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"The use of music for spiritual attainment and healing of the soul, which
was prevalent in ancient times, is not found to the same extent today.
Music has been made a pastime, the means of forgetting
God instead of realizing God." --
Hazrat Inayat Khan

Sat Nam, everybody!
My name is Livtar Singh Khalsa.


Mukhia Singh Sahib
Livtar Singh Khalsa
 

And this is my family.


L to R: Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, SS Livtar Kaur Khalsa, MSS Livtar Singh Khalsa


L to R: MSS Livtar Singh Khalsa, SS Livtar Kaur Khalsa, Sat Bir Singh Khalsa,
Shiv Antar Kaur Khalsa, Siriswami Kaur Khalsa, Satpurusha Kaur Khalsa

MySense
By Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

What I most try to accomplish is to bring you with me to see what I have seen, and to experience what I have. My new song, "Into the Radiance", is about my realization experience.

I was driving my car one day, when suddenly I saw the entire ONEness in all. My immortal words upon seeing this were, "Holy shit, it really is all ONE". It was several years until I could gather my wits enough to make this song about the experience.

The first line of the song is, "Into the silence I fell". A major part of what happened to me was that the negative self-talk completely disappeared. There is an instant, total, profound peace. It's like a loud, constant noise that you get so used to, that when it stops, it is almost thunderous. This is described in many yogic texts and Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

It happened to me, it can happen to you. If this music can contribute in any small way, that's all I can ask.

Blessings and Peace.

Livtar Singh

MySense
By Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

I was thinking back to the very early days when I first went to LA to study with Yogiji in Jan of 1970. I had started doing Kundalini Yoga. in August '69, and had met Yogiji in Orlando (at the Bird’s Nest) in October of that year. But I hadn't been around a group yet...an actual collection of people who were totally into the early version of the yogic lifestyle.

When I arrived at the main ashram in L.A., my mind automatically assumed that all the regular students there had been at it for a long time and were very wise and amazing. I looked up to everyone. (The funny part is, some of them might have just started class the week before I arrived). They seemed so accomplished, and on one level they were for having come to the feet of the teacher, for however long.

Of course some turned out to be some version of nutty, many left for other things, some turned out to be great and are still at it. All are doing as they were designed to do.

The point is, when I first came how much I looked up to those who were already there and how much i looked to model my behavior after them.

If you are walking around looking like a yogi/yogini/Sikh, don't disappoint those who intersect with you. Their path crossed yours for a reason.

Yogiji used to say "Don't speak and ruin it", I think only half jokingly. If they are with you even for a moment, give them something that will elevate -- a smile, a bit of wisdom, a bit of help with some problem, whatever you have to offer.

I try to remember that 18 year old boy and the wide eyed wonder when I first saw all those "great" people. I try to remember to BE the person I thought they were. -- See Source. See Acknowledgements.

MySense
By Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

Back in 1972-ish, the original Khalsa String Band was in New York to record our first album, (and the only one put on vinyl).

One night some of us decided to go out for a tour of the town. We passed some VERY large buildings being built, and being young and full of prana and vinegar, we decided to try to go inside and check it out.

There was a very large guard at the door. He told us in no uncertain terrms that it was under construction and we were not allowed in.

Thing is, we had a secret weapon...Krishna Kaur. Krishna was not only possessed of unearthly beauty, but also the Taurus' innate power of pure, bullheaded one pointedness. She batted her eyes at him, told him how much we would love to go up in the buildings and he melted like ice cream in a microwave.

He gave us a tour and took us up to the 84th floor, where there were no walls or windows yet. We were able to stand right at the edge (there was a fence) and look out over miles of New York and New Jersey. I also leaned out and looked straight down the side to the ground. It was a spectacular view and moment.

Of course, it was one of the twin towers. They were part of me like many others, and now they are a memory. There were lives lived and lost in them, but like everything of this earth, water or stone, breath or bone, all things pass...all things pass. -- See Source. See Acknowledgements.

