Here Comes the Sun

3HO Winter Solstice Sadhana - A Dedicated Email

The Ancient Sumerians, Gnostic Christians, and many other spiritual communities share a common relationship in their understanding of the importance of Winter Solstice. At this time of year, when the days are shortest, these peoples came together to pray and celebrate the coming of the sun (or Son) for the next year, providing all with warmth, light and a bountiful harvest.

Renowned Master of Kundalini Yoga, Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, known to all as Yogi Bhajan, also recognized the transformative power of this catalytic time in the earth's calendar. For the last 40 years those seeking healing and spiritual community have come together to partake in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®, a cleansing diet, selfless service, uplifting music, as well as participation in 3 days of White Tantric Yoga®, perhaps the most powerful and life-changing meditative practice on earth. In doing so, thousands have nurtured their higher selves, bringing peace with them to share with their families during the holidays and beyond.

Join us in Lake Wales, Florida for Winter Solstice Sadhana and meet a bounty of bright and beautiful souls. You'll make connections that last a lifetime and start the next year relaxed, refreshed and remarkable.


S.S.Shiva Singh Khalsa commented on 16-Oct-2009 02:06 PM5 out of 5 stars

Sat Nam, In reading the essay on Buddha's teachings I was reminded that some things are universal. My 9 year old son was angry and frustrated that a friend had accused him of being a bully. After some time of telling the story and of speaking harshly, my son said: "Mama, The Guru's Hukam says (first an explanation, as Sikhs the Guru is the compilation of the teachings of the Sikh masters and other enlightened beings. The Hukam is the teaching one finds when reading from the Guru. So, he said, "Mama, the Guru's Hukam says if you are attached to something in your life it will lead to suffering. Anger is something you can be attached to, so I don't want to suffer. Let's make a truce with that boy." Wow, huh?

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