Gurdwara - What Guru Teg Bahadur Represents

 
Date:
December 12, 1988
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
 
 

Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa, Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

We sit here today in memory to understand that what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur represent to us. There was no absolute disturbance, things were all set and right, life was very creative, life was with understanding and Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. was all around very flourished. There was no disturbance of any time. I mean, what I mean to say to you is that that was one stage of the Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. when Sikhs were comfortable, preaching was on. Gurdwaras and GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. houses were well attended and everything was normal.

We from the day one of the conception of Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. had a fight. Fight was not to fight. Fight was to walk towards God and man started walking towards God. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. established the power of God and made the man realize that earth is temporary. Man realizes earth is permanent. There is no difference between a person who goes on the highway and picks up a stone and writes his name, thinks it will live forever. Or a child who goes in the school takes the knife and cut the tree and write or insert his name, think it'll live forever. There is no difference absolutely when a human thinks earth is forever. It is just like, you can well understand it, if you go to examination hall to graduate and you decide to sit in the examination hall forever. Exactly, if you cannot sit in the examination hall forever, how can you stay on the earth forever?

Earth is not for man. Earth is to recognize the Infinite in the finite; in God, here, now. That's why Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is based on the principle of Cherdi Kala everlasting, ever rising courage.

We never have asked God not to give us troubles. We have always asked God to give us courage. You must understand when you pray; you pray that, 'God don't give us trouble,' you are in trouble. Your trouble start that day when you do not face trouble. Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. says, 'face trouble, it is also gift of God.'

'Ketia Dookh Bukh Sad Maar, Eh Bhe Daat Teree Daataar,

Band Khalasi Paney Ho.'

Human life on the earth is to pay KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. .

When I talk to you, the Western people you do not understand it at all. It is not your cup of tea. I realize that but fact is the life on this earth is to pay respect to the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. . Pay them, clean yourself, go back in the lap of God. Life on the earth is not to be successful on the earth alone, life on the earth is delightfully be successful within you here and hereafter. That's why GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. has a direct confrontation with Babar the Mogul ruler of that time and the confrontation has never ended. Confrontation has not ended even today. It cannot end because the century, the acceptance of God is not acceptable to the man. Man doesn't accept God.

Man does not trust God. Man does not believe in God. There are twenty two religions. They are all very beautiful, they all offer you one thing. If you be with God you'll be blessed. If you be with God you'll be happy. If you give anything in the name of God in heavens you'll get boys, girls, virgins, and you will drink, there will be rivers of wines and those kind of stuff. Sometimes I feel very funny about it. I am asking, 'will my soul like to drink wine? Will my soul like to have an intercourse? Will my soul will like to marry? Are these religions true? Do they say in their scripture everything is truth? Do they understand when the body leaves only what leaves is the soul, not this body, not these tattvasTattvas A category of cosmic existence; a stage of reality or being; a "thatness" of differentiated qualities. In total there are 36 tattvas. Each wave of differentiation has its own rules and structure. The final five tattvas are called the gross elements and have the phasic qualities and relationships of ether, air, fire, water, and earth. ?' TattvasTattvas A category of cosmic existence; a stage of reality or being; a "thatness" of differentiated qualities. In total there are 36 tattvas. Each wave of differentiation has its own rules and structure. The final five tattvas are called the gross elements and have the phasic qualities and relationships of ether, air, fire, water, and earth. have the rasas, rasa have the needs, soul doesn't have tattva neither soul needs anything what we have here.

There are five tattvasTattvas A category of cosmic existence; a stage of reality or being; a "thatness" of differentiated qualities. In total there are 36 tattvas. Each wave of differentiation has its own rules and structure. The final five tattvas are called the gross elements and have the phasic qualities and relationships of ether, air, fire, water, and earth. , there are seven Chakras and they are here. Soul doesn't have anything. I mean to say it is just like a bird living in a cage and when the bird fly away, what the cage means and what are the accessories of the cage means? Will the bird carry the newspaper for his droppings because in the cage he needed a newspaper to do the dropping? I don't understand. That is what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. says. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. says 'Trust God.'

'Ketia Dookh Bukh Sad Maar Eh Bhe Daat Teree Daataar.'

'If there is a pain and discomfort and tragedy and it is hundred time God I accept that as thy gift.'

And what's this yogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. ? Where pair of the opposite do not affect. When good and bad are alike. Is there a day in man's life when he feels he is one with God and God create one simple thing, the whole universe. In that some of us are tall, some of us are short, some are fat, some of are;

'Ek Nihali Pais Vane ko Upar Rehan kade.'

'There are some who sleeps in their bed and there are some who just fan them.'

And Nanak says you are the great of all. You know what you are doing. Man has never understood his destiny. Man doesn't have even the dignity to understand his destiny. Forget about performing it.

All my life I have understood everybody I have talked to they just want to be rich. They think richness can protect them. No, richness cannot protect you. Richness is not all. I have seen with my own eyes man with a single loincloth and I have seen the greatest man, most powerful man. The man who control a distance and destiny of hundreds and thousands and million people going and bowing to him. Now how can a naked man a Fakir, a Dervish can command over a man of wealth? Because this is contained, content and fulfilled man. That's the life of a Gursikh. Gursikh does not find God. Gursikh is in line of God. That's the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. 's word does not mean that you can become super and you become minor or major. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. only tells you a way of acceptance God.

Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is not based on any tranquility or any war. Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is based on an understanding. People who talk to each other to create an understanding, they are angels, they are saints. People who talk to each other to convince each other or to impress each other or to con each other or to blow each other off or do all that, are devils. That's the only difference. Man of God will elevate anyone he touches, sees or speaks to. Man of evil will bring down the spirit of everyone who he sees, feels and touches. That's why Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is based on Cherdi Kala.

When the Mogul emperor saw the valley of Kashmir and saw it is a heaven on the earth, there is nothing more beautiful he said, "It should be only inhabited only by the Moslems." That the emperor decided and what he decided to convert, every Hindu to Islam by force and all these Brahmins walked unto GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur. What I said in the beginning everything was very comfortable. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur asked them, "What do you want?"

He said, "We need the sacrifice of the one who is the loftiest of all, to stop this."

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur answered that, "What your KarmasKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. are, it requires the sacrifice of the holiest of the holy."

And GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. the son, less than nine year old, said, "Who is holier than holy than you my father?"

A son confirmed the holiness of the father. Son carried the image, the reality, the truth, the expansion, the feeling, the experience of the father because GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. was also not only a son, he was a student of the great GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. . Because a student carries the teacher, son serves the father. There is a deadly difference between the two which can never be one. A student carries the teacher. A son serves the father. Son recognize the lineage, the family, the destiny, the tree of family. Students carry the knowledge, the Infinity and the light of the teacher. So GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. was a student as well as a son.

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur walked himself to Agra asking the emperor that "You want to convert entire Kashmir? Convert me."

Now I am asking you all who think yourself human being, just imagine a man who was worshipped, adored, loved, who was a God himself, went to the emperor himself. "Convert me." Don't... That is a Sikh, that is the basic message of a Sikh. When he does SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. , service to those who need it. SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. at the cost of one's life, that's what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur represents. He went to serve not, not to give LungarLangar , Lungar Free kitchen associated with Sikh worship service. , not to give clothing, not to give money. No, he gave himself to serve a cause, a purpose, a challenge. KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. .

Emperor said, "You want to be converted not?"

He said, "It is a very simple thing; the Kashmir all Brahmins have written if GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur get converted to Islam there is no need of coming and beating us all up. We all voluntarily will become Moslems. So here I am."

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur went there with five beloved students and sons. Before him each one was boiled and they were tortured to death that no human dignity can tolerate. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur was imprisoned in a cage where neither he can sit nor he could stand. Torture was so much,

'Ketia Dookh Bukh Sad Maar' one line of the JapjiJapji , Japji Sahib The Song of the Soul written by the First Sikh Guru, Guru Naanak Dayv Jee. Saadhana opens with a recitation of Japji each morning at 3:40 am. A mantra, poem, and inspired religious scripture composed by Guru Nanak. Japji Sahib gives a view of the cosmos, the soul, the mind, the challenge of life, and the impact of our actions. Its 40 stanzas are a source of many mantras and can be used as a whole or in part to guide both your mind and your heart. twenty "Bahutaa karam likhi-aa naa jaa-i." which pauriPauri Literally step or ladder. Refers to a particular poetic form used in Siri Guru Granth Sahib. is that?

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YB: Twenty-fifth? Whosoever, yeh Var hai, yeh blessing hai, whosoever is poor written by the God Himself on the destiny of the hand, if repeats this pauriPauri Literally step or ladder. Refers to a particular poetic form used in Siri Guru Granth Sahib. eleven times shall become rich. Ridhi, Sidhi, Navniddhi. All wealth, all services, all opportunity will serve that person. I am repeating the line of that.

'Ketia Dookh Bukh Sad Maar Eh Bhe Daat Teree Daataar'

And then, emperor asked a direct question, "Will you accept Islam?"

He says, "Islam means salute to God and being humble. I am already saluting God with every breath of my life and I am already humble before God."

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur got beheaded and order was given at the Chandini Chowk that his body should sit there and rot, so the world may see. One who came for the humanity to serve, that was emperor order. So one son of GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur took away the body to criminate(cremate) and put in his house and put fire to the entire house where GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. Rakab Ganj is. So to criminate (cremate) the body of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. he sacrificed everything he could and one took his head all the way and brought it to GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. .

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. took over at nine year old. But he understood;

'Ketia Dookh Bukh Sad Maar Eh Bhe Daat Teree Daataar'

All things come from God and all things go to God but we don't accept. Look at us. God gave men beard, they don't accept it. Right or not? Man has never accepted God. Man has never accepted unison of the unione into the unisonness of it. There is one God uniform. He created men. We have never accepted Him as a creator. And if we do the lip service, we accept Him and then we don't trust Him. If there is a eventuality, everybody freaks out.

Somebody asked me today, "What is my KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. to come on this earth?"

