Lies and Deceit in the name of 'Sat Nam'.

Together with a colleague, Dr Ron Alexander wanted to study Yogi Bhajan's meditative abilities.

Yogi Bhajan agreed to get them 'in',

but then refused to be measured.

After attending a number of YB's lectures, the young scientists concluded that 95% of the teachings were junk. They saw how stories beyond believability were accepted by devotees.

Read more about Dr Ron's research


As a child, GuruNam Atwal

who was born and raised in the 3HO community, felt the discrepancy between

what the adults said and what they did.

She explains how she learned

to deny her own truth.

More about Gurunam's story on the page on the 2nd generation - Link

Abuse in 3HO Kundalini Yoga

When Yogi Bhajan was very sick at the end,

he liked to have Siri Nirongkar around him.

Siri talks about

the junk food that killed YB.

Read more about Siri's story


KWTC Lecture July 25, 1984

While Yogi Bhajan was preaching a healthy diet, he was not so strict on food for himself.

One day he invited students to 'come at him',

Kirtan Kaur accepted the challenge and

confronted Yogi Bhajan with his overweight.

Listen to her story.

In 2013 Philip Deslippe,

an historian who used to practise Kundalini Yoga, wrote a scientifc article

'From Maharaj to Mahan Tantric'


about the lies Yogi Bhajan had told about his past, his teachers and

the origin of his version of Kundalini Yoga.

So much happened right in the open ...

There is a lot that people willfully ignored.

says Mani Niall.

One day Yogi Bhajan asked them to write down the 10 things to appear more spiritual.

In 1986

Tej Steiner discovered how Yogi Bhajan

had been systematically sexually abusing

his secretaries and witnessed the arrest

of GuruJot Singh on drug trafficking charges.

He called upon his peers to take a stand and question their spiritual leader.

As a result he was shunned, slandered and isolated. Yogi Bhajan even uttered a death threat against him.

LISTEN to his story - LINK

In 1977 Dr.Trilochan Singh

wrote an  interesting book

'Sikhism and Tantric Yoga'


He is a renowned Sikh writer.

He knew Yogi Bhajan rather well and was very unhappy with the way YB intertwined yoga and Sikhism.

In the book, he gives details of YB's 1970 visit to India with 84 of his students. After that trip, 80 students dropped out. During this visit, Yogi Bhajan broke with his old teachers. From then on he also changed the stories he gave about the origins of his yoga knowledge.