Gurdwara, Espanola, NM

 
Date:
March 13, 1994
Location:
Espanola, NM
 
 
 
 

..."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"

Today we have assembled to understand the very salient feature of prosperity. This is something which we have to understand once for all and then you will not misunderstand the creation of God. You have no relationship with God, because this planet Earth belongs to God. All actions are originated, oriented, choreographed, performed and done completed. We play the part in that origin of actions. We are not the origin of the actions. Our birth is not origin of the action. Our birth is the action, which we already performed; that is 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. . We are byproduct of 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. . We are byproduct of cause and effect. And when we live throughout our life not remembering that we are the cause and effect and we never forget that any cause, which we are causing now we have to have the effect of it. So what we do we cause a cause without knowing the effect of it. And effect of cause is a must. It's a law of avagavan. It's a law of force. It's a third law of Newton of force, cause and effect equal and opposite. Every cause caused today shall affect you today. It shall affect you tomorrow. It shall affect you till you exist in appearance. So long the identity of you will exist, so your 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. will exist. That's what 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. means.

Five thousand years the punditPundit A Hindu who is learned in scripture. has misled the mankind that God's name is this. No, God usthati is this, God's worship is this, God's praise is this, God faculty is this, God reality is this, God 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. is not that, that God 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. is you. You are the only 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. , noun, which exist within your 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. and with your faculty, with your facets, with your projection, with your effect and with your reality. There is no other 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. . PunditPundit A Hindu who is learned in scripture. misled the majority of the world, because he was wise. Peasant followed it. And today the Sikhs of Nanak also are misled. They have become beggars. They go out and ask for the 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. . It is amazing, Khalsa mera satguru pura, Khalsa mera too 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. , 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. . And that Khalsa goes to another Indian person who he calls himself as a saint and ask him 'give me a 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. .' Look at the tragedy of environments and circumstances. Look at the tragedy and environments of circumstances a man who lives in a household, who feeds, who corrects himself, who corrects everything, morning till evening through the hustle bustle of life, that man is surviving within the circumvent of his dignity, he goes to somebody and puts his hand out 'read my horoscope.'

The one who can write his own horoscope goes to somebody to read my horoscope. Then the person who sweats with the breath, with every breath, with every beat of the heart performs duty possibly right, possibly wrong, still right, wrongly right, rightly wrong and fights and fights and fights, as a valiant soldier of 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. . Valiant soldier of 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. goes to somebody 'do my prayer.'

Isn't a stupid world? Have you not gone berserk? If your own prayer cannot work, whose prayer will work?

Somebody after your pocket? And you think by paying somebody and getting a prayer done you are all right. You are thinking somebody advice or if somebody do things for you they are all right. You think that you thought somebody is holier than you, if does things better for you there is going to be all right. You remain depressed and somebody should impress for you? And you forget the word of Nanak.

"Karmee aapo aapanee ke nerai ke door."

You deny Nanak, liberated of mankind who gave you the imperial sovereign, spiritual power, who gave you the ecstasy of 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. , who gave you the dharam yug between the kal yug, who gave you the ecstasy of love, joy. Who gave you the secret of prosperity,

"Apne arthee apna apey kaaj savariey"

With your own hand take care of your work done.

