Falsehood Cannot Propagate Truth

The Gurbani asserts Jhooth (falsehood, untruth — Maya) cannot propagate Sach (Truth). Because, both — Jhooth and Sach — are of opposing nature, incompatible. In other words, falsehood cannot influence … Continue reading“Falsehood Cannot Propagate Truth”

Toe To Top

The Gurbani has made beautiful use of many idioms (ਮੁਹਾਵਰੇ) throughout. One of these idioms used in the Gurbani goes something like: Toe to Head (“ਨਖ ਸਿਖ”: ਨਖ = the … Continue reading“Toe To Top”

Stuck Half-Way

The Gurbani boldly declares that mere talks or chatter about Brahm-Giaan; mere reading of the Gurbani; or mere Pakhandbaajee (hypocrisy,  rituals-Karamkaand, robes-Bhekh, etc., will not grant any Spiritual-Realization Gurmukh Lifestyle … Continue reading“Stuck Half-Way”

Mind Clinging To Maya Can’t Be Trusted

The Gurbani tells us that anything and everything, which can be seen with our physical eyes is under the influence of Maya, including all humans. ਜਹ ਦੇਖਾ ਤਹ ਜੇਵਰੀ ਮਾਇਆ … Continue reading“Mind Clinging To Maya Can’t Be Trusted”

Dance Of The Mind Attached To Maya

First off, what is Maya? Maya is a Sanskrit word which literally means “that which is not” – “Ma” means “not”, “Ya” means “that”. Like mirage (“ਮ੍ਰਿਗ ਤ੍ਰਿਸਨਾ”), it never … Continue reading“Dance Of The Mind Attached To Maya”