Man has to live in love—love which is not lust.

Love where there is no possession, no slavery of another person.

Love which is a giving.

Love which is for the sake of love.

Love which lasts forever.

Love which is a total sacrifice.

Love which is more than the grace of God itself.

Love which gives a halo around the face of the person.

Love through which one can see God in the eyes of the person.

Love with which the body shines, the words become sweet, and the communication is absolutely beautiful.

That love for which one sacrifices his own life to save a little bit of injury to another person.

That love with which one pleasantly and peacefully takes all the pain in his heart to redeem another fellow being.

That love can only flow when one knows how to tune into that universal God.

~Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, June 1970 


The illustration above is found in The Game of Love: A Book of Consciousness – The Poems and Art of Yogi Bhajan. 

An intimate experience of Yogi Bhajan, the man, the teacher and the master, through his collected English poems, illustrated with his own drawings. The book is filled with deep insights into how to have successful relationships, both with oneself and others. At its essence, it is a guide to living in the 21st century and beyond.

Includes a CD of Yogi Bhajan reciting his poems!

You can find this book on the SDI marketplace.