Category archive: Your Stories

Journey into the Heart of Amrit: Part 4

For the last few weeks I have been meditating on commitment, and what it means to me. How am I able to make, and more importantly to keep, the commitments in my life? I have been having an intensive reflection on that, including how it manifests in different parts of my life.
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Journey into the Heart of Amrit: Part 3

I have always experienced a certain feeling of gravity when I think of Amrit vows – I take the process and ceremony very seriously. While I have always felt an overwhelming love of the Guru, and the deepest gratitude that my soul came into the Sikh path during this lifetime, I have held off on
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Journey into the Heart of Amrit: Part 2

I took Amrit about 40 or so years ago at Summer Solstice in NM. At the time I was still in the beginning stages of transforming my identity, and to me it simply seemed like the logical next step. I was already practicing the 5 K’s, so that part didn’t really faze me back then—for
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Journey into the Heart of Amrit: Part 1

Western society, in general view, doesn’t value or encourage us to make a commitment. There is a common quote that says today that "everything is relative." Well, not everything is relative; there are things that are absolute, like the values ​​that bring us closer to our soul. These values ​​should not be negotiated in any
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Sadhana Jewel – March 2018

Sadhana gives you grace, Sadhana gives you fearlessness, Sadhana gives you self, Sadhana gives denomination, domination, projection, polarity combination, equilibrium, respectability, totality, internal and external self knowledge, and it gives you purity, it gives you Divinity, dignity, grace, it gives you radiance, it gives you pranic Shakti, it gives you auric Shakti, it gives you
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Woman: The Ashtabhuja

This article is courtesy of 3HO and written by Pritpal Kaur One of the most powerful archetypes that Yogi Bhajan shared in his lectures was the Ashtabhuja. The Ashtabhuja is the archetype of woman as Goddess. She represents warmth, heat, energy and her body shines with a radiance like the glowing sun. She has ashta - eight, bhuja -
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Happiness Runs

Sat Nam Dear Family, There’s a song we sing called “Happiness Runs” which was first sung and released by Donovan in 1969. It’s almost like a camp song. By that I mean that its very simple, rhythmic, and catchy. It could even sung in rounds. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, loved this song.
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Resistencia

Por SS Kartar Singh Khalsa, Sterling VA Invierno 2017 Boletín del Ministerio de SDI Déjame ser claro – Actualmente yo no leo mis banis cada día, aunque lo hice como una práctica diaria por muchos años. Así que déjame hablar honestamente y abiertamente acerca del tema de la resistencia. Tres veces el
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Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma (2016-2017 Testimonials)

Visit www.jhsd.org for more information about this course When I began the course I did not have much knowledge of Sikh Dharma and Sikh writings, other than Japji.  My main goals were to learn about Sikh prayers, philosophy and ceremony, as well as deepen my relationship with the Guru.  It has been an amazing
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Bow to the Now

A Story about the Siri Singh Sahib Ji Sat Nam Dear Family, “Sir, what do teachers mean when they tell students to live in the Now? I mean, I get it, but there must be more than I know?” Along with many other students, we were sitting on the veranda of the cabin
Yogi Bhajan - from Hari Jiwan Singh Article