MySense
By Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

I have been a new student. Sitting there wondering how it would ever be possible to get to where Yogiji was.

I have been the teacher, sitting where Yogiji sat, with the new students in front of me wondering the same thing.

I remember wanting Yogiji to give us that "thing" that would take away the doubt, fear, pain, etc. of living in a physical form. And I see my students wanting that same "thing".

The "thing" is, he had already given us the "thing" -- Kundalini Yoga, Sadhana, Naam, Bani, Bhana, Simran, Seva.

The one thing he couldn't/shouldn't skip over is the time and effort it takes to practice those things. By practicing those things, the fog gradually clears, the windows are cleaned, and we can see what was always there.

Like cleaning the floors of the Golden Temple, Sadhana and Seva take mental and spiritual elbow grease. Then comes a time when you see and feel the Beloved around and in you. But still, there is the distance. As long as we are in this physical form, there is that separation (and separation anxiety).

This song is about bowing. The act of bowing is to physically bring your head low, to show humility and acceptance of the teachings. Mentally it represents bowing the Ego down so that the Infinite Fountain of Wisdom inside you can come through.

There is an utter longing to come to the place of rest. To get there, one must pass through the thousand petaled lotus, which spins out thoughts like a lawnmower blade. Unless you can penetrate through that, the thoughts will always grab your mind and take you down dead-end paths, away from your Self.

The Beloved is right there, in you. It is you, you are it. All it takes is that one pure moment to break through.

If you feel this album would benefit you and maybe even one person that you have never met, then you can support the effort to get this and other songs recorded on this CD project. Mention it in your social media and share if the music has helped you in your life.

Where My Love


Livtar Singh Khalsa

Where my love,
have you hidden from me?
If I bow my head
will you let me see?
In the silent night,
I dreamed I heard
the sound of your breath,
your sweet words

Chorus
This journey of mine,
is a long winding way
I wish to lay my head at your feet,
in the cool cool shade

In the time between the beats of the heart
you are there - and you are there,
in the space, between the stars
I close my eyes so I may see
Through a thousand petals,
you are known in me

This journey of mine,
is a long winding way
I wish to lay my head at your feet,
in the cool cool shade

In the soul's ocean,
may I drown my fear
as I merge away,
you will wash my tears
I bow, I bow,
may wisdom flow through
may this pain leave me now,
may I love only you

This journey of mine,
is a long winding way
I wish to lay my head at your feet,
in the cool cool shade

Ong Namo
Guru Dev Namo
Guru Dev Namo
Guru Deva

May I see only you
May I serve only you
May I love only you --

These are my songs.


Livtar Singh Khalsa

Webmaster's note: Livtar Singh Khalsa is one of the most
inspirational songwriters and singers of the Khalsa musical tradition.
His words combine personal insight with a devotion to principals of higher
wisdom. His lyrics are full of profound insights and a devotion to expressions of the
highest aspiration. His voice and melodies create a mood of sweetness and beauty.
His artful and inspiration songs will be sung by many generations of spiritual seekers,
his music shall be cherished by many, and he will be remembered for many years to come.

SONG OF THE KHALSA
By Livtar Singh Khalsa
Hear Livtar Singh singing Song of The Khalsa

 

Many speak of courage, speaking cannot give it
it’s in the face of death we must live it.
When things are down and darkest,
that’s when we stand tallest
Until the last star falls, we won’t give an inch at all

Stand as the Khalsa Strong as Steel Steady as Stone
Give our lives to God and Guru
mind and soul breath and bone

Guru Arjun gave his life, to stand for what was right
He was burned and tortured, five long days and nights
He could have stopped it anytime just by giving in
His strength a solid wall, he never gave an inch at all
Sons of the Khalsa, remember those who died
Stood their ground until their last breath,
so we who live now might live free lives

