About: Light of Guru Nanak

Conquer Your Monkey Mind

The yogis often refer to the freewheeling, erratic nature of the mind as the 'monkey mind.' A scattered mind creates scattered habits. Commanding the mind and stilling its chatter are considered keys to yogic discipline and are a direct source of mental health.
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Reflections on the Twenty Eighth Paurī from JapJī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

This Pauri from Jap Jī is very important. Mundā santokh, tolerance and unlimited patience, is the highest power you can have. Mundā are the earrings, which yogīs wear in the solar center to denounce the world. It is the sun meridian point: this little lobe represents your head with the central part of your intelligence in the center. When
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Reflections on the Twenty Fourth Paurī from JapJī Sāhib by Gurū Nānak

The 24th Paurī uses the term Ant Na, repeatedly. Ant means end. Na is the negation of Ant,  meaning without end, countless, as it is frequently translated. In this Paurī, Gurū Nānak marvels at the vastness of the Ek Ong Kār. He explains that countless are the praises and the praisers of God, countless are the works and gifts of God. Gurū Nānak goes
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