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Guru Nanak

Father of Naam Yoga Beginning with Guru Nanak, a lineage of great prophets appeared in India and became known as the Sikh Gurus. Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was of contemplative temperament as a child, little interested in worldly matters. As a young man, he disappeared into a river for three days. When he reappeared, radiant, he proclaimed the universality of God, beyond sectarian divisions.Leaving his family behind and taking a Muslim musician with him, Guru Nanak undertook long journeys to preach the oneness of God and the fruitlessness of empty religious rituals. He engaged many Hindu and Muslim authorities in dialogue, composing hymns about inner versus outer ways of religion. He preached and lived according to a practical path to God: work hard to earn your own living, share with those in need from your earnings, and always remember God as the only Doer, the only Giver. He encouraged people to remember God by continually reciting Nam, the Name of God. Indian society of the time observed many social and religious distinctions between people, but Guru Nanak introduced the ideal of a new social order of equality, justice, and service to all. He sang of the one formless God whose Light is within everyone. Guru Nanak praised God, rather than himself, but many miracles have been attributed to his spiritual power and gurdwaras (Sikh temples) have been built at places where these miracles were said to have...
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Baba Varsa Singh Ji

Lineage of Naam Baba Ji and His Work Baba Virsa Singh Ji is a holy person of Biblical proportions whose powerful spirituality was first recognized when he was a child. His family lived in a mud-brick village in Punjab, Sarawan Bodla, and he helped on the farm until one day he experienced great anguish over cutting the stalk of a forage crop and seeing the sap pour out. He felt that he had committed a great sin and prayed that he would be released from that duty. At once, sores appeared on the soles of his feet, so painful that he could not work. From that time, he began meditating day and night under a tree, calling out to the Formless God whom he could not see. At last, an awesome figure appeared to him and began instructing him in strict meditation and in service to humanity. This was Baba Siri Chand, renunciate elder son of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru. Guru Gobind Singh, the great Tenth Sikh Guru, also began instructing young Virsa Singh in vision. When the boy began healing intractable diseases, bringing the dead back to life, and transforming people’s lives, villagers recognized that great spiritual powers were developing within him. They began to gather around him, and all have stories of the miracles that happened daily among his followers. Obeying the command of God, Babaji moved from place to place, reminding people of the eternal truths of religion, beyond any sectarian divisions. In 1968, he took some dry, thorny, rocky land south of Delhi and began to develop it into what is now Gobind Sadan (“The House of God”), a paradise of peaceful gardens, treelined paths, round-the-clock devotional centers, and a free community kitchen for people of all faiths and all social levels. He developed farms elsewhere as well, including the huge model farm known as Shiv Sadan, reclaimed from a dangerous flood-prone wasteland on the banks of Ganges. People of all faiths and many countries come to Babaji at Gobind Sadan for his blessings and guidance, for practical spiritual training, for devotional worship, and for seva (voluntary service). Those working on the farms do strenuous manual labor from dawn to dusk, raising lushly productive crops with yields far exceeding those in surrounding areas. The sevadars do not tire; they say they feel invigorated and blessed by the work. As they work, Babaji encourages...
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Meditation for Others

    Learn to meditate joyfully with this beautiful ancient prayer, wishing everyone is happy, healthy and prosperous. The language of this mantra is Gurmukhi. In Naam Yoga, we work with sacred words and invocations that have been used throughout the ages to invite light and healing into our lives, regardless of language, culture, religion or country of origin. “Om Sarve” is a great meditation to do for the well-being of others, and will infuse your own surroundings with blessings and light. ¬†For an 11-Mintue Meditation Video, CLICK HERE! “OM SARVE” VIDEO Om Sarve Bhavantu Sukhina Sarve Santu Nirvaa Maya Sarve Bhadraani Pash Vantu Ma Kaschid Dukh Bhag Bhavet Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om Shanti Shanti...
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Harmonyum

Harmonyum, $150 First session includes complimentary 30-minute breath-work and meditation session for your personal practice at home. A transcendental healing system that is not of this world. Brought to us by the luminous beings, it is a healing system that was divinely channeled through Dr. Levry, and is said to be the healing system given to us for these times. It is beyond anyone’s personal belief system. Harmonyum allows you to see the destructive patterns in yourself so you can step out of your comfort zone and into a new way of being. Harmonyum helps your brain form new pathways, creating healthier patterns in your thoughts, feelings and behaviors. You become more attracted to people, situations and surroundings that are of a higher vibration. You learn to see the difference between high frequency and low frequency situations, people and circumstances. You attract more blessings and positivity into your life because of the shifts that take place inside of you. Harmonyum is good at any age, and any stage of...
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