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Gurbani on eBook Readers

Gurbani on eBook Readers

Last week was an unexpected long and tedious week at SikhNet. You can blame or thank my wife whichever you prefer! It all started with a new electronic device in our office (The Amazon Kindle). My wife loves reading books, particularly before going to sleep. With her birthday coming up this weekend I was trying […]

Experiences Doing Nitnem Banis

Over the past years my practice of reciting the nitnem banis has been sporadic. It’s like any spiritual practice, it takes commitment and discipline to continue day in and day out. Sometimes I am on solid, and sometimes not. My challenge is to be stable all the time. In the past I had my daily […]

Losing Our History?

Today I was reading an article on SikhNet that was written by Amandeep Singh on the topic of Yoga and Sikh Dharma. It was quite interesting to read and think about his descriptions of how there used to be connections with Yoga and Sikhi. I know some might think this is "propaganda", since many Sikhs […]

The Power of Japji Sahib

The story of one woman who was transformed at a cellular level by the sound current of Japji Sahib By Nirvair Kaur Late one summer night in June 2003, unable to sleep, I sat at my computer listening to audio clips on the Spirit Voyage Music website.  I clicked on Mata Mandir Singh‘s Gurmukhi version […]

The Science of Naad & Gurbani

(As explained by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji) "Naad means "the essence of all sounds". All languages contain sounds which relate to one or more of the five elements of air, fire, water, earth or ether. Gurbani is a perfect combination and permutation of sounds relating to all the five elements […]

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