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Words of Power

Words of Power

The power of conscious speech is the power of invocation. We can literally create reality through the power of our words. Every word we speak is an act of creation. But we do not understand our own power. Breath is God’s gift of life and when we use it to utter sounds, those sounds carry […]

Gurbani Media Center

Gurbani Media Center

I remember around 6 years ago thinking of an idea of somehow merging Gurbani in a textual format with the audio recordings of the same Shabad. This way whenever you read a text version of Gurbani you can hear many different recordings of that shabad sung, and vice versa when you are listening to Gurbani […]

Simran – Remembering…

Simran – Remembering…

Most of us, when we think of Nam Simran think of "repeating God’s Name" out loud, either musically, or simply verbally we think…. "Sat Nam, Sat Nam, Wahe Guru, Wahe Guru…" but actually, that is Japa, not Simran. Japa is the audible repetion of Nam. In fact, the only command in the entire Siri Guru […]

Anand Sahib Translation: Published

by Ek Ong Kaar Kaur Khalsa * ekongkaar.blogspot.com Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh. Almost two years ago (oh my goodness – has it really been that long??), I posted a draft translation of Guru Amar Das’s Anand Sahib on my blog. Since that time, the translation has gone through a […]

What’s the world made of?

Gurumustuk Singh Ji asked me to write a bit about the five tattvas and the three gunas. This is what was "assumed knowledge" in the time Gurbani was written. Basically, it’s the KAR part of IK ONG KAR (ONG being the creative power itself.) The five tattvas are: earth, water, fire, air and ether. They […]

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