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Guru Arjan Dev and the Birth of the Guru Granth Sahib

Guru Ram Das had three sons. The child who was to become the Guru was the youngest. Born April 15, 1563, he was named Arjan Mal. Each of the boys had very different dispositions. The eldest, Prithi Chand, was clever in social and worldly affairs. He managed the Guru’s household and most efficiently administered the
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Sadh Sangat – The Company of Disciplined Spiritual People

This article is courtesy of 3HO Sadh Sangat means the company of disciplined spiritual people. Sadh comes from Sadhu (a Sadhu is one who does Sadhana), and Sangat means a group of people gathered together for a purpose. The best translation of Sadh Sangat is "the company of people who do Sadhana" or "the company of the holy.”
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History and Composition of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib

Excerpt from Chapter 3 of Victory and Virtue Guru Nanak brought the Word of God to manifestation upon the Earth. Through his Hymns and Prayers, he inspired and uplifted humankind to live a life of truth, righteousness and spirituality. These enlightening words were sung by his companions, Bala and Mardana, and by the Sangats
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Understand Your Psyche

Chapter 10 from the book, Success and the Spirit , An Aquarian Path to Abundance with Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan lecture excerpts from 9/10/95 and 1/17/2000. This Chapter is also connected to the Prosperity Meditation, Our Pattern, Personality and Projection, taught by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan on 9/10/95. Chapter Ten - Understand Your Psyche As
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Prosperity Meditation for Interdependence

From a lecture taught on November 6, 1990 by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan  POSTURE: Sit in Easy Pose, hands in any relaxed position, make a strong clucking sound with your tongue striking and releasing against the upper palate. The tongue presses the upper palate and breaks from it with a force. It pulls forcefully on the upper palate at the
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Rehit Maryada

Excerpt from Victory and Virtue (Chapter 3) Rehit Maryada means "To live in the constant remembrance of death." It is a code of conduct for living. "Reh," from the verb "rehenaa," means to continue, or to live. Adding "it," it means "lifestyle." "Mar" is derived from the verb "marna," to die, and "yad" means
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Sikh Vows

SIKH VOWS Any ordained Minister of Sikh Dharma may administer Sikh Vows in the presence of Siri Guru Granth Sahib and the Sadh Sangat. Anyone who is ready to make a commitment to live the remainder of his or her life as a Sikh of the Guru is welcome to take Sikh vows. These vows
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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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