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  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 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 d

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    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 written well. Anyway, this is justified for as much hate as the author writes on the internet about p

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    I was expecting a full expose on Yogi Bhajan, what I got was a very long story about finding a wife in India and the legal problems that come from it. The little bit on Yogi B was already established some time ago. But still a good read.

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    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 a

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    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 fi

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    Book review: Confessions of an American Sikh by Gursant Singh

    I had opportunity to read this interesting book recently. Not knowing the

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

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    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

  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 like i am Gursant invisible companion and experiencing all the life events with him. The way the book is written impressed me a lot. The highlight of the book is the chapter where Gursant stands upto Yogi and confronts him about Yogi's intention of snatching his house. when i was reading

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

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Ppin. 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 historyWhilst engaging there are parts that are hard going hence the 4 starMy eyes were opened about Yogi Bhajan kundalini yoga the India justice system and the troubles in India that I do recollect from the news years ago although not in the way he described it Always good to have a different perspective on the news which is usually biased The Isles eyes were opened about Yogi Bhajan kundalini yoga the India justice system and the troubles in India that I do recollect from the news years ago although not in the way he described it Always good to have a different perspective on the news which is usually biased

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1281. 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 written well Anyway this is justified for as much hate as the author writes on the internet about people he doesn t even know I would love to get my money back Green dog trumpet and other stories even know I would love to get my money back

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Shi. 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 Bhajan and his empire This is a book that seeks the truth and on a highly personal level I found it to be very even handed toward Yogiji and 3HO Anyone who feels otherwise is probably concerned with their own house of cards tumbling down I am so glad I read this book I strongly recommend it to anyone on ANY spiritual path Charlatans abound in this world and claim to hold the keys to the truth Big thank you to Gursant for risking it all to put out this amazing book Here is to finding personal truth