Video: Dialogs in Dharma – Sikhs and Depression in the Time of COVID

Pritpal Singh hosted the first “Dialogs in Dharma” program on November 11, part of the “Dharma Dive Live” series happening every Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST on Facebook Live and YouTube Live . The topic for Episode 1 was Sikhs and Depression in the Time of COVID, with a panel discussion with distinguished Sikh mental health professionals discussing faith-based remedies for anxiety and depression caused during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

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About Pritpal Singh – SDI Director of Dharmic Education

S.S. Pritpal Singh Khalsa has been a Sikh and a student of the Siri Singh Sahib/Yogi Bhajan since 1972. He has studied Gurbani Kirtan and leads kirtan in communities around the world, having released several recordings of kirtan and mantras. Pritpal Singh is also a KRI-certified Lead Teacher Trainer of Kundalini Yoga and is involved in several Level 1 and Level 2 trainings around the world each year. He is also a Yogic Life Coach and presents workshops on topics such as Meditating on Purpose, Conscious Relationships, Sacred Sound, Emotional Competency and Accessing the Divine Masculine.

Pritpal Singh is focused on the development of programs that uplift people with the virtues and values of Sikh Dharma – through education, networking, seva and community building. Pritpal believes that it is essential to listen deeply to what is needed, envision through cooperation and creativity, and then lead with a strong sense of collaboration and teamwork to deliver positive world-wide impact.

 


“Dialogs in Dharma” with Pritpal Singh – Live on Facebook and YouTube one Wednesday a Month at 3 p.m. (EST) 

This is a new series where there will be a different guest or guests invited to discuss current events in our Sikh Dharma community and to discuss points within Sikhi that are difficult to understand or apply in these times.


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