I said, "KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. is sevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. ."

"What is my KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. on the earth?"

I said, "KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. is a Krishna. Karya Shunna where all polarities stop. Reality prevail."

We who are the Sikhs of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. , we who get our recognized identity, our NamNaam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. , name, noun, name, NamNaam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. , SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. the true name have a destiny. How many millions people live in the world? Five billion people. How many people have destiny from the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. ? None. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. give you the destiny, man lives it. Good and bad, small and big, poor and no poor, doesn't mean a thing. But problem is that we have no courage, no guts, no intelligence developed at all to accept that God is. We don't accept God is, we accept earth is. Ha, ha, ha he has got a great car. Yes, lot of people who have great car do not know Ek Ong Kar. I know that. 'Ah I had such a good sleep, I got up eleven a.m.' How can a person sleep when union with soul and God has to take place? You live by your soul and you have no communication with your soul and soul has no communication with its own Creator.

Yes, soul is in our rib cage, that's true. What we give it? Nothing. We need success. Is there some success more than a man who had to live like a saint, act like a soldier? Is there any better successor?

I was speaking on a function at the Akal Security, I told them one simple story that there was a very religious man who was almost one with God and million people. Now we are professional. They are professional, religion is our profession and normally we all want to look religious and we impress each other, 'I am more religious than others,' and those who are... You know I told you that day that this guy who runs on the Venice beach is still a Sikh and there are Mukhia Singh SahibMukhia Singh Sahib Title for a male regional minister in Sikh Dharma. who have fallen apart. But he is Sikh from day one, he is Sikh today. Now I feel he is a better Sikh than me because he is humble, he is consistent, he is calm, his love is with the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. . There is no left, no right, there is no up, no down, he is who he is. That's the reality.

We do not accept the oneness of God. We feel that if we are successful we are blessed. No, that's not true. Are we content? Are we contained? Does this MayaMaya The creative power of the Creator that restricts and limits. It creates the sense of limitation that leads us to identify with experience, the ego, and things. Because of this it is often thought of as the illusion that blocks us from the spirit. But, as Guru Nanak (see Sikh Gurus) reminds us, you need not be attached to the productions of maya. Instead they can be used to serve and express the higher consciousness and spirit. Maya is simply Karta Purkh, the doing of the Great Being. Maya takes the ineffable into the realm of the measurable. ... If a person comes to a hotel and forgets about his home, would you call him successful? Is that a success? That is what a man has a situation. He on the earth has forgotten that he should not have come to the earth if he has not to pay the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. . And KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. cannot be paid. Let me tell you because I am going to travel my last mile in life. Let me be very honest with you. KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. cannot be paid without DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. . DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. give you courage. Don't be foolish. All this hanky panky is going on without GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. things are okay. It's not true. I knew to the day one I came here, that's why everything here is established in the name of GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. Ram DasGuru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. because without DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. cannot be paid. People who think without DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. they can pay off the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. and be great or not right because life is ups and downs. Life is day and night. Life is richness and poverty.

Today was a very funny day. I was in the morning discussing businesses and accounts and amounts and thousands and hundred thousands and millions, God knows what was going on and Sopurkh you know, is a super computer and she was telling me all the report and I said, "Sopurkh, something is coming to me, I am going to make two formulas of the herb; one for the youth and one for the healing and I don't think anything else I want to do."

She said, "Are you in that mood sir?"

I said, "Yeah I am in that mood."

So what we did is, we wrote down ChakraChakra , Chaakra The word connotes a wheel in action. It usually refers to the seven primary energy centers in the aura that align along the spine from its base to the top of the skull. Each chakra is a center of consciousness with a set of values, concerns, and powers of action associated with it. by ChakraChakra , Chaakra The word connotes a wheel in action. It usually refers to the seven primary energy centers in the aura that align along the spine from its base to the top of the skull. Each chakra is a center of consciousness with a set of values, concerns, and powers of action associated with it. , organ by organ, self by self, herbs which deal with situation in life. I said, "These are the herbs, these are the herbs who shall heal the body, give it to youth and I want to dedicate it to GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. Ram DasGuru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. ."

She said, "Good."

I said, "Check on the telephone GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. Ram DasGuru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. what it means?"

So she looked at the telephone those numbers and we came at I think with fifty four.

Then the second one which was to eliminate all the disease and the garbage and the whole thing, I said, "I want to dedicate to YogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. Bhajan." So we wrote YogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. Bhajan and do you know what the funny thing happened. That was fifty four and that was forty five, number reversed. I might have ignored it but she said, "Look, look the two sides of the coin, look at the number, just reverse the numbers."

I said, "All right, we'll call them R54 and R45 and I want to do this as a great act, last act for all my people."

She said, "Why sir, you feel that way?"

I said, "They are not doing their SadhanaSadhana , Saadhana A spiritual discipline; the early morning practice of yoga, meditation, and other spiritual exercises. The Aquarian Sadhana can be an individual or group practice; Ideally, it includes the recitation of Japji Sahib, a Kundalini Yoga kriya, and chanting the Aquarian Sadhana meditations, immediately followed by Gurdwara. According to Yogi Bhajan, the potency of any Kundalini Yoga and meditation practice will be enhanced in a group setting. , they are not exercising, they do not understand stress is the only disease in the world today."

