Category: Siri Singh Sahib Ji


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 website

Ang Sang Wahe Guru to Guide the Psyche

Excerpt from a Commentary by Gurucharan Singh, originally published in The Inner Voice, February 1991 and revised October 2001 Ang is 'a part'. Sang is 'in every,' or 'with every'.  Wahe is 'the indescribable living ecstasy of Infinite Being'. Guru is 'the knowledge that transforms your mind, emotion and essence.' The whole phrase means,
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Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan’s Words on Jaap Sahib

"Jaap Sahib" is Guru Gobind Singh's bani. Guru Gobind Singh became one with God and recited Jaap Sahib. You have to understand: the Sikhs of Guru Gobind Singh were in a position to run at the speed of a horse. What was the miracle that gave them such power? Jaap Sahib.

The Golden Gift of Peaceful Sleep ~ Kirtan Sohila

I have been listening to, or reciting Kirtan Sohila (evening Sikh prayer) my whole life. My first conscious memory of this prayer was when my stepfather, Sat Santokh would read Kirtan Sohila to me every night before going to sleep. I am grateful beyond any words I can come up with that my stepfather did this. There
Kirtan Sohila-Snatam

The Quantum Technology and Impact of Shabad Guru

The impact of the Shabad Guru comes from its masterful use of the technology of sound and rhythm. It is a “quantum technology.” A technology is the application of a science. The sound patterns of the Shabad Guru are based on the science of sound. In the West this would be the science of reflex

The Science of Naad and Gurbani

Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Guru and it contains the Guru. What is the Guru? It is the formula for experiencing one's own divinity. Naad means "the essence of all sounds." All languages contain sounds, which relate to one or more of the five elements of air, fire, water, earth, and ether.
Naad Gurbani CKJ