“I was brought to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation through a USC psychology experiment in 1972. Having studied counseling to heal people from their troubles, I realized after my first three months of yoga training that the practice took me light years ahead of anything else in a very short time. So fascinated was I by it all, I began a side hobby of transcribing and archiving the teachings. This quickly became my passion for decades, a way to saturate and submerge myself in the subtle essence of it all. I feel we are now on a magical mystery tour that is revealing itself quickly to those with a destiny to elevate humanity. May the seekers be supported. Sat Nam.” — Tej
Tej Kaur Khalsa has been a student of Yogi Bhajan for over 35 years. She is the Custodian of the Archives of the Teachings of Yogi Bhajan, and a recognized authority on the teachings. She has been involved in numerous Yogi Bhajan publications as transcriber, editor, and compiler including the Woman’s Camp Series, 72 Stories of God, Good and Goods, and The Master’s Touch. She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling, and during the many years she worked on Yogi Bhajan’s correspondence, received extensive training from him on yogic counseling. Her classes are occasions to enjoy deep meditative experiences and to learn vast amounts of yogic knowledge.