Category archive: Music

Ardas Bhaee: A Mantra of Answered Prayers

This mantra calls upon the third Sikh Guru, Guru Amar Das, and the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das, to answer one's prayers. Guru Amar Das represents the energy of grace, mercy and hope in hopeless circumstances. Guru Ram Das represents the energy of divine healing and miracles. 
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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 strength which can remove
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Pritpal Singh Khalsa

Pritpal Singh Khalsa has been a student of Yogi Bhajan since 1972 and is a KRI-certified Lead Teacher Trainer of Kundalini Yoga leading trainings in the US and other countries. He currently serves as the Director of Dharmic Education for Sikh Dharma International, organizing and leading educational events. As a long-time performer and
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In Memoriam: Guru Dass Singh Khalsa

  by SS Guruganesha Singh Khalsa, Herndon VA Fall 2017 SDI Minister Newsletter Singh Sahib Guru Dass Singh, my beloved brother and fellow Minister in Divine, was a total gift from Guru Ram Das ji. I met him in January 1973 at Ahimsa Ashram in Washington D.C., where we lived,
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The Practice of Naam Simran

by SS Guru Prem Singh Khalsa, Los Angeles, CA Fall 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter I experienced a unique relationship in my practice of Naam Simran under the guidance of the Siri Singh Sahib. It began in 1981, when he asked a favor of me that would take the next seven years to accomplish. I
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Simran is Everything

by SS Mata Mandir Singh Khalsa, San Francisco CA Fall 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter Simran is often translated as “remembrance,” which, to me, doesn’t explain the word. Other people say simran is repeating a mantra. I understand repeating a mantra as japa, which means “to repeat a mantra.” Does repeating a mantra lead
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The Khalsa Way (the Song)

Written by Livtar Singh Khalsa Listen to the Khalsa Way:   Read the lyrics: Long ago and far away A man sat like a stone On a burning seat of red-hot iron ... To him it was a throne. For he was Guru Arjan, King of this world and
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Calling on Adi Shakti

Kundalini Bhakti Meditation: Adi Shakti Namo Namo This devotional mantra (a Bhakti mantra), invokes the primary Creative Power which is manifest as the feminine. It calls upon the Mother Power. It will help you to be free of the insecurities which block freedom of action. By meditating on it one can obtain a deeper understanding
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Song of the Khalsa

On February 13, 1977, Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan said this about Song of the Khalsa: Mukhia Singh Sahib Livtar Singh, put our entire philosophy into one Song of the Khalsa, which we always sing with every prayer and in every congregation to remind ourselves that we must know who we are, what our
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