Values and Virtues of the Aquarian Age (June-August)
June 26 - August 6
Two Separate Offerings
May 1st – June 12th or June 24th – August 6th
This 40 Day Seva Sadhana Intensive Values and Virtues of the Aquarian Age explore core virtues of Sikh Dharma which help us to create a new value system that is more in alignment with the Aquarian Age that we are transitioning into.
Yogi Bhajan considered Sikh Dharma to be the spiritual counterpart of Kundalini Yoga, and through stories and universal ideals, it helps to create internal context and structure for our life’s experience and how we relate to the world.
Values & Virtues features a day long exploration of the virtues of compassion, courage, reverence, dignity, and nobility. The dynamic workshops include meditations, stories from Sikh history, shabads (sacred song), theology, practical tools to apply to our lives in order to awaken that virtue and process to lead us deeper and help integrate what we’ve learned & experienced.
This is a very powerful course that is good for anybody who simply wants to improve the quality of their life through deeper understanding of themselves and the ability to respond gracefully to the challenges of the times we live in.
This course is one of the offerings of the “Seva Sadhana Program”, which provides people the opportunity to join in spiritual learning and growth as part of the “Hacienda de Guru Ram Das” community in Espanola, NM, USA. People participate for weeks or months at a time, joining in daily seva in the community garden and attending daily morning sadhana.
This particular course is being taught by Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur.
Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa began working in the Dharma in 1974 with the development of Legacy Nonprofit programs and events established by the Siri Singh Sahib (Yogi Bhajan); including the formation of IKTYA, early formation of Library of Teachings, helping to set up the Miri Piri Academy facility in India along with its values based curriculum. She has served as the Secretary General of the International Khalsa Council, the leadership advisory body for Sikh Dharma, and traveled internationally to facilitate White Tantric Yoga courses and community development. In 2004, after the Siri Singh Sahib’s passing, she became the Chief Minister of Sikh Dharma with a mission to support the love of the Shabad Guru.