Gurucharan Singh Khalsa & Gurusangat Singh
Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, Ph.D., LPCC, is a renowned expert in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. For over five decades, he has interpreted and compiled the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, merging Western scientific training with Eastern traditions to create practical approaches to personal growth and fulfillment. With degrees and graduate studies from Harvey Mudd College, Claremont Graduate School, and Boston University, Dr. Khalsa's major emphasis was in mathematics, psychology, and research in meditation and clinical counseling. As a Kundalini Yoga instructor, he has a keen understanding of Humanology, the psychology of personal excellence developed by Yogi Bhajan, and has been using it in clinical practice for over 30 years. Gurusangat is a Jazz musician, composer, guitar teacher, and Kundalini Yoga instructor. He has been developing music for Kundalini meditation and specific yoga techniques since 2004. Gurusangat performs regularly in the Boston area and has an active teaching schedule at his Cambridge studio. He combines his love for music and yoga to create unique experiences for his audience. Both of these individuals have collaborated to produce an album that incorporates Kundalini Yoga mantras and meditation techniques with Western jazz music. The album, titled "Kundalini Surjhee," is a blend of ancient mantras and modern jazz sounds that are sure to uplift and inspire the listener. With the guidance of Dr. Khalsa and the musical talent of Gurusangat, this album is a beautiful fusion of traditional Eastern teachings and Western music. Experience the spiritual teachings of Gurucharan Singh Khalsa and Gurusangat through their music and speeches, which can be found here. Listen to their album, "Kundalini Surjhee," and immerse yourself in the beautiful fusion of mantras and jazz music.
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