of drug abuse was the depression and insecurity due to the decay of the American Family and the erosion of the institution of marriage. “We must build a drug free nation if we are to survive, and we must go into the root cause of drug use – a broken unhappy home.”Read: "Building a Drug-Free Nation"
“Integration of one’s personality at higher levels is the outcome of balancing the physiological systems of the body with the mind and the spirit.” ~Yogi Bhajan, 1977Read: "Freedom from Drugs"
1969 to 1979 In this “High Times” article from 1979, Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa (Yogi Bhajan’s “First Student”), shares some highlights of the first ten years of 3HO history. View…Read: "Ten Years of Highlights in 3HO History"
This article originally appeared in Beads of Truth in 1979, and was written by S.S. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa
The history of the birth, growth and expansion of the Grace of God Movement of the Women of the World.Read: "From Mantra, to Meditation, to Movement, to Mission"
Here are excerpts from an article originally published in a 1979 issue of Beads of Truth. “When you take away a nation’s songs, you take away its spirit.” ~Siri Singh…Read: "Music: The Companion that Soothes Us and Moves Us"
Religion comes from the word “religioso” which means to go back to our origin, our Source. Religion brings us to the awareness of our Creator and gives us an experience of Him. Sikh Dharma teaches that our origin is One Creator who has manifested the entire creation. We call this Omnipotent, Omnipresent Spirit: GOD – Generator, Organizer, Destroyer. That Spirit lives in all creatures.Read: "Presentation to the Interreligious Council of S.C. on the Cult Phenomenon"
There is one hero (Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji) who has proven time and again that he really is what he appears to be – “Through every test he has stood tall”. Therefore, it is essential that the reality of him, of his life, his words and his actions, be recorded for posterity, that his story be told for the generations which are to follow and which deserve to know the truth about the man who shared with humanity the most priceless teachings of human existence.Read: "Yogi Bhajan, Spiritual Teacher"
These “Significant Events in the Establishment of the Sikh Dharma in the Western Hemisphere by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi Ji” are from 1969 to 1979 and were published in 1979 in the book, The Man Called the Siri Singh Sahib.Read: "Significant Events in the Establishment of the Sikh Dharma in the Western Hemisphere"
Categories: 3HO History
One man, Yogi Bhajan, alone and unknown as God willed, came to Los Angeles, in December of 1968, and began teaching. He soon had endeared himself to thousands of people by his love and compassion, by his understanding of their problems and their needs, and by his ability to give them not only guidance but a concrete method to work out their own solutions.Read: "The Siri Singh Sahib "
The title of Bhai Sahib is recognized by Sikh communities everywhere as a title of Great honor and respect, to be bestowed in the event of outstanding spiritual qualities and/or great achievement in serving the Guru’s mission. It is also a title which is hereditary, as it is passed on for the male heirs of the families in which it has been bestowed.
In the case of the Siri Singh sahib, the title of Bhai Sahib has come to him by three different avenues