To experience Divinity one must experience oneness with the source of life while transacting in the manifest world. There is a beautiful story in the life of Guru Nanak which best illustrates this.
One stormy morning during sadhana, as he was sitting beside the river in deep meditation, Guru Nanak got up and walked into the raging river. Everyone was concerned that they had lost him. However, three days later he came out of the river at the same place he had walked into it. He had merged in the oneness of the light of God and three days later emerged to share his experience of Divinity. Of course, everyone wanted to know what happened to him. From this Divine state he answered them with the Mul Mantra:
Ek Ong Kaar: The Creator and the Creation are One
Sat Naam: Its Identity is Truth
Kartaa Purkh: Doer of Everything
Nirbhao: Without Fear
Nirvair: Without Revenge
Akaal Moorat: Undying
Ajooni: Beyond Birth
Sai Bhang: Self Illumined
Gurprasaad: This understanding comes by Guru’s Grace
Aad sach, Jugaad Sach, Haibhee Sach, Nanak Hosee Bhee Sach: True in the beginning,True throughout the ages, True here and now, Oh Nanak, forever and ever True
Divinity is an experience of the light of God within yourself. As we begin our morning prayers with Japji Sahib to relate to our soul, it is the Mul Mantra which opens the key to experiencing our Divinity. The Siri Singh Sahib said that chanting it will remove fate and bring you prosperity. The Mul Mantra is a fate killer, so that the grace of your divinity will support you to deliver your destiny.