Category archive: Dasvandh

Dasvandh as Seva

Personal Reflection on Seva Seva is service. There are so many stories of people in history who have done incredible acts of service. But how do we incorporate service into our lives? There seems to be no room with work, cooking, house cleaning, and the countless activities of a modern day householder.  I
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Prosperity in Adversity

Neither tithing nor spiritual practice—not even one as mighty as Kundalini Yoga—prevents adversity. We signed up for adversity when we signed up for a human incarnation. What spiritual practice does is give us the right mental attitude to handle adversity when it arises. What tithing does is ensure that we have what we need to
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Siri Singh Sahib ~ Dasvandh Lecture

Siri Singh Sahib Jii 12/31/1987 “There’s a word in Sikh Dharma and it’s a very beautiful word, It’s called Bheta. Bheta means offering. Charity or Dhan means what you give. Dhan means charity. Dhan, you give to the lower than you. Dhan you give to the needy. Charity you do with the needy or you share with others. Bheta is, you
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