Raam of the Gurmat

The word “Raam” has two aspects in Gurmat (Wisdom, Upadesh or Way of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS). It’s emphasized by the SGGS to recognize the difference between both —… Read More »

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… Read More »

Try To Be Better Than Yourself!

Enlightenment, Freedom, Liberation is to know one’s true self (Jot Saroop, True Nature, Mool, Reality)! So, instead of expecting others to change, the Gurbani’s wisdom teaches focusing on being better… Read More »

Mind Happens To Us, We Do Not Happen To Mind

Mind is the separation from its Mool (Root, Source, Origin, Jot, Hari, Raam, Gobind, Allah…). Wider the gap of this separation, denser the mind — thicker the Haumai or false… Read More »

Gurbani Defines Form Of God

Religions and people have all sorts of concepts regarding the form of God (call him whatever you like – Allah, Rabb, Kaadar, Prabh, Hukam, …). Many of these concepts are not… Read More »

Beauty

The physical beauty is just skin-deep — temporary, fleeting, fading, vanishing, changing, or deceptive (i.e., Maya). However, the Beauty the Gurbani holds is that Beauty which is perceived in the… Read More »

Not Liable For Change

The Gurbani says we are THAT — “Joti Saroop(u)-ਜੋਤਿ ਸਰੂਪੁ”! The Gurbani reminds us that we as “Joti Saroop(u)” (“ਜੋਤਿ ਸਰੂਪੁ”) are not separate from the Supreme Reality. Therefore, the… Read More »

Gurbani Says Help Yourself To Realize The Ultimate Purpose Of Life

The Gurbani reminds us that the purpose (“Kaaj“) of human life is to realize one’s Mool (Source, Prabhu, Hari, Raam, Gobind, Allah, True Nature or Jot Saroop, Brahm-Giaan, Divine Life… Read More »

Death Is Not To Be Feared

The mind finds it hard to accept the idea that existence contains life and also death. However, life is not logical as the mind! The reality is: If there is… 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 »