Chadbaganiyas, leave the hope of the other. Because scientifically it is your spirit, it's your atmaAtma The soul or finite form of the Infinite in consciousness. It is transcendental in nature, not a product of the mind but a part of pure awareness. It is a witness of everything and can only be revealed through itself. which has got the tattvaas, which has got the chakras, which has got the gunasGunas The three qualities or threads that make up the fundamental forces in nature and the mind. Their interactions give motion to the world, stir the larger Greater Mind, and make up the realm of our experience. They are considered inseparable and occur in unlimited combinations. They are abstract; you can only see their effects. They are the sattva guna for clarity and purity; the rajasic guna for action and transformation, and the tamasic guna for heaviness, solidity, and ignorance. , which has all the bodies, which has the identity, the 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. . Look what contains in the 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. . The atmaAtma The soul or finite form of the Infinite in consciousness. It is transcendental in nature, not a product of the mind but a part of pure awareness. It is a witness of everything and can only be revealed through itself. . The presence of paramatma the God, the 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. . 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. , the essence, sensory of the God, paramatma, 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. . Seven chakras. The entire creativity of the God. The biorhythm of the God. Ten bodiesTen Bodies We are all spiritual beings having a human experience. In order to have this experience the spirit takes on 10 bodies or vehicles. They are the Soul Body, the three Mental Bodies (Negative, Positive, and Neutral Minds), the Physical Body, Pranic Body, Arcline Body, Auric Body, Subtle Body, and Radiant Body. Each body has its own quality, function, and realm of action. . The total existence of the God. In all it is reality and that give you identity called personality and you are a human. Banda, bun-daa a tied in baggage. Bandagee, a tied in salutation.

There are two words, bandagee, gandagee. A tied in salutation is to elevate you. Gandagee means dirt. And that is what you have to understand. That is why we understand not the science of prosperity. Prosperity is not a bad idea, it's a Judeo-Christian civilization that live poor, have begging bowl. It's a Judeo-Christian guilt that if you have wealth then you are bad.

And even Christ says camel can pass through the eye of the needle, but rich man won't. But that is not, richness is not, that richness which is personal. Yes. When the identity, 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. of the person is, your respect is because you are rich man, your identity is because you are rich man, your grace is because you are rich man, then that richness is not good richness. But if your richness is that that is to serve others, elevate others, uplift others, help others, that richness is most divine. That richness has no itch. That is why the house 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 Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. is the house of raaj yog. Raj yog takt dayan 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. . Pad ho..

Student: (---)

YB: Raj yog takt padh.

Now these are the words 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 read them everyday. I want to understand in the aspect and in the prospect of that. Raj means the rulership, the royalty. Yog means the union, sense of the union of totality and that is 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. . 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. is not what somebody gives you in your ear and you repeat twenty times, you are done. 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. is from each breath; each beat of life, each beat of heart you exist. Chal bhaiBhai Brother. ...

Song...

(Over the song 'Raj yog takat...') Everybody should recite. Everybody concentrate. Now you have heard this.

Now you have heard, these are the words 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. . Raaj yog takt the throne of raaj yog 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. was given forever. There is no takt, there is no throne on which you can rule if you are not 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. at heart and head. If your union is not with 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. means only one thing; when your 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 according to 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. and not according to your emotions, feelings and desires. 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 when you are resurrected. Any resurrected action of a human is 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. . It's a duty. Wife has a duty. Husband has a duty. Son has a duty. Daughter has a duty. Mother has a duty. Priest has a duty. Person has a duty. Businessman has a duty. There is a duty prescribed. It's called law of ethics. It's called law of justice. It's law of existence. It is called law of tolerance. It is called law of living and let living. Let others live because you are alive. It's a great law and that is the law, which a person has to respect. Raaj yog, ruler ship must be under 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. . Ruler ship must have 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. as a resurrected self.

I want to go right now to do something wrong and tell me who is here who doesn't want to do wrong? What stops us? Our 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. . Our 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. tells us to come to the GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. . It is our conscious act. It's the most powerful act. Why not we should go today skiing tell me? Why should I not do partying? Why should I not do hundred things? There are hundred things today we could have done. We decided no, we'll come 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. 's house.

Why?

To sharpen our 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. . It's the 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. . It's the conscious act which will decide our resurrected personality. That is 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. . And when the ruler ship, it is under 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. that is the union, which is a yog, which is 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. .

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. is not a person and 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. is not a science. 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. is a reality. It's a union between 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 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. in which 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. rules and that becomes raaj yog. And where there is a raj yog there is a prosperity. There is a beauty. There is a bounty. There is a bliss. There is a God Himself. Arey you all worship God I see you hustling. You five and a half billion of people every morning you hustle for God. Actually you hustle for God, because you have been told God gives everything.

