"The ideal purpose of your life is that you are grateful –Great and Full– that you are alive and you enjoy it"–Yogi Bhajan
A life journey that began in the late 60s in a world with a strong thirst for transformation, with the urgent need to get up from the mud and learn to live with new principles, new symbols, inside a new body and a cleansed soul
This is the history of Yogi Bhajan, his teachings and his legacy
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Yogi Bhajan and his teachings have a had a profound impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Many of us are blessed to call him our spiritual teacher.
Narayan is one of the many different names for the Divine. It relates to the quality of water. As a plant needs water for its flowers to blossom, in the same way chanting Narayan nurtures the Divine Identity within you so that your soul can bloom into its full beauty and grace.
Narayan is the quality that restores. It allows life to become fresh, lush and green again.
Chanting this Shabad restores what has been lost. It brings forth abundance and life.
It is said in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib that when Narayan is chanted, death cannot approach. It protects against the power of death.
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