response to Guruterath Singh's email by Gurujodha Singh

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 10:50 (4222 days ago) @ Gursant Singh

Please read an Excerpt below taken from

"Sikhism and Tantric Yoga"
by Dr. Trilochan Singh (Link to entire book)

The Name of Golden Temple and its Murals

"Yogi Bhajan is using the sacred Sikh mantras and the sacred name of Guru Ram Das as a mantle for his Tantric Sex Yoga which will inevitably lead to mental and physical debauchery of those who take his brand of Sikhism contaminated by crazy sex-energizing asanas seriously."
I would agree that since the new SDI/SDS were illegitimately inserted as SDI
members by UI they are not, were not, and never will be relevant or legitimate.

If you are speaking of the international body of Sikh Dharma Ministers
established by SSS, then I would ask regarding your statement concerning the
“relevance” of SDI, relevant to whom or to what? If SDI is not relevant to
you, then perhaps you should say that or further define the context so we can
agree or disagree with your statement.

Looking at photos of MPA students at the Golden Temple, seeing photos of Sikhs
from Chile, South America and other parts of the world serving in Chile along
side yoga students and Sat Nam Rasayan practitioners after the earthquake,
being at LA Baisakhi, watching an eight year old recite Ardas at children's
camp or attending a Gurdwara in the Espanola, N.M. Gurdwara and then turning
on CNN to watch the latest regional war, terrorist attack, or natural disaster
is confirmation for me at least, that a viable and functional International
body of Sikh Dharma Ministers who have maintained their status, identity,
values, psyche and nervous systems as SD ministers is very relevant as we move
into the Aquarian age. Such a body is not only relevant, it is in my opinion,
an essential part of delivering the sacred technology with which we have been
entrusted.

GTS-“Indeed, if this were to happen, the local sangats, 3HO, KRI, WTY, SDEI
and
Sikhnet will continue to do their work and serve humanity. “

I believe there are a variety of potential outcomes. I believe it is equally
valid to assert that since each of the above named entities was conceived,
designed, and nurtured by SSS and built on the same vibratory frequency and
value based foundation any significant departure from that foundation may
weaken or destroy the entire structure and the ability of these non-profits to
individually and collectively fulfill their mission and deliver the teachings
with integrity.

GTS-“These times call for extraordinary, conscious leadership. WIll we meet
the
test?”

I agree that "these times call for extraordinary, conscious leadership”. I
think we and others will be repeating that phrase long after most of us leave
the planet. However, before we can answer the question: “Will we meet the
test?” we need to define the test.

To me the test of extraordinary conscious leadership is and has been on-going.
Our teacher met the test and trained us to meet the test. Each time we recite
Ardas we refresh our recollection about others known and unknown who met the
test- and now it is our turn.

The test is met in my opinion each time, regardless of circumstantial
challenge, we as Sikh Dharma Ministers and the Body of the Khalsa, lead and
administrate this Dharma, manage its for-profit and non-profit entities,
manage its properties and resources in a manner that preserves and protects
the sanctity of the teachings, nurtures and grows the entities and the
resources with which we have been entrusted for the benefit of future
generations, in a way that is consistent with our identity as Khalsa,
consistent with our status and vows as Sikh Dharma Ministers, and in alignment
with our status as devotees of Siri Guru Granth Sahib and students of the SSS.

Each time we deviate from this standard we do not meet the test.

S.S. Gurujodha S. Khalsa


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