Sat Darshan Singh
The yatra turned out to be different from what I had expected. I thought we would mostly learn about the Gurus, about Sikh history and do a lot of yoga. Instead very often we would just sit in a Gurdwara for two and a half hours listening to Sikh music – without much explanation. Sometimes it was very cold and annoying at first.
There were more things that felt strange, things I did not feel comfortable with. I mention this not to criticize but to explain the experience as a whole: It made me very introspective. Because what do you do in such situations? Eventually I understood why Karta refused to entertain and lecture us.
Traveling magic India. 14 days of inspiring encounters, historical learning, intense experiences and profound inner work. An itinerary that can hardly be measured in miles traveled or places visited. However, for those that want to deepen their understanding of the teachings here are some landmarks for further exploration. A shortlist of all time favorites and hidden treasures, hopefully of interest to all genuine seekers of truth.
As Gurmukh Yogis we are the Khalsa nation of Aquarian Teachers, bridging yoga and dharma beyond culture and time. We manifest Guru's touch on the path of living dharma by seeking reference in the innermost essence, the Naad of the Naam. If you long for the sweetness of the name and the inspiration of Living Dharma you might want to join us on one of our yatras.