A princess is not royal, by her birth or blood inside
but if her family’s home, is Anandpursahib
She’ll walk with such a grace and strength,
the world will bow in awe
Until the mountains fall, she’ll never give an inch at all
Daughters of the Khalsa,
in your strength our future lies.
Give our children fearless minds,
to see the world, through the Guru’s eyes

Baisakhi day we were thousands,
but only five had the courage for dyin'.
then one brave man one flashing sword,
turned us all to lions.
And now we live his legacy, to die before we fall.
And like the five who answered his call,
we can’t turn back at all

Stand as the Khalsa Strong as Steel Steady as Stone
Give our lives to God and Guru
mind and soul breath and bone

The tenth Guru gave even his sons,
to give the Khalsa life.
His words stand like mountains,
against the winds of time,
"Khalsa will rule the world
all will be safe in it’s fold".
But if the Khalsa falls, there won’t
be a world at all.

Stand as the Khalsa Strong as Steel Steady as Stone
Give our lives to God and Guru
mind and soul breath and bone

Sons of the Khalsa, remember those who died
Stood their ground until their last breath,
so we who live now might live free lives

Daughters of the Khalsa,
in your strength our future lies.
Give our children fearless minds,
to see the world, through the Guru’s eyes

Stand as the Khalsa Strong as Steel Steady as Stone
Give our lives to God and Guru
mind and soul breath and bone
Mind and soul are his alone --

Livtar Singh is a minister, musician, writer, painter, and teacher of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. He discovered Kundalini Yoga at the age of sixteen upon meeting Yogi Bhajan. His love for music as a creative outlet expanded into using mantra. He has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since 1970 and teaching Kundalini Yoga for several decades.

Livtar Singh says, "Remembering who we are is a daily process in which we relate to the creative influence inside, and that expression must be shared when the opportunity is provided." See 3HO Legacy Teachers. Hear Livtar Singh's On Top of The World. Hear More Songs of Livtar Singh. See History of Song of The Khalsa. See Aquarian Age Began Here.

 

THE SIKH ANTHEM
By Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

In the heart of a lion,
There is no fear of dyin'.
In the heat of battle,
The Spirit of Life burns like a flame.
In the depths of the darkness,
In the worse betrayal and pain,
The fearless Khalsa heart will beat
To the rhythm of the Name.

We've never started a war before,
But we have finished many.
We see the One in everyone.
Whom should we fear? Not any!
We play the game of life with style;
The question of death we love to enjoy.
We have seen so many times,
In so many lives what our life is for ...
In so many lives what our life is for!

In the heart of a lion,
There is no fear of dyin'.
In the heat of battle,
The Spirit of Life burns like a flame.
In the depths of the darkness,
In the worse betrayal and pain,
The fearless Khalsa heart will beat
To the rhythm of the Name.

Enemies come and enemies go,
But the Khalsa stands like a mountain range.
We will return to Infinity.
What in the world will the drama change?
Go onto the battlefield;
Head in hand as a humble one.
The life doesn't matter, the courage does.
Soon the job will be done ...
Soon the job will be done!

In the heart of a lion,
There is no fear of dyin'.
In the heat of battle,
The Spirit of Life burns like a flame.
In the depths of the darkness,
In the worse betrayal and pain,
The fearless Khalsa heart will beat
To the rhythm of the Name.

On every side the world will pull;
They want you to join them in their fog.
It took you millions of lives to arrive;
What do you care for the barking of dogs?
The one who stands alone in the fray
Is a priceless gem to the One he serves.
Be the Light for the world to see.
Invincible ones live by their words ...
Invincible ones live by their words!

In the heart of a lion,
There is no fear of dyin'.
In the heat of battle,
The Spirit of Life burns like a flame.
In the depths of the darkness,
In the worse betrayal and pain,
The fearless Khalsa heart will beat
To the rhythm of the Name.
Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru ...

