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  • Coming Soon:
    KRI Level 2 Conscious Communication with GuruMeher Singh and Gurutej
  • Coming Soon: KRI Level I Teacher Training
     October 2014 to June 2015, Saturdays and Sundays 7:15am to 5:45pm  http://sd3ho.org/2014/08/coming-soon-kri-level-i-teacher-training/

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  • Coming Soon: KRI Level I Teacher Training

    October 18-19, 2014
    November 1-2, 2014
    November 15-16, 2014
    December 13-14, 2014
    January 10-11, 2015
    February 14-15, 2015
    March 14-15, 2015
    April 18-19, 2015
    May 16-17, 2015
    June 6-7, 2015
    Saturday and Sunday 7:15AM – 5:45 PM
    Girl Scouts Headquarters
    1231 Upas Street
    San Diego, CA 92103
    Event Information:

    The KRI Level One Aquarian Teacher Training Program is a 220-hour professional certification program in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®. An interactive course in the theory, practice, and basic skills of a Kundalini Yoga instructor, it includes 180 hours of classroom instruction and 40 hours of independent study: curriculum projects, a 40-day meditation, and White Tantric Yoga.

    Learn it. Live it. Share it.
    Enroll now in this ten weekend training. Experience this ancient science and open the way to greater freedom, clarity, and joy. Learn from teachers with more than 40 years yoga experience trained directly by Yogi Bhajan. This course fulfillsthe Yoga Alliance’s 220 hour national standard for Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).


    Apply now: a deposit of $845 secures your space.


    Meherbani Kaur, Professional Trainer, is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga teacher and trainer. She began practicing and teaching Kundalini Yoga after meeting Yogi Bhajan in 1969 while attending UCLA. Teaching from her heart, with simplicity, humor & grace, she has trained teachers in Kundalini Yoga both in the U.S. and in Mexico. She is also one of a handful of practitioners worldwide qualified to teach Yogi Bhajan’s healing art of Sat Nam Rasayan®
    Not all Kundalini Teacher Trainings are the same Meherbani is a KRI certified trainer and part of the official international training organization that promotes the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and oversees teacher training programs in 52 counties, graduating over 3000 new Kundalini Yoga teachers annually.

    For more information please go to sdkyi.org

    Contact: Email info@sdkyi.org or call Meherbani Kaur Khalsa : (619) 692-3521


  • Coming Soon:
    KRI Level 2 Conscious Communication with GuruMeher Singh and Gurutej

    January 24-25, 2015
    February 21-22, 2015
    March 21-22, 2015
    Saturday and Sunday 08:00 am – 06:00 pm
    Event Information:
    Yogi Bhajan left a treasure of previously secret teachings on the art of communication. This transformational course draws on these sacred teachings and gives you the tools and experience to create a more authentic and powerful projection of yourself by learning to communicate consciously first with yourself and then with others.
    Some of the topics we will explore are:

    • Learning to listen and respond with compassion
    • Learning to elevate and inspire others through your word
    • Learning to communicate your needs and feelings
    • Learning how to obtain harmonious and fulfilling results in your relationship with others
    • Learning to communicate from chakra to chakra
    • Learning to access that inner space where all duality disappears and divinity flows through you

    Conscious Communication is one of the five modules required for Level 2 certification as a Kundalini Yoga Practitioner.

    For more information please go to sdkyi.org

    Contact: Email info@sdkyi.org or call Meherbani Kaur Khalsa : (619) 692-3521


  • Annual Beach Party (end of August)

    All day beach party with yummy food and great friends.

    Please visit our Events page for more details on this fun event!

  • Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday August 26th

    In celebration of Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday on August 26th, a number of special events are held.

    The day begins with a special Sadhana starting at 3 am with chanting to Guru Ram Das. The sadhana ends with two and a half hours of chanting Long Ek Ong Kar followed by breakfast.

