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FROM THE BLOG
"People call me a musician, but I feel more like a teacher who is used by music." - Livtar Singh We recently had the pleasure to speak with Livtar Singh about "Mountain of Smoke". An album that reflects his love and devotion, 50 years of meditation and...read more
I first met Snatam Kaur (in this incarnation) in Los Angeles when she was 10 years old. Prabhu Nam Kaur, her mother, introduced me as the man who wrote Song of the Khalsa. It made a big impression on her. So big she doesn't remember it at all! But I do. She was so...read more
[Editor's Note: We asked Livtar Singh to share the story of the track 'Beyond the Far Horizon' from his new album 'Mountain of Smoke.] Beyond the Far Horizon, there is....nothing? We are hurtling through space, moving in every dimension, yet we never move at all. This...read more
Snatam Kaur performed ‘Darashan Maago’ from her Grammy-Nominated album, Beloved. This shabd was requested by the academy after reviewing the album.read more
Snatam Kaur, who has received her first Grammy nomination in the New Age category for her album Beloved in this year’s 61st Grammy Awards, will be performing at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony. To watch with Snatam Kaur's fans around the globe, tune in...read more
Aquarian Legacy Productions short film about GuruGanesha was the 2ND PLACE WINNER in the Conscious Good’s Spirit Film Festival.read more
The week starts on a New Moon. From that moment on, the Moon is waxing - growing larger and larger each day, and staying up later and later each night. Notice how your energy and your emotional reserves grow as the Moon grows. This is a week when you can choose more...
For now, we are asked to turn our attention inward and focus on our dreams and values that matter most. Bring things to a close and wrap up any loose ends. Take time to look inward and reflect before making any major moves.