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Amrit Singh Khalsa, PHD, Based on The Teachings Of Yogi Bhajan
This book describes a different approach to business. Any person and any business can practice what they do either consciously or unconsciously. If you practice business consciously, you will make better decisions because you will have a fuller understanding of all the…
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A lecture from Siri Singh Sahib Ji on December 30, 1991 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida
The tragedy of life is, there are lot of people who are in business and somehow it is not their intention to fail but they do fail. You have to understand that when we make room…
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Women in Training Volume XX
The KWTC Notes represent more than 20 years of lectures on humanology, parenting, nutrition and meditation; they are THE SOURCE for the women’s teachings. Each summer, Yogi Bhajan spent 8 weeks teaching and training the women of 3HO to be radiant, noble and graceful. Or as he would say, “You…
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Receiving the Virtues July 25, 1989
POSTURE: Sit straight in Easy Pose with a light Neck Lock.
EYE FOCUS: The eyes are closed. Concentrate behind the eyes—not at the Third Eye Point.
MUDRA: The left hand is by the shoulder (as if taking an oath), palm forward, with the thumb…
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This meditation will elevate your energy so strongly that you can easily experience your own soul blessing you with prosperity.
POSTURE: Sit in Easy Pose (or on a chair) with a straight spine.
MUDRA: Hands rest on the knees in Gyan Mudra (index finger and thumb tip touching).
EYE FOCUS: The eyes…
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Lecture excerpts from the Siri Singh Sahib November 10, 2001
“Recently there was a problem. There was a girl who was in love and things were not happening right.
One day she called and she said, “I am in too much pain. Things are not happening right.”
I said, “Count your breaths…
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Posture: Sitting in Easy Pose, hands in any relaxed position, make a strong clucking sound with your tongue striking and releasing against the upper palate. The tongue presses the upper palate and breaks from it with a force. It pulls forcefully on the upper palate at the rate of approximately 2 clucks per second.
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Siri Singh Sahib ~ Yogi Bhajan 10 Sacred Secrets of Success
1. Learning is not a Weakness Time and space and breath of life is the living triangle of life. Every process is a moment; every moment is a process. Learning is to gain wisdom - it gives a grip on our discipline, and discipline…
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Excerpted from a Gurdwara Lecture by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan
A simple line:
What dirt we are talking about? We become short-sighted. And what is long-sighted? Long-sighted is that intuitive self in which a person has personal confidence. This world is a mirage, and because of this mirage many people temporarily…
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Siri Singh Sahib Lecture January 26, 1985
From "Beads of Truth"
The biggest business man on this planet and for this planet is God Himself. He managed to have spring, summer, winter, fall: to create and re-create. The three faculties of God "Ik sansaaree, ik bhandhaaree, ik laa-e deebaan," to grow, to give…
Posted by Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa& filed under Dasvandh, Our Authors, Prosperity, Prosperity Articles
Growing up as a second generation 3HO Sikh, I was always attracted to our large family of services, ashrams and organizations. Going to school in India was paramount to my foundation and the time of my life, so it just seemed natural to work for Miri Piri Academy after graduating.
From there I was…