THE KHALSA WAY
By Livtar Singh Khalsa
Hear Livtar Singh singing The Khalsa Way


Livtar Singh Khalsa

Long ago and far away
A man sat like a stone
On a burning seat of red-hot iron ...
To him it was a throne.
For he was Guru Arjan,
King of this world and the next.
When his time in this earthly world was through,
He just smiled and left.
As it was in the beginning
And shall be for all time,
Those who live and die a fearless life,
In the court of God they shine ...

That is the Khalsa way ...
I don't mind dying and I won't go crying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If things look bad we just keep on trying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If anyone falls,
Ten more will come in his place.
That is our way!

The mogul king sent forth his word,
"No Sikh shall be left alive,
We'll wipe this Khalsa from the face of the Earth".
On each head he put a price.
So one brave Sikh stood on the road,
Knowing he couldn't live long.
In the name of the Guru he collected a toll ...
It shook that king to his throne.
They tried to put the light of the Khalsa out,
But now it is they who are gone,
And through every test of time and space,
Khalsa lives on ...

One by one they shot us down
As we read the Siri Guru ...
Till they had to stop, they had never seen
So many who would die for the Truth.
And those who lay on the railroad tracks,
Their bodies stopped the train.
Those whose children were killed before their eyes,
They saw God thru their pain.
Then all those who stood their ground
Against impossible odds ...
In their courageous lives and fearlessness
We see the power of God.

That is the Khalsa way ...
I don't mind dying and I won't go crying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If things look bad we just keep on trying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If anyone falls,
Ten more will come in his place.
That is our way!

Twenty million started out ...
Only a few survived.
But we stood together in the heart of this land
Against all their power and lies.
They wished that we had never been,
They clubbed us in the street.
But our hearts were strong, the war was wrong,
Our victory was peace.
They waited for us all to disappear,
They waited for our spirit to die.
But they'll still be waiting when the sun burns out ...
For the heroes and warriors,
The saints and the martyrs,
Will never die ...

That is the Khalsa way ...
I don't mind dying and I won't go crying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If things look bad we just keep on trying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If anyone falls,
Ten more will come in his place.
That is our way!

Siri Singh Sahib left his home ...
Answered the Guru's call.
In the land of maya he planted a seed
Of a nation that would never fall.
One by one we came to him
And we read the Siri Guru.
We planted our roots in the soul of this land ...
Ram Das Puri grew.
Now the future belongs to the daughters
And sons of Guru Gobind Singh.
We'll stand like steel through the tests of the time,
Then, Khalsa will reign ...

That is the Khalsa way ...
I don't mind dying and I won't go crying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If things look bad we just keep on trying.
That is the Khalsa way ...
If anyone falls,
Ten more will come in his place.
That is our way! --

Below is a special assortment of just a few of the hundreds of links to be found in our library at the University of Diversity having to do with the many people, places, and events, which are happening all around us. Life is truly the University of Diversity. --


Livtar Singh and his wife Livtar Kaur

May the long time Sun shine upon you, all love surround you.
And the pure light within you, guide your way on. Click here.

Sadhana Mantras For The Aquarian Age
By MSS Livtar Singh Khalsa


Livtar Singh Khalsa

. Adi Shakti Mantra - Long Ek Ong Kaar - 7 minutes. See AdiShaktiMantra.com.

. Waah Yantee Kar Yantee - 7 minutes

. Mul Mantra - 7 minutes

. Sat Siree Siree Akal* - 7 minutes

. Rakhe Rakhan Haar - 7 minutes

. Wahe Guru Jio - 22 minutes

. Guru Guru Wahe Guru Guru Ram Das Guru - 5 minutes.

See Sadhana Mantras For The Aquarian Age.

*Sat Siree - Supreme Truth
Siree Akaal - Supreme Undying
Siree Akaal - Supreme Undying
Mahaa Akaal - Great Deathless Being
Mahaa Akaal - Great Deathless Being
Sat Naam - Named (Identified) Truth
Akaal Moorat - Deathless Image
Wah-hay-Guroo - Indescribable Wisdom

Hear Flowers In The Rain by Gurudass Singh.

