Resources

These are some websites you may find useful as you take your Journey Into the Heart of Sikh Dharma.

  • JHSD YouTube channel: We have several interesting and useful videos on our channel, including some clips from Solstice classes, and several video testimonials. Please check them out!
  • Ancient Healing Ways: This online store is the source for the texts for this course, Victory and Virtue and Heroes, Saints, and Yogis.
  • Sat Nam VersandYour European source for the two course texts, Victory and Virtue and Heroes, Saints, and Yogis, as well as much much more.
  • Sikhnet.com: One of the longest-running sites on the Internet on Sikhism, Sikhnet offers constantly updated information, news, media, and resources on the Sikh experience. Victory and Virtue is also available as an online resource at Sikhnet.
  • Sikhphotos.com This collection of wonderful photos and Sikh art is the site of Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa, also known as Mr. Sikhnet. He began his history with Sikhnet.com as Webmaster in 1996, and is now the CEO of the site. Many of his photos and other art he features on Sikhphotos.com are available to purchase, and he has kindly given JHSD permission to use some of his photos here on our site.
  • The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings: a rich resource of Yogi Bhajan’s published lectures and kriya write-ups in searchable text, audio and video formats.
  • SpiritVoyage.com: Kundalini Yoga Music, DVDs, Yoga Music, Yoga Clothing, and more. The Spirit Voyage Blog offers many informative and resourceful posts with music, meditations, and links. They also sponsor regular 40-day Global Sadhanas, featuring teachers, music, and meditations made to further your spiritual growth with the support of many other yogis and practitioners. See more at the Global Sadhana Facebook group.
  • Yogi Amandeep Singh: a long-time student of Yogi Bhajan, a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and holder of several advanced degrees, including an M.Sc in Counseling, Amandeep Singh teaches classes and workshops worldwide, as well as offering private sessions in person or via phone or Skype.
  • Basics of Sikhi A series of wonderful and informative videos created by sangat in the UK. They also maintain a publicly available Dropbox account with many leaflets on Sikhi.
  • Sikh Dharma International is a resource for many lectures by Yogi Bhajan, Siri Singh Sahib ji; meditations and mantra; information on Sikh Vows and taking Amrit; and much more.
  • Sikh Dharma International YouTube Channel: This wonderful channel contains several videos relevant to Gurdwara Protocol, as well as quite a few video lectures by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan ji.
  • Sikh Dharma Ministry: The newsletter site of and for ministers of Sikh Dharma, and for anyone interested in Sikh Dharma in general.
  • SS Siri Sevak Kaur has been studying Gurmukhi and Japji since the early 70s when she was part of the first group of Yogi Bhajan’s students to do that, and has pursued and shared this learning ever since. She offers tele-classes and webinars on Gurmukhi and Japji Sahib.
  • SatKirin Kaur: Naad Academy of Gurbani Kirtan – teleclasses and webinars on the science of Naad (sound current) and the beauty of Gurbani Kirtan.
  • Hari Bhajan Kaur – Songs of God: Lots of wonderful kirtan and chanting available to listen to online, as well as information on Shabd and on the Banis and their effects.
  • Shabad Guru Courses: A variety of online courses to deepen your relationship with the Guru and connect to the Sound Current of Infinity.
  • SoulAnswer.com: Siri Gian Kaur Khalsa has been a healer since 1991. Her website offers huge amounts of information and classes on Kundalini Yoga, on developing your intuition, on using your heart to heal yourself, and much much more.
  • Kundalini-Khalsa.com The website of Sat Siri Singh Khalsa and his wife Shakta Kaur Khalsa, of London, UK. This site’s resources page has a wonderful list of recordings of Bani and other Gurbani Kirtan, and other very helpful resources.
  • Khalsa Consciousness: This book is a useful exploration of the worldview, spiritual technology, and code of conduct synthesized by Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru, over 300 years ago.