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1281. I would actually give it 4 and half stars The vividness of the details that the author uses to describe India make you feel like you are there at times Gurusant Singh was a conman and doesn t hide that At times you find yourself really hating the guy and some of his arrogance and plans for world dominition as a Khalsa made me want to puke Other times you feel genuinely sorry for him and his plight especially when dealing with the Indian authorities I admired and was able to relate to his spiritual aspirations I have some experiences with 3ho and Kundalini yoga and was a hairbreath away from taking a yoga teacher course I thank God that I didn t go through with it At times you want to ask him what were you thinking and You didn t see that coming but so is life You can t judge someones stupid decisions without realizing that you ve had some stupid ideas as wellHe really takes you on a rollercoaster ride with this biographyI m glad I read it though I m not sure who I d recommend it to Any unsuspecting person who is taking a Kundalini Yoga class should read this book and save their time and money Any person who has an interest in cults would love it The general reader would enjoy aspects of it I would like to learn a little about Sihkism in general after reading this book and would like to some day visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar

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Ppin. This book is an ok read Slightly disappointed with the story however ok to read as has some good bits in it

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Shi. I thought this book was incredibly insightful into the true origins of Kundalini yoga and the whole western obsession with it The author can be a bit misogynistic while talking about the arranged marriage he was seeking while in India but learning about how different Indian culture is regarding marriage women s rights and social norms was fascinating If you are considering getting into Kundalini Yoga I suggest you read this first This is a first hand account from someone who was in Yogi Bhajan s inner circle while he was still alive and faithfully followed him for 30 years I learned so much about Sikhi the Indian criminal justice system and the 3HO movement Highly recommended


11 thoughts on “ Confessions of an American Sikh: Locked up in India, corrupt cops & my escape from a \

  1. says:

    I would actually give it 4 and half stars. The vividness of the details that the author uses to describe India make you feel like you

  2. says:

    I wish I could say I read the book from cover to cover but it was hard to get through. I probably read 50 pages. Was not

  3. says:

    I was expecting a full expose on Yogi Bhajan, what I got was a very long story about finding a wife in India and

  4. says:

    I thought this book was incredibly insightful into the true origins of Kundalini yoga and the whole western obsession with it! The author can be a bit misogynistic while talking about the arranged marriage he was seeking while in India, but learning about how different Indian culture is regarding marriage, wome

  5. says:

    This book is extremely well written. It is a very honest, self reflective account into one man's spiritual journey. Apparently there are 3HO members who have dedicated an extreme amount of energy in discrediting Gursant Singh. I find this very telling indeed. This isn't some frivolous, gossipy account of Yogi Bh

  6. says:

    Book review: Confessions of an American Sikh by Gursant Singh

    I had opportunity to read this interesting book recently. Not knowing the author from any of his past writings I was apprehensive to start reading a large book. However I was pleasantly surprised to find how reader friendly his style was. Since the book was based

  7. says:

    A great insight into the 3HO organisiation and the complexities of the Indian legal and social system. I am impressed with t he auth

  8. says:

    The book is what I feel is an honest account Gursant Singh trapped in India under trumped up charges. What started off as a simple trip to have dental work done and a visit to what he considered his holy temple turned into a nightmare. He describes in detail his own history, the history of 3HO and a short version of the Sikh history.
    Whils

  9. says:

    This book is an ok read. Slightly disappointed with the story, however ok to read as has some good bits in it

  10. says:

    All i say is that the book is written very honestly and simple language is used keeping target readers in mind. While reading the book, i felt l

  11. says:

    A warts and all Journey narrated in a very humorous and likeable way, giving a valuable insight of Yogi Bhajhan's doctrines and way of life.

    This gentleman's faith and resolve are an eye opener. He should be commended on see

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