Karma Yoga is the act of exalting ordinary work into an experience of the Divine. Karma Yoga is an essential part of Solstice, as we each contribute through service and create our shared Solstice experience.
“Seva (karma yoga) means doing a service, a service with no return. That is how grace gets multiplied, when you are not seeking any return.”
-Yogi Bhajan, 7/20/81
All Solstice attendees participate in Karma Yoga. Sign up for your Karma Yoga area when you register on-line. Your seva is deeply appreciated by all.
From chopping vegetables to preparing the grounds to setting up the Gurdwara, your participation sets the intention and energy of manifesting a joyous and fulfilling Solstice for all through serving the Global Community. The energy of giving elevates our consciousness as we embrace the Aquarian spirit side by side with our brothers and sisters.
Karma yogis and yoginis can expect to serve 1-2 hours a day, but you can always choose to contribute more if you are so inspired.
Parents: Your Karma Yoga will be participating in the Solstice Youth Camp Co-op.
Karma Yoga Meetings 9:15 – 10:15 a.m. every day of camp, except for on White Tantric Days (meeting location chart will be available in the Registration Trailer.) Karma Yoga Meetings are obligatory in order to keep the camp running smoothly. There are no classes during this time so you won’t miss anything. Meet new friends, connect in mutual support, practice the Ether Tattva meditation, and experience the depth of what Yogi Bhajan called the highest form of spiritual practice—Karma Yoga.
More opportunities to serve can be found on our Service Exchange page.