Hear Chanting Sat Nam by Gurudass Singh.

Hear Ode To Guru Gobind Singh by Gurudass Singh.

Hear Song of Nanak by Gurudass Singh.

Hear Walking Up The Mountain by Gurudass Singh and Krishna Kaur.

Rise Up, Rise Up Sweet Family Dear
By MSS Guru Singh Khalsa

 

Sing-a-Long Lyrics

Rise up, rise up, sweet family dear
A time of the Lord and rememberin'
Love is here
Love, love is all you'll say
If you'll awake and rise up right away
Hey, hey
If you'll awake and rise up right away

Rise up, rise up, sweet family dear
The time of the Lord and rememberin'
Love is here
Love, love is all you'll say
If you'll awake and rise up right away

Lord will bless you so many ways
If you will rise up right now
Sing His praise

Rise up, rise up, sweet family dear
Time of the Lord and rememberin'
Love is here
Love, love is all you'll say
If you'll awake and rise up right away
Hey, hey

If you'll awake and rise up right away

Rise up, rise up, sweet family dear
A time of the Lord and rememberin'
Love is here
Love, love is all you'll say
If you'll awake and rise up right away
Hey, hey

If you'll awake and rise up right away
Hey, hey

If you'll awake and rise up right away

Lord will bless you so many ways
If you will rise up right now
Sing His praise

Rise up, rise up, sweet family dear
Time of the Lord and rememberin'
Love is here
Love, love is all you'll say
If you'll awake and rise up right away

If you'll awake and rise up right away
If you'll awake and rise up right away
If you'll awake and rise up right away --

3HO Legacy Links

Memories, Moments, and Missives

Early History Jot Singh Khalsa
Legacy Docs Singh Kaur Khalsa
Legacy Photos Shanti Kaur Khalsa
Legacy Photos II Kirpal Singh Khalsa
Legacy Photos III Amarjit Singh Khalsa
Legacy Photos IV Gurujot Singh Khalsa
Soul Singh Khalsa Siri Atma Kaur Khalsa
Yogi Bhajan Profile
Sat Jivan Singh Khalsa
Library of Teachings Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati
Ravitej Singh Khalsa Gurudass Singh Khalsa
Letters And Lessons Sat Bachan Kaur Khalsa
First Solstice Sadhana Guru Fatha Singh Khalsa
Hari Jiwan Singh Khalsa Christmas In New Mexico
Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Profile Solstice Sadhana Security
Ganga Bhajan Kaur Khalsa SatHanuman Singh Khalsa
Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa
Bhai Sahib Dayal Singh Khalsa
Solstice Sadhana Celebration Solstice Sadhana Gurdwara Security

See more at 3HOLegacyLinks.com.

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Pages And Points To Ponder

MySikhSense.com

                                          

                                 


