Posts tagged: gurdwara

The Greatest Meditation

Excerpted from the May 16, 1976 gurdwara lecture in Los Angeles by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan My subject today is “The Greatest Meditation.” The greatest meditation is coming to the Guru. There is no meditation which can beat it. There’s no technology which can make up for it. There’s no grace which can
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Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur at Camp Miri Piri

This is a live Kirtan by Chardi Kala Jatha recorded at Camp Miri Piri 2015.  You and your family are invited to attend Camp Miri Piri to take a deep journey within to experience the identity of the Spiritual Warrior.  Visit www.campmiripiri.com for information about our next Camp Miri Piri
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Gurdwara Lecture on Guru Amar Das & Langar

Gurdwara Lecture by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan You have heard bhakti, bhakti means devotion, prayer and meditation and Shakti means power, self-control, discipline, elevation and everything in the spiritual world and the personal world is divided into bhakti and Shakti. There are different beliefs. Some people with bhakti you will get Shakti,
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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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A Dish and a Wish

After the attacks on the Golden Temple complex, the Siri Singh Sahib established a monthly 6th-of-the-month Gurdwara to honor the sacrifices offered in dedication to the Khalsa Panth.  In a Gurdwara lecture dated March 6, 1993, he explained,"So it is a privileged day today, it's the sixth, we celebrate every sixth, the day of the Akal Takhat,
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Raj Khalsa Gurdwara Youth Camp

SDI sponsored a youth camp August 5-8, 2014 at the Raj Khalsa Gurdwara in Sterling Virginia.  It was a four day camp of learning about the Guru, learning and playing Gurubani Kirtan, doing yoga and learning gatka.  The grand finale was going to the park for a game of "gatka wars" and playing kirtan as a group in
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