MONDAY, JUNE 24TH, 2013
7:00am – 8:15am Early Morning Workshops
The 5 K’s: Kirpan—Sword of Mercy, Sword of Service ~ Siri Karm Singh Khalsa, MA (L/D) Water Tent The kirpan, the short dagger worn by Sikhs, symbolizes the commitment to defend the defenseless. When we champion the rights of others as soldiers, we are taking up the kirpan, but so are we when we feed the hungry, house the homeless and educate children, whether our own or those of others. Through discussion, yoga and meditation, we will cultivate the prosperous, spiritual warrior in each of us—and you don’t have to be a Sikh to play.
Siri Karm Singh has been teaching Kundalini Yoga and meditation, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, for 25 years and is a certified Level 1 Kundalini Yoga instructor as well as a Level 1 Sat Nam Rasayan practitioner. He is the president and founder of The Boston Language Institute, which since 1981 has provided instruction, translation and interpreting services in over 140 languages to about 54,000 students and hundreds of corporations, universities and federal and state agencies.