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ANGELSGYMSINGH

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About ANGELSGYMSINGH

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  • Birthday 02/13/1959

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Des Moines Iowa
  • Interests
    Writting, Meditation, Music, Healing Arts
  1. My name is Gurjot Singh and although I look like a native Pujab Sikh, I am a Sikh of Afro-american lineage. I have found that there are a few Indo-aryan customs that I have had to omit in order to maintain my 5 K's. One of them is how I maintain my Kesh. I keep my hair in dreds. I use the kanga to comb or brush my beard but my fingers and a brush is all I use on my head hair. As my dreds have become quite long, thick and heavy and to maintain cleanliness I have to tighten the dreads at the roots, I use a more Afro-american (woolen) wrap for my hair much like turbans worn by Sikhs and Blacks in West Africa. My hair is wraped in a spiral circle around the top of my head. This way I can exercise and wash the hair daily which is not a normal Afro-american practice. This is preferred to the cotton wrap that I usually only use for very special occasions. Punjab Sikhs began my path as a Sikh and I am beholden to them as I have gone through alot of growth to learn to be myself and also be as true to the marvolous culture that introduced me to the Guru. This little change as well as some others have still not affected my love for the sikh practices that now are simply who I am more than what faith I belong to. Perhaps that is the way for anyone who loves the path that our Guru's have built for us and the Sri Guru Granth Sahib has guided us to follow. Much love to my young brothers and sisters... Sat Sri Akal..... Wahe Guru Ki Kal khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh. My name is Gurjot Singh and although I look like a native Pujab Sikh, I am a Sikh of Afro-american lineage. I have found that there are a few Indo-aryan customs that I have had to omit in order to maintain my 5 K's. One of them is how I maintain my Kesh. I keep my hair in dreds. I use the kanga to comb or brush my beard but my fingers and a brush is all I use on my head hair. As my dreds have become quite long, thick and heavy and to maintain cleanliness I have to tighten the dreads at the roots, I use a more Afro-american (woolen) wrap for my hair much like turbans worn by Sikhs and Blacks in West Africa. My hair is wraped in a spiral circle around the top of my head. This way I can exercise and wash the hair daily which is not a normal Afro-american practice. This is preferred to the cotton wrap that I usually only use for very special occasions. Punjab Sikhs began my path as a Sikh and I am beholden to them as I have gone through alot of growth to learn to be myself and also be as true to the marvolous culture that introduced me to the Guru. This little change as well as some others have still not affected my love for the sikh practices that now are simply who I am more than what faith I belong to. Perhaps that is the way for anyone who loves the path that our Guru's have built for us and the Sri Guru Granth Sahib has guided us to follow. Much love to my young brothers and sisters... Sat Sri Akal..... Wahe Guru Ki Kal khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh.
  2. You are all too kind for words. We are a powerful Culture. To harm an to heal is well within our skill set as the Guru has placed within us the powers that allow us to see Waheguru in everything we do. I invite my younger brother and sisters to the channel www.youtube.com/ANGELSGYMSINGH. Even though fitness is my profession next to being an author (http://www.amazon.co...n/dp/1608609200) I am reminded the Guru Gobind Singh wanted us to exercise everyday day to be able to seek, restore, maintain or establish harmony within and without, through harming or healing. I leave this video to help those that need it,,,, Waheguru Ji Kal Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.... http://www.youtube.com/user/ANGELSGYMSINGH?feature=mhee#p/a/u/0/H_-jhQyBRHo
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