Category archive: Dharmic Education

I am a Spiritual Warrior – Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma

Journey into The Heart of Sikh Dharma is a very special telecourse that is starting it’s 18th year in September. As part of the course, participants are asked to share their thoughts on many topics. One the those topics is their thoughts on what it means to be a Spiritual Warrior. The following are the
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Journey of the Heart

In this interview, Mata Mandir Kaur Khalsa shares about developing and facilitating the Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma Course Q: How was Journey to the Heart of Sikh Dharma created and how did you become the facilitator? MMK: In 2000, Siri Sikdar Sahiba Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur was working on a
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Self Esteem Begins with Self Control – Raising Children with Virtues and Values

By Jagat Guru Singh Khalsa and Saraswati Kaur Khalsa of  Miri Piri Academy. As shared in the KRI May 2018 Newsletter. Raising conscious children is a commitment that we, as Kundalini Yoga teachers, students, and parents, embrace wholeheartedly. In the previous newsletter we introduced the ten things that Yogi Bhajan said every parent
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Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma – September 2018

Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma, a small group tele-course in its 18th year, is a unique opportunity to deepen your experience and understanding of Sikh Dharma, and to take a spiritual journey of transformation and inspiration. ​ ​ To bring your knowledge and experience to life,­­­ each session covers a different topic​,
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The Language of Aquarian Prayer

Who is speaking, and who, or what, is listening when we pray? In my youth I was first exposed to prayer within a Protestant Christian tradition. As the minister would lead the congregation in a group prayer, we were being educated in the language of prayer from a dualistic perspective – speaking to a distant,
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Camp Miri Piri 2018

Registration for the 2018 Camp Miri Piri is OPEN! What is it? "Not only did we learn about Sikh history and Sikh Philosophy, but the integration of kundalini yoga made the experience of Sikhi tangible. The practice of physical discipline and spiritual discipline made the camp a much more profound experience. “ - CMP 2014
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Gurmukhi Ordinal Numbers

Information provided by Hari Dharam Kaur Khalsa In the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the word “ghar”  (Gru)   is often used.  Literally, this word means “home”, but in this case it means the tune, musical notation, or beat that a particular shabad is to be sung with.  These musical notations denote the pitch of
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Sikh Vows

SIKH VOWS Any ordained Minister of Sikh Dharma may administer Sikh Vows in the presence of Siri Guru Granth Sahib and the Sadh Sangat. Anyone who is ready to make a commitment to live the remainder of his or her life as a Sikh of the Guru is welcome to take Sikh vows. These vows
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