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New for Summer Solstice 2011: Yogi Bhajan Living Legacy Center

By Kirpal Singh Khalsa, Ph.D., New Mexico

Summer Solstice 2011 presents the Yogi Bhajan Living Legacy Center. This program will include Yogi Bhajan video lectures, special meditations, Tratakum workshops, and stories of Yogi Bhajan, all in the cozy atmosphere of the Yogi Bhajan Living Legacy Center, formerly called the Yogi Bhajan Memorial Pavilion. It will be open continually during Solstice and hosted by Legacy Teachers who studied personally with the master.

Legacy Teachers are all of those early students of Yogi Bhajan who sat at his feet, who were personally chiseled by him, and who deliver his teachings today. Until recently, this crusty group of greying middle-agers and senior citizens was affectionately referred to as “the old-timers.” Maybe they’re not so old. Didn’t the master tell us that age is measured by flexibility of the spine? Many of the so-called old timers have very flexible spines. These early pioneers of our Dharma were sent by Yogi Bhajan to teach Kundalini Yoga all over the world. They opened ashrams, led spiritual communities, and inspired people through their lifestyle and their devotion to Yogiji’s teachings. They stood the test of time and the test of the fire of the master’s personal touch.

Legacy Teachers are now sharing their stories. Each of them in some unique way was touched by the master and transformed, uplifted, and healed. These experiences and stories are part of Yogi Bhajan’s legacy. Through them we get little glimpses into the amazing and beautiful teacher who gave his all to his students so that they could become the teachers of future generations. The stories are inspiring, funny, insightful, and always show the way to God.

Come experience the master’s presence, energy, and spirit at the Yogi Bhajan Living Legacy Center. His energy and consciousness permeates the Summer Solstice experience and our entire 3HO lifestyle. He is here, with us today, perhaps even more powerfully now than years ago. For more information: [email protected].