Conquer Your Monkey Mind

The yogis often refer to the freewheeling, erratic nature of the mind as the 'monkey mind.' A scattered mind creates scattered habits. Commanding the mind and stilling its chatter are considered keys to yogic discipline and are a direct source of mental health.
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Reflections on the Twenty Eighth Paurī from JapJī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

This Pauri from Jap Jī is very important. Mundā santokh, tolerance and unlimited patience, is the highest power you can have. Mundā are the earrings, which yogīs wear in the solar center to denounce the world. It is the sun meridian point: this little lobe represents your head with the central part of your intelligence in the center. When
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Five Lectures, Five Decades: Timeless Truth from Yogi Bhajan

With an endless flow of inspiration, his words always carry right to the heart of each listener. The same themes appear over and over throughout the years, yet always freshly presented and always expanding greater self-awareness for the student. There is no way to fully encompass the vast library of Yogi Bhajan's teachings. In each
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The Nine Treasures

The Guru refers to meditation on God's Name and meditating on the source of our existence as being the gift that keeps on giving.  All, spiritual, worldly and aesthetic pleasures imaginable - nine and beyond - are obtained and derived from deeply experiencing the One within our own selves.
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The Siri Singh Sahib Speaks at the United Nations in 2000

History was made when the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan addressed the "Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders" at the United Nations during the week of August 28-31, 2000, as 800 religious leaders along with another 1,000 participants created an amazing and colorful impact in the General Assembly hall at the United
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Global Sadhana: Caring for Earth in Honor of Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday

In celebration of Yogi Bhajan's life and legacy in 2019, we honor a major theme that he shared throughout his life: Caring for Mother Earth. We would like to invite the global community to participate in a 40 day sadhana of 11 recitations of the "Gaia Shabad" each day, and/or to play the Gaia Shabad 11
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