"Karta terey sab kuch hein, jis deveh sukh pao"

You have been told differently. Doesn't matter which religion you belong to, doesn't matter which class you belong to, doesn't matter which time you belong to, doesn't matter which space you belong to, you want all. But you have forgotten one thing very small, a very small thing, that this planet Earth belongs to God. God rotates it, it takes care of every routine. That you cannot see. That is the raaj yog. When 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. in his action understands that all 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 subject to resurrected 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. that is 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. , then God has an obligation. You are all seeking God, you are trying to worship God, you are after God, right? Actually to be honest God is after one that such person who is resurrected self.

"Nanak das tood mangeytin"

Tein, jankee, that being. He asked the dust of feet of those people.

"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. Satguru ka jo sikhakaey, palkey uttar 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. diaavey"

Why? It's a resurrected act. To getting up in the ambrosial hour is the most difficult thing. Sun is hitting the angle of the Earth at sixty degree. The magnetic field is right at the highest. You are attracted to sleep. Your both nostrils work. You love to snore. Thus affect. Leaving the quilt at that time is a re-erection.

I have experiment law week or two weeks, I call at that hour and telephone call.

"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. ."

It is such like an atom bomb has broken.

(Student's laughter)

Why? It's a, it's a, it's a simple action at that time. But when you conquer the death, that you conquer the death, that's the hour when you conquer the death. That's the conquer the death. Not only do you conquer the evil. Not only conquer the evil, you conquer all calamities. And not that much only. It is not all that negative, you conquer the all realities. That hour is the hour where man conquers God.

"Karey shnan simar prabh apna, mantann pai aroga"

Aroga does not mean that you don't have a fever then you are all free. There is a biggest disease of the world. Dis ease, discomfort and that is fear. That's fear of tomorrow. And that yesterday is gone. Today what is coming is tomorrow. It is going to face you. That tomorrow is going to face you and have already conquered it. And you fun...

You know, this is something you have to understand. It's a history of five hundred and not twenty-five years from 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. 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. . We created human with a stamina who can sit on the hot plate, who can cut limb to limb, who fought with one hundred and twenty-five thousand single handed. Seven and nine years boys got bricked alive and never put a tear out. After all it is a science. It is some technology which got practiced. It's a way of life.

And what's wrong now? If somebody gets a little needle the whole world listens to it. Just see in the summer mosquito bites people I have seen them jumping, crying, and complaining to the whole universe. If you give them a radio station the whole world will be relayed that they had a mosquito bite. Complaining is so common with people. Complements is so rare. Nobody counts the blessing.

Look at our own technology today. Look at the aspect of life. Look at the respect of life. Look at the preciousness of life. Not one pranaPraana , Prana The universal life force that gives motion. It is the breath in air. It is the subtle breath of the purusha as it vibrates with a psychophysical energy or presence. Praana regulates the modes and moods of the mind. you can buy and nobody sells it. Not one beat of the heart you can borrow. You can borrow the organs. You can borrow time. You can borrow space. You can borrow everything, you can beg everything, one thing you can't. One pranic breath. And the beauty is if your pranic body is strong this physical body cannot die. Try. Because pranic body will order the subtle bodySubtle Body See Ten Bodies. to hold the soul to travel for the journey. Subtle bodySubtle Body See Ten Bodies. is which is going to carry the soul unto the mahan atmaAtma The soul or finite form of the Infinite in consciousness. It is transcendental in nature, not a product of the mind but a part of pure awareness. It is a witness of everything and can only be revealed through itself. shall obey the law of the pranic body. If the radiant body the tenth body is bright, beautiful and has its glow, pranic body cannot do a thing, because there is a shield and protection. And this all you can understand in the ambrosial hour when you are yourself, when your 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. is with you and that is your 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. . 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. is the name of person, place or a thing. 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. is noun. The identity. The personality. The I. That's why Krishna said, I am all what you don't see, I am what you see and I am what you are not going to see and I am what I am seeing and what you are denying that I am and what you are going to do I am. Arjun you are a kshatriya, your job is to act. It is me in within me to judge it. You have no right of judgment.

