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Espanola, NM August 19, 2011 Today is my 58th birthday. Honestly, the numbers are getting scary.    I started writing this soon after the Siri Singh Sahib died. Finally, I have found the inspiration to complete and I am grateful for the opportunity to share this with everyone.   I remember very clearly the first […]

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Sat Nam. It has been a really long time since I have posted here.  I hope you enjoy this post…. about discovering some "treasures" from Yogi Bhajan while cleaning out my file cabinet.   — SVK  My husband and I are in escrow for a new home, and I’m getting in gear for the move […]

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Pioneers, by definition, do not have the luxury of precedence. So in the earliest days of 3HO, the late 60’s and early 70’s of the last century, those of us who studied with YogiJi were featherless harbingers of an era and unwitting co-founders of a family that has not only grown through generations and spread […]

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Through Time & Space

It was 1999. I was working as an Interior Designer in Los Angeles. This was a new field for me and this exciting and prestigious job came as the result of a prayer. I had completed a Sahaj Path for my work and was asked to join the staff of a well-known local interior designer. […]

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[Last year Gurprasad Kaur visited Goindwal Sahib for the first time with six others: her husband Siri Shiva Singh, son Dev Amrit Singh, her brother Sat Purkha Singh, his wife Nav Jiwan Kaur, and their friends Hargobind Singh and Simran Kaur. This is her story of the steps, and the depths & heights to which […]

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Over 25 years. That’s how long it took me to put into words the story of this solstice yatra and the events that occurred along the way. Summer Solstice Yatra 1978 Our cars, packed and piled with camping gear, finally pulled away from the curb on Preuss Road. We were off!  It had been a […]

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In the luxury of hindsight I am able to appreciate unfolding and intertwining patterns of experience in my life. Each segment seems to be a prelude and preparation for the next. I am forever fascinated by the great tapestry of which we are all a part. Here’s a bit of what led up to that […]

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I step out the front door to take a walk, my second one of the day. I never walk twice but something tells me to get out and drink in the last bit of daylight. I notice how happy I feel just breathing deep and swinging my arms. The winter light fades quickly and soon […]

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Sat Nam and the Ocean

Soon after moving into the ashram in Washington, DC just over 30 years ago, I had an experience which stays with me even today, and shows me how deep the longing of the soul is for the Truth, surpassing our own limited mind’s awareness of that longing. It also shows me the peace that experiencing […]

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August 1987 A loud buzzing noise intrudes into my world, literally yanking me out of the sky, where I am flying above the clouds and into the stars, and snaps me forcefully back to earth, to my little apartment on Preuss Road across from Siri Gurbani Sadan (an ashram where several families live together), and […]

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