August 6, 2022 |

God is infinite

Every horizon is a limit

Everyday of spirit

Is the human summit.

There is no horizon

It is all a mental mirage

Heart has no limit

No reason and no cause.
It beats and it beats
It can beat at all times
It is a master of courage
It is a matter of the spine.

Read: "All Will Pass "

Categories: Poetry

July 11, 2022 |

Mother Earth is crying in vain. Almighty God, who out of His many bountiful blessings, gave us the planet Earth which we have raped, abused, misused—and we are not stopping. We are not at peace with Mother Earth, we are not at peace with environments, we are not at peace with ourselves, we are not at peace within ourselves. The time has come when we must all wake up to a simple reality: without peace what else are we? ~Yogi Bhajan

Read: "Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Peace (Part 5)"

Categories: Yogi Bhajan Quotes

June 14, 2022 |

There has to be a balance between Earth and heavens. Too much heavens and too much Earth is no good. God made us human, and that is enlightenment when we keep the balance between heaven and Earth. When we live a balanced life we live happily. Happiness is in balance. There are seven steps to happiness. There is no other way. You must commit, which you don’t want to and I am not asking you, I am just explaining you the seven steps. Happiness believes… your commit happiness believes in your commitment, that will give you character, that will give you dignity, that will give you Divinity, that will give you grace, that will give you power to sacrifice and you will experience happiness.

Read: "Seven Steps to Happiness – Join Us for the 2022 Virtual Summer Solstice"

Categories: Our Stories


June 12, 2022 |

Around the same time that Columbus discovered America, Guru Nanak was traveling to bring the teachings of a higher consciousness, of “Ek Ong Kar”.  While Europe was preparing to colonize the States, Guru Nanak lashed out against injustices, hypocrisies and useless rituals–reminding kings, saints, thieves and sorcerers that the word of God is made of love and compassion.

Read: "Summer Solstice – The Power to Sacrifice"

Categories: Our Stories


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"

Categories: EventsOur Stories