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The Nine Treasures

The Guru refers to meditation on God's Name and meditating on the source of our existence as being the gift that keeps on giving.  All, spiritual, worldly and aesthetic pleasures imaginable - nine and beyond - are obtained and derived from deeply experiencing the One within our own selves.
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The Power of Prayer

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
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The Rising Spirit

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
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Truth is Divine

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’.
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