It was the winter of 2003, a year and a half before Kundalini Yoga Master, Yogi Bhajan, would leave his body. Yogi Bhajan also held the title of Siri Singh Sahib, Chief Religious and Administrative Authority for Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere. In the last years before he transitioned from the earth, Yogi Bhajan lived in his geodesic dome on his ranch in Espanola, New Mexico. He was basically bed ridden. A kidney transplant in 2002 extended his life, but he never walked on his own again after the operation. During that time, besides his family and key staff, it was difficult for people to make appointments and see him. Yet it was during this phase of his life that I had the tremendous blessing of working with him on an English translation of Guru Nanak’s Japji Sahib, the Song of the Soul.
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There are four levels of the blue ethers before one experiences absolute and perfect Union…
If your mind is tamasic, you will act stupid, angry, dull and confused.
There is no way to master one’s mind without understanding the gunas.
We are creatures of an Infinite and Loving Consciousness. And there is a Divine purpose to our lives.
How much different would the world look if every daughter had the chance to just discover her Self…
In the last couple generations, we have begun to see what it looks like for women to live with economic dignity and self-determination.
Yet the actions happening on that one block in New York City seem to be rippling across the universe.
Deliverance is not a small thing.
Infinity is part of being human.