Hari Jiwan Singh is a real oddity when it comes to practicing yoga and Sikhism. Born before the “baby boom” generation, his journey is unique: From the hockey rink to the meditation mat; from the frat house to the ashram; from the traditions of Judaism to the discipline of Sikhism. His journey has been a testament to finding the truth in all aspects of life.
Hari Jiwan was marked. His journey began with a commitment to Kundalini yoga. It matriculated to serving his Master, Yogi Bhajan, on a daily basis in a way in which he was well prepared. Hari Jiwan states, “I was prepared to spend my life in a Himalayan cave if necessary. But, God had a different plan. I wound up serving my Master from Beverly Hills to Amritsar, India, and all stops in-between. My training and background made me much more experienced in serving a Master who was born in the 1920’s than a baby boomer from the ‘60’s. The Master bridged the gap to serve all and I was blessed to serve part of his needs. So, my unique destiny had a real purpose.”