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Sangeet Kaur Khalsa

About Sangeet Kaur Khalsa

For over 30 years, Sangeet Kaur Khalsa, sat at Yogi Bhajan's feet, as often as her busy life allowed, soaking in every possible bit of information on women's wisdom. He trained her and often personally challenged and molded her.

On the morning of New Years Day, 1991 in Phoenix, Arizona, Sangeet woke up with a start and the phrase, "Womanheart" imprinted in her mind.

Over a -week period she and Creator nurtured the heart of Womanheart. It was more than a program of yoga, meditation, chanting, and loving communion with other women. More than a workshop revealing that sometimes men's and women's relationships are like "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde vs. The Thirty Faces of Eve." [A chapter in Sangeet's classic Womanheart book]

It was the invitation for women to nourish themselves completely and open up to walk their own deepest spiritual path. It was to provide the catalyst for the most profound changes a woman can experience in this lifetime.

Womanheart has evolved from evening classes to workshops, and then in 1995 a four day retreat, held twice a year with the invaluable help of her male business partner, now husband, Hari Nam Singh and an all volunteer staff of women.

Sangeet's mission is to "reach a million women with the message of their own grace and dignity and the tools to assure themselves of this everyday". I tell women, 'There are many places you can go to change your mind. You came here to change your life. Take these experiences into the core of your heart. If the world goes to hell in a hand basket, I won't and don't you either. Some of us need to be strong. We need to be steady, conscious, and elevated. We have to look to our own sacredness and build it, and from that make that great connection that will never be broken.

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