The real story behind Russell Brand, Tej & her ex husband the "Toner Bandit" & convicted felon! I've known Tej and her ex-husband Harijiwan who Tej now teaches yoga with along with Harijiwan's new wife, for 30 years!

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 13:17 (3228 days ago) @ Gursant Singh

Many people may not know the whole story about Tej and Russell Brand. I've known Tej and her ex-husband Harijiwan who Tej now teaches yoga with along with Harijiwan's new wife, for 30 years and I believe this sleaze king, Russell Brand, is going to lead Tej into all kinds of debauchery! Read "Confessions of an American Sikh" for the details.

Yesterday, Russell Brand staged a walkout from Gurmukh Kaur's yoga studio to protest on behalf of his yoga teacher, Tej Kaur, not being treated "right".

For more explanation of why this infighting in the Yogi Bhajan yoga cult will only get worse, read about my 30 years of experience with the Mahan tantric himself, Yogi Bhajan:
Gursant Singh reveals "the man his followers refuse to see -- a womanizer and a brute." What do you think? Read "Confessions of an American Sikh" and decide.

By Scott Free - This review is from: Confessions of an American Sikh: Locked up in India, corrupt cops & my escape from a "New Age" tantric yoga cult! (Paperback)
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Book About Yogi Bhajan on the Market, January 3, 2013

Gursant Singh's recounting of his passage to India and out of a corrupt yoga empire is as enjoyable as it is compelling. This is a story of exploitation -- Gursant's victimization by his fraudulent master, Yogi Bhajan, and his own demoralizing work running scams to prop up the yogi's luxurious lifestyle. It's a quick-paced adventure that describes the ersatz Sikh lifestyle dumped on a clutch of white Americans and the peculiar dangers of the Indian bride trade.
The book revolves around Gursant's quest for a Punjabi marriage partner. His desire to acquire a subservient wife echoes Yogi Bhajan's tantric babble about men and women. If you've endured a Yogi Bhajan "teaching" on sexuality, you'll be dismayed, but not surprised, by his longtime student's view of women. Gursant's role as Bhajan's aide and bodyguard revealed the man his followers refuse to see -- a womanizer and a brute. Yogi Bhajan's round-the-clock use of a dozen female assistants is well-known. Those who question why the self-proclaimed leader of the Sikhs of the Western world required not just a personal harem but an armed security detail will find answers here. Gursant lays out his time among the sleazy operators and criminal hustlers swirling through Yogi Bhajan's Healthy Happy Holy Organization/3HO in some depth -- not enough intricacy for some of us, but doubtless far too much for the old charlatan's remaining devotees.
Fortunately, the book doesn't devolve into a personal Mea Culpa nor does it read like the diary of a starry-eyed seeker. The bizarre mishmash of Eastern aphorisms and yoga postures that Yogi Bhajan concocted made his Sikh Dharma group appealing to a small, lost tribe of the counterculture. Mercifully, Gursant was no hippie and he doesn't write like one. Yet his "Confessions of An American Sikh" makes the case for Sikh Dharma's inclusion as a footnote to '60s experimental spirituality. More importantly, this book is a fascinating look at the seamy side of the Indian marriage business and a frank exploration of life in a destructive, authoritarian group.
Gursant's tone is appealing whether he is describing the filthy interior of a lock-up in Amritsar or his posh daily luncheons with Yogi Bhajan on Rodeo Drive. His growing disillusionment with Bhajan's bogus spin on the Sikh religion comes to a climax while Gursant is trapped in India. He finds himself trying to emerge from two forms of imprisonment -- one physical and the other spiritual. Through it all, Gursant maintains his sense of humor and his innate faith.
This is an absorbing story for any reader. And it's a must-read for those caught up in Yogi Bhajan's 3HO/Sikh Dharma --ex-followers, Second Generation casualties, family members, law enforcement, cult researchers -- and for every Kundalini yoga student or Yogi Tea drinker, past or present.

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