Yogi-Amandeep-Singh

Our Lineage

Adi Guru, Siri Guru Nanak Dev is the founder of this tradition, the very personification of totality.

For 22 years, he flowed throughout the known and the unknown worlds, breaking the false walls of division and separateness like a mighty river of Oneness, IkOngkaar
During his visit to the roof of the world, in Tibet, the land of Lamas, they saw him as the reincarnation of Guru Padmasambhava and referred to him as “Lama Nanak” and “Badra Guru”, the precious master. The Sufis of the Persian desert addressed him as “Pir Nanak” and “Wali Nanak”.

The Vedic masters saw the flow of the Vedas in his words and declared him as “Avtari Nanak” and “Baba Nanak”. In the Land of Lau Tzu, China, where he sat and shared the teachings of Oneness, they named the city “Nanking”in his honor. The Taoist Sages bowed at his feet and proclaimed him as “Bhusa Nanak”.

When he climbed the Himalayan Mountains to meditate with the Yogis and Siddhas, they recognized him as the incarnation of the Great Spirit, a man of Oneness, whom their ancient Puranas had predicted would take birth to unite Humanity. In gratitude for his wisdom, they called him “Yogi Nanak” and “Avdoot Nanak”, the immaculate master.

He was followed by 9 other masters and finally the light was transmitted onto Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the Guru in the form of Sound Current, the very living embodiment of Divinity.

Siri Guru Nanak Dev
Siri Guru AngadDev
Siri Guru Amar Das
Siri Guru Ram Das
Siri Guru Arjun Dev
Siri Guru HarGobind
Siri Guru HarRai
Siri Guru HarKrishan
Siri Guru TeghBhadur
Siri Guru Gobind Singh
Siri Guru Granth Sahib

With time the Gurus also established a number of Sampardhas (Oral Traditions), so that the flame of the oral teachingscould be handed down from teacher to student. Among them,those to which we are connected arethe UdasiSampardha and NirmalSampardha.

The UdasiSampardha was established by Siri Guru Nanak Devand later transmittedto Baba Siri Chand, his eldest son.

The NirmalSampardhawas established by Siri Guru Gobind Singh when he sent fiveof his disciples to Kashi, which was then the main centre of learning. These disciples were sent to study Vedanta, KhatDarshan, Yogic Science and other branches of the vast eastern spirituality.

Baba Nand Singh

Baba Ishar Singh

Baba Sri Ram Singh

Baba Jwala Singh

Baba Bankhandi Sahib

Baba Guriya

NirbanSantokh Das

Baba Hazara Singh

NirbanSantokh Das

Yogi Bhajan

More recently, Panth Rattan Siri Singh Sahib, Bhai Sahib Bhai Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, Yogi Ji (Yogi Bhajan) was also one of theholders of this flame and for the first time brought these precious teachings to the west.

Walking in the footsteps of his beloved master, Yogi Bhajan, Yogi Amandeep Singh has also had the privilege to study directly within these traditions.
While still in University, he received a letter directly from Yogi Bhajan, in which he was instructed to learn the teachings of the Gurus and then share them with seekers.

The teachings

which flow through

Yogi Amandeep Singh

are aligned with

those of the beloved

master, Siri Singh Sahib,

Yogi Bhajan

and are from

the mother traditions

of the Udasi and

NirmalaSampardha.

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