Protected: An Introduction to Japji Sahib

Japji Sahib is timeless and universal. Recited daily (Jap), it becomes a companion, slowly revealing insights of your inner journey of self-realization and bringing light and strength to your divine self, your “ji.” The recitation of Japji acts as a medicinal salve or remedy to heal the injuries and the challenges encountered during your life.
Yogi Bhajan SSS Japji

The First Khalsa Women’s Training Camp in 1976

Before the beginning of the summer, I couldn’t understand why we didn't name our women's camp “Camp Green-trees” or “Camp Cottonwood." These aesthetic names seemed to perfectly depict the idyllic setting and peaceful vibration of an all-woman summer camp in a grove of trees, under the sunny bright skies of northern New Mexico.  “Camp Greentrees"
First KWTC Parade 1976

Aad Guray Nameh

This mantra is in Sukhmani Sahib, which was written by Guru Arjan Dev Ji. It is a mantra of protection and is recited to invoke the protective energy of the universe.  Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan taught that this mantra should always be chanted 3 times in a row.  This mantra is also chanted directly
aad guray nameh

Reflections on the Second Pauri from Jap Jī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

The second Paurī imparts patience and stability. – from the Teachings of the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan (1) Hukamī hovan ākār hukam na kahi-ā jā-ī. By His Command, bodies are created; His Command cannot be described. In this Paurī, Gurū Nānak talks about the word ‘Hukam.’ ‘Hukam’ means the ‘Divine order’ or ‘command’
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Mantra for Patience: Reflections on the 2nd Pauri of Japji Sahib (Hukmee Hovan)

The second pauri of Japji can be repeated 11 times on its own as a mantra for patience and stability, according to Yogi Bhajan.  We all need more patience in these fast and trying times.  Whether we have highly stressful jobs or home lives, a patient attitude can diffuse tense situations and steer us clear of meltdowns.  And
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