Posted by Sat Bir Singh Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Community, Legacy Organizations, Service/Seva
At Yogi Tea, we believe that the purpose of business is to serve. We do this in many ways from how we treat our employees, business partners, vendors, and consumers to the deep partnerships and connection we have with our grower communities.
First a little background. There are five original spices that started…
Posted by Sikh Dharma Ministry& filed under Around the World, Ministry, Your Stories
by SS Dharm Singh Khalsa, Espanola NM
Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter
My dear friend and spirit brother Sada Sat Singh has passed into the light. We both served Yogi Bhajan for many years in Los Angeles and formed a bond in that 24-hour-a-day seva. In the beauty and the spiritual challenge of it,…
Posted by Sikhnet& filed under Around the World, Community, Your Stories
Argentina is a magnificent country that stretches more than 4,000 miles from north to south. The eastern border is the Atlantic Ocean, and to its west are the magnificent Andes Mountains that separate it from Chile. To the north lies Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil and to the south lies Antarctica.…
Posted by Shanti Kaur Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Dharmic Education, Events, Woman
Fearlessly Living Our Destiny
Khalsa Women's Training
January 25 - February 5, 2018
Dashmesh Sadan in Anandpur Sahib, India
In this sacred home of Yogi Bhajan, we will get in touch with the cultural and spiritual legacy of the Khalsa. Through the…
Posted by Jot Singh Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Your Stories
A extraordinary place that is regularly recommended for Sikhs and spiritual seekers to travel to and visit is Hemkunt Sahib in India. It is considered a most sacred location where a great saint and savior of humankind meditated and prepared himself to inspire and lead humanity as well as to fight injustice. Below are details of…
Posted by Sat Bir Singh Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Service/Seva
At Yogi, we believe the purpose of business is to serve and we use the guiding principles of “Feel Good, Be Good, Do Good” to align our business activities. Our “Doing Good” element is focused on giving back in the communities where we do business, as well as partnerships with key vendors to support our…
Posted by Prabhu Singh& filed under Around the World, Dharmic Education, Events, Your Stories
My first encounter with Japji was in the winter of 2010 in Miami Beach (Ha! winter in Miami Beach). I was at my first early morning sadhana. I was very curious about what in the world people did at 4am. I know what most people did, but not these strange yogi people. I ended up…
Posted by Kundalini Research Institute& filed under Around the World, Community, Legacy Organizations
In a world full of mind-numbing news, the terroristic murder last week of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville stands out as turning-point. In Charlottesville, there were so many beautiful people there on the front-line, willing to confront hate and violence. Never in my wildest dreams did I think we’d be defending our cities from the hate…
Posted by Sikh Dharma Ministry& filed under Around the World, Community, Ministry, Shabad Guru, Your Stories
by SS Guru Nam Singh and SS Sat Jivan Kaur Khalsa, McAllen TX, published in the Summer 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter
In the early 1980s, my wife SS Sat Jivan Kaur was facing a deep depression. Two prestigious doctors made the diagnosis and both agreed that it was imperative that she take strong medications…
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by SS Arjan Singh Dhillon and SS Arjan Kaur Khalsa, Mexico City, Mexico as part of the Summer 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter
A common proverb in India is “The seva brings meva.” Meva means fruit or benefit. In Sikh Dharma, the concept of seva implies giving to the Infinite beyond personal identity. This may…
Posted by SatKirin Kaur Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Community, Videos, Your Stories
Satkirin Kaur shares her experience of the April 2017 European Khalsa Spring Festival in Boizenburg, Germany
Slowly, gently, drop by drop, the stream of nectar trickles down within.
"Jhim Jhim Varasay Amrit Dhaaraa".
Water trickling down the canal under the small foot bridge to enter Shabad Guru's new home in Europe.
Posted by Snatam Kaur& filed under Around the World, Community, Our Authors, Your Stories
I remember getting the phone call from GuruGanesha, my band mate: "Siri Gobind Kaur of Barcelona, Spain rented a 950 seat church and she says she's gonna fill it!"
I was in dismay. At the beginning of our music touring days those kind of numbers were just unheard of. We were lucky to fill a…
Posted by GuruSangat Kaur Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Community, Woman
Gender inequality has been always around. Really? Always? Let’s examine the history.
According to the Babylonian Myth of Creation, creation is an act of violence. Violence was important and necessary to restore order over chaos. Marduk, depicted as a white-winged, beautiful, good male god slaughters Tiamat, the abyssal black bad female depicted as the…