Posts tagged: sikh

Give Us the Gift of Trust

For a Sikh there's no choice whether to trust Guru. Guru is in the Sikh. Ang Sang Wahe Guru. When you really look at the people who believe in God, who believe in spirituality, who believe in the Infinity and the dignity of humankind, trust is an essential quality. Keep going and have the trust.
Bibiji

Sikh Path of Love

Our oneness brings about miracles. That is why the Siri Singh Sahib, out of his love for us, challenged us to do the impossible in order to build our excellence and to deliver us into our oneness with God. Love is behind any healing or transformation.
Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur

Spiral of Naad

If you have never been to Darbar Sahib or India, there is a spiral circulation of people that is constant at Darbar Sahib, the Takhts (Sikh Thrones) and other large gurdwara complexes such as Goindwal or Tarn Taran. These Gurdwaras have perkarmas and sarovars—walkways encircling the water tanks. Some have only one entrance, but all
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Holy Holla!

The dusty roads between Garhshankar and Jalandar teemed with life. Surrounded by serene wheat fields lined with wispy trees, thousands of people motored up and down the cramped highway.  They dodged affable but incessant sevaks demanding them to receive Guru’s langar. Their heads adorned with orange turbans in celebration of Holla Mohalla (Holla), the Sikh
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Rehit Maryada

Becoming a Sikh was a slow process for me, and I feel every aspect has touched my soul at different times. I was a new Kundalini yoga student at Guru Ram Das Ashram in Toronto when I blithely signed up for an Akand Paath, and that night was more transformational than any yoga practice
Sat Kaur Nelson-BC