"Arjun karam kar phal ke yachana mein detta hoan"

Entire essence of the Gita is based in one line.

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 Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. said in one simple sentence,

"Karmee aapo aapanee ke nerai ke door."

And how you end 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. ?

"Jinee naamNaam , 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. dhiaa-aa gai maskat gal, Nanak te mukh ujalay ketee chutee..."

Judgment is given.

Jinee naamNaam , 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. dhiaa-aa, those who have identified their identity, consciously and meditatively and risen to the higher resurrection of self. Nanak their faces are brightful here and hereafter. PunditPundit A Hindu who is learned in scripture. doesn't like it. gyani doesn't like it. One who is going to teach you is not going to like it, because he doesn't have any money in it. He is going to tell you, you are sick, you are wrong, you are absolutely rotten, then things are going to be upside down, you have done bad 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. , in previous life you were a donkey, this time you become a human being. You are going to lose your saddle if you don't pay him five, six hundred dollars for this and three hundred thirty dollars for this and two hundred twenty dollars for this...

You householder who earn and earn and earn and sweat and sweat, you are not going to get that saddle because you are not donkey.

"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. Kripa thay bhagatBhagat A devotee of God. Kamayi, Taaye Maanas Dehi Payi, Iis Dehi Ko SimranSimran A deep meditative process in which the naam of the Infinite is remembered and dwelled in without conscious effort. Dey."

With 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 blessing you worshiped God and you got this body according 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. , it is called ankriyakarma. Ankriyakarm, kirthkaram, dekho this is a account. Now let us get to mathematics, this is a business. Ankriyakaram kirth karam. Sehaj 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. . Swabavik 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. . Netchal 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. . Nirmal 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 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. karam. That's the list of karms.

Karms has, karms are many types but among all that one karm is yog karam. Bhog 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 to continue the Earth, the planet, that's good. And that has lot of facet and faculties, but there is a one karam called yog karam. Yog karam is when all karams are subjected to 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. , that's yog karam.

'Odak nibhi nal 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. andhe...'

The people with, simple people are good people. They are simple. They are straight. They do things with smile. They are not confused. They are not competing. They are not complicated and they are not contrast for themself. Simple thing.

"Odak nibhee naal guranh deh"

They simply say my life get lost till the end of my 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. . 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. gives you the guidance. God give you the strength. Strength of life is God. Guidance is by 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 if you have the 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. and if you have heard the word 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. then you have found out yog karam.

Yog karam means two things; you become capable of, mein iss yog hogaya, I am capable of doing it. Mein yog hogaya, I am constantly capacitated to do it. Mein 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. hogaya, that means my 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. have ruled me.

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. is ruled not by action, by reaction, 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. is ruled by 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. , that's the first hope for the 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. is I am not a woman, I am not a man, I am not a person, I am not myself, I am a teacher.

Why?

He has not only to correct himself with 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. he has to guide others in 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. too.

"Nanak daas tud mangey, jo aap japey avaranaam japavey"

He is asking the dust of those who meditate themself. Not those who meditate themself in their caves and get out of the universe and do not see anybody. Those who hide. He is not asking the dust of those. He is not asking the dust of those yogisYogi 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. . He is not asking those bhogies who live for themself.

I remember in India a very beautiful thing. I visited as somebody my friend and we were sitting outside and eating. And a beggar came at the door and he asked for food.

And the servant like a dog jumped at that person.

O God I still remember it, I can feel it.

'Hein jau, jau, jau, bago, bago, bago, run, run go, go, sahib ayeh huan hein, the boss has arrived.'

