The End of Karma

You know – the spirituality section of the book stores in the US keep getting bigger and bigger – with all types of Dharmas being presented in 21st-century form to the everyday reader. There’s Buddhist meditators and Native American shamans, Chicken-soup for the Soul and inspirational versus. But where the heck is Guru Nanak in all of this?

Well – my dear friend Dr. Dharma Singh is trying to bridge that gap with his new book The End of Karma.

It’s a great book that takes the reader through the 40 verses of Japji Sahib during the course of 40 days. And each day, there are questions that you ask yourself, visualizations to do or little meditations to practice. No one’s quite succeeded yet in bringing the brilliant universal wisdom of Guru Nanak to the typical “new age” reader of the United States. But I have a lot of hope that The End of Karma will share Guru Nanak’s wisdom with a whole generation of readers.

Here’s a huge “Bole So Nihal…Sat Siri Akal” to Dr. Dharma for stepping out with Guru Nanak.

All love in the Divine,

Ek Ong Kaar Kaur

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