To SikhNet & Yogi Bhajan cult: I have a license to carry a handgun but that's no reason to call the Sheriff & keep me from attending your Khalsa Camp in Yuba City

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Friday, August 09, 2013, 13:52 (1418 days ago) @ Gursant Singh

To SikhNet & Yogi Bhajan cult: I have a license to carry a handgun but that's no reason to call the Sheriff & keep me from attending your Khalsa Camp in Yuba City. http://www.sikharchives.com/?p=19380

I think SikhNet just doesn't want to answer the tough questions I was going to ask about their master, Yogi Bhajan's tantric yoga:

Fourteen Points & tough questions for Sikhs to ask SikhNet & Yogi Bhajan kundalini yoga followers at Khalsa Camp in Yuba City

Wahe Guru ji ka Khalsa || Wahe Guru ji ki Fateh ||
The following is a list of statements, all of which are
true. After you read each statement ask yourself the
question: "Who has distorted Sikhi?"

1. Yogi Bhajan taught that you had to make a
connection with a living spiritual teacher.

2. Yogi Bhajan taught that you should meditate on his
photograph.

3. Yogi Bhajan taught that the reason that Sikhs wear
turbans is to adjust the plates in your skull and thus
regulate your electro-magnetic energy.

4. Yogi Bhajan taught that the reason that Sikhs wear
Kacha is that the pressure of the Kachcha on your
thighs stimulates your liver.

5. Yogi Bhajan taught that you should have a photo of
the golden idol of Sri Chand, that is outside the
Gurdwara in Espanola, in your home.

6. Yogi Bhajan taught that chanting certain Shabads
bring certain results:

a. Mayraa Man Lochai Gur Darshan Taa-ee: This
brings prosperity, multified a thousand-fold squared.

b. The Twenty-Ninth Pauree of Jap Ji: This protects you
from your enemies by simply vaporizing those who
wish you harm.

c. The Twenty-Second Pauree of Jap Ji: This brings you
victory in legal battles.

d. The Thirteenth Pauree of Jap Ji: This gives you the
occult knowledge of infinity.

e. The Twenty-Fifth Pauree of Jap Ji: All your needs
are pre-fulfilled. Prosperity, virtue, estate, and wealth
are yours without asking.

7. Yogi Bhajan taught that Gurmukhi is a magical,
mystical language in that by chanting, reciting, or
singing, your tongue is pressing on certain pressure
points in your upper palate and thus certain glands in
your brain are stimulated to secrete hormones, resulting
in a kundalini high.

8. Yogi Bhajan taught that Anand Sahib was the
ultimate kundalini experience because for each 5
Paurees, your kundalini would pass through a
corresponding chakra. 40 Paurees divided by 5 equals
the 8 chakras. This also holds true for Jap Ji.

9. Yogi Bhajan taught that abortion was all right if it
was done before the 120th day, when the soul entered
the womb.

10. Yogi Bhajan taught that you could be liberated in
40 days if you practiced kundalini yoga.

11. Yogi Bhajan taught that he would take on all the
karma of his students and that the reason that he was so
sick was that his students had a lot of bad karma.

12. Yogi Bhajan taught he should name everyone, not
by consulting the Guru, but by using astrology and
numerology.

13. Yogi Bhajan taught that he could read auras and
even read your destiny.

14. Yogi Bhajan taught that when he died, only his
physical body would be gone. His soul would then
reside in his subtle body which would hover over his
students, while he still taught and led tantric. To his
students he would not be dead but immortal.

This is only a sample of what Yogi Bhajan taught.
After reading the above statements, again ask yourself:
"Who has distorted Sikhi?"

Dr. Trilochan Singh, a respected Sikh scholar and historian recorded Yogi Bhajan's true agenda being to induct people into his Tantric/Kundalini yoga cult way back in 1977 when he writes, " The closed door talks which lasted for about three hours can be summed up thus: (1) Yogi Bhajan was absolutely frank in what he said and I believe every word of it. I asked him Is Sikhism the core of his teachings of Tantric Yoga? Which of these two contradictory disciplines is his basic philosophy? To this question he perhaps honestly replied that Tantra (White as he calls it) is his basic faith while Sikhism is only an off-shoot of his Tantric system. The reason he gave was that he believed Sikhism has no meditation techniques. I told him that Sikhism has more specific, fruitful, and spiritually exalting techniques of meditation, but his misfortune is that he has never studied Siri Guru Granth Sahib, and never cared to live according to Sikh Discipline." http://gurmukhyoga.com/forum/index.php?id=1

Hear the complete audio reading of Dr. Trilochan Singh's classic book: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ySYyuWi0Z0

If Yogi Bhajan followers really would analyze the odds, traditional Sikhi offers the best "bet" here in my humble opinion. If you ask me, Bhajanists are taking a huge risk & gamble betting their lives into infinity on a horse like YB that has a poor track record to say the least.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ySYyuWi0Z0


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