She said, "How come?"

I said, "I am a YogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. recognized internationally. You can challenge me on that. Canada invited me to in that country as a YogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. , America recognized me and make its citizen as a YogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. and that's the only trademark internationally I am known yogiYogi One who has attained a state of yoga (union) where polarities are mastered and transcended. One who practices the disciplines of yoga and has attained self-mastery. ."

I said, "If overworking and stress can kill me, do you think anybody will be safe?"

And she said, "God you have to be that sick to find this out?"

I said, "That's called paying the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. ."

Great GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. paid the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. to do sevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. , to do service. Offer is being the most peered delightful of light being and save the Brahmins of Kashmir. Not that Muslims were bad. Force was bad.

There are two things worst in the world. Ignorance and when force is multiplied with a ignorance. That's all is hell. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur reminds us to sacrifice oneself for the sake of others. I have never found other formula working. Today I tell you something apologetically; from the day of my birth I am a family man, you all love me, I love you all, I have students, I used to have subordinates, I used to have officer, I have lived all facets of my life as a normal. I don't think anything works other than just one thing. There is only one thing which will bring happiness to the life of a man in abundance - when you put yourself on the side and serve others.

Then God will fill in the gap and shall serve you. I don't think anything else. That is why in Sikh Dharm Sangat Pangat. In Sikh Dharm there are aspect SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. , SimranSimran A deep meditative process in which the naam of the Infinite is remembered and dwelled in without conscious effort. . SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. come first. SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. , SimranSimran A deep meditative process in which the naam of the Infinite is remembered and dwelled in without conscious effort. , BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. , BaniBani Literally "Word", Refers to the Word of God contained in the Sikh Sacred Writings; Banis refers to Sikh daily prayers. . When we gave our head to GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Gobind SinghGuru Gobind Singh Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. what he gave us? BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. , uniform. That's why I was telling those Akal Security men, I said, "I remember one thing; I share you with one story."

There was a dark deadly night out in the nowhere there was a one outpost where one man was guarding it. Property of somebody he was guarding. He was awake and the man who owned it was sleeping. At night somebody came to loot the property, alert man challenged him, fight took place, fire got exchanged, people ran away but the man died. The guard on duty died. The soldier gave his life in honoring his duty, his commitment. Well, on the earth people came, checked it out, took his dead body but when he opened his consciousnessConsciousness The nature of the self and being. In the realm of nature, awareness becomes consciousness. It is from the being itself. Being is expressed in consciousness through contrasts and sensations, in awareness through merger, clarity, and reality. in subtle self, he found himself in the tremendous light. He said, "Who are you?"

He said, "I am God."

He said, "How do I deserve this honor? You must be some angel."

He said, "No, I am the God, I have lot of angels."

He said, "How I deserve this respect or honor that you have come to pick me up?"

He said, "Nobody else in my entire being can pick you up."

He said, "Why?"

He said, "You died for those who I created. I come to receive you because you did that."

He said, "Where are you taking me?"

He said, "You'll rule me within my and you'll sit in my lap."

When God was taking him to the Supreme Heaven there were lot of saints standing in line. He said, "Who are these?"

He said, "These are all holy men, great men who have loved me, who have worshipped me."

He said, "Why they are standing in line?"

He said, "They are processed. They are being processed. We are really checking them out."

He said, "But why not you want me to stand in the line and check out?"

He said, "I cannot separate myself from you."

Saints sit on the right side of the God. Devotee of God sits on the left side of the God but those who give their life in the line of duty sit in the lap of God and that's what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur represents - line of duty, commitment.

It is the commitment of the man. People talk to me I have a light, people talk to me I have a DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. , people talk to me I have a religion, people talk to me I have happiness. I don't believe that. Only one test of happy man is when he comes out and serve those who are unhappy, in the name of God. That man only knows God. Life of a Sikh is he wears BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. . We gave head to the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. and he gave us nothing more, nothing less but BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. , identity. Then we asked for the blessings, he gave us BaniBani Literally "Word", Refers to the Word of God contained in the Sikh Sacred Writings; Banis refers to Sikh daily prayers. . He said, "BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. and BaniBani Literally "Word", Refers to the Word of God contained in the Sikh Sacred Writings; Banis refers to Sikh daily prayers. I give you; to do what? To do sevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. and simranSimran A deep meditative process in which the naam of the Infinite is remembered and dwelled in without conscious effort. ."

That's why Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is based on two things - Cherdi Kala and Ang Sang Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. . God is with me. My proportion of recognizing God is not just trusting God, not just praying God, God is in me. I have ten trillion cell. Each cell has three part; there are thirty trillion God in me. I have to see everything as near, as dear, as effective, as affectionately thirty trillion times to one. Do you have all the capacity? And one who does not have this capacity has not recognized God in himself, how he can see God in others?

