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The Five K’s – Kangha

The following excerpt adapted from Living Reality by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, Page 74-75 We put a wooden comb (kangha) in the hair so the electric magnetic field is stabilized and does not change. Guru Gobind Singh was the most scientific scientist. He gave us the wooden comb so that we
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Guru’s Grace

Beads of Truth, Winter 1983 #12 by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji There was once a teacher who taught about thirty or forty people. They had all qualified and so one day he told them he was to give them Guru's blessing. So he brought them into the city and
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Faith and Love

Beads of Truth, Summer 1986 by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji Gurdwara Lecture Espanola, New Mexico 3/30/86 What is faith? Faith is what gives courage, what gives you intelligence, what gives you the ability to survive, to surmount, and surmount the Infinity of divinity. For example, Jesus Christ was
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The Prosperous and Successful Woman

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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Profit Has Support ~ Goodwill

Siri Singh Sahib ~ Yogi Bhajan Lecture Excerpts from Success and the Spirit Chapter 13 Success in Business “The basic subject today is “Interlog of the interest—human, monetary, and personal.” The subject is extremely boring and everybody hates to deal with it. It’s so hate-worthy that we put many names on it and size
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Business Prosperity and Keys to Success

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
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