Yogi Bhajan arrived in the United States in December of 1968, saying, “I have come to create teachers, not gather disciples.”  He was not a philosopher or a preacher, but a transmitter of the same mastery that he achieved.

An Indian Kundalini Yoga master named Harbhajan Singh Puri answered the call of the 60’s. This yoga master, who would come to be known as “Yogi Bhajan”, traveled and taught Kundalini Yoga – a very old and sacred science for awakening God-consciousness within the individual.

Yogi Bhajan was not only a master of Kundalini Yoga. He was also a Sikh. As thousands of people flocked to study yoga with him, a smaller group of his students became fascinated by the Sikh tradition. One by one, through his inspiration and example, they began to adopt the Sikh way of life – Sikh Dharma.

Yogi Bhajan shared a vast array of wisdom on all facets of life, whether yoga, Sikhism, spirituality, men, women, relationships, children, health, food or many other topics. He lectured extensively for most of his adult life, and these teachings were recorded primarily by one man, Siri Ved Singh. From that vast storehouse of lectures, the Library of Teachings [https://www.libraryofteachings.com] was born. More lectures are added each year.

When we started, our goal was to locate and share some of the great inspiration we had heard through the years from Yogi Bhajan. Aquarian Wisdom was created by Darshan Kaur and Satya Kaur Khalsa. We have been selecting and publishing quotes from Yogi Bhajan since 2001 in our annual quotes calendar. Our products are KRI approved.