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

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/25/96

Everybody is crazy. They try to be happy, but they are totally unhappy because there is no security. Security does not lie in your tons of money. Security lies in you and how you talk, that is security. “In the beginning there was a word, word was with God and word was God.” On your word lies your security and if you are secure, your words will be secure, and that is where lies happiness.

–Yogi Bhajan, 9/22/79

That’s the pride of a teacher: that he has the privilege to serve another student, because somebody served him.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/22/96

May God guide you on this path. May you understand that you are blessed children and you have a job to do. May you know in your heart that God belongs to you always, within and without. May your sorrows never touch your tomorrow, may your blessings be for all, may your happiness be shared, and may your smiles give hope to others.

–Yogi Bhajan, 6/20/93

A Teacher has no territory, no jurisdiction, no control, and no communication but the Will of God. He uses his little will, his personal, private will to let God’s Will flow.

–Yogi Bhajan, 4/23/97

Seva is to earn first and then to share. That is seva. Exploitation and getting exploited are not seva. Seva is very misunderstood. Seva is when you have something to share, and you can give. It is not seva when you have nothing to share. I do not know what kind of seva that is. That is called pushing too much.

–Yogi Bhajan, 07-10-1994

If you want to become a Teacher, become one now. It’s useless when all the teeth are gone and the wolf says, ‘I am a vegetarian.’ It doesn’t sound right.

–Yogi Bhajan, 7/31/96

The Teacher’s job is to keep on acting and the student’s job is to keep on reacting, and not accepting. But once a student starts accepting, he’s not a student anymore—he then becomes a Teacher.

–Yogi Bhajan, 8/1/96

All these names and holy words of God which we meditate on and speak and chant, are nothing but exchange of pranic energy. We get pranic energy and give out pranic energy. It is just offering to God. God gives to us, we give back to God. What do we get out of it? Peace, peace, eternal peace and internal peace. Inner peace and ever peace, and then whatever we touch is peace. If your inner voice is at the same frequency in which you are, you are visited by Almighty God all the time. The harmony between the inner voice and the human is guaranteed and makes you totally divine.

–Yogi Bhajan, 4/6/82
Category: Prayers

It is my prayer to ask you to let us hold each other in respect and grace, and pray for peace. Let our little voice be heard within the light of God, so we can bring tranquility, bounty, beauty and bliss to mankind. I hope you share in these thoughts in the presence of Almighty God within you and that allows you to bring peace to planet Earth. That is what Mother Earth is asking.

–Yogi Bhajan, 6/3/02
Category: Prayers