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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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Woman is Where Dignity and Divinity Merge Together

Excerpt of lecture by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, found on the Library of Teachings and in the book "I am Woman:  Creative, Sacred and Invincible" by KRI Creative Infinity is also called Siri: Siri Guru Dev-ay Nameh. We have to learn, as human beings, that creativity is a woman; prakirti is woman; Adi
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Meditation to Deliver Contentment

This meditation can deliver containment and contentment. It creates a direct connection to the radiant body and gives us control of the mind. Control of our mind gives us the opportunity to allow contentment as a choice—a state of being to be assimilated into our daily awareness and psyche. Part One Posture: Sit straight
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Power (Shakti)

Poem written by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan and shared in the book Furmaan Khalsa Meditate on God right Now! And even if you've wasted your past in pursuit of Maya You can know the Future. Settling the breath at the third eye point, Energy flows through the Ida and
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God’s Radiance

GOD'S RADIANCE (Brahm Prakaash) Poem written by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan and shared in the book Furmaan Khalsa After circling the Parkarma, Bow your forehead with love, At the Door of Harimandir. The Karmas of 8.4 million lives fall away, And the accounts are all erased. Wisdom, meditation and God's Radiance Are deeply
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The Glory of Hair

THE GLORY OF HAIR (Kesh Mehimaa) Poem written by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan and shared in the book Furmaan Khalsa God has blessed men and women with Long Hair. It is the Crowning Glory of our Divine Form. Through the hair, the light of the sun and the moon energize us.
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The Origins of Song of the Khalsa: A Recollection from the Artist

Source: Heroes, Saints & Yogis by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa and Guruka Singh Khalsa In 1975, Livtar Singh Khalsa (Atlanta, Georgia) composed this song recounting some of the major events in Sikh history. The Siri Singh Sahib directed that “The Song of the Khalsa” be sung in every Gurdwara immediately before the Anand Sahib. He
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Sadhana

Poem from the book, Furmaan Khalsa, written by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan Sadhana In Sadhana the Sadhu lives. In Sadhana the nectar of God's Love rains down. In Sadhana come the blessings of Simran, Awareness, and Divine Understanding. In Sadhana is the meditation of Raj Yoga. In Sadhana see God's glory. In Sadhana experience
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