You don't see God in yourself, how can you see God in others? Sikh ask this question, "GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. , if I do not see and find God in myself, where I'll find God?"

The GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. answered, "In service of the Sangat. It's a privilege. It is the highest privilege bestowed on a ordinary man. It's a privilege of the highest honor."

Why we come to the GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. and we touch the dust? Are we doing a ritual? No, we are not. We are touching the dust that somebody who has served today, if the dust of that feet can touch my forehead, it may change my destiny. It may give me the courage. It may give me the privilege.

Let us see this is GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. Ram DasGuru Ram Das Fourth Guru of the Sikhs. house. Many people serve it, many people love it, many people adore it, many people will give their life for it but do you know those two lights are off? Somebody didn't check it. Somebody did not verify the fact that house of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. has to be perfected. It has to be served, it has to be acknowledged, it has to just, it is our altar. Exactly this is the character of the Sikh. Wherever he stands in Cherdi Kala, in highest spirit, in elevated self, he serves. He knows or not what is there

'Pad, Pad Pooti ladi ye pad, pad payi paur...'

'Read, read the books, make you library become more stupid.'

If you put on a donkey six hundred Bible is it going to be priest? Forget it, there is no way. There is no other way in the planet to free your soul unto the destiny and unto God but serving those who needs the hand, smiling at those, wiping up the tears of others, forgiving those...

We got sued on Friday. It was a funniest lawsuit. The guy who came was an ex-student and he was so happy, 'I am going to serve on each one.' We accepted the lawsuit. We went out and we received with a smile. One who was a part of the DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. was serving the law summons on the individuals of the DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. . I laughed, I said, "How the destiny change into fate?" I saw his satisfaction, what a privilege to file another bogus case.

Why? When you burn a candle moth will come. There are some Sikhs, they cannot even tolerate that Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is in America. They can't, they won't. But are they bad? No, no, no. Why Moses took forty years to take those people who can walk only in two and a half years straight there? Because in the way they become strong, in the way they become themself, in the way they become real, pure. When they reached the promise land they knew they have earned it.

Human life is to earn the KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. , to pay by the strength of DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. . Human life is not rich and poor. Poverty and richness, happiness and unhappiness, tragedy and a comedy, they are the side of the coin. They shall always be there.

I was that day jokingly asking a holy man, I said, "When you are going to sue Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. next?"

"Oh no, no, no, it is not going to happen."

I said, "Every calm, every lull tell the storm is on the way."

Yes, they don't like us. They don't understand us. They'll never understand why, who are Sikhs here. Most of the people are so foolish, they tell me on my face, "Oh JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. , you brought Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. to here?"

I say, "No, actually fact is, I have become a Sikh."

I would have practiced the most bogus Sikh Sikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. DharmaSikh Dharma A living experience of values as taught in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Dharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. of all times. I would not have understood what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. said. I would not have understood what GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur did.

Today there was a very intuitive woman, I met her in Santa Fe. I have brought her here and she was just reading somebody and she said to that girl, she said, "The only thing is that you have to do it alone, you leave the past and the family and you take the spirit in you and love the children of God and be Divine."

I thought she was saying the most beautiful thing very direct and I said, "My God, she is telling you something direct. I have been telling you fifteen years, you never listened, (?)."

She said, "No, I am reading different, I am thinking she is telling me to leave this spiritual body and find a man."

I said, "This you want to hear what you want to hear. She is saying what you want to say."

The fact is I have realized that minute people only hear what they want to hear. They want to hear what the reality is. People in this earth also want to do what they want to do, they do not understand from here they have to go to God.

You know, if you check the telephone and write the word God number is thirteen. Thirteen is very unlucky number but let us see one thing; take away Judith from the history of the Christ. Wipe him out. There is no Christ. If Judith would not have betrayed the Christ, Christ would not have become Christ. If GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur would not have sacrificed, there would not have been any DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. on the earth.

People ask me, I brought DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. to America. I say, "No, these are the souls which has a promise to face their destiny and fate at the same time. I never brought them anything. They brought me into the light. They brought fulfillment to me when I saw them in a BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. , BaniBani Literally "Word", Refers to the Word of God contained in the Sikh Sacred Writings; Banis refers to Sikh daily prayers. , SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. , SimranSimran A deep meditative process in which the naam of the Infinite is remembered and dwelled in without conscious effort. I learnt the four outstanding principle of human elevation. I learnt the man can live like a saint and act like a solider. That is what started from the house of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. and that is why GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur went and asked the King. King said, "Don't do this to me. I will not convert one Moslem, just don't challenge me."

Believe me or not. He said, "Why not?"

"If you feel that by the sword converting the weak into Islam, that is Islam then convert me."

Religion is a realism and a reality where KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. is paid and DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. is understood. That's life. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur would have told the Brahmins, it is the will of God, let us not fight with the emperor. What is the difference saying Allah and Ram? In Siri GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. GranthGranth Literally: knot: book. word Allah is Aval allah noor uppa-I-aa kudrat de sabh bande, Allah word is there, we'll speak it. Ram word is there, Isa word is there, that's not, that is not the point whether you are right and you are wrong. Point is, do you have the courage, do you have the guts to stand by the principle of the righteousness in you and sit in the lap of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. . Thus, do you have the courage and strength to carry the banner?

