Your Colorado Sikh Dharma Ministers
Sardarni Sahiba Sat Tara Kaur Khalsa began studying with Yogi Bhajan in 1972. After studying comparative religion at Smith College, and exploring various spiritual paths for five years, it was “love at first breath”. She was the first employee of the Kundalini Research Institute, before returning to school to get her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling. She was the co-director of 3HO of Illinois and organized 10 White Tantric
Yoga courses in Chicago. Sat Tara Kaur taught Kundalini Yoga in various locations for 32 years. She loves White Tantric Yoga and has had the blessing of being able to participate in over 200 courses, including 51 Solstices. In 1981, she became a minister of Sikh Dharma.
Sat Tara Kaur is presently the Sikh Dharma of Colorado community liaison and on the Community Development Committee. She also works part-time as a licensed psychotherapist, specializing in psychological/spiritual approaches to releasing traumatic experiences, divorce-related issues, and immigration evaluations. She has produced four CDs for self-therapy and is the author of Divorce Survival and Recovery. For five years, she was the founder and director of Women’s Global Forum, a consortium of over 100 international organizations dedicated to helping women in creative ways. She also enjoys being a volunteer teacher English at Intercambio. Her website is SatTaraTherapy.com.
Sat Tara Kaur and Akbar Singh married at Winter Solstice in 1997. They have two grown children. Together, they enjoy hiking in the incredibly beautiful mountains around Boulder.
Sardarni Sahiba SimranKaur Khalsa
Born in Los Angeles, SimranKaur spent her formative years in France, returning to the United States at age 21. In addition to English, SimranKaur speaks French and German.
She is a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and a Spiritual Counselor and Energy Light Worker.
As a Sikh Dharma Minister, SimranKaur’s involvement in outreach and interfaith work started in 2001, collaborating with different Interreligious Councils throughout Southern California, such as the Culver City Area Interfaith Alliance, the Interreligious Council of Southern California, Unity-and-Diversity World Council, the Women’s Interfaith Committee, South Coast Interfaith Council, and the Southern California Committee for the Parliament of the Worlds Religions.
SimranKaur feels that it has been an incredible privilege for her to be a representative for the Sikh community. This opportunity has enriched her life, and brought her closer to understanding the profound knowledge and wisdom of the Guru.
Her love for humanity, and her vision of a world united through the heart, inspires her to help bridge the teachings of Sikh Dharma and Kundalini Yoga, to uplift young Sikh kids, and to sing the divine words of the Sikh Sacred Text.
SimranKaur envisions manifesting a world of peace, abundance, and higher consciousness, where all people can be guided by their inner divine truth, to serve and uplift one another.
It is such a joy for her to see people have their lives changed through her spiritual counseling.
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