Category: Legacy Organizations

3H0 Luminary: Amrita Nishan Kaur (Egypt)

Dalia Adel Ibrahim (Amrita Nishan Kaur) hosts free and donation based community Kundalini Yoga classes in Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt.  She is passionate about sharing that you can be a Kundalini yogi and a Muslim and tirelessly supports the studio which brings teacher training to Egypt.  She is currently working on a translation of the teacher
Amrita Nishan Kaur Egypt

Celestial Communication for Deep Relaxation

Excerpt from KRI’s Vitality and Stress Manual as shared by 3HO. “Celestial Communication is a body-motivated language that totally relaxes your brain waves.” ~Yogi Bhajan One of the most powerful things we can do to reclaim our body, reintegrate our brain, and relax the inner stress which erodes our sense of self-effectiveness and
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3H0 Luminary: Bhakti Akal Kaur (Vietnam)

Bhakti Akal Kaur brought Kundalini Yoga to Vietnam after her teacher training in the U.S.  She shares weekly free classes with her university students and has opened the Tara House Project, making Kundalini Yoga free and accessible for all in Ho Chi Minh City.  Her students in Vietnam gush over her, saying she leads with
Bhakti Akal Kaur Vietnam

3H0 Luminary: Sunderta Kaur (Brazil)

Sunderta Kaur (Marina Maia) is developing a donation-built community center in an underserved area of Brazil for impoverished children and adults to learn the tools of Kundalini Yoga. She is the founder of Yoga e Negritude, which seeks to raise the profile of Black yoga students and teachers in Brazil.
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Healing Your Neck

On an emotional level, neck pain can mean that you are being confronted with a situation or someone whose ideas are at odds with your sense of reality, literally someone or something that is a “pain in the neck.” Our sense of reality of “what is” is a paradigm that was created for us at
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Blast from the Past: Celebrating 50 Years of History

In 2019, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan's arrival in the West in 1969. As soon as he arrived, he began teaching his students about Sikh history, Sikh Dharma and Kundalini Yoga. To celebrate this milestone and Yogi Bhajan's lasting legacy, we compiled 50 years of historical content from the
Yogi Bhajan teaching students in Santa Barbara, California in 1969.

Meditating in the Amrit Vela

Shared from the KRI November, 2019 Newsletter In Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®, Yogi Bhajan emphasized doing sadhana, a regular spiritual practice, every day to cleanse the subconscious mind and align your being with your highest intention. Guru Nanak Dev ji wrote: Amrit velaa sach naao vadiaa-ee veechaar Karmee aavai kapraa nadree mokh
Evening sky over the lake in North Russia