Posts by: Pritpal Singh Khalsa

The Language of Aquarian Prayer

Who is speaking, and who, or what, is listening when we pray? In my youth I was first exposed to prayer within a Protestant Christian tradition. As the minister would lead the congregation in a group prayer, we were being educated in the language of prayer from a dualistic perspective – speaking to a distant,
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Pritpal Singh Khalsa

Pritpal Singh Khalsa has been a student of Yogi Bhajan since 1972 and is a KRI-certified Lead Teacher Trainer of Kundalini Yoga leading trainings in the US and other countries. He currently serves as the Director of Dharmic Education for Sikh Dharma International, organizing and leading educational events. As a long-time performer and
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2016 Japji Course for the Aquarian Age

As the Cottonwood trees of Northern New Mexico began their annual transformation into a blaze of brilliant yellow, twenty-five students gathered for the Japji Course for the Aquarian Age in Española, NM, USA on the weekend of September 30th. The course was held in the beautifully renovated “Sadhana Nivas” yoga space at the former site
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European Yoga Festival 2016

July 30 - August 7, 2016 At the European Yoga Festival site, Domaine de Fondjouan, the ancient forest wraps around the event, creating a wall of peaceful comfort. The old chateau rises above the ornamental lake with majesty as it overlooks the grassy field where we gather each day for early morning Sadhana.
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Winter Solstice Schedule

  Thursday Dec 17th 7:15 - 8:30: Riazz, Classical Indian Voice Practice (Pritpal Singh) 10:45 -11:45: Healing the Wounds of Love (Sat Kartar Singh) 11:45 - 12:45: Sacred Duty of the Spiritual Warrior (Jot Singh) 3:00 - 4:00: Sikh Dharma and Kundalini Yoga (Awtar Kaur and Harsimran Kaur) 4:00 -
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Remembering Guru Teg Bahadur’s Sacrifice

There are many examples through history of people who gave their lives to defend their religious beliefs. But Guru Teg Bahadur sacrificed his life to defend the right of the followers of other religions to practice their religious beliefs. Just a few years before Guru Teg Bahadur was given the throne of Guru, Moghul
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Guruka Langar

The Guru’s Kitchen There are many memorable aspects of a Sikh Gurdwara program, but most first-time visitors are surprised and delighted by the wonderful food that is freely served to the congregation at the conclusion of every gurdwara program. This serving of food is a long-standing tradition called, Guru ka Langar (the Guru’s kitchen)
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