Posts by: Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa

Reflections on the Thirty Eighth Paurī from JapJī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

The 25th Paurī (bahutā karam) is well known for bringing wealth, gifts and prosperity, and yet the Siri Singh Sahib Jī taught my mother and many others the importance of also reciting the 38th Paurī (jat pāhārā) to bring oneself to a state of higher consciousness; to gracefully handle and sustain the wealth and prosperity gained from
38th Pauree

Un tributo al Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, de la comunidad cubana de Kundalini Yoga

La comunidad de Kundalini Yoga en Cuba amablemente donó esta pintura de Yogi Bhajan a SDI para que sea compartida con la Sangat internacional. La fuerza creativa y el amor que inspiraron esta obra de arte surgieron después de tener la experiencia del Siri Singh Sahib en uno de sus videos sobre la excelencia humana. Los cubanos
Siri Wuaje

Sookay Haray Keeay Khin Maahay – To Become Fruitful and Prosperous

Written by Guru Arjan Dev ji, this shabad brings prosperity and abundance. Meditate on this Shabad or recite it 11 times a day to become fruitful and prosperous. Siri Guru Granth Sahib ji, page 191 Ga-orhee mehlaa panjvaa Sookay haray kee-ay khin maahay. Amrit darisat sanch jeevaa-ay. ||1|| Kaatay kasat pooray gurdayv. Sayvak
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Guru Teg Bahadar and the Nine Worldly and Spiritual Treasures

Guru Teg Bahadar Ji embodied the essence of total sacrifice and service for the good of others. He gave his head so that others could practice their faith and be true to themselves. Guru Gobind Singh's love and reverence for his father can be found throughout his many writings. In the first stanza
Guru Teg Bahadur