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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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Los Efectos de los Pauris del Japji Sahib

(Compilado por el Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan and Bhai Sahiba Bibiji Inderjit Kaur) Recitar diariamente el Japji completo, balanceará todos los aspectos de tu ser, y activará tu alma. También puedes elegir recitar cada pauri 11 veces al día para trabajar en una faceta en particular. El MUL MANTRA cambia el destino
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Guru Nanak’s Call of the Soul: Japji Sahib

In Japji Sahib, Guru Nanak touches the deepest essence of individual consciousness, elevating one to the universal consciousness. Japji is made up of 40 remarkable segments where Guru Nanak not only explains the mysteries of the cosmos, but also gives us spiritual instruction that we can follow to achieve the same experience of higher consciousness
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33rd Pauri of Japji Sahib

 It is said that reciting the 33rd pauri (stanza) of Japji Sahib dissolves your ego and brings forth your divinity. It removes negativity, neutralizes your destructive nature, and prevents harm to others by your hand. We will delve into the meaning behind this sacred stanza and learn how to incorporate it into our daily lives
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2016 Japji Course for the Aquarian Age

As the Cottonwood trees of Northern New Mexico began their annual transformation into a blaze of brilliant yellow, twenty-five students gathered for the Japji Course for the Aquarian Age in Española, NM, USA on the weekend of September 30th. The course was held in the beautifully renovated “Sadhana Nivas” yoga space at the former site
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How to Walk into the Unknown

This summer I have been immersed in the 19th stanza of a sacred poem, called Japji, given to us by Guru Nanak, a saint and sage of the 15th Century in Northern India. I always feel that the Naad, or the sacred sound current of the Guru, is alive and that it finds us exactly
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