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High Five
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Leslie Roberts refused to throw out the Golden Temple lawsuit, but insisted the allegations become more narrowly focused.

The religious leaders of the Sikh community founded by Yogi Bhajan filed charges against their business leaders six months ago.

The religious leaders alleged, among other things, that the business leaders had failed to safeguard the religious community’s assets by restructuring Golden Temple, a Eugene natural foods manufacturer long held by the Sikh community, so that it’s now owned by a handful of Golden Temple managers, including CEO Kartar Singh Khalsa.

Judge Leslie Roberts dismissed parts of the lawsuit, but not the whole thing. Left standing was the claim of “breach of fiduciary duty” — that the business leaders failed to protect the assets held in trust for the religious community.

Read more at the Register Guard.

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Gursant Singh
0 #1 Infighting amongst Yogi's 3HO Sikhs not a surpriseGursant Singh 2010-06-30 22:16:55
I was not surprised when I saw these articles about Yogi Bhajan and his 3HO Sikhs fighting amongst themselves. After thirty plus years, I am still a practicing Sikh but since meeting real Sikhs on a recent trip to India I am not part of Yogi’s 3HO. I met Yogi Bhajan around 1978 in Eugene while attending the Uof O and lived in the Eugene ashram for several years. I was instantly attracted to Yogi Ji’s outwardly personable and friendly nature. Yes, he made us all laugh; Yogi Ji was like some famous circus clown. He told us things we’d like to believe and at that young age we believed all of his nonsense which you might as well have taken from the X-files. While in India I discovered a rare and out of print book, “Sikhism and Tantric Yoga” which I encourage anybody who wants to know the truth about Yogi Bhajan to read. Written by a well respected Sikh Scholar and historian, this book has been a real eye opener for me in revealing the truth about Yogi Bhajan’s sacrilegious practices in the name of Sikhism. 33 years ago Dr. Trilochan Singh said, “"Yogi Bhajan is using the sacred Sikh mantras and the sacred name of Guru Ram Das as a mantle for his Tantric Sex Yoga which will inevitably lead to mental and physical debauchery of those who take his brand of Sikhism contaminated by crazy sex-energizing asanas seriously."
"Sikhism and Tantric Yoga"
by Dr. Trilochan Singh (Link to entire book)
http://www.gurmukhyoga.com/forum/index.php?id=1


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Qudrat Khalsa
+1 #2 To Gursant SinghQudrat Khalsa 2011-09-22 19:27:15
Gursant Singh;

I have been blessed in my life to learn from the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Ji both as a student and as
a business man. I spent over 20 years in day to day discussions, lectures, (White Tantric Yoga) and meditations with him. Never in any instance, circumstance or situation did I witness him conducting "Red" Tantric Yoga.

I have many Sikh friends and spiritual brothers in India. The swill in your post and the false writings of what yu have chosen to pass on are known all too well by Sikhs in and around Amritsar and the Golden temple in the Punjab.

You my Dear Fellow are either delusional, incapable of recognizing universal truth or
perhaps simply someone who love to rake muck that is absent of fact, baseless and very dark.
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Qudrat Khalsa
0 #3 GursantQudrat Khalsa 2011-09-22 19:37:37
Kundalini Yoga assists one to a balanced, graceful and clear state of being. The awareness of the golden healing energy is obvious in all dedicated practitioners.

In consideration of that it is obvious that you are not one.

You insult and accuse the Siri Singh Sahib for the actions of other greedy, insecure and criminal minded people.

Oh my my. I think I just heard someone say Kharma. Hmm !!!
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Gurminder Singh
0 #4 ManmukhsGurminder Singh 2012-01-11 21:48:15
Not a single good thing comes out from slandering others, if someone has done wrong in their lifes may it be individuals or spiritual masters only the time will tell but to continue this madness is the work of Manmukhs
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