Category: Sikh Dharma International

Many Colored Hues

by SS Gurukirn Kaur Khalsa, Phoenix, AZ  Courtesy of the #60 Summer 2016 SDI Ministry Newsletter The poetry of the Gurus is exquisite, embodying the divine in material form. To bring this subtlety into earthly form, the Gurus were able to serve as God’s channels, letting the divine flow through them by setting
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KC Report – 2016 – Spring

The International Khalsa Council met in Española, New Mexico on April, 2016 for its Baisakhi meetings. Established by the Siri Singh Sahib over 40 years ago, the Khalsa Council serves as a leadership body for our Dharma. It is comprised of approximately 100 Ministers and leaders from the global Sikh Dharma community, who meet twice
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Spiritual Awakening in South Africa

This article is courtesy of the Sikh Dharma Ministry South Africa is now 20 years into democracy—not even a generation. The 3HO presence here started with the blessing and directive of the Siri Singh Sahib in the mid-1980s. Since then, the GINI index (universal indicator of disparity between wealthy and disadvantaged) has worsened. The
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The Companion of the Soul

by SS Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, Espanola NM Courtesy of the #59 Spring 2016 SDI Ministry Newsletter It is a common understanding in most spiritual traditions that human beings exist as more than a physical body. The writer C.S. Lewis made this distinction when he said, “We are a soul; we
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Ministry Spotlight: MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa

This article is courtesy of the Sikh Dharma Ministry Serving the Divine Within Known as the “Mother of 3HO” for her role as Yogi Bhajan’s first Kundalini yoga student, MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa was ordained in 1973 as a Sikh Dharma Minister with the Ministerial title Mukhia Sardarni Sahiba. She is the author of several
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SDI Town Hall in Los Angeles

One of Sikh Dharma International’s goals for 2016 is to reach out to our affiliated communities around the globe, and build stronger connections and avenues of communication. We would like to hear about the needs and concerns of our communities and constituents, and how SDI can better support them. We’d also like to foster the
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A Sikh’s Relationship to Gurdwara

This article is courtesy of the Sikh Dharma Ministry From the earliest days of his ministry, Guru Nanak’s approach to spreading his God-given message was very simple. Accompanied by his minstrel Mardana, he walked from village to village throughout much of India and many surrounding countries. There he would sit down under a tree,
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