Register Today for a Virtual Workshop on the Concept of Miri Piri!

On May 14, 2022, via Zoom, S.S. Sukhdev Kaur Khalsa will present a workshop on how we can apply Guru Hargobind ji’s concept of “Miri Piri” to our contemporary lives!

In the midst of a world divided in duality, we face the challenge of applying the teachings of our Sikh Gurus in our everyday lives. The concept of Miri and Piri is one powerful example of living by our Spiritual, high values in the reality of our everyday lives. In other words, in this world, but not of this world. In this workshop, Sukhdev Kaur will explore the polarity and how we often turn it into duality, and how can we embrace the paradox of Miri Piri within our lives to walk the path of the Khalsa in fearlessness, devotion and humility.

Title: In Reality with Royalty: Miri Piri Applied to Our Contemporary Lives

Date: Saturday, May 14, 2022

Time: 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. EDT

Cost: Workshop is by donation –  click here to make a donation to SDI Dasvandh

*You can visit World Time Buddy to find what time the course will be in your local time zone.  Find Your Time Zone Here

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ON ZOOM


About SS Sukhdev Kaur Khalsa

Born and raised in Mexico, Sukhdev moved to Estonia in Eastern Europe at an early age to share the Teachings of Kundalini yoga and Sikh Dharma. As an architect and urbanist, Sukhdev Kaur worked for over 7 years as professor of Architecture and coordinator of Urban Studies MA program at the Estonian Academy of Arts before deciding to stay home to raise her children. Sukhdev Kaur is a Sikh Dharma Minister, Kundalini yoga L1, L2 and 21 stages Lead trainer, Birth and Postpartum Doula, Pregnancy yoga trainer, coordinator of the Gurdwara at the European Yoga Festival in France and a member of the Sikh Dharma Education International board. She is happily married and together with her husband raising her two homeschooled boys, ages 10 and 6. With the building mastery of her husband and a growing community of dedicated souls, the Guru Ram Das Institute & Ashram in Estonia has been growing since 2012, a sustainable community in Estonia where the Sangat meets regularly for events, seva and trainings. At the ashram, an educational children’s program is being formed under Sikh Dharma values, democratic and forest education.

Click Here to Visit the Website of the Guru Ram Das Ashram in Rajamaa, Estonia

Photo Credit for Photo in Graphic: S.S. Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa


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