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This 3HO shall be the most important legacy on this planet for the Age of Aquarius. Sooner or later people will experience a tremendous amount of emptiness which always brings a void. A void brings unhappiness. Then people will want to find a place where they can be healthy, happy, and holy.

–Yogi Bhajan, 1/5/94

Consciously ask your intuition to show you the path. Consciously ask your courage to face the calamity. Ask your grace to face the insecurity. Ask your breath of life to face the depression. Rise, rise and excel.

–Yogi Bhajan, 6/30/94

The most veteran, courageous, and pious act of a human is to be with another human, because we are like stars in the sky, born at one time and space, to be ourselves. Everybody is our coherent neighbor. All we have to do is say, “I am with you.” When you start being one with everybody, then you are actually with God, because if you cannot see God in all, you cannot see God at all.

–Yogi Bhajan, 12/20/97

In the brain there is a thinking dialogue and that thinking dialogue causes insecurity and insecurity is the Mother of all your problems. The moment you start feeling that you are not secure, you are not.

–Yogi Bhajan, 1/1/89

As you sow, so shall you reap, otherwise you will be a creep.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/25/96

Where amalgamation takes place, a new metal comes out of the two. A new ego comes out of the two. A new identity comes of the two. And it is forever; it is not only for today and not tomorrow. Everything can come to an end. Even life can come to an end. But one thing even God cannot end: the desire to be one in each other. This desire even God cannot take away.

–Yogi Bhajan, Marriage Manual, 10/07/2004

Basically in reality in your life, it is not the life which decides your destiny, it is the courage. And courage is nothing but commitment.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/30/80

A Teacher is an artist, with hammer and chisel. Whenever you meet a Teacher, God, there will be a spark. At the first introduction of you and your Teacher, you are going to find what is wrong with you. Mostly you will not like to hear that. You’ll skip that person. You are most welcome to skip it, but you do not know that you have lost that one chance which the soul was promised.

–Yogi Bhajan, 07-29-1996

In life there comes challenge, confrontation and calamity. These three together come to a person face to face. If that person is diplomatic, compassionate and impersonal, one can walk through the above three just like a swift wind.

–Yogi Bhajan, 3/3/98

You must know and see and believe and trust you are never an individual. Your “I” is an institution. A Teacher is an institution for help, for service, for raising people’s consciousness, and granting them the Heavens. He’s the guarantor—a Teacher is the guarantor that the other person’s life becomes heavenly. So if you are teaching a class for that ten or fifteen dollars, you are not in the right job.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/22/96