First off, the Gurmat (Wisdom, Giaan, Upadesh or Way of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS) rejects symbolism and Karamkaand (formalities, ritualism). Second, the Gurbani is not written for Yogis,… Continue reading Gurbani Defines True Yoga and Yogi
Blind faith (ਅੰਨੀ ਸਰਧਾ) is foolishness. To the contrary, Bibek (discriminating intellect, ਤਰਕ) is Wisdom! Hence, a blind faith can easily be broken or lost. But if it is strengthened… Continue reading Sandalwood Mind
Simply put, ‘Rahat’ (ਰਹਤ) means Way of life or living… For a Sikh (student or learner of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS), the Way of living a life is… Continue reading Sri Guru Granth Sahib on Rahat
Literally — in a worldly sense —”Sooraa” (ਸੂਰਾ) means a brave person (hero, mighty warrior, fearless fighter, ਸੂਰਮਾ, ਬਹਾਦਰ, ਬਲੀ, ਯੋਧਾ, ਮਹਾਬਲੀ…). However, in material life, depending on one’s perspective,… Continue reading Gurbani’s Sooraa – Braveheart
The Gurbani talks about two mentality-groups living together on earth: (1) the “rare” Gurmukhs (Daas, Bhagat, Jan…) who live the Divine Life, and (2) the rest – Manmukhs, Saakat, Mayadhaaree,… Continue reading The Gurmukh Never Grows Old!