By Marianne Williamson Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness That most frightens us. We ask ourselves Who am I to be
MAN TOON JOT SAROOP HAI This is composed by Guru Amar Daas Ji in Raag Aasaa and is on page 441 in Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Bhai Harjinder Singh Srinagar wale has graced this shabad with his melodious voice.
This is an Interesting read as gurbani tells us to get up at Amrit wella and meditate and this article says “Various research being conducted so far confirms that there are certain periods in the night, between the hours of one
Gurbani says the creator is True in the beginning, true throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak, truth shall ever be. Gurbani is also referred as Dhur Ki Bani (The speech from Supreme house and some have referred to Dhur as
a Hymn from the Guru Granth Sahib which promotes tolerance towards all humanity, every faith and religion, peace, love and goodwill. This message of pluralism and interfaith harmony amongst the world faiths is unique. The Hymn is as follows: “koee bolai
We see space as a visual environment and see all the amazing photographs of the planets, galaxies, and solar systems, however we don’t pay attention to the audio aspect of space. Sound There is sound in space as it exists as electromagnetic vibrations which
Turbans go way back in history as part of a spiritual practice. The top of your head is the tenth gate or the crown chakra. It is normally covered by hair that acts as antennae to protect the top of the
The following excerpt is from a great book by Giani Sant Singh Ji Maskeen Shabad Guru Surat Dhun Chela a must read with deep topics and eye opening content around sikh and the concept of oneness. Sikh is not one sided,