Sacred Words of the Master

“…But those who will believe that I
am dead, I shall be dead for them.
And those who shall believe that I live,
I shall live a hundred times more powerfully, stronger in them than they have ever experienced. With these words I would like to tell you that we have an everlasting, loving, beautiful relationship, here, hereafter, unto infinity, and even beyond that. Believe me. Even if you can’t believe it, it is true”.

Yogi Bhajan

“Come here as students. Leave your egos outside the door, hang it with your flirting mind and your theory of gain and loss. Come to me with your heart and your head at the palm of your hand. You shall learn so fast that you can’t believe it.”

Yogi Bhajan

Connecting with the Master

“Brahm GianiSadh Jive Nahee Marta”: “A realised sage never dies, he becomes infinity itself”.

A realised master can be accessed through his Subtle Body and his Radiant Body. The teachings of the master ARE the radiant body of the master: those who live in the teachings dwell in the Master’s radiant body.

Living in the teachings does not mean just practising physical kriyas or meditations. It means to dwell in a state of infinite love, devotion and gratitude towards the master. It means to hold a mental space where you are constantly in remembrance of him. It means to exist in surrender to the master’s lotus feet, feeling his presence in your heart, in your breath and in your essence.

From the ancient yogic perspective there are many types of avtaars. Among these one is known as “Nitya Avtaar”. These are the most compassionate avtaars:purely and entirelyfor the sake of humanity, they come again and again to guide seekers to their inner truth.

Siri Guru Granth refers to them as “JanamMaranDoho Meh Nahee, Jan ParupkariAeey”: Beyond birth and death they exist, but because of their compassionate nature they come again and again to uplift humanity.

This is a humble attempt to share some words on this great sage, Yogi Bhajan. He completed his mission to bring Dharma from the east, in order to fulfill the prophecy of Guru Gobind Singh: “Khalsa will rise from the West”.

Let’s Start Our Journey

“Come in.
The Beloved is here.
We are all drunk.
No one notices who enters or leaves.
Don’t sit outside the door in the dark, wondering.
Come in…..” Rumi

Panth Rattan Sri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Bhai Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi Ji who is also known as “Yogi Bhajan”, was born on 26 August 1929 as an Indian prince. He took birth in a place called KotHarkarn in Punjab, now a part of Pakistan.

He was declared the master of Kundalini at the age of 16 and half, by his master, SantHazara Singh Ji. Yogi Bhajan studied Comparative Religion and Vedic philosophy in his undergraduate years, going on to receive his Masters’ in Economics (Hons.) from Punjab University. Years later, he earned his Ph.D. in Communications Psychology from the University of Humanistic Studies in San Francisco.

In 1971, Akal Takhat honored him with the title of Siri Singh Sahib. In 1974, he was honored with another title:“Bhai Sahib” and in 1999, he was declared as the “PanthRatan”, which means “the jewel of the nation”.

Yogi Bhajan gave his first lecture at a Los Angeles high school gym on January 5, 1969. Not a single person showed up that evening,so he proceeded to speak to the empty hall.

Until YogiJi came to the West in 1969, Kundalini Yoga had never been taught publicly anywhere. It was said that that anyone who dared to teach Kundalini Yoga openly would not live to see his next birthday. Yogi Ji, broke the ancient tradition of secrecy and for the first time made these teachings available to all.

Yogi Bhajan defied this because he saw that thousands of young people were dying: using drugs in their quest for higher consciousness. He offered an alternative to the drug culture. He knew Kundalini Yoga would give seekers a real experience of “the Divine within”, and help heal their mental and emotional problems — as well as their drug-damaged physical bodies.

Yogi Bhajan devoted his life to the democratization of spirituality, teaching whomever is ready to listen and willing to practice. He teaches that “It is the Birthright of every Human Being to be Healthy, Happy and Holy.” His teachings are for householders, the common man and woman who have families, earn a living and have relationships. The lifestyle includes a vegetarian diet and early morning practice of Kundalini yoga and meditation.

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