If you cannot see God in all, you cannot see God at all.
Yogi Bhajan is the chief religious and administrative authority for the Ministry of Sikh Dharma in the Western Hemisphere. Yogi Bhajan has been given the Ministerial title of “Siri Singh Sahib” by the central governing body of the Sikh religion, the Akal Takhat, in recognition for his unceasing missionary work in the western world.
He is an individual of remarkable insight, powerful energy and an unwavering commitment to global healing and spiritual awareness.
Yogi Bhajan is a Master of Kundalini Yoga, the Yoga of Awareness, and a dedicated and inspired teacher. Since arriving in the United States in 1969, he has dedicated himself to bring meaning, dignity and a reconnection of Spirit into the lives of people everywhere, especially those people who have become lost and confused through the use of drugs.
As he has worked diligently to spread the science and practice of Kundalini Yoga throughout the Western Hemisphere and beyond, Yogi Bhajan has become widely recognized as a world leader and champion of world peace and healing.
Since ancient times,
humans have found that they have
zillions of thoughts,
billions of feelings,
millions of emotions,
thousands of desires,
hundreds of fantasies,
And a multitude of realities
We do everything to get rid of this pressure,
because it is eating us up inside.
We try every method available,
but, ultimately, our mind and thoughts
rule us and bog us down.
We have the Birthright to be
Beautiful, Bountiful and Blissful.
Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D., is also a gifted Doctor of Psychology, counselor and yogic therapist. The counseling methodology called “The Science of Humanology,” helps people realize there inner strength and well being by giving them practical tools to utilize with an every day lifestyle.
Kundalini Yoga combines breathing, movement, meditation, stretching, relaxation, the science of sequence, and rhythm and sound, to work on every aspect of your body, mind, and being. No previous experience in yoga or related disciplines is required for you to begin to achieve undeniable benefits almost immediately.
Kundalini Yoga is not your typical pantheon of pretty poses. The discipline is an active one, with emphasis on results. Accordingly, it deals a body/mind/spirit plan for the 90’s and beyond.
Consider making this technology an intrinsic part of your life. In a very short time, it will be hard to imagine how you ever got along without it!
As you practice Kundalini Yoga over time, certain physiological prerequisites are met for total health and to facilitate your transformation. These include a balanced glandular system, strong nervous system, expanded lung capacity, and the eradication of emotional blocks that manifest as holding patterns in the musculature.
The process we promulgate is graceful and gradual. We’re not looking for inner fireworks or “miracles”. To those of us who’ve practiced and prospered though this work, the greatest miracle of all, in retrospect, was being given the opportunity to walk a path with heart such as this.
When you take this system to heart, your life becomes consecrated to the process of expansion and growth. You will literally come to feel you’ve awakened from a bad dream and that a beautiful day is beckoning. Your most powerful aspect, once dormant as a desiccated seed, will blossom in the light of air of awareness, your creative potential will be realized, and you will live in the effulgence of an experience no words can encompass.
There are many kinds of yoga, each of which is suited to a temperament and level of development. All of these systems have much to offer and will probably serve to enhance your experience of Kundalini Yoga.
For our purposes, let’s equate the word yoga with balance. Balance is intrinsic to everything. Kundalini Yoga will help you maintain your balance in life and compensate for all the stressful influences which constantly threaten to upset your equilibrium.
Through this work, we want to participate full in life from the perspective of our inner life. We want to build our awareness to encompass here and hereafter and dance across the tightrope of time.
Some say that Kundalini Yoga is called the “Mother of All Yoga’s” because it is the original system present-day systems owe their ancestry.
According to the Yogic paradigm, mankind has devolved from a time of Great Enlightenment (The Golden Age) when Kundalini Yoga was openly taught and practiced, to present history called Kali Yug (The Dark Age) when technologies such as Kundalini Yoga are no longer widely understood or practiced.
Throughout the cathartic upheavals of the past 4,000 years, Teachers of Truth have consistently appeared in times of greatest need and shared the technology of Spirit unqualifiedly.
The Universal Knowledge shared by these exalted Teachers has been called Sanatan Dharma (the Eternal Way). One great Saint who has been seen in the context of this tradition was Guru Nanak (b.1469) who, although having become acquainted with many ascetic practices, felt that Yoga should enhance one’s life in the human community and that the relationship between an individual and the Infinite is a birthright and needs no intermediary.
It was in the tradition and spirit of sharing shown by Guru Nanak and through Guru Ram Das (fourth in the lineage of ten Gurus and “King of the Yogis”), that Yogi Bhajan came to the United States in 1969 to teach Kundalini Yoga to all. Kundalini Yoga is an important tool as humanity gains momentum and begins to come full circle in its evolution towards collective Higher Consciousness.