    Each year is a bit different, so please visit our Events page for more details on this year’s celebration.

  • Winter Solstice Celebration (December)

    Winter Solstice Celebration is an annual Yoga festival held in Florida at the end of December. The Winter Solstice is a week long event filled with Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and White Tantric Yoga.

    For more information on Winter Solstice visit our Events page.

On Seva and Service

The original article is found at www.3ho.org  and reposted here for our local yogis to read.  Sometimes this comes down to the most important aspect of yoga, yet so often overlooked.  It is not the action, but the cultivation of strength and perception to offer yourself to another.


“You do good to somebody, it remains good if you do it in the name of your own God. That is a seva. If you do it in the name of your own spirit, your own soul, that is seva. If you do something expecting something tomorrow, you better not do it. It’s not worth it. It’s not seva. Seva is a conscious and deliberate service to benefit another person, even at your cost. Remember, whosoever does seva it is one to a hundred, God comes through.” ~ Yogi Bhajan


Seva is an attitude as much as it is an action.Seva, defined as selfless service, is when you approach the world around you from the perspective of “what can I provide to uplift these people, this place.” Then, going to the grocery store is not about restocking your pantry but an opportunity to connect to people in your community with a smile or a joke as well as support your family and household. Every action and interaction can become seva when it is conceived and executed without thought to how it benefits you or if you will receive praise.

At other times, seva can be a focused, premeditated activity such as preparinglangar, a community meal, volunteering with an existing service organization, or even starting your own organization to fill an unmet need in the community. The concept of seva is familiar, usually central, to many faiths and cultures. And doingseva feels good!


In the seven steps to happiness outlined by Yogi Bhajan, the sixth step, Power to Sacrifice, equates to seva and leads directly to happiness

Once seva has truly become selfless, then you know you’ve made it. When your actions are without all the trappings of ego and maya, then you are in a state of yoga, a place of union. It is the culmination of all those Kundalini Yoga kriyas, the early mornings of sadhana, meditations to clean the subconscious, and the commitment to live consciously. Possessing the power to sacrifice manifests asseva, living in a space of neutrality, beyond duality.


Being able to give is also an expression of deep gratitude. Starting with our breath, each of us receives so much, every day, from the Infinite that participating in sevais a natural response rooted in gratitude. When connected to sweet presence of the divine, serving others is a way of expressing thanks and responding to the gifts we receive.

Seva allows us an opportunity to be fully compassionate, to engage with our world and community. Along with creating a space of neutrality that results in happiness, the act of seva is one of gratitude.


The power in kind words, thoughts, and compassionate responses given in the name of love is the energy of grace. In her book Invisible Acts of Power, Carolyn Myss, Ph.D., offers this “to-do” list of invisible acts of power that hundreds of people reported meant the most to them:
1. Hold a door open.
2. Smile.
3. Offer a kind word and encouragement.
4. Give a compliment.
5. Listen without interruption.
6. Make a call when your intuition tells you to.
7. Offer a prayer for a homeless person.
8. Pray – period.
9. Forgive others and yourself.
10. Prepare a meal for a friend.
11. Refrain from judging another person harshly.
12. Remember that life is full of miracles and have faith that every difficult situation can change in the blink of an eye.
13. Remember the truth that there is no such thing as a small or insignificant act of service.
14. Keep your power and attention in the present time.
15. Begin and end the day in appreciation of either doing or accepting an act of service.


As a recipient of a kind act, we often react with the thought, “Oh, I must pay this person back.” Whether it be about acknowledging the gift, evening the score, or displaying gratitude, this response tends to be centered in the ego. Instead, when you receive a gift, physical or otherwise, first bring it to your altar. Thank the Infinite, the true source of all we receive in this life, and recognize that the person who gave it to you is G.O.D. Saying a prayer or blessing for this person is a beautiful way to acknowledge his or her seva. And, of course, a big smile or thank you directly to the person is a wonderful courtesy.


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