How to Prepare GurPrasad

  Step 1 Wash your hands and do a short Ardas to bless the preparation. Step 2 Assemble the utensils needed for cooking Measuring cups Cooking spoons (preferably stainless steel) 2 pans (a wok is often used as well) one pan should be large enough for combining your ingredients
prashad in wok

Shabad for Difficult Times ~ Aukhi Ghari Na Dekhan Day

It is easy to keep positive when our circumstances are supporting us, but how do we maintain our spiritual upliftment when times are hard? There is a concept in Sikh Dharma called ‘Chardi Kala’ or Every Rising Spirit.  It means that no matter the environments, circumstances or energies, our spirit remains high.  The Siri Singh
earth energy

The Mystical Process of the Divine as Described in the Mool Mantra

Guru Nanak gave the Mool Mantra as the essence of the Sikh teachings. Recently, while meditating on it, it dawned on me how inter-dependent the phrases of the Mool Mantra really are. For a long time the Mool Mantra seemed to me a group of adjectives describing the experience of Divinity. But like a seed
Mul Mantra - Entrance of Golden Temple. Courtesy of Gurumustuk Singh.

Simran

When the state of consciousness reaches simran then you do not need to do anything; God follows you. At that stage the Almighty, the Infinite, the Omniscient, the Omnipotent God, the Something which you are so proud of, and which you talk about and you perceive about and scriptures talk about and saints and sages
Simran by RinRio from artsikh.com website