SIRI SINGH SAHIB LECTURE DATE: April 30th, 2001
POSTURE: Sit straight in Easy Pose.
MUDRA: Make a tight fist of the left hand and rest the wrist of the right hand on top of it, facing forward, with the fingers and thumb tightly arched like an open-mouthed snake ready to strike. Place
this mudra in front of the Heart Read more ›
Meditation for Balance and the Law of Equality
Posture: Sit in easy pose with the legs crossed.
Breath: Cobra Breath – Inhale through the nose and exhale through the nose. Create a hissing sound through the nose with a powerful exhale.
Mudra: Ravi Mudra or Sun Mudra. Tip Read more ›
Patience Pays ~ The Path to Prosperity
"Patience pays. Wait. Let the hand of God work for you. The One who has created you, let Him create all the environments, circumstances, and facilities and faculties.
Too kaahay doleh paraanee-aa tudh raakhaigaa sirjanhaar.
Jin paidaa-is too kee-aa so-ee day-ay aadhaar.
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In 2001, after the September 11th attacks on New York City, the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, taught a very simple, but powerful meditation to send healing to those in need. With the incredible and sometimes devastating events occurring around the world, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed and helpless. Somtimes, we Read more ›
by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji
(This meditation can be found in Success and the Spirit: An Aquarian Path to Abundance.)
The beginning era of the Aquarian Age will be a time of profound transformation. To help stay connected and to flow with the Read more ›
Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji
January 19, 1976
Many are the names of God but God is One. God is One, therefore meditate on God. Meditate and meditate and meditate and you will have the power of the prayer. There will be abundance. Not Read more ›
POSTURE: Sit in Easy Pose, with a straight spine.
MUDRA: Hands are in Gyan Mudra (tips of the index finger and the thumb touching each other, forming a circle), wrists on the knees.
EYES: Look at the center of your chin, through closed eyes. Or focus at the tip of your nose with your eyes 1/10th open.
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Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan December 26, 1997
“I want to tell you what life is all about. Life has a constant action and reaction that you cannot stop. Your inner anger and your outer fear cannot let you be anything but a reactionary, everlasting nuisance. You do not develop maturity and common ground Read more ›
Jap Man Sat Nam . This shabad brings prosperity and fulfills all desires. Recite or sing the shabad 11 times a day as a meditation for prosperity.
Dhanaasree mehlaa 4.
Ichhaa poorak sarab sukh-daata har jaa kai vas hai kaamdhaynaa.
So aisaa har Dhi-aa-ee-ai mayray jee-arhay taa sarab sukh Read more ›
Sikh Dharma teaches that everything a person needs exists within himself or herself. We don't need anything outside. We only need to touch the Divinity that lives within us. And by experiencing that, life comes into a perfect balance.
The very best time of day to experience your Higher Self is during the hours Read more ›
Posture: Sitting in Easy Pose, hands in any relaxed position, make a strong clucking sound with your tongue striking and releasing against the upper palate. The tongue presses the upper palate and breaks from it with a force. It pulls forcefully on the upper palate at the rate of approximately 2 clucks per second.
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Meditation for an Invincible Spirit February 2, 1992 From the Manual: I am a Woman - Creative, Sacred, Invincible In the face of any great change, we confront three destructive impulses: to be alone and withdrawn, to deny or fantasize about the future that's coming, and Read more ›
As you all might know I travel South America every year for a teaching tour on yoga and meditation. This year it was in 11 cities in 8 countries.
The video link below is at one of many amazing events on the 45 day tour. It is the National Read more ›