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Compañerismo Para Toda La Humanidad

Guru Nanak, el primer Guru Sikh, tuvo una experiencia de iluminación divina. Estaba sumergido bajo las aguas del río Kali Bien por tres días. Cuando lo encontraron, su primera declaración fue, “no hay Hindú, no hay Musulmán”. Al principio esta declaración puede parecer confusa, pero expresa una idea que se volvió el fundamento de todos
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Celebrating the Birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

As was customary in India in the 1400s, an astrologer was called to cast the horoscope for a newborn infant. He amazed everyone by saying, “This is no ordinary child. This infant is a divine incarnation.” He predicted that this soul would have a profound influence on the world. The astrologer was definitely right, for
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The Mystical Process of the Divine as Described in the Mool Mantra

Guru Nanak gave the Mool Mantra as the essence of the Sikh teachings. Recently, while meditating on it, it dawned on me how inter-dependent the phrases of the Mool Mantra really are. For a long time the Mool Mantra seemed to me a group of adjectives describing the experience of Divinity. But like a seed
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Japji Sahib and the Shabad Guru

"Give because God gives to you.  Love because that is your purpose in life.  Shine because it is important. Share because it is demanded of you. How can you do it?  In Japji, Guru Nanak gave you guidance, telling you the way he found liberation, ‘In the ambrosial hour, meditate on the True Identity.  Your
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The Invention of the Gurmukhi Script

Many people who practice Kundalini Yoga as taught by the Siri Singh Sahib - Yogi Bhajan love the mantras and chants. But where did these chants come from? What language are they written in? Kundalini Yoga often uses chants taken from the language of Gurmukhi.  As far as languages go, Gurmukhi is relatively new. It’s
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The Shabad is my Guru

Shabad – the sound that cuts the ego. Guru – the wisdom that takes us from darkness to light. In his teachings, Yogi Bhajan, also known as the Siri Singh Sahib of Sikh Dharma, taught that the Shabad Guru would become the guiding wisdom for people in the Aquarian Age. But what, exactly, is the
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Banis Diarios Entregados por Guru Gobind Singh

(Arte por cortesía de Sewa Singh Khalsa) Para apoyar el desarrollo espiritual propio, Guru Gobind Singh enseñó que es mejor cantar ciertos Banis cada día. Y algunos es mejor cantarlos a ciertas horas del día. Los siguientes son los Banis diarios dados por Guru Gobind Singh. Click aquí para descargar estos Banis
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Guru Nanak and Prayer

Guru Nanak was a grown up man now, and he had begun to travel and teach. He walked everywhere on foot with his friends and wherever they went, they sang. His friends were Mardana, who was a Muslim, and Bala, who was a Hindu. Those were the two main religions in India during that time.
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Guru Nanak Dev Ji acerca de la Aceptación

Este artículo es cortesía de Sikhnet En la Era de la Información, tenemos un extenso vocabulario técnico, pero nuestro vocabulario para estados de consciencia es lamentablemente aún inadecuado. Guru Nanak describió el estado de consciencia de aceptación momento-a-momento como “Sahej”. Sahej significa “en balance”. Esta aceptación sin esfuerzo de cada momento, viene de dos
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The Effects of the Pauris of Japji Sahib in Punjabi

(Compiled by the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan and Bhai Sahiba Bibiji Inderjit Kaur) Translated into Punjabi by Amarjit Kaur Rathore In English: Reciting the entire Japji daily will balance all aspects of your self and activate your soul.  You may also choose to recite each pauri 11 times a
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