On August 2nd, 2017 I began my drive to Espanola, New Mexico. I was going with the intention of taking the 28 day immersion Yoga Teacher training to become a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher.
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“Son,” the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, said, “The guidelines of spirituality may vary depending upon many things, but one of the most important factors is obedience. It’s also one of the hardest concepts to surrender to.”
By SS Sangeet Kaur Khalsa, Espanola
After the tragic events of 1984 Siri Singh Sahib ji instructed us to hold a wish-and-dish Gurdwara every 6th of the month and to sing the Narayan shabd. He said that “when we’ll perfect (the shabd), Akal Takht will appear by its own force.” In those early days, when Siri Singh Sahib ji gave a command it was (relatively!) easy for me to obey and serve, without questioning.
Spirituality is not for wusses. Let me explain why. From my observation spirituality typically attracts those that the world hasn’t treated fairly. If you’re happy with what this world has granted you, why look elsewhere?
Endings are never easy. But neither are beginnings. I got myself out of bed at three in the morning today and that pressing feeling weighed on me. I am leaving the ashram today. For the past two wonderful weeks, this place has been home to me – a place of refuge. Each day has been a gift – an intertwinement of self reflection, expansion and deep interactions.
It’s always been my habit to do as I will and let the chips fall where they may. That way of thinking was satisfying for me, but insensitive to others who may become affected and don’t get any chips. It’s caused me more trouble than necessary. Our teacher, the Siri Singh Sahib, made this clear to me on too many occasions. Please let me explain.
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There are many reasons, at many levels, why we might resonate with this statement. However there is some new information that may help our yogic community with chronic inflammatory issues such as stiffness and pain, allergies, and auto immune issues connected with inflammation.
By Jivan Joti Kaur Khalsa PhD
Our beloved teacher, the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan, taught us many things. One of his favorite topics was DEATH. He taught us how to die consciously. He taught us that there was never a bad death, that it was always a blessing, and a completion of one’s karmas in life. He taught us that death was a celebration of the life lived and of the soul’s continued journey. I believed what he said because his words made sense to me and because of my love and trust in him.