I saw that, I took my plate as it was put some things in it and went there and told him, I said, "Sit down here and eat, don't take away their plate. You sit here. You eat."

"Eh na netra dekniyo karta karey sab raam"

These I don't see the God does everything. Nobody sees that the beggar might have been God, taken that shape, could ask for it. Who knows the sahib was real that beggar. I was no sahib for them, I was one of their friend visiting casually. When actually sahib visited the very servant on the very sight say, 'jao jao baag jao, baaj jao saab aya huva hein.' Blew my mind.

"Eh nethro meriyo harbin nao dekho kohi"

Oh my eyes don't see anything other than God. When you see a neurotic you feel upset. You know it is very difficult to deal with neurosis, but also just see that God is neurotic today. Just see how much compassion you will have. People ask me how I deal with things. I deal with things; I see God getting neurotic, obnoxious and ridiculously rude, because these are all facets of God. God gets angry all the time. O if all that is not God then what God is? Something we do not know? If you accept the very first word 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 Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. NanakGuru Nanak First Guru of the Sikhs. Ik ong kaar then also accept that there is a one God who has created this creation,

'Maati ka putla kaise nachat hein,'

Just see how the.....

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Play bags called humans are jumping around with the strings of 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 the desire and the 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. . Why? It is so bad because they have not learned 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 have not learned conquering death. They have not learned conquering fear; nirbao nirvair. 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. say...

You know lot of Sikhs are asking these days question and I want to tell you tomorrow you may face it. Why Sikhs are pattats? That is a question mom was asking.

Mom was yelling and screaming on me, "Why these Sikhs are pattat? Why these Sikhs are pattat? Why these Sikhs are pattat?" Now how can tell this lady when you hear half an hour bombardment on the telephone why the Sikhs are pattat, what should I say?

I said, "Ma, Akal Moorat is the quality of a Sikh, that means he has to look as God made him to look and I tell you why they have gone pattats. Because they are not nirpao, they are not nirvair."

These are two preconditions. You have to be fearless and you have to have no vengeance. Now you are vengeance with yourself. Nobody has vengeance with anybody. You have vengeance with yourself, because out of your fear you are afraid something will go wrong. You don't even care God exist. God doesn't exist for you. You exist. And when you exist, when I exist, thou doesn't exist. When thou doesn't exist there is nothing but fear. And then you are self-vengeful.

You know how painful it is to come to GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. fully dressed, eh? Is it? Yeah or no? No? Because it will become a habit now?

Remember twenty years ago? Twenty years ago you remember that? O my God. Twenty years ago coming to GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. fully dressed in BanaBana , Baana One's outward projection, often refers to a specified clothing that projects a consciousness. forget it.

'Where are you going?"

"GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. ."

(Student's laughter)

"But what is so wrong?"

"Yogiji is going to see me there, he told me last week he didn't show up."

"Where are you going?"

"To the beach."

Beach. Wearing bikini in the beach. And GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. is GurdwaraGurdwara Literally the door of the Guru; traditional place where Sikh worship services are held. , because this is a court 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. here only sits a courtier. Once elevated exalted self dresses himself, herself with the beauty and bounty with grace. And when you do that you think God is blind, doesn't see it? If you see God in your beauty, you mean God doesn't see you in bounty and bliss? You mean there is no balance on this Earth?

There is a very beautiful story, once in India somebody he was a shoukar, shoukar means the moneylender of the town. Many nights thief came and make a hole in the wall and want to enter and then left. Thirty, forty times this thing happened. He end up tired of repairing his wall. You know next morning he has to call people and say put better cement. Do it better. Put some wire gauze in between so they may not pull the bricks here. Then second place. It was going on a process. Finally, he got tired and he told his wife.

He said, "Honey question is, I am tired of this. They come they don't steal. If they steal the matter ends you know what I mean, but this everyday affair I am going to go to my 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 guide and I am going to ask him what is going on. And you continue do this puja in the morning."

