The book that shook the 3HO Kundalini Yoga world

at the beginning of 2020.

Premka abuse in 3HO Kundalini Yoga

 ... So right then and there a spontaneous prayer was evoked...

a passionate plea to God for the stamina to withstand whatever challenges might come. I resolved to defy, to override, my rational mind, to disregard my own intuitive voice, to dedicate myself to following this spiritual teacher wherever he might lead me. 


extract from Premka*

pg. 42 - Chapter 'Meltdown at Melrose'



*the author provided this and other quotes from her book to be shared on this site

Dr Ron Alexander on the assaults that Pamela Dyson had to endure after the release of her book ...

GuruNischan talks about what the reading of  Pamela's book

did to her...

Mani Niall recognised in this book the patterns of YB's misconduct as he experienced it in his 'small' role.

Due to the avalanche of reactions

this book received,

the leadership of the international Kundalini Yoga organisations

could no longer look away.


In March 2020, they commissioned

an independent report from

An Olive Branch.

On her Blog,

Pamela Dyson shares more stories and reflections.

She elaborates on topics like her return to New Mexico,

the lawsuit and how she was finally able to liberate herself fully from Yogi Bhajan and what she calls the 3HO cult.

Some YouTube Links


  • Part 1: "To the Teachers" - Pamela Saharah Dyson - Link
  • Part 2: "Day 1 with Yogi Bhajan" - Pamela Saharah Dyson - Link
  • "we went along with it" Pamela Saharah Dyson, interview clip 3 - Link
  • Part 3: "It was strictly rotating around him at all times" - Link
  • Interview Steven Hassan - Ex-3HO Official Pamela Dyson Discusses Yogi Bhajan’s Use of Sex, Money & Power to Deceive & Control - Link

A few months before the Coronavirus hit humanity,

this book unleashed a storm that ripped through

the international Kundalini Yoga community.


In 'Premka. White Bird in a Golden Cage. My life with Yogi Bhajan', Pamela Saharah Dyson testifies about the sixteen years

she spent close to Yogi Bhajan.


While telling her story of sexual and power abuse,

she also takes a critical look at her own part in the story.

She was number two in the organisation for many years.


Her book encouraged many other people

who had suffered from Yogi Bhajan's abuse and misconduct

to start sharing their own stories.


In the history records of KYatbYB

this book will appear as a major milestone.