Posted by Sat Purkh Kaur Khalsa& filed under Our Authors, Prayer, Your Stories
We stood outside the facilities in McAllen, Texas, in the parking lot across the road, and looked at the United States flag that was flying in the courtyard. I’ve never been particularly prayerful, as a child I refused to say my evening prayers before bed. That’s still my innate response to anyone asking me to…
Posted by Bibiji& filed under Our Authors, Shabad Guru
“La vida se nos es dada como destino…Cada día debemos morir y debemos experimentar esa muerte. Y cada día debemos renacer y debemos experimentar esa resurrección.” – Siri Singh Sahib.
El Gurbani dice que cuando nacemos, nuestro destino ya está escrito.
“Pehlay Buni Paraptay, Pachay Buni Sareeer” - Primero, el Destino es escrito, luego…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 11-Siri Guru Granth Sahib, Publications
Anyone can take a Hukam. A Hukam is the “order of the day.” It is the Guru telling us what to remember and understand in order to guide our lives and put our circumstances into perspective. The procedure is that after covering your head and washing your hands, you stand and offer a prayer, make…
Posted by Shiv Charan Singh Khalsa& filed under 11-Siri Guru Granth Sahib, Our Authors
FIRST MONTH as described in SGGS is CHAYT : 14th March - 13th April
Chayt (Chet) also means to be awake, aware, conscious of, think of, or turn your attention to; implying to remember or contemplate on the essential things (the One God, the Naam - Spiritual Identity).
Spring is a time of awakening and…
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Bani, Lectures-Siri Singh Sahib
Gurdwara Lecture by the Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa YogiJi
Los Angeles, CA (November 19, 1989)
There is a concept in Sikh Dharma. It's a very unusual concept. Chardhi kala—rising spirit. If you want to have an equal literal meaning of this, it only means rising spirit. In other words, if…
Posted by Siri Guru Granth Sahib& filed under 05-Guru Arjan, Shabad Guru
This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Siri Guru Granth Sahib on Page 1120
Kaedhaaraa mehalaa 5 ||
Kaydaaraa, Fifth Mehla:
Pria kee preeth piaaree ||
I love the Love of my Beloved.
Magan manai mehi chithavo aasaa nainahu thaar thuhaaree || rehaao ||
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Shabad Guru, Sikh Dharma Technology, Videos-Siri Singh Sahib
Siri Singh Sahib Ji
"Light of the Shabad Guru Series"
February 12, 1995
Guru Ram Das Ashram, Los Angeles, CA, USA
In the lecture entitled, "Learn to be You," from the "Light of the Shabad Guru" series, the Siri Singh Sahib discusses how to live authentically. He explains, "Body is given to…
Posted by Siri Singh Sahib Ji& filed under Lectures-Siri Singh Sahib, Sikh History, The Guru
Lecture by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi Ji
"Guru is the guiding word for the Sikh, the student of truth. But what does the word Guru mean? Literally, Guru means in the Sanskrit original, “from dark to light”. It refers to that technology, that source, which takes us from the…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under Events, Your Stories
Parminder Kaur invited Guruka Singh us to teach in a 3+ day Sikh youth camp in Indianapolis Indiana but he couldn’t make it, so he asked me if I could go with my wife. When we started dialoging with her we realized that she intended us to be the only teachers in a camp with…
Posted by Bibiji& filed under Our Authors
Guru Nanak gave us a very easy way to understand that every being is part of the Divine creation. The Creator is within you and everyone. Chanting Sat Naam, with every breath we draw can help us realize that ‘ONE’ within, that ‘True-Name’ of the infinite spirit, ‘Sat-Naam’.…
Posted by Hari Jiwan Singh Khalsa& filed under Siri Singh Sahib Ji, Your Stories
Some schools of yoga teach that Shakti Pad is a good thing. And, of course, they’re right. As we’ve seen above, Shakti Pad should be a gateway to more and more blessings. Our Teacher gives his students a heads up, a warning that all isn’t beautiful until you begin to overcome your karma. Everything isn’t…