SPECIAL EDITION! SANGEET NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Many friends of our beloved Sangeet have been doing fund-raising to help support her through surgery, unexpected complications, and treatments since April 16th. These are ongoing, have life changing ramifications and require much future expense as well.

If you’d like to join them, her long-time friend Attorney Jerome Landau has set up a special account and checks can be written and mailed to:

“Jerome Alan Landau FBO Sangeet Khalsa”
8711 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd, #208, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
(“FBO” means 'For the Benefit Of' and can only be used for the person named).

Here are three poignant letters and updates from caring students and friends.

Dear Friends and Family of Sangeet,

Our dearest Sangeet has been in serious difficulties, in and after surgery. She has stood at death’s door twice since she entered the hospital on April 16th for a full lumbar laminectomy. Following surgery, she went into pulmonary collapse. She is also being treated for a severe infectious disease and so much more! Through three hospitals she has struggled and won, slow step by slow step.

She is still under close monitoring while learning new ways to walk and resume coordination.

Her biggest challenges are ahead, but her soul and mind are clear. The gifts flowing to her as a master teacher are immense.…

Read more: SPECIAL EDITION! SANGEET NEEDS YOUR HELP!

A Personal Journey

[It is the rarest of souls that are presented with the opportunity to leave the Earthly realm and go Home to the etheric realms to be welcomed Home with honor. Rarer still are the few who chose to turn that aside to continue their earthly mission.

The following is my account of one of those souls, my wife Sangeet, who is very special to me and to so many others. The events in this story happened over April and May 2018.]

I slumped onto the floor with my knees tight up against my aching chest, tears rolling down my face soaking the days-old clothes I was wearing.

“Has Sangeet taught her final class?” “Has the final question unknowingly been asked by a student?” “Was it at least a good one?” “Was the 10-hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training class she taught the day before her 5-hour spinal surgery the swan song of this dedicated, genuine, and beloved teacher?”

“Have I hugged my wife for the very last time?”

“What will we all do, Now?”

My mind was racing a thousand thoughts a moment. And then it was as if I could hear Sangeet in the Emergency Room speak to me through the wall my back was pressed up against to “breathe deep, I am still here.”

I think this is when Amar Atma Singh Khalsa recited the “final prayers” of all Sikhs – just to be sure all bases were covered.…

Read more: A Personal Journey