Excerpt from “Anniversary of the Martyrdom of the Akal Takhat”

by Siri Singh Sahib, Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi Ji ....."So long you do not admire and understand the timelessness of the teacher, you can never understand to be a timeless student. As long as this intercourse of understanding and cohabition of the psyche does not understand, there shall be duality and doubt.
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The Effects of the Pauris of Japji Sahib

(Compiled by the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan and Bhai Sahiba Bibiji Inderjit Kaur) Reciting the entire Japji daily will balance all aspects of your self and activate your soul.  You may also choose to recite each pauri 11 times a day to work on a particular facet. The MUL MANTRA removes fate
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Fresh Giving

Introducing a new non-profit started by Siri Deva Singh of Austin, TX, USA A few weeks ago I found myself out in the FreshGiving garden for the first harvest of our summer crop fifteen pounds of cucumbers clipped from lush, sprawling vines. These cukes were later dropped off to Hope Food Pantry in Austin, TX, where they were
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Recognize Your Infinity

Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji Excerpt from video lecture Recognize Your Infinity. June 6, 1990 In the Sikh religion, the very aspect that we have the Akal Takht does what?  It takes us from Infinity to Infinity. It gives us a combination, a jurisdiction
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Jai TayGang ~ A Shabad for Prosperity and Imperial Dignity

  Chanting and surrounding yourself with this Shabad will bring protection, prosperity, royalty and grace and will cut through karmic blocks. Written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji and included in the Dasam Granth, this shabad calls upon and bows to the power of the divine sword that represents the majesty and
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Dasvandh as Seva

Personal Reflection on Seva Seva is service. There are so many stories of people in history who have done incredible acts of service. But how do we incorporate service into our lives? There seems to be no room with work, cooking, house cleaning, and the countless activities of a modern day householder.  I
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