That man who leads the force with the flag where drums around the side and flute is being played and they are moving forward for attack, does know that any bullet from the front can pierce his chest. He knows that. But do you know, when one flag, man, flag bearer falls, another pick it up? Who picks it up? Man? No. Discipline, SadhanaSadhana , Saadhana A spiritual discipline; the early morning practice of yoga, meditation, and other spiritual exercises. The Aquarian Sadhana can be an individual or group practice; Ideally, it includes the recitation of Japji Sahib, a Kundalini Yoga kriya, and chanting the Aquarian Sadhana meditations, immediately followed by Gurdwara. According to Yogi Bhajan, the potency of any Kundalini Yoga and meditation practice will be enhanced in a group setting. , courage, deathlessness, Akal. That's why the seal of the Sikh is Akal Sahai. If you ever read a letter from the Akal Takhat, it has a seal of the Sikh, Akal Sahai. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. told the Sikh, Akal Moorat, Ajooni, Saibhung, Gurprasad. Those souls who are mocking around joking with themself and with their destiny, I have nothing to say to them. They understand better. But those who have destiny must understand one thing; the earth is not here to become rich and poor, great and small, it has to have a fearlessness. Akal Moorat, deathlessness shall belong to those who'll have no fear, no vengeance. Nirbao, Nirvair, Akal Moorat, Ajooni, Saibhung. Mool MantarAntar , Bantar , Jantar , Mantar , Tantar , Patantar , Sotantar These describe the sequence of creative expression from inner essence to full manifestation. Antar is the inner essence and being. It is before form. Each essence has an associated structure in time and space, a dimension to it, bantar. This structure is fulfilled by an appropriate matching set of qualities, jantar, which has a unique sound resonance, mantar, and a distinct visual form, yantar. This form and energy interrelate to the universe, tantar, creating a projection and track as it threads through time and space, patantar, until finally achieving its liberated form, beyond time and space, sotantar. This form creates a neutral point that ties together many of the polarities inherent in Prakirti to embed and express the essence of the antar in creation. is step by step. Ek Ong Kar - God created one, SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. - True is my identity, that's why we wear BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. .

Kartha Purkh - God does all, we simply honor it.

Ajooni, Saibhung. Nirbao, Nirvair, Akal Moorat; have no fear. We are afraid whether we'll get up tomorrow morning or not, we are afraid somebody will say hello to us or not, we are afraid we are poor.

'Sahil Pathar Mey Janth Paaye, Thaaka Rajikaagey Karthariya

Mere Madhoji SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sangat (?)'

'Those what is born in the stone God has provided them, Oh my Lord, those who come to Sad...'

Side B

... People have destiny to serve.

King of Kashi came to the house of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. and said, "I want Mukti. I want Nirvana. I am a king, I have everything in the world. I want nothing. I don't want to be a (?), I don't want to run around. Give me GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. a way that I can find Salvation."

He brought a glass of water to the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. . GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. saw his hand, he said, "No SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. ?"

The king of Kashi went to the LungarLangar , Lungar Free kitchen associated with Sikh worship service. , served there for many years. One day GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. went himself there. He said, "Time has come to go back and rule the kingdom."

He said, "Whosoever has seen the rule of heavens, what rule of this kingdom and this earth means to him?"

Higher expansion, vast horizons, deathlessness, Akalta. We freak out on small things. Nobody became Sikh that somebody came to give them the message to become Sikh. They were here waiting, flowers of the rain waiting to be born as saint and soldiers. Some will live, some will leave, some will become part of memory. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur is a memory, GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Guru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. is a memory, Christ is a memory, BuddhaBuddha An enlightened one; founder of the Buddhist faith. is a memory. BhaiBhai Brother. Joga's story is a memory. BhaiBhai Brother. BuddhaBuddha An enlightened one; founder of the Buddhist faith. 's stories are memory, Baba Deep Singh is a memory. Seventy some year old man, eighteen pounds, oh, eighteen kilo sword with two hundred fifty men, walked from Taran Taaran to liberate the Golden Temple. He knew it what it means. But there was deathlessness. God came through and the one who fought frontingly, at the same token Baba Deep Singh head fell and the commander of the army of the Mogul, his head fell. By the side standing Sikh said, "Babaji you are a Sikh of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. , you did ArdasArdas Prayer; the formal group prayer of the Sikhs. . If death comes your head should fall in PrakarmaPrakarma , Parkarma Literally: A window to life. The marble pathway that surrounds the sacred pool and Golden Temple. ."

He said, "How long is the PrakarmaPrakarma , Parkarma Literally: A window to life. The marble pathway that surrounds the sacred pool and Golden Temple. ?"

He said, "PrakarmaPrakarma , Parkarma Literally: A window to life. The marble pathway that surrounds the sacred pool and Golden Temple. of the Harimandir is miles away."

He said, "Put my hand(head) on my left palm."

