It's All Happening Podcast

IAH – Episode 70 – Jai Dev Singh

Every now and then if you keep your eyes, mind and heart open you come across a teacher that will strike a chord of curiosity inside of you. Jai Dev Singh is that. Each time that I’ve seen him in person I clearly get some radiant transmission that’s telling me this guy is doing something that’s working. Really, go see for yourself. Our podcast went through a brief history of the Kundalini yoga tradition, an examination of the word itself, various meditation transmissions, the fusion of consciousness and practice and so so much more. Jai Dev really is a mystic doing great works in the world around us. Visit his website, watch his videos and most of all – enjoy this episode!

INTRO RANT: complacency vs. action, Martin Luther King

Jai Dev Singh is a yogi and teacher.  His innovative Yoga and Ayurveda courses have been attended and studied by thousands of people throughout the world. His flagship teachings are offered through The Complete Course of Ayurveda, The Radiant Body Home Course and The Life-Force Academy.

Jai Dev is a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist and previously served as the Clinical Director at the California College of Ayurveda, as well as the director of the college’s Pancha Karma Center.

He is a Kundalini Yoga teacher, certified by the Kundalini Research Institute. Jai Dev serves on the board of the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology. He is a partner at Floracopeia, Inc.












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    February 27, 2017 at 2:31 pm

    Great conversation. Yoga-Sadhana as activism a very important point raised by JDS. Where traditional activism can create positive change on small to large scales, on an individual to community basis, the point JDS made was promoting individual transformation. A process that yes, is hard work but, certainly influences the energetic exchange with those that come in contact with such people that transform themselves through such practices. Works on many subtle levels that might not be obvious or overt like traditional activism, but can still be very potent as it works energetically through vibration, which is what is exactly revered and worshipped as the ‘Guru’ in the form of potent Divine vibration in the Sikh Holy Scripture. Even if a consequence of a current embodied human Guru is attachment to form, the potential potency of direct transmission of grace, direct satsang and having someone in front of you literally trampling down the trackless path ahead, it’s an amazing blessing and not to be discounted.

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