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RA MA Institute Founder & Teacher Guru Jagat’s Cause of Death


It is with the deepest sorrow to announce Mrs. Jagat’s death. Guru Jagat’s cause of death has been clarified; stay with us for more details.

Guru Jagat, well known for Katie Griggs, found a yoga practice over 18 years. She is mostly famous for being the founder of the RA MA Institute.

Her friends have referred to her as a person who “always dreamt of being a rock star” and also a person who “always wanted to be famous.”

RA MA Institute Founder & Teacher Guru Jagat's Cause of Death
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Mrs. Jagat said in one of her interviews: “What my teachers have told me is that if you serve and give everything you can. Then all the rest of it will come.”

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Guru Jagat’s Cause of Death

RA MA Institute Founder & Teacher Guru Jagat's Cause of Death
Death is the only wise advisor that we have. — Don Juan

According to sources, Guru Jagat’s cause of death was a pulmonary embolism. She was suffered from a pulmonary embolism following ankle surgery, passed away at the age of 41.

Mrs. Jagat died on August 2, 2021, after battling with Pulmonary Embolism, known as a blood clot in the Lungs and damages part of the lung due to restricted blood flow.

It is written on her grieve: “Jason and I are heartbroken by the loss of someone who has left an incredible legacy in the well-being world and was a life-changing visionary to so many leaders and experts.”

After she passed away, some who are managing her account on Instagram wrote: “Community. THANK YOU all for the tremendous outpouring of prayers, love, support, and strength. Your intention and practice are deeply felt through time and space.”

It was added: ” Together, we are helping to create and hold the space of healing and miracles needed for Guru Jagat right now. To keep our incredible community unified in prayer during these pivotal days ahead, a live stream of the Guru Ram Das meditation is now open on zoom 24/7 so we can chant together around the world.”

It is written: “Join at the link below and continue to help us send Guru Jagat the strongest beams of healing and strength we can collectively hold. What’s needed most right now is this – your most powerful and intentional prayers. And your practice- your diligent, steady, and most devotional practice. We love you all more than we can express. Thank you. Sat Nam”

Her husband expressed himself on Guru’s Instagram account: “In a world where death is the hunter, my friend, there is no time for regrets or doubts. There is only time for decisions. Death is the only wise advisor that we have. Whenever you feel, as you always do, that everything is going wrong and you’re about to be annihilated, turn to your death and ask if that is so.”

He added: ” Your death will tell you that you’re wrong; that nothing really matters outside its touch. Your death will tell you, ‘I haven’t touched you yet.’ — Don Juan. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the outpouring of prayers & well wishes. We are so grateful. My body is weak, but my spirit is STRONG!!!”

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Reactions to Guru Jagat’s Death

One tweeted: “Multiple reports on social that Katie Griggs, a.k.a. Guru Jagat, died yesterday. She was in her early 40s. Griggs co-led RA MA Institute, a sect of Kundalini Yoga, in Venice Beach, CA. She claimed authority via yoga cult leader, predator, and crime boss, Yogi Bhajan (d. 2004).”

One wrote: “As sad as GuruJagat’s death is, we must resist the temptation to mythologize her… RT @matthewremski: Some #yoga people will have the kind impulse to memorialize Katie Griggs in glowing terms. But when they do, conspirituality at RA MA and intergenerational abuse… #kundalini.”

One expressed: “V sorry to hear about the passing of Guru Jagat. Didn’t know her or keep up with her work; she just made an impression on me when we last talked.”

One shared: “she passed away so suddenly, such a strong soul that really taught me to open my mind to so many subjects and sides of conversations. You’re in a much better place. No doubt. RIP Guru Jagat.”

“I’m a serial entrepreneur.”

One said: “Shocked to hear about the death of Guru Jagat. Her teaching gifts and who she was emanated powerfully. I loved listening to her; she was a true maverick in the RA MA Kundalini yoga community and beyond. We love you Guru Jagat. Thank you. Akal Akal Akal.”

One wrote: “Guru Jagat’s sudden passing has me all kinds of f***ed up tbh. I just stepped back into kundalini, finding my way back to where I can teach again after everything, and I admire her so much as a larger-than-life presence in the community. An inconceivable loss.”

One tweeted: “That for all her classes, for all the times she taught and chanted the mantra, Sat Nam, that even just a small minority of those times she actually meant it and shared it with sincerity. I’ll never know the sincerity of Guru Jagat. She did pass away very young.”

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More to Know About Guru Jagat

RA MA Institute Founder & Teacher Guru Jagat's Cause of Death
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In 2013, Mrs. Jagat founded the popular Venice Kundalini yoga studio RA MA. She had managed multiple classes and workshops all over the world.

She lectures several times at the Harvard Divinity School. She not only created her own business school but also created a women’s leadership society.

Noted, she published several books and yoga workbooks called Invincible Living. She produced and launched RA MA TV and RA MA Records.

As a renowned yoga coach, she influenced many Hollywood celebrities, including Kate Hudson, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Rutherford.

She quoted in her book: “Sometimes, even with the most precise intuition, you don’t know what life is going to throw at you. Or you could see it coming and still not be able to stave it off.

She wrote: “That is life and part of the cycles of experience. It’s not always going to be easy or fun. But with a sacred outlook, you are training yourself to be a true practitioner of human wisdom and dignity in every moment of your life.”

Mrs. Jagat was sometimes called “the punk rock Kundalini teacher.” She wrote on the RA MA homepage: “May the Punk Rock, Constant Questioner, Rebel with a Cause, immediate Intellectual, Community Organizer, GrassRooter, Boot Strapper, Warrior, Winner, Victor, Real Friend, Enlightened Leader, & Don’t Stop til you Drop Ethos keep you.”

Please let us know if you have read her book or follow her methods and have learned anything from her.

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