3HO

ACT

Akal

Forum

Profiles

Yogi Tea

Sadhana

About Hair

Solstice Diet

Stretch Pose

First Solstice

Solstice Rules

My Real Name

Early 3HO Photos

Later 3HO Photos

Obama43To1.com

The Mahan Tantric

White Tantra Yoga

The SikhNet Story

Before 3HO Photos

Diversity Dialogues

Letters and Lessons

The Science of Mudra

The Adi Shakti Mantra

Siri Mantra Meditation

Yogi Bhajan's Teacher

Kundalini Yoga Kriyas

The Science of Mantra

All for One Won for All

Summer Solstice 1973

The Case For Dialogue

To Serve Is To Succeed

Christmas In New Mexico

Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa

The Essence ... You Are IT

Yogi Bhajan's First Student

Ma Bhagavati...in Memoriam

The Grace of God Meditation

Jot Singh's Early 3HO History

Advisory To 3HO/Sikh Dharma

This Is What Racism Looks Like

Awtar Singh's Early 3HO History

Kirpal Singh's Early 3HO History

The Songs of Livtar Singh Khalsa

The Solstice Sadhana Experience

A Gallery of 3HO Legacy Teachers

Rise Up Rise Up Sweet Family Dear

Hari Jiwan Singh's Early 3HO History

The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings

Guru Fatha Singh's Early 3HO History

Sat Santokh Singh's Early 3HO History

The Ubuntu Age - All for One, Won for All

Guru Singh's History of Summer Solstice

The Sikh Who Changed Modern-Day India

The 1974 Transition of Bhai Sahib Dyal Singh

Remembering Sat Nam The Grace Within You

More Video Stories of The Master Yogi Bhajan

Ending The Age of Me - Beginning The Age of We


An inspirational gift for all the visitors of this site

A born again American, conceived in liberty

The science of meditation and its benefits

Sikhs and the U.S. Department of Justice

The Ubuntu Age - All for One, Won for All

Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan

See if you can pass this third grade test

The pros and cons of the meatless diet

See why Sikhs keep their hair unshorn

A meditation to realize your greatness

The New York Times about the Sikhs

About Kundalini Yoga and the Sikhs

Rise Up Rise Up Sweet Family Dear

Life According To Yogi Bhajan.com

A tribute to the greatest generation

Americans in the aftermath of 9-11

Synergy: When 1 plus 1 equals 11

What happens when you meditate

A quick change you won't believe

The University of Diversity Annex

The Stop-Alzheimer's Meditation

If your dad doesn't have a beard

Do you know who you really are

Corporate America vs America

Sikh kids explain Sikh Dharma

Attachment or non-attachment

What's the buzz about beards

December 21, 2012 - The end

Hymns of Guru Gobind Singh

See what really makes us fat

Aspartame: A sweet poison

The after-death experience

May we always be grateful

Life according to YouTube

Where do they come from

Native American fry bread

Hymns of Guru Ram Das

The Sikh Warrior Anthem

George Carlin on religion

Ten illusions, One reality

A Sikh Dharma glossary

Do you have two moms

Calculate your true age

The interview with God

To serve is to succeed

At the feet of The Yogi

Your health by da-sign

What's with the turban

All for One Won for All

Each moment is a gift

Reflexology foot chart

The 'High Flying' pilot

America the beautiful

For meat-eaters only

For garlic lovers only

The Inner Clean Diet

Hear celestial music

CloseOrderDrill.com

The Bigot Detector

How to make ghee

The gnostic Jesus

Early 3HO History

True perspectives

A tale of six boys

The 'indigo' child

A Photo Parade

Cancer answers

A cosmic vision

The Desiderata

Now you know

Path 2 Fitness

And God said

What is Maya

Back walking

Magic online

Ear candling

About hair

The Sikhs

Sat Kriya

Sadhana

Click art

Mudras

Forum

Akal

3HO

ACT

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More Pages And Points To Ponder

See SensitivitySummit.com. See Desmond Tutu's Plea To Israel.
See The Homeless Banned And Jailed In 'Christian' America.
See Let's Have 'The Race Conversation' For Real, This Time.
See More Diversity Dialogues. See Institutionalized Racism.

See Required Reading. See Recommended Reading.
See Why Are White Tantra Yoga Classes So 'White'?

See Islamic Extremism vs Christian Extremism.

See A Native American's Thanksgiving Rebuke.
See What White People Need To Know.

See Americans Need To Pay Attention.
See What's Wrong With This Picture?
See A Case Of Unjust Enrichment.
See What Tribalism Looks Like.
See Guidelines For Facilitators.
See For The People Of Color.
See What Is White Privilege?
See KRI Needs To Go To Jail.
See Jon Stewart On Racism.
See The Ubuntu Philosophy.
See TheMahanTantric.com.
See Example of Tribalism.

See ACT For Diversity.
See Comments Con.
See Comments Pro.

See Obama 43 To 1.
See My Main Point.
See Definitions.
See Questions.


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