Posted by Kundalini Research Institute& filed under 05-Guru Arjan, Legacy Organizations, Prayer, Shabad Guru, Woman
Every woman embodies the energy of the Kundalini Mata Shakti: The Creative Power of the Mother. When a woman decides to assist a soul in coming to the planet in human form, it is a tremendous responsibility. In Japji Sahib, Guru Nanak said that the human birth is very rare and very precious, for it is only…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under Meditation, Siri Singh Sahib Ji, Woman
"[Women] are the nucleus of this Universe. You are the source of beginning. You are the master of the space. You are the hub, you are the pivot, you are the force, you are the mother. If you walk tall, that's all you have to do. Resurrect yourself, exalt yourself, excel. You are born…
Posted by 3HO-Legacy Organization& filed under Legacy Organizations, Sikh Art Corner, Woman, Your Stories
This article is courtesy of 3HO and written by Pritpal Kaur
One of the most powerful archetypes that Yogi Bhajan shared in his lectures was the Ashtabhuja.
The Ashtabhuja is the archetype of woman as Goddess. She represents warmth, heat, energy and her body shines with a radiance like the glowing sun. She has ashta - eight, bhuja -…
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Woman
–Por Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji
La Amada es Aquella que ha obtenido la radiancia de la Luz del Infinito, como el sol rebosante.
La Amada es la esencia de la totalidad y creatividad de todo lo cual llamamos Divinidad.
En esencia, la Amada alcanza la excelencia de la Excelencia como…
Posted by Shanti Kaur Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Dharmic Education, Events, Woman
Fearlessly Living Our Destiny
Khalsa Women's Training
January 25 - February 5, 2018
Dashmesh Sadan in Anandpur Sahib, India
In this sacred home of Yogi Bhajan, we will get in touch with the cultural and spiritual legacy of the Khalsa. Through the…
Posted by Sat Purkh Kaur Khalsa& filed under Meditation, Publications, Woman, Your Stories
Uno de los símbolos más antiguos de lo sagrado femenino es el Adi Shakti. La forma de oración más Antigua, el Adi Shakti, simboliza la mujer, sus brazos levantados hacia el cielo, curvos en un agraciado arco, como sosteniendo el mundo entero y suplicando al universo alinearse a sí mismo con su palabra. Este antiguo…
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Lectures-Siri Singh Sahib, Woman
Courtesy of the 3HO Website
Excerpts from ‘Virtue of Virtues,’ a lecture by Yogi Bhajan, July 2, 1978, Khalsa Women’s Training Camp (KWTC)
To be very honest with you, a woman who is not a noble woman and who does not talk through her radiance, is not a woman. The greatest decoration a…
Posted by Dev Suroop Kaur Khalsa& filed under Music, Siri Singh Sahib Ji, Woman, Your Stories
For many years, women from the 3HO and Sikh Dharma community would travel to New Mexico and gather together to live in tents for six weeks each summer to learn at the feet of Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan. Here Dev Suroop Kaur reflects on those times and the songs we sang together.
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Lectures-Siri Singh Sahib, Sikh Dharma Technology, Woman
Excerpt from Khalsa Women's Training Camp Lecture on August 18, 1977, by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan
...Remember as United States of America and as you who are the citizen of this country as American, you have one mission to accomplish and you should never get defeated in that mission. Bring woman of America the…
Posted by 3HO-Legacy Organization& filed under Community, Events, Legacy Organizations, Woman
El Campamento Internacional de Mujeres, fue fundado por Yogi Bhajan en 1976 y originalmente se llamaba “Campamento de Mujeres Khalsa en Entrenamiento”. La misión del campamento, era entrenar a las mujeres a ser Mujeres – fuertes, invencibles, agraciadas, creativas. El dijo que las mujeres necesitan un descanso de dos meses de sus parejas, familias, trabajo…
Posted by 3HO-Legacy Organization& filed under Events, Legacy Organizations, Woman
International Women's Camp was founded by Yogi Bhajan in 1976 and was originally called "Khalsa Women's Training Camp." The mission of camp was to train women to be Women - strong, invincible, graceful, creative. He said women need a two month break from their partners, families, work and daily lives each year to reconnect with themselves,…
Posted by GuruSangat Kaur Khalsa& filed under Around the World, Community, Woman
Gender inequality has been always around. Really? Always? Let’s examine the history.
According to the Babylonian Myth of Creation, creation is an act of violence. Violence was important and necessary to restore order over chaos. Marduk, depicted as a white-winged, beautiful, good male god slaughters Tiamat, the abyssal black bad female depicted as the…