We do not warrant the completeness nor the accuracy of the notes published here. They are meant to remind the student of the meditations performed at the conference, not to serve as a definitive description of the meditations. As the … Read the rest
Relax the arms down with the elbows bent. Raise the forearms up and in toward each other until the hands meet in front of the heart center. Interlace all the fingers and the thumbs and lock them tightly together.
Yogi Bhajan – LA093 – March 19, 1979
Sit in easy pose with a straight spine.
Raise the arms with the elbows bent until the hands meet at the level of the chest. The forearms form a straight line parallel
With the palms facing down, bend the Saturn (middle) fingers forward. Bring the Saturn fingers together so that the pads touch and point downward. The remaining fingers interlace across the backs of the hands. The thumb tips touch and … Read the rest
The First Principle of Success
Siri Singh Sahib ji
You want to know the key to success? Simple – don’t walk on others. Don’t step on others’ toes. Carry others, carry people with you, above you; God shall carry you.… Read the rest
In September, 2005, we attended a Sat Nam Rasayan retreat in Sedona with Guru Dev Singh. At sadhana, we performed a series of kriyas originally taught by Yogi Bhajan.
1. For central nerve – Jupiter & Saturn fingers point up
Sit in easy pose. Extend the forearms straight out in front of the body with the elbows bent. Raise the forearms up and in toward the chest until they are pointing up at the ceiling and close the hands into … Read the rest
When you feel superior you bore everybody with yourself—a lot of air with no purpose. All our problems—jealousy, insecurity, fears and mistrust, come from our inferiority complex. People have problems because they cannot connect up to Infinity. Society does not … Read the rest
Four holy dervishes of the second rank met together and determined that they would search the face of the whole earth for objects which would enable them to help mankind. They had studied everything they could, and had realized that … Read the rest
ONCE upon a time, not a thousand miles from here, there lived a poor old wood-cutter, who was a widower, and his little daughter. He used to go every day into the mountains to cut firewood which he brought home … Read the rest
Reprinted from a communication by Hari Jiwan Singh “Life with Yogi Bhajan”
Sat Nam Dear Family,
“When your flow of thoughts becomes complementary, not contradictory, life comes to a state of real relaxation,” the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, answered … Read the rest