Once a cause is deemed worthy, the true warrior will persevere against all odds. Keep your eye on the prize.
The best athlete
wants his opponent at his best.
The best general
enters the mind of his enemy.
The best businessman
serves the communal good.
The best leader
follows the will of the people.… Read the rest
The ancient Masters were profound and subtle.
Their wisdom was unfathomable.
There is no way to describe it;
all we can describe is their appearance.… Read the rest
Be reserved in your challenges to formidable forces. Against overwhelming opposition, it would be wise to assess what is needed and gather sufficient resources among your allies in order to meet the need. Then you won’t be personally crushed, and … Read the rest
Yogi Bhajan – NM360 – September 13, 2000
The Nam is the personified personality and the applied personality merged together. Meditate on the Nam, on your own identity. There is nothing more precious than that. If you fall separate … Read the rest
LA907 970311 burn the subconscious “Life is Love”
We have life and we look on to it to live but we do not know the law of life. So as individual we do not know the law of life … Read the rest
Yogi Bhajan – TCH2012 960727 – Warrior’s Exercise for Opening the Energy into the Shushmana & Balancing the Hemispheres of the Brain
Warm-ups: Sit with a straight spine, and extend your arms out to the sides, parallel to the ground. … Read the rest
There is timing in everything. Timing in strategy cannot be mastered without a great deal of practice.
Timing is important in dancing and pipe and string music, for they are in rhythm only if timing is good. Timing and rhythm … Read the rest
Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Let’s do this Meditation For Deep Intuition (SSSji Lecture M074 — 920423)
Part 1. Hold hands out forwards; elbows bent and in at the sides, Fingers are straight. Right hand, palm faces slightly up (60 deg from … Read the rest
Elbows to front, forearms perpendicular to floor and hands flat, pointed to side and parallel to the floor. Look at the tip of the nose
. . . 14 minutes
Hold the position, make an “O” mouth and chant with … Read the rest