What is Humbleness (Nimrata)?

What is Humbleness (Nimrata)?

A SikhNet user asks the question about humility vs. being aggressive/strong. What does it mean to you to be humble? Where does the Saint/Soldier (Sant Sipahi) concept come into this? Often times people put up a "show" of humility for others….but what does it really mean to be humble? Guruka Singh shares his thoughts on the topic…

Here is another related video on a similar topic by SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji during some question and answer session with Sikh Youth in Surrey, Canada (March 19th 1996) on the topic of Humbleness and Jewelry.  You can read the full blog post "dust of the dust of the dust"

4 Responses to “What is Humbleness (Nimrata)?”

  1. Fateh Singh says:

    I didn't watch the videos yet, but it was passed down to me, from students of Yogi Bhajan, simply that Humbleness = Approachability.

  2. Amrita Kaur says:

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
    Dear Gurumustuk Ji, the videos on humility eally struck a cord with me.. especially how making things a part of your identity can serve as a trap blinding us to carry out the frequency of the present
    Thank you :)

  3. Guruka is so great. I loved the first part where he talked about being humble as being rooted inside of you. Beautiful!

  4. Fateh Singh says:

    I watch these videos quite often these days… It is my consciousness refresher…

    When Yogi Bhajan asked of his students to become 10 times better than him, Guruka stepped up and answered the call!

    Wahe Guru ji ka Khalsa… Wahe Guru ji ki Fateh!