by Sat Siri Singh In the spirit of Tisarpanth’s article “The Warrior who was Nanak”, I was inspired to write the following comment. You do not necessarily have to read the article first to make sense of the comment, but you can, of course, by following this link: https://tisarpanthdotcom.wordpress.com/2016/02/09/the-warrior-who-was-nanak/. However, the day after I posted […]

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The Guru Ram Das Project in London and AKYTTSA Kundalini Africa Rising in South Africa, funded by Yogi Tea, would like to introduce you to a Seva Project for April 2018 led by Raghurai Singh (GRDP, London) Raghurai Singh began teaching Kundalini Yoga to people living with HIV+ diagnosis and their relatives and friends in 2003 […]

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Extracts from Jot Singh Khalsa’s book: “The Essential Element” Defining Sadhana: The word Sadhana means a daily practice of connecting with the Infinite. In Kundalini Yoga, Sadhana often refers to the Aquarian Sadhana, which Yogi Bhajan introduced in 1992. The Aquarian Sadhana is a 2.5 hour practice of yoga, chanting and meditation [whereas] Sadhana will […]

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