Baba got up with that sword, enemy did not find a place to run. They ran helter and shelter (helter-skelter). They have never seen a dead man with a flowing blood walking and chopping off like as he is cutting alfalfa. When the body felled at Shaheeda, there is a GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. there. It is a historical thing, it is not and it is within these hundreds of two, three hundred years, it's not that somebody made it up. There is a GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. Shaheeda, there is a GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. where fight took place and Baba threw the head and there is a place in PrakarmaPrakarma , Parkarma Literally: A window to life. The marble pathway that surrounds the sacred pool and Golden Temple. where head fell. There is still a GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. .

Some people do not medically believe it is possible. GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. says,

'Prabh Pavey Bin Sahasthi Rakhe.'

If Prabh wants without breath He can give a person live.'

GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur, Hind the Chadar, protector of the faith comes to us as a delightful sacrifice to SevaSeva Selfless Service. the heart of the Aashram experience is serving each other. . He served the entire DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. of that country at that time by offering himself. That's why sit today and remember him because all in the left is the memory.

Who is Judith? Who is Christ? Who is Radha? Who is Krishna? Who is Nanak? Who is Mardana? Who is GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur? Who is Gobind Rai? Who is Gobind Singh? These words when you speak they become memory and that memory when get exalted, that is where God comes through.

Man is born to elevate, exalt that memory of KarmaKarma The law of cause and effect applied to mental, moral, and physical actions. Ego attaches us to and identifies us with objects, feelings, and thoughts. These attachments create a bias toward certain lines of action. Instead of acting you begin reacting. Karmas are the conditions required in order to balance or complete these tendencies. Though necessary, karma is not dictatorial or fatalistic. It is the mechanism that allows the finite experience of existence to maintain and stabilize itself. We all have free will and can take actions to re-direct the momentum of a karma. We can transform it or neutralize it using meditation, jappa, good deeds, or intuition that remove your sense of ego and the identification with that past line of action. with the strength of DharmaDharma A path of righteous living. It is both an ideal of virtue and a path of action that is infused with clear awareness and comprised of actions that are the soul in total synchrony with the universe. It is action without reaction or karma. so that this earth can feel comfortable with his Godly good Divine deeds. Pay undivided attention to the chance of life, otherwise life will become a lie if truth is not lived.

I hope you all can learn from the life of GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Teg Bahadur and understand sometime one volunteers to face death for others. To us, if a guest come to our house we start running around to receive, to love, to give because there is secret of happiness is those seven steps - commitment, character, dignity, Divinity, grace, power to sacrifice, happiness. Is there happiness anywhere without sacrifice and what do you sacrifice? You sacrifice what God gave you for the kingdom of God. When you do something for somebody's home they are thankful to you, right? If you go to somebody house, paint it, take a flower there, do something somebody house they are grateful, right? When you do something for the creation of God, God is grateful. Simple law, I didn't make it up, that's the way it is. What is above is below. What is in the heaven is on the earth. Those who live like God there have to learn to live like God here.

'Deinda Dey Leindey Thak Paah, Juga Jugathar Kayika,

Hukumi Hukum Chalaye Raah, Nanak Veksey Veparva.'

Somebody once asked me, "Why I am so poor?" I told him this story.

One day a King asked the Grand Vizier. He said, "Grand Vizier, I like to move round in the city to see how the people are."

He said, "All right emperor."

They changed their BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. , they looked smartly idiot. King told Grand Vizier, "You recognize me?"

He said, "No."

Grand Vizier said to king, "Do you recognize me?"

He said, "No."

He said, "Why?"

He said, "Identities have been changed."

So they walked in, they walked in. King saw a man yelling and screaming and crying and, 'oh my God,' he was such a good actor, better than Ronald Regan, perfectly doing things, raising budget to three trillion and telling America is great, everybody born is in debt, but America is great. Now what is the greatness of man who is in debt?

He was crying, yelling, screaming and saying, 'Ram, Ram in the name of Ram help, give me something, dah, dah, dah, dah.'

King said to Grand Vizier, "Could you tell me what this guy is doing?"

He said, "In terrible pain. He is acting but he has become his act."

He said, "Grand Vizier, you can see things beyond time and space. Tell me what he is doing."

He said, "King don't ask me."

He said, "I want to know."

He said, "When we go back to palace then I'll tell you."

So they saw the city. This guy went to the palace but king never forgot. He said, "Grand Vizier, come in. Sit down. Tell me about that man."

He said, "Emperor tonight you sleep. I'll tell you tomorrow."

He said, "What are you doing?"

He said, "Please, I'll tell you tomorrow."

Next morning before he got up, he called the Grand Vizier. "Tell me now, it is tomorrow."

He said, "I'll ask you not to ask me. This is the last time I am asking you not to ask me."

He said, "Grand Vizier, I am last time asking you to tell me."

Two egos confronted. The Grand Vizier said, "You want to know?"

He said, "Yes."

He said, "That man has died last night and last night you had a intercourse with your queen and his soul is set in. He is going to heir, he is going to prince of Wales of this State."

