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The connection between Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma
According to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, also known as the Siri Singh Sahib of Sikh Dharma, the connection between yoga and the Shabad Guru goes all the way back to the life of Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak liberated knowledge for the common people, and yoga was no exception. Yet at the same time, he introduced a profound technology of sound to help a person awaken. We call this the Shabad Guru. In this session, Ek Ong Kaar Kaur and Dev Suroop discuss the inextricable connection between these two paths. Ek Ong Kaar brings forward both an historical context and also a vision for the future when we apply the techonology of Shabad Guru.
A Leadership Conference on Peace will be held Saturday, February 16, 2013 2:30pm to 5:00pm at The Church of the Living God at 14 East 45th Street in Chicago. It will feature leaders from various faiths - Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Islam - to share their perspectives on how to promote peace, harmony and understanding among the human family, and specifically in our own communities. A leader of the Sikh community discusses how his members learn how to conquer hate with love.
The Center of Light Radio Show with host Keith Anthony Blanchard
Show Topic: "Empower Your Essence"
For over 40 years, Gurutej Khalsa has been teaching how to connect to higher consciousness through yoga, chanting, meditation and healing. In 1972, Gurutej co-founded 3HO Canada, built and oversaw communities, yoga centers and businesses all over the country.
She has 4 instructional yoga videos. Two of them, on chakra yoga and awakening intuition for women are listed among the Top Ten Yoga Videos of All Time. Her BOOKS, ‘A Slice of the Beloved,’ ‘The Moon She Rocks You,’ and ‘The 13th Month,’ as well as her courses on the Moon Centers and personal success are all transformative and supportive. Gurutej lives the meaning of her Sikh name, which means ‘the one who brings you from darkness into light at the speed of light.’
More on Gurutej: http://gurutej.com
More on Keith: www.keithanthonyblanchard.com
This episode of Awake and Aware Radio will go into the many interesting descrepancies and "coincidences" surrounding the James Holmes Batman shooting, what his father was about to expose regarding the global economic scam, as well as touch on the Sikh shooting. This will also go into how this posible mind control and/or false flag shootings will be used as an agenda to take away gun rights, for the longer-term agenda in not only the United States, but the global fascist agenda.
Sunday, September 7, 9:00 am MST (Time Zone Converter)
Special Guest Sada Sat Simran Singh of the Chardikala Jatha. We will discuss Raag Kirtan from his experience and perspective as a highly accomplished musician who plays traditional, classical Sikh kirtan internationally...and often. He and the Chardi Kala Jatha are specifically honored to play at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
Raag is the classical form of music of India. North Indian Classical Music is based off of a system of scales or modes which have certain rules to their movement, the mood they inspire, the time of day that they are sung, and vocal techniques used.
We will talk about the experience and transformative power of listening to and playing Raag Kirtan. In Kundalini Yoga, we chant mantras in monotone, simple melodies, and sometimes quite complex melodies, but seldom in raag. From Sada Sat Simran Singh’s perspective and training, what is it about raag that takes the experience deeper? What is it about raag kirtan that ‘grabs’ him and compels him to devote so much of his life to it?
Hosted by: Matt G and Doc Savage
In a horrifying twist of fate, we find ourselves, yet again, discussing a mass shooting, here in the US. This time, it happened during Sunday Services at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek Wisconsin.
This week, we bring together our panel to discuss this tragedy and see if we can't find some way to try and keep these kinds of things from happening. Returning are Dan Pettegrew from Family Arts Center, Pastor Elizabeth Dowdy from Lion of Judah Worship Center, Shawn Z Williams from Love All Humans and Keith Armonaitis from the April 23rd show. We've reached out to others and, of course, invite you to join the conversation, either on the phone or in the chat room.
If you'd like to be on the panel, email us.
Join us for an in depth discussion of Yogi Bhajan's teachings on prosperity with GuruKirin Kaur, CPA; and her advice for budgeting and financial management
At least seven people have been killed and twenty injured as a gunman took over a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Among the dead is the gunman, who the police believe was the sole assailant.
Four of those shot died inside the temple, while the three others (two victims and a gunman) were killed outside the building.
Police say they do not believe there is a second gunman at the temple, despite previous reports speculating about possible additional assailants. Greenfield Police Chief Bradley Wentlandt explained that reports of multiple gunmen may be based on several police radio calls about a gunman.
12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived
The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served overseas in the Indian army – and 75,000 died. By autumn 1914, Indians were on the western front.
It was a curious sight to all of us, French or English, the day when the Indians arrived in a dreary little town of Northern France … Suddenly the Indian Lancers appeared, and the pavement on both sides of the street was at once filled by a crowd of soldiers and civilians watching the procession, as a London crowd will do in Whitehall on the day of the opening of Parliament. In fact, those Indians looked all like kings. The Lancers sat proudly in their saddles, with their heads upright under the Oriental crowns; then came a regiment of Sikhs, walking at a brisk pace, all big and strong men, with curled beards and the wide 'pagri' round the ears; the Pathans followed, carrying on their heads that queer pointed bonnet, the 'kullah,' which reminds one of the warriors seen on old Persian tapestries – a more slender type of men, but equally determined, and with faces at the same time smiling and resolute.
… The day after, we heard that during the night one of the Sikh regiment had had to recapture the trench, which the Germans had taken by surprise, and that their bayonet charge was so tremendous that the enemy did not dare counter-attack. Almost immediately after that feat an order came not to allow the Indians uselessly to expose their lives by walking out of the trenches. The fact was that, in order to show their contempt for death, some Sikhs had refused to hide themselves in the trenches and had immediately drawn a fierce fire on their regiment. Fortunately, they did not insist on playing that sort of game; otherwise the Indian Army Corps would have disappeared.
Snatam Kaur Khalsa (Punjabi: ????? ??? ??????, born 1972 in Trinidad, Colorado), is an American singer and songwriter. Kaur performs Indian devotional music, kirtan, and tours the world as a peace activist. The name "Kaur", meaning "princess", is shared by all female Sikhs.
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