So he went to the guruji and he said, "Guruji this is the situation and everyday the wall is being broken."

And he said, "Ram Chand run back."

He said, "No, I want to pass the night with you. I want to do with you in the morning."

He said, "Go back. It is in the morning that bell you ring that God protects you. You wake up with that bell Ram 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. Ram 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. in the God and the whole night He is your become chaukeedaar, he has become your watchman. They come all right, they want your money, that's I understand. But be there and ring that bell."

He said, "I mean I do five minutes of that bell in the morning to ring that bell and he watches me rest of the time."

He said, "Ek gade, Adi gadee, aaadee se be aad. Even little of the little of the little of the half of that little, if you remember that Almighty, the Almighty, the Almighty, the Almighty what is time before Him? What is space before Him? Ramchand run, go home keep on ringing that bell."

After a while in that house there was no place they can dig in, they let it go.

Temptation come, the thief will come, the 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. , mohMoh Delusion and attachment. all that will come, but if the man will keep on ringing the bell in the morning then slowly and slowly there will be no place left, all will be repaired, the identity will be established and one will become oneself. I am not saying, I am not taking away from you that you are not thieves, you are not cheats, and not this and that. God is. Lord Krishna is bhagwan, he stole butter all the time. His name is maakan chor, butter theif.

(Student's laughter)

I mean it is not something that you can deny god is not a thief, God is a thief. He stole mother, mother's butter. He is known for that. And one day he stole, one day got caught red handed, he was going up and taking the butter because mother was tired of this butter being lost everyday. So he hung it highest. So he brought all his friends and got on the shoulder and make that Chinese ladder they call it, you know what I mean? Three underneath, four underneath and three over and two and finally he got the butter. And he got the butter, he came down and he saw the mother coming in and he put it all in his mouth, all over.

(Student's laughter)

And Ma said open the mouth.

(Student's laughter)

Now she see? He opened the mouth and Ma saw the entire universe in that mouth.

And she said, "O my God, this is what I got, this is my son."

Ma Yashod... sing.

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. 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. 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. ma yosodh dahi paad kaheejiyo, chal, sing, sing...

(Song...)

Now this 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. shabadShabad , Shabd Sound, especially subtle sound or sound imbued with consciousness. It is a property or emanation of consciousness itself. If you meditate on shabad it awakens your awareness. comes 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. .

"Kahey maa yashod tahee path kahee jiyo"

That is 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. 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. Wa hey jiyo. This is what the (?) sang in the ustithee, in the praise of 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. . 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. , 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. MantraMantra Sounds or words that tune or control the mind. Man means mind. Tra-ng is the wave or movement of the mind. Mantra is a wave, a repetition of sound and rhythm that directs or controls the mind. When you recite a mantra you have impact through the meridian points in the mouth, through its meaning, through its pattern of energy, through its rhythm, and through its naad - energetic shape in time. Recited correctly a mantra will activate areas of the nervous system and brain and allow you to shift your state and the perceptual vision or energetic ability associated with it. ,

"Waah yantee kar yante jagat pateet waa haa. BrahmaBrahma The Hindu God of creation, one the three primary manifestations of God. de treshaa guruith wah-hay 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. "

