User Guidelines and Policies

From 1969 to 2004, Yogi Bhajan delivered over 8,200 lectures, gurdwara talks and Kundalini Yoga classes in a variety of venues. Over 6,500 of these lectures were recorded and there is an ongoing process to transcribe these recordings.

The Kundalini Research Institute believes these lectures will benefit all students and makes them freely available to the general public. We encourage donations and sponsorships to help us continue the process of making these materials available and to add features to this website.

This page describes the user guidelines and policies associated with The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® web site.

Content Access and License

For use of the lecture materials (including transcripts, quotations, photos or media), please refer to our Copyright License . For inquiries about permission to use the material on this website, please contact lot@kriteachings.org .

Content Disclaimer

Please Note: These lectures are unedited, literal transcriptions of the lecture recordings. Yogi Bhajan's teaching style uses the model: "Poke, Provoke, Confront, and Elevate". These transcripts and recordings may contain uncensored language or topics that reflect Yogi Bhajan's intentional teaching style.

Registered User Account Policies

All visitors are welcome to register with The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® web site. Registered users are provided with additional features, including the ability to bookmark and annotate lectures.

The Kundalini Research Institute reserves the right to deactivate user accounts and/or revoke additional features as they see fit (see User Annotations).

User Annotation Guidelines and Policies

The User Annotations feature provides an opportunity for posting solid contributions by registered users of The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® . We welcome your thoughtful descriptions of your experiences in practicing Yogi Bhajan's teachings or notations related to specific topics taught by Yogi Bhajan.

  1. When users register on the web site, by default they are granted permission to submit lecture annotations. Submissions are subject to review and approval by KRI. Once approved, notations will appear next to the lecture and will be visible to the general public.

  2. If a user consistently posts inappropriate content, permission to submit annotations may be revoked by site administrators.

    Inappropriate content includes (but is not exclusive to):

    • content unrelated to the lectures or inaccurate information
    • content unrelated to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan
    • abusive or disrespectful language
    • any content determined to detract from web site usage

KRI makes no claims regarding the validity or efficacy of user comments and all disclaimers pertaining to this web site apply to user comments and published KRI materials.