The Gurbani in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) teaches that each one of us creates his/her own happiness or suffering. Similarly, each one of us overloads own mind with mental… Continue reading Unloading the Mental Load
The Gurus and Bhagats were not only God-Connected Within, they were also excellent communicators, poets, and presenters. They effectively used idioms / metaphors to explain very complex spiritual ideas. Hence… Continue reading Bridge that Links Human Mind to God Within!
The word ‘Maya’ and ‘Haumai‘ occurs frequently in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS). In order to impart the Truth (ਸਚ), all 35 contributors of the SGGS have used terms… Continue reading Haumai Maya
The literal meaning of Grihast (ਗ੍ਰਿਹਸਤ) is family member, householder, married life etc. Praising household life, Bhai Gurdas ji called it the best Dharma — the best of all religious… Continue reading Gurmat Reccomends Shabad Based Householder’s Life
Conflicts among religions may be open and active, however many time it is also passive and clandestine. These useless conflicts saps the society and world of harmony, love, peace and… Continue reading Gurbani on Absurdity of Conflicts Among Man-Made Religions