The Kundalini Research Institute is honoring Karta Singh with their 2011 Outstanding Service Award. You’ll see why when you watch this 40 minute video class of him teaching on the Air Tattva.
Karta Singh is the Founding Director of the Amrit Nam Sarovar Yoga School (ANS) and is a Lead Trainer in the Aquarian Trainer Academy.
In the mid-seventies, Yoga Bhajan first crossed Karta’s path. Immediately, he recognized him as the teacher he had been looking for. Karta followed Yogi Bhajan in his vision to build a global community whose founding principle was the spirit, which created a common bond between all mankind. Karta made it his mission to help people transform and realize their full human potential. He started training teachers before the KRI Teacher Training program existed. As a pioneer he created programs in France, Belgium, England, Russia, Austria, and Switzerland. Karta reached out with teacher training to as many people as possible.
Since Yogi Bhajan’s passing in October 2004, Karta began to ask himself: How far are we on the road towards an inclusive and enlightened society? How can we live in dharma (righteous living) in the West today? How can we facilitate a strong sense of living for each other? How can spirituality truly guide us in our lives? On his land in the French Alps he started building a space that could serve as a foundation for living the teachings. He considers Le Martinet a sign post that welcomes people looking for a spiritual home: people living for each other, beyond borders, beliefs, and religions.