About: Guru Nanak

Siri Singh Sahib on Mothers and Women

Blessed mother, the Ashtibhujaa, the jananee, the divine, nursing and nurturing, the source of all affection, love and courage, the symbol of divinity, dignity and grace, reality among all non-realities, power among all the impotence, and glow against all darkness. The destroyer of the demons, ill will and negativity - cleansing and purifying the strength
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Protected: An Introduction to Japji Sahib

Japji Sahib is timeless and universal. Recited daily (Jap), it becomes a companion, slowly revealing insights of your inner journey of self-realization and bringing light and strength to your divine self, your “ji.” The recitation of Japji acts as a medicinal salve or remedy to heal the injuries and the challenges encountered during your life.
Yogi Bhajan SSS Japji

Protected: Life of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Nanak was born into a middle-class Hindu family in 1469 in a small village near Lahore, Pakistan. As a boy, he rejected commonly held spiritual conventions and spent as much time as he could in the company of traveling sadhus, mystics, and spiritual teachers. Although well versed in Sanskrit, Persian, and the sacred texts of
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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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Woman is Where Dignity and Divinity Merge Together

Excerpt of lecture by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, found on the Library of Teachings and in the book "I am Woman:  Creative, Sacred and Invincible" by KRI Creative Infinity is also called Siri: Siri Guru Dev-ay Nameh. We have to learn, as human beings, that creativity is a woman; prakirti is woman; Adi
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