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Yogic Living: Spiritual Activism - Engage & Uplift

Engage & Uplift!

When we have a deep and grounded spiritual vision with a drive for political, economic, and social change, we have the power of infinite love in action. Our actions become rooted in divine truth, wisdom and compassion, and this is a powerful force for healing humanity and the planet.

As we move beyond our emotions through the powerful practices we share and through our connection to one another, individually we can make a difference, and together we can move mountains. Let us stand together to:

  • Protect Mother Earth and her life-giving air, land, water, and creatures
  • Honor the dignity, divinity, and grace of woman
  • Respect and welcome diversity of race, religion, and ethnicity
  • Protect the right of each human being to live a healthy, happy, and holy life

"To ‘fight for peace’ is the paradox of our existence. Understanding this paradox—to stand for truth and peace in the presence of fear and conflict—leads to the courage that Yogi Bhajan asked us to find in ourselves.” – Hari Kaur Khalsa

Wisdom from the Master


    Yogi Bhajan Lecture: Spiritual and Political Engagement

    Yogi Bhajan Lecture: The Radiant Body

    Yogi Bhajan Lecture: Spiritual Freedom

    Yogi Bhajan Lecture: The Will of the People

Yogi Bhajan Quotes on Spiritual Activism

And More...

Strengthening Your Radiance: Be the Light

Vitality and Stamina

The Agni Tattva & the 3rd Chakra

Kundalini Yoga Technology

Nabhi Kriya
ctivate the power of the Navel Center, the 3rd Chakra.

Meditation for Keeping You Steady & on the Path
This meditation helps you guide your project through all the interests that would interfere or stop it. You pass the challenges and sail toward fulfillment.

Facing the Challenge of Tomorrow
his set recalibrates our responsiveness to what is, as it is. 

Kundalini Yoga: Accessing the Source of Strength in You
When we tap the deep strength of our soul, the powerful currents of our passions tum to compassion, commitment and joy.

Laya Yoga Chant
The Infinite Will and your will act together. Strong actions combined with non-attachment make life a dance with creativity and gratitude.

Meditation for Burnout
This is a great meditation to do when you think you are getting burned out.

Meditation to Develop the Self-Sensory System
Through the sensory system, we will be overflowing with energy, touching the hearts of people, feeling their feeling, and filling their emptiness.

Meditation to Develop the Radiant Body 
With the Radiant Body strong, our presence communicates contentment, containment, completeness and consciousness.

Kundalini Yoga: The Joy of Effective Action
Be inspired by the bliss of intending an action and having it happen. The joy of intelligent effective action is all around you.

Meditation for Completing Your Goals with Higher Guidance
This meditation links the essence of your purpose to the greater minds and souls in the cosmos. Help and knowledge come back to serve you and complete your goal.

Meditation for Radiance: Wahe Guru Pranayam
This meditation will produce the kind of radiance that can carry you through to Infinity.

Archer Pose
Gives physical strength and stamina, and builds your Radiant Body.

From Our Bloggers

Standing Rock: An Interview with Hari Rai Kaur by Chris Rurik

Yoga Now More Than Ever by Jiwan Shakti Kaur

Woodstock Wahe Guru: A Call for Social Justice by Gurucharan Singh

On Becoming an Environmental Activist: My Mission to Save the Eagles by Donna Amrita Davidge

Be the Holy Witness for Global Change by Catalyst Yogi

On Being a Person of Consciousness by Sat Santokh Singh

The Transition Town Movement: An Experiment in Social Activism by Hilary Bee

Engaging Your Spirit: A Resource Guide for Social Change by Kaliya Young

We are Dreamers with our Feet Firmly on the Ground by Guru Fatha Singh

Global Keep Up by Darshan Kaur

Who Wants to be Holy? by Shakti Parwha Kaur

Conscious Collective Action by Alfredo Sfeir Younis

Guru Nanak and Spiritual Activism by Guruka Singh

Heart to Heart Resuscitation by Ram Dass