Hearing Alone Is Not Enough!

A Maya-driven or a doubt-ridden mind is a crowd. That is, a crowd of innumerable thoughts, fancies, imaginations, voices, desires… Furthermore, each thought tortures us, pulls us, and pushes us… Read More »

Vaisakh Is Beautiful!

Using the example of the month of Vaisakh (pronounced “Vaisaakh“), the Gurbani tells us that Vaisakh can be really “Beautiful” (“Suhaavaa“: charming, attractive, pleasant…) for the mind (or soul) ONLY… Read More »

Naam Unites All

The Divine Wisdom of the Gurbani Teaches us that the “Raam Naam” yokes all together, like all beads strung on one common thread!. ਸਭ ਜੋਗਤਣ ਰਾਮ ਨਾਮੁ ਹੈ ਜਿਸ ਕਾ… Read More »

Who Am I?

The Sri Guroo Granth Sahib (SGGS) is a Giaan-Guroo. With this Giaan (Wisdom), we all can  inquire (Spiritual Inquiry) into “Who, or what, am I?”; turn our awareness directly toward… Read More »

Mool Realization Cannot Be Made To An Order

One must do it himself / herself! Nobody else can do it for you (“ਹੋਰਨਿ ਕਾਰਜੁ ਨ ਹੋਈ”). To put it otherwise, Mool-realization cannot be given to someone as a… Read More »

Useless Talk

The Gurbani says only those become acceptable (ਕਬੂਲ, Gurmukhs, etc.) whose consciousness becomes One with their Mool (ਮੂਲ, Source, Jot……), within. However, the Gurbani reminds, all other shallow talks devoid of… Read More »

There Is No Second

The Gurbani asserts there is only one All-Pervading Mool (Reality, Source, Jot, Hari, Prabh, Gobind, Thaakur, Sajjan, Swaami, Preetam, Gopaal, Naraain, etc.). There is no second. Also called Self by… Read More »

What Is Killing The Mind

In this post, we will try to reflect on the “what”, “why”, and “how” of killing of the mind (“ਮਨੁ ਮਾਵਾਸੀ ਰਾਜਾ”). First off, we need to know what the… Read More »

Signs Of Mool Realization

The Gurbani tells us that the purpose of human life is  to realize one’s Mool (Source, Jot…) by seeking liberation from doubt (Bharam), Maya’s delusion, duality, Haumai (false ego-sense), spiritual… Read More »

Two Hukam

As discussed in the preceding post (“Two Minds“) – on account of duality (Doojaa-Bhaav, two-ness, ਦੁਚਿੱਤੀ…) – there are two minds at work (“ਕਹਨ ਸੁਨਨ ਕਉ”): (1) Half mind (ਅਰਧ… Read More »