This is a manta of BrahmaBrahma The Hindu God of creation, one the three primary manifestations of God. , Vishnu and Mahesh. Eka mahee judgta vihayee thein cheley parvan. The three identities of God one generates, one organizes and sustains and other delivers and diminishes. All three identities, their mantraMantra Sounds or words that tune or control the mind. Man means mind. Tra-ng is the wave or movement of the mind. Mantra is a wave, a repetition of sound and rhythm that directs or controls the mind. When you recite a mantra you have impact through the meridian points in the mouth, through its meaning, through its pattern of energy, through its rhythm, and through its naad - energetic shape in time. Recited correctly a mantra will activate areas of the nervous system and brain and allow you to shift your state and the perceptual vision or energetic ability associated with it. is 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. . 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. is a Trikuthi mantraMantra Sounds or words that tune or control the mind. Man means mind. Tra-ng is the wave or movement of the mind. Mantra is a wave, a repetition of sound and rhythm that directs or controls the mind. When you recite a mantra you have impact through the meridian points in the mouth, through its meaning, through its pattern of energy, through its rhythm, and through its naad - energetic shape in time. Recited correctly a mantra will activate areas of the nervous system and brain and allow you to shift your state and the perceptual vision or energetic ability associated with it. . And 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. this is the only time when 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. , 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. , 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. wahy jiyo. O soul incarnated, creatively creating itself. Jiyo, understand the English translation. Indian translation of this English will be difficult for you to understand, oh soul incarnated in creatively incarnating itself. Jiyo. Soul being born as a soul itself.

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. 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. 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. wahe jiyo. And that is the understanding that you have to see God in all, otherwise you don't see God at all. And when you see God in all and you see God mischievous and see God negative and see God angry and see God neurotic and see God wrong, at that time sing the song 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 that is gurumath and that's the life of a Sikh. With the words 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. at that time, at the lips and your own hearing those lips you forget that part of mischievous part. It's a test and mischief is a trial and you have the chance of triumph. When you must. That is when you start saying,

"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"

That's exactly what it means. The purity and piety belongs to the 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 victory belongs to... You win because you have to win. You do not see that part of the 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. , the chaya. That part you ignore. You ignore the beggar part of that man. You ignore the begging part of that man. You ignore the dress of that man. You recognize in that one is asking for the food and then you cannot be rude.

"Nak, Nath, Kasam Hath, Kirth Thakey Dey, Jahan Daana Tahan Khaana, Nanaka Sachey"

If that food is at that table and that's a part of the table, then part of the table God has asked to claim, He is the giver, He is claimer and He is asking and you are saying, saab aagaya, duad jao, duadjao, go, go...

How can you call yourself human if that, that blind?

And you are going to read this, 'karta terey sab kuch hein jis jiJi Soul; used as an endearment or sign of respect. me sukh pavey.' Giver giveth, taker taketh. In giving and taking the game is recognized who is giving and who is taking. If one is giving and one is taking, it's the same one. You have found the first step of being a Sikh. That's the first step of a Sikh. The day you recognize the giver, the taker is the same one. You have understood the first step of Sikh that you have just understood Ik. And if you are saying this that all there is in action and reaction and resurrection is also that Ik, then you have understood Ong. And then you see all what you see and learn what you all see, and play all you see and you see it, it all that Ik is then you have understood kaar. It's a elementary knowledge to understand word Ik ong kaar. Why we are not getting there? Because there is a condition with it, SatSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Guruprasad. It is 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 blessing, prasadh. It's a guruprasad.

In all realities and eventualities you have to learn only one step of a Sikh, the doing, doer and done. Say it again.

Students: Doing, the doer and done.

YB: Is just Ik.

Creation, creativity, and creature is one. All was, is and shall be is one, then you have understood Ik ong kaar. And when you understood it is Ik ong kaar then you understood the satSat Existence; what is; the subtle essence of Infinity itself. Guruprasad, this is the gift of the 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. for you. Then every moment, every beat of the heart will be a blessing. Every death will be wonderful, every light will be happy. Because what is death and what is life? The transparent soul travels to the opaqueness of showing itself through the screen, on the orbit and get into the transparent. Keep on building the homes and the beauty and the bounty and the glory. There is nothing wrong in it. Make the temples of the marble not, make the temples of the pearls.

"Moti ka mandir (?) ratnee kado jara"

Put in that rubies, fill it up, but remember, it is by the will of God. Then it shall have the grace, it shall have its own space, its own identity. Today you are handful, that's why I am telling you, tomorrow you will be nine hundred sixty million. It shall be your religious duty never to fight, never to condemn, never to put down, never to say anybody is less than you.

