This true self sits within the opening of your heart.
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Seva is service. There are so many stories of people in history who have done incredible acts of service. But how do we incorporate service into our lives? There seems to be no room with work, cooking, house cleaning, and the countless activities of a modern day householder. I have pondered this question often and felt frustrated with a lack of service in our day to day lives. Over the past couple of years, my husband and I have effectively integrated Seva into our lives and I would like to share a few concepts that have helped us along the way.
“Yogi Bhajan, beautiful teacher! This is for you.”
Take a moment, stop, breathe, meditate, and find God’s Name in your breath.
Today Snatam Kaur shares a poem she wrote while touring from Omega Institute to Sat Nam Fest.
Today in my blog is a poem that I wrote for my daughter.
So how do we move forward?
Snatam Kaur requested that we share these tracks to offer a tool for prayer and healing in the aftermath of the shootings in the Oak Creek Gurudwara in Wisconsin.
Let us bounce around in the imperfection of our soul bodies dancing in their pure light way on this dense earth plane.
I have been listening to, or reciting Kirtan Sohila my whole life.