Posts by: Sikh Dharma International

Success and the Spirit: An Aquarian Path to Abundance

Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga and Siri Singh Sahib of Sikh Dharma, shared many sacred secrets in his teachings about success, spirituality and prosperity. Here, in Success and the Spirit: An Aquarian Path to Abundance, we have compiled a collection of his lectures on how prosperity is a natural expression of the human spirit;
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A Dish and a Wish

After the attacks on the Golden Temple complex, the Siri Singh Sahib established a monthly 6th-of-the-month Gurdwara to honor the sacrifices offered in dedication to the Khalsa Panth.  In a Gurdwara lecture dated March 6, 1993, he explained,"So it is a privileged day today, it's the sixth, we celebrate every sixth, the day of the Akal Takhat,
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Glossary

3HO: the Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving humanity through the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and the 3HO lifestyle as taught by Yogi Bhajan. www.3ho.org. 4 Pillars of Sikh Dharma: There are four main practices within Sikh Dharma. Bana - dressing to represent your grace and spirit; Bani - chanting

Tolerance & Equality

Tolerance is an Essential Sikh Value Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru, had an experience of divine enlightenment. He was immersed under the waters of the Kali Bien River for three days. When he was found his first utterance was, “there is no Hindu, there is no Muslim”. At first this statement
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The Commitments of Taking Amrit

New Name After taking Amrit, men commit to taking the surname of Singh (Lion), representing that their new identity is fearlessness. Women take the surname of Kaur (Princess), representing that their new identity is one of grace and fearlessness. Many men and women will also add the family name of Khalsa. Rehit At the first Amrit ceremony,
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