'Kabir subse hum burey, humse bhale sab koe.'

We are worst than all. Everybody is good. Because God is good in everybody. If there is something wrong you have recognized, it is your problem, correct it.

Let this religion not be a religion of fiction and fractions. Let it not be ruled by rahu and ketu, head separate and body separate. Let it be a one star of uniness which shines and bright 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. 's light. Let your presence convince people; not your words. Let your silence teaches people and not your lectures. Let your authenticity, ethics, your morality, your morale and your 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. attract people; not your baits. It shall be the time of the Khalsa. It's a time that we should rise to our own self. We should identify our own self and we should understand it's a gift of prosperity, the breath of life. Each breath is beautiful, bountiful and blissful.

Jinee naamNaam , 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. dhiaa-aa, those who have paid attention to their identity. Gai maskat gal, have done this marvelous hard labor. Nanak te mukh ujalay ketee chutee naal. Nanak their faces are beautiful and bright. And their 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 all cleared. There is no debt. Where there is no debt there is no doubt. Where there is no doubt there is no duality. Where there is no duality, there is a reality. Where there is a reality there is a identity and personality of that Almighty God.

Thousand of years this very Tukh will be translated by the Sikhs of that time two thousand years from now in this English. When the identity of the micro and macro 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. interact into the unisonness of the mega self and the mega self rises itself to the unisonness, in the unisonness the understanding will be increasing and the man shall understand action and reaction, resurrection do not mean anything. It's all the same psyche at the same frequency to the interference of that of the lord, something in the beyond of the beyond of the beyond. And that's how Sikhs are going to (?). Sayeth Nanak, I forgot that. There are going to add that.

"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."

"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."

This ArdasArdas Prayer; the formal group prayer of the Sikhs. shows that not you have to liberate yourself, but you have to liberate your ancestors and all around. So that's what the job of a saint and a soldier is. And it is very good that you are training the second generation and third generation to hold the future.

Student: (---)

"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: 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 is He obtained. My erring soul is entangled with mammon. Whatever deeds I do attached with avarice, with them all I am binding myself down. 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 is He obtained. My erring soul is entangled with mammon. Whatever deeds I do attached with avarice, with them all I am binding myself down, pause.

I cultivate not true understanding and engrossed in sinful pleasures and have forgotten the praise of God. The lord is ever with me. Him I recognize not and run seeking Him in the forest. The lord's jewel is within my mind and His knowledge I have not. O (?) Nanak, without the fortunate lord's meditationMeditation Dhyan. It is a process of deep concentration or merger into an object or a state of consciousness. Meditation releases reactions and unconscious habits and build the spontaneous and intuitive link to awareness itself. the human life is lost in vain. The lord's jewel is within my mind and His knowledge I have not. O (?) Nanak without the fortunate lord's meditationMeditation Dhyan. It is a process of deep concentration or merger into an object or a state of consciousness. Meditation releases reactions and unconscious habits and build the spontaneous and intuitive link to awareness itself. the human life is lost in vain.

"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"

"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: On the recommended, on the recommendation of sheer direct word from BhaiBhai Brother. Sabah I have no role to play. She has requested that one hundred and one dollar be awarded for the ArdasArdas Prayer; the formal group prayer of the Sikhs. the young man has done. So as Siri Singh SahibSiri Singh Sahib Honorary title given to Yogi Bhajan to indicate his role as spiritual leader of Sikh Dharma in the West. His complete title within Sikh Dharma is Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji. BhaiBhai Brother. Bhai Sahib , Bhai Sahiba An honorary title which means respected brother (or sister). SahibBhai Sahib , Bhai Sahiba An honorary title which means respected brother (or sister). Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, the chief religious authority 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. I hereby grant this money from my personal assets to be paid to him. And my comptroller general be advised that this check be made fast and paid to the gentleman from YBPP.

"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"

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