Experiencing the Master

My Song

My Song

Let us be holy, happy and bright
Beautiful days and cozy nights.
Joyful living and loving care,
You and me and us we share.
Smiles and our songs they’ll live forever
We’ll leave these memories for our children’s ecstasy.
That is our legacy, a guide to destiny, our destiny.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Teaching #1

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Teaching #1

A Teacher doesn’t hear—he’s deaf. He doesn’t speak—he’s dumb. He doesn’t see—he’s blind. He just carries the teachings. He never amends them, never adds to them, never subtracts from them. You don’t interpret it; you just respectfully carry it to another, and that to another, and that to another. When you do this, all knowledge will come to you. Everything will dawn on you. Your Teacher will speak in you. Your Teacher will guide in you. 

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Unity and Oneness

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Unity and Oneness

Let us not cause pain to each other by our shallowness, by our duality, by our belittle-ness. Let us become as vast as God is and hug each other, love each other. It is in that heart of us that we all live. It is the beat of the heart which is common among us. It is the breath of life which is common among us. It is the Creator in us which is common among us. So we are all one, like one sun. We are all the rays.  

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The Beginning (Part 1)

The Beginning (Part 1)

Our family’s first contact with Yogi Bhajan happened a few months after I (Hari Singh) attended a Theosophical Society meeting in Winter Park, a suburb of Orlando, Florida in 1969, not long after the historic Woodstock Music Festival.

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Yogi Bhajan Arrives In North America

Yogi Bhajan Arrives In North America

It was September 13, 1968. Harbhajan Singh Yogi, now thirty-nine years of age, waited his turn in the line-up that had just disembarked at Toronto’s international airport. In the queue were tourists, professionals, government people and hopeful immigrants. Gradually, Harbhajan’s place in line moved up, as people were cleared at the front by the customs inspectors.

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God’s Good Company: Sadh Sangat

God’s Good Company: Sadh Sangat

Would it surprise you if I told you that the people we surround ourselves with have a profound impact on us? Indeed, one of the most widely used sayings in the English language, “You are the company you keep” dates as far back as Biblical times: “He that walketh with...

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (8 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (8 of 9)

There is only one problem: You do not trust your powers. There is no difference between you and God. Count your blessings. Be proud of yourself. Make your children, friends and neighbors proud of you. Let your touch be the Master’s Touch. Serve the Age of Aquarius. Keep up and God will keep you up. Trust it. Stop looking down at yourself. Feel God within. There is no God outside of you.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (6 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (6 of 9)

The Age of Aquarius is coming our way. Emptiness, insanity and pain shall be everybody’s affair. People will like to hit walls to find out where they can go. They shall come to you. As insane as they are, if you do not take away their pain, and instead you sit in judgement, you are wrong people. That’s why we wanted to teach you how to remain disciplined in the most undisciplined world.

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Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (5 of 9)

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on the Aquarian Age & Sensory Human (5 of 9)

The load of Karma, the ego of the man and the negativity has gone so deep that the positive vibrations have to be created to save the world. You can’t live in this world without a balance and you have to keep balance. There is nobody who is special. Everything is created by the one Creator and you are a temporary custodian of that situation. This is the message of the Aquarian Age. Everyone has to learn to change.

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The Command of the Khalsa

The Command of the Khalsa

The Command of the Khalsa is to live the Rehit!

The Perfect Khalsa has learned this.

The technology of the Rehit belongs to the Khalsa who lives it

And becomes one with the Perfect Guru.

The Command of the Khalsa has been given by God.

The Gurmantra has been placed within our hearts.

Obedience is the way to Reality.

Only those who live the Rehit are liberated.

The Command of the Khalsa is the very Spirit of the Khalsa,

And its daily practice is the Way of the Khalsa.

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Where is the Dome?  (Part 1)

Where is the Dome? (Part 1)

The plan was that the addition to the Gurdwara would take a year.

Construction would begin after Summer Solstice of 1989 and be completed for Summer Solstice 1990.  That schedule was met.  Where the Sangat met for Sadhana and Sunday Gurdwara was moved down to the former “barracks”, while construction proceeded.

Work would go on all week, with others, who could join, helping out on the weekends.  First came the excavation and demolition.  The entry on the west side was torn out and the hill leading to it was cut back and leveled.  The trenches for the foundations were dug and prepared for concrete.  Don’t kid yourself, it wasn’t all hand work, there was a small budget for the project, heavy equipment was used for digging.

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The Nectar of Deep Meditation

The Nectar of Deep Meditation

God is beyond His Creation,
The Soul is beyond limitation.

The Creation blossoms forth . . .
Beyond victory or defeat.

In the flow of deep meditation . . .
My nectar thoughts are filled with God.

Touching the Guru’s Feet,
My Boat arrives on the Yonder Shore.

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