He said, "That beggar?"

He said, "That's why he was begging from God his proficiency to get from you anything was just a joke. Really that Ram, Ram he was crying and yelling and screaming, he was doing to God, he wanted your kingdom."

He said, "I don't believe it."

He said, "Yes, you should not. I told you not to ask."

Nine months later there was a son. Grand Vizier came, he said, "King, you are my beloved king, I want to ask, talk to this child."

He said, "This child is one day old. One day old, I should go and speak to him?"

He said, "This child can talk in one day. You go."

So the king came and satSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. with the child. He said, "Who are you?"

He said, "I am that beggar."

"Why you got born in my house?"

"To take away your kingdom."

He said, "Why?"

He said, "If you would have given me at that time something, I would have spared you. You stood and talked with your Vizier and then you walk away, not giving me when I was asking in the name of God. Therefore I earned the right to take away everything from you. Now you will clean me, train me to do potty, clean and change my diapers, feed me, love me, protect me and then I will be the ruler and I'll see you dying going empty hand and I'll be here enjoying because I earned the destiny you earned the fate."

He said, "Why?"

He said, "You couldn't give as a king, I took it as a beggar. Begging was my profession, I became beggar, I was so powerful I could beg. I begged the entire kingdom because I don't want a king who couldn't give. Therefore I desired to become a king. I am born. Thank you." And then the child starts smiling and crying.

King came back to the Grand Vizier, he said, "I understand the child spoke, it must be your magic, otherwise how a one day child can speak? But why he smiled at me?"

The Grand Vizier said, "He smiled that my king you are so innocently idiot you didn't believe him."

He said, "Three things you have done wrong. You have not believed the beggar can beg the whole universe, you have not believed that God can;

'Khin Me Rao Rankk Ko Kar Hi Rao Rankk Karre.'

'In a second He can make a beggar a king and a king a beggar.'

And thirdly, when a one day child can speak to you,

'Dhan Dhan Ram Das GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. Jin Siriya Tinne Savaariya poori huyi Karamat Aap Sarjan harey Tariya.'

If a child of one day speak to you, you did not believe that message can come through.

It is written in the history the king crowned himself that second day child, walked away to serve his entire kingdom.

We are the souls who are born by our self-consciousnessConsciousness The nature of the self and being. In the realm of nature, awareness becomes consciousness. It is from the being itself. Being is expressed in consciousness through contrasts and sensations, in awareness through merger, clarity, and reality. in the house of the GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. to serve the future. Some of us will be weak, some of us will be strong. Let us keep going, let us shut up and keep up.

They are that most two beautiful words in the world. Shut up and keep up and Ang Sang Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. and Cherdi Kala.

Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

Students: Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa, Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

(YB reads the ArdasArdas Prayer; the formal group prayer of the Sikhs. ) Ek Ong Kar. Siri Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

There are some prayers recited.

SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. Siri Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. , SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. Siri Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. .

There are prayers recited again.

SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. Siri Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. , SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Sat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. NamSat Naam , Sat Nam The essence or seed embodied in form; the identity of truth. When used as a greeting it means "I greet and salute that reality and truth which is your soul." It is called the Bij Mantra - the seed for all that comes. Naam , Nam The manifested identity of the essence. The word derives from Naa-ay-ma , which means "that which is not, now is born." A Naam gives identity, form, and expression to that which was only essence or subtle before. It is also referred to as the Word. Siri Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. .

Boley Sonihaal...

Students: SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Siri Akal.

YB: Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

(Student reads the HukamHukam An order from the Guru. )

Translation of the HukamHukam An order from the Guru. : There is but one God, by true GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. 's grace He is obtained. Man's first abode is in his mother's womb. Leaving that he comes into the world. Man's first abode is in his mother's womb. Leaving that he comes into the world. He ornamented houses, beautiful gardens and palaces. None whatsoever shall go with him. All other greeds of the greedy soul are false. The perfect GuruGuru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. has given me the God's name. It is a thing that becomes my soul, pause. Involved with dear friends, relations, sons, brothers and wife, the mortal playfully laughs, but when the last moment arrives death ceases him, while they look on. By continually exercising oppression, man amasses wealth, gold, silver and rupees. But the hireling only gets the hired, thereof. All else passes on to others. Snatching with force, man collects horses, elephants and chariots and makes them his own but when he sets out on the long journey they travel not even a step with him. The name is my wealth, the name my real peace and the name my family and helper. The great Lord has given Nanak the wealth of the name and that wealth neither perishes, nor comes and goes. The name is my wealth, the name my real peace and the name my family and helper. The great Lord has given Nanak the wealth of the name and that wealth neither perishes, nor comes and goes.

Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

Students: Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ka Khalsa, Wahe Wahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. GuruWahe Guru , Whaa-hay Guroo A mantra of ecstasy and dwelling in God. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. Also called the gur mantra. Guru That which takes us from ignorance to knowledge; from darkness, gu, to light, ru. It can be a person, a teaching, or in its most subtle form - the Word. JiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. Ki Fateh.

(There is a song sung 'Sab Sikhan Ko Hukamahe...')

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