Posted by Kundalini Research Institute& filed under Legacy Organizations, Publications, Sikh Dharma Technology
Excerpted from Enlightened Bodies: Exploring Physical and Subtle Human Anatomy
THE TENTH LIGHT BODY: The Radiant Body energetically contains all of the other Light Bodies. It creates the seal of the entire system, like the cherry on top of the sundae. The first nine Bodies are about individual perception of the world; the Radiant…
Posted by Guruka Singh Khalsa& filed under Bani, Publications, Sikh Dharma Technology
Excerpt from Heros, Saints and Yogis: Tales of Self Discovery and the Path of Sikh Dharma by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa and Guruka Singh Khalsa
Banis : Five Daily Prayers
Every day, Sikhs recite five special prayers known as banis. These daily banis were given to the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh as tools…
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan& filed under Meditation, Publications
From "The Master's Touch: On being a Sacred Teacher for the New Age"
Sit in easy pose, spine straight. Place the two hands about 12 inches to either side of the ears, palms facing forward, fingers pointing straight up towards the ceiling. The elbows are not pressed into the sides, but are held…
Posted by 3HO-Legacy Organization& filed under Publications
Written by GuruPrem Singh Khalsa, shared by 3HO
I believe that radiance is best described as "hue-man"—a life filled with the divine light, glowing, beaming and bright.
Real and lasting radiance comes from deep within and mostly shines out to the world through the eyes, the skin and the smile. This becomes the…
Posted by Teachings of Yogi Bhajan& filed under Meditation, Publications
Through this meditation, you are working to get rid of the id, the ego. In this mantra, we are singing to our own deathlessness. This will make you leave a legacy of perfection.…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under Dharmic Education, Prayer, Publications
Some of the below information is excerpted from the book Victory & Virtue: Ceremonies & Code of Conduct of Sikh Dharma (2nd Edition)
The word "Ardas" literally means "prayer." But the traditional Sikh Ardas has come to represent a specific form of prayer recited in every Gurdwara program.
It is recited…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 06-Guru Hargobind, Publications, Sikh History
Guru Hargobind explained the sword on his left, which he called “Miri” (earth), represented earthly power, worldly leadership, and guidance, while the sword on his right was named “Piri” (heaven) and symbolized spiritual authority and power.…