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In January of 1969, Guru Singh (then 23) met and began a daily practice with the master of Kundalini Yoga - Yogi Bhajan. Guru Singh, the first Westerner to wear the turban, began accompanying Yogi Bhajan as he taught at Universities, lecture halls, spiritual centers and Sikh Gurudwaras around the world. As chairman of the International Council of Sikh Ministers, Guru Singh has worked with spiritual and religious leaders of nearly every faith to connect diverse communities around the world. He draws on his extensive music background and knowledge of Sahaj Shabd (sound) therapy to offer a unique approach to counseling that restores the natural human physical, mental and emotional harmonies through meditation and applied sound.
Guru Singh is one of the Founding Directors of the Miri Piri Academy, an international elementary through high school in Amritsar, India. Here, students from around the world become global citizens and future leaders through an academic curriculum delivered with a spiritual-global focus. He serves on the boards of several fast growth companies transforming today's world of education, high technology, publishing and community building.
The current focus includes:
The "Daily Inspirational Blessing" campaign, the Dalai Lama and Seeds of Compassion, Oneness University Wellness Program, as well as several books, DVDs, CDs and television projects. Guru Singh is also involved with Dr. Andrew Newberg of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Department of Neuro-Theology using medical imaging to measure dynamic brain function under the influence of meditation, mantra and prayer. All of these components connect Guru Singh's over-arching vision and mission: reaching humanity while teaching globally. < Back to Guru Singh Bio