ਮੂਲ – Mool

The Gurbani reminds us the very purpose of human birth — Recognizing or Understanding our True Nature (ਅਪਣੇ ਅਸਲੀ ਸਰੂਪ ਨੂੰ ਪਛਾਣ ਲੈਣਾਂ), and thus become One with the Mool … Continue reading “ਮੂਲ – Mool”

Gobind In Me Is Gobind In All

Call Gobind or whatever name you like, the Reality is One (Universal Consciousness or Energy, Truth, Hukam…), it is the common denominator of all that exists. However, a deluded, doubt-ridden … Continue reading “Gobind In Me Is Gobind In All”

Truth Is Not Realized Until…

Truth is not an acquisition that has to be sought. It is a realization and an Awakening. The Gurbani tells us that we cannot realize or Awaken Truth (ਸਚ…) until … Continue reading “Truth Is Not Realized Until…”

Target of a Sikh in Life Per the Gurbani

As time and again indicated in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS), the target of a Sikh in life (i.e., while incarnated) is to conquer his deluded mind (ਮੰਨ ਨੂੰ … Continue reading “Target of a Sikh in Life Per the Gurbani”

When “This” and “That” blend to become “One”…

“This” (“ਇਹੁ”) = Jeeva (individual being), the mind… “That” (“ਓਹੁ”) =  Mool (ਮੂਲ), Jot, Source, Origin, Brahm … The Gurbani reminds us we are to Realize our Jot-Saroop, and thus … Continue reading “When “This” and “That” blend to become “One”…”

Sahib and Sewak is One

The Gurbani says that the Sahib and the Sewak is One. Sahib = Master, Source, Origin, Joti, Mool, ਮੂਲ, ਚਿੱਤ … Sewak = Servant, Jeeva, Individual being, mind … This consistency of the … Continue reading “Sahib and Sewak is One”

Ultimate Purpose of Human Birth

From One (Saabat, Joti-Svaroopa, Embodiment of the Divine Light…), we became two (divided, fragmented, two like a split grain or seed-ਦਲੀ ਹੋਈ ਦਾਲ ਵਾਂਗ ਦੋ ਫਾੜ…). This division or duality … Continue reading “Ultimate Purpose of Human Birth”

Sargun Nirgun – Visible and Invisible

There is nothing in the Universe which Baabaa Nanak did not call Rabb! The Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) embodies the central theme of spiritual Wisdom – the Oneness of … Continue reading “Sargun Nirgun – Visible and Invisible”