Category: Dharmic Education

The Naad of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib

(As explained by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji) SIRI: (See + Ree) The entire light of the sun’s creativity. Lakshmi. Whatever has been created, whatever is possibly created, shall be created, can be created, is called "Siri." GURU: (Gu=darkness + Ru= light) From darkness to light, from ignorance to
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What People are Saying about the “Deepening Your Personal Relationship with the Guru” Course

  Constance Mayer This course is delivering exactly what I feel my soul desires. A group of teachers and community committed to giving & receiving the teachings of the Guru. Åse Evebø Thank you so much for all this information! I`ve been reading for hours! And I will for
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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
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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
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Reflections on the Salok from JapJī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

In the first line of this Salok Guru Nānak reminds us of the trinity of our primary relationships of Father, Mother and "Guru" (our connection to the Divine). This trinity directly invokes three of the elements, or Tattvas, namely Air, Water and Earth. In other scriptures Guru Nānak describes how in the beginning of creation Air
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