Qué significa ser un Ministro de Sikh Dharma?

Extracto del Capítulo 1, Secciones I-K, “El Ministerio Sikh”. Página 8 del libro Victoria y Virtud Significa hacerte a ti mismo pequeño para que otros puedan sentirse grande. Significa hacer de ti mismo un sirviente para que otros puedan sentir su maestría. Significa dar para que otros que carecen puedan recibir.
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Polarity and Prosperity

Once we were all in Los Angeles, sitting in a class with Yogi Bhajan discussing contrast consciousness and ” twined thoughts”. Yogi Bhajan posed a question to everybody “What is not a positive “thought” is ……………………….?" Without thinking most everyone answered together, loudly and clearly with the word “Negative”! “NO”! Yogi Bhajan shouted back
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Prosperity Has Two Sides to It

Lecture excerpts from the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan from August 7th, 1991 in Espanola, NM Prosperity. Root word purpose, achievement. Noun; prosperity, base, propose, proposal, purpose, projection, penetration, production, paraphernalia, prototypes. The base energy force is parallel and all come told is prosperity. Prosperity in combination. Prosperity looks as one unit, but it has two sides
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Cuál es la diferencia entre el Shabad Guru, el Siri Guru Granth Sahib y el Gurbani?

El Siri Guru Granth Sahib es una colección específica de shabads (poemas) compilados por el Quinto Guru, Guru Arjan en 1604, con algunos shabads añadidos por el décimo y último Guru Sikh, Guru Gobind Singh. Comienza con el Japji escrito por Guru Nanak e incluye escritos de los primeros cinco Gurus Sikh y el Noveno Guru, Guru Teg
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What is Shabad Guru? Definition, Effects, Origin and Experience

What is Shabad Guru? Shabad means sound, Guru means teacher or knowledge that transforms you. The simplest meaning of Shabad Guru is a special sound that is a teacher. The Shabad Guru employs the Naad, totally balanced universal sound, to remove the constrictions and distortions of the ego. Definition of Shabad Guru The root
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What is the Difference Between the Shabad Guru, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, and Gurbani?  

The Siri Guru Granth Sahib is a specific collection of shabads (poems) compiled by the 5th Guru, Guru Arjan in 1604, with a few shabads added in by the 10th and last Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. It begins with the Japji written by Guru Nanak and includes writings by the first five Sikh Gurus
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