Yogi Bhajan

April 12, 2012 |

A cool audio affirmation that SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa (Yogi Bhajan) made a recording of many years ago. It is about being patient in life, not worrying and letting God take care of your affairs.  The video uses the voice of Yogi Bhajan and features several members of our 3HO family. I love listening to it when I get stressed out about things. Enjoy, listen, watch and share!

Read: "Patience Pays Affirmation"

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December 30, 2005 |

In this article from a Winter 2005 Aquarian Times, Guruka Singh remembers the day that Yogi Bhajan taught the Tratakam.

“I am walking my last mile,” Yogi Bhajan said. “Soon it will be time for me to leave my physical body behind. Do not be sad that I am leaving you. I am always with you. You can talk to me at any time. You do not need my physical body. Do you know that picture? Place that picture in front of you, look eyes into eyes, and meditate. Chant the long Sat Nam. Guru Nanak will be with you. I will be with you. Any question will be immediately answered. No problem. You can be with me any time.”

Read: "Seeing Eye to Eye with the Master"

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December 30, 2005 |

Inspired and motivated by his words and adhering to the practices he taught, students created music, art, and poetry reflecting the universal wisdom he shared. Over 200 books have been written based on his teachings, as well as a wealth of CD’s, videos, paintings, and sculpture. He himself wrote over 30 books including The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan , Furmaan Khalsa, Masters Touch, and Mind and Its 81 Facets.

Read: "Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji"

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December 30, 2005 |

Yogi Bhajan’s passing on October 6,2004 marked my twenty-fourth year of serving his mission, most recently in the area of publication. “You will create a magazine,” Yogi Bhajan said. “It will be called Aquarian Times.” And so, the birth of our publication in 200I-much like the birth of countless other ventures and adventures over the past three decades-begins with a story about Yogi Bhajan, the man who has been our teacher since his arrival in America in 1968.

Read: "Born Zero. Died at One"

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March 16, 2005 |

“When I lie down in my bed, I can’t sleep.  I say, Yogi Bhajan, they love you so much, and like a nut you are sleeping!  What for are you sleeping on this bed?  Don’t they need you?  Are they not supposed to progress?  Then, if they are supposed to progress more, what are you, boy, doing here?  Get up and do something!  Help them in some way or another.  If you do nothing, sit there.  Even your presence is enough pressure to put them on the alert.  Write them a letter, do something!  This is known as, if I may not even write you a letter, I may not even come, but the very thought that I have thought about you, does connect me subconsciously to that factor and that area.  And that is known as communion of the mental projectivity with the heart, because there is a positive vibration.”

Read: "When I lie down in my bed, I can’t sleep"

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May 30, 2003 |

The human sensory system is going to be our greatest asset in the Aquarian Age. We can cultivate our sensory system by consciously connecting to our breath, strengthening our nervous system, activating our glandular system, balancing our emotional energies, and channeling our mental energy to intuitive awareness. As we cultivate a subtle sensitivity to our being, we will experience a sense of completeness within ourselves that will give us great satisfaction. We will have the capacity to feel calm, contained, content, and straight. We will no longer feel the need to be validated from outside because energetically we will validate ourselves by going deep inside our own being.

Read: "Yogi Bhajan on the Sensory System"

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December 22, 1989 |

Many years ago, on a Tantric weekend in Eugene, OR Sewa Kaur and I went to the local art store and bought some large sheets of white drawing paper and a bunch of maker pens. We presented them to Yogi Ji and he started to create wonderful drawings, you may have seen some of them.

Read: "I and Flow"

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September 30, 1989 |

I was fortunate enough to come in contact with this most saintly being in 1973 in Los Angeles, where I was blessed to attend his lectures and classes.  With my trusty notebook by my side, (an old habit developed in my college days), I began noticing how many of the talks he gave were punctuated with amusing and entertaining stories and anecdotes.  So, I began making marks in the margins whenever he told one.  And that was the beginning of this book.

Read: "Introduction & Dedication: God, Good and Goods"

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