Winter Solstice was a blast!

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Just finished up a week at Kundalini Yoga camp in Florida for the 3HO winter solstice sadhana celebration. Super high vibes, great food, awesome music and incredible peeps! I felt super blessed to sing play guitar during the week at classes, in the Gurdwara, and at the final morning’s sadhana. Links to the highlights:

Kundalini Yoga Class with Haridass Kaur on Tuesday morning

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Monday morning’s special Holiday Sadhana

00:00 Japji (Sikh morning prayer)
18:30 Kundalini Yoga Class with Prabhu Singh
1:11:11 Aquarian Sadhana Chants Japa Kaur (guitar, vocals), Saibung Singh Khalsa (bass), Siri Kartar Singh (banjo), Anupam Singh (tabla) , Bhajan Kaur & Haridass Kaur (vocals)
2:18:50 Hukam from the Golden Temple
2:20:50 Bonus holiday cheer in honor of Harbajan Kaur

Ransabai – the all night kirtan in the Gurdwara on Saturday night
1:05:30 Japa Kaur (guitar, vocals), Saibung Singh Khalsa (bass), Siri Kartar Singh (banjo), Anupam Singh (tabla)

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Camp Skits on Sunday night
57:42 Skit by the Tent Setup Crew

 

Hope to see you at Summer Solstice in New Mexico!

Join the 3HO Kundalini Family at the largest yoga event in the world – on Ram Das Puri in Espanola, New Mexico, from June 13th – 22nd. This is one of the most treasured times of year for me – a family gathering of saints from around the world. What an experience!

I look forward to singing, praying, meditating and enjoying mung beans and rice in the company of the holy. Join us for this awesome event as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the organization that Yogi Bhajan founded, 3HO – so that we may be happy, healthy and holy. Thank you, Yogiji, for sharing this technology with us.

Hope to see you there!

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Release of a New Single

Adi Shakti
In the style of the Kundalini Yoga/Sikh tradition, Japa Kaur presents a recording of one of her favorite chants, the “Adi Shakti” mantra, which honors the divine feminine. Did you know that “Japa” means to chant the name of God? Well, here she is, doing just that! Japa also performed the tracks for guitar, bass, and clarinet on this recording.

 

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