Divine wisdom.

1) The Gyan comes from within our own soul, from various Sat Sarovars from within our own Suksham Dehi.  Some of the Sat Sarovars contains the super divine power of the Braham Gyan and when they are illuminated with Naam then we are blessed with Puran Braham Gyan, Puran Tat Gyan.  This is the highest level of divine wisdom and doesn’t come by reading or reciting GurBani.  It doesn’t come by reading any amount of books or studying any number of writings.  This will not come in even by reading these writings either.  It will only and only come when our Sat Sarovars are illuminated by Naam.  Therefore, the GurParsaad of Puran Braham Gyan – Puran Tat Gyan also comes from Naam to the ones who go into the Puran Dhyaan.  This means the ones who achieve the GurParsaad and then completely surrender themselves to the Gur and Guru with Tunn, Munn and Dhann with full trust, devotion and love.  Therefore, divine wisdom comes from Naam by going into Dhyaan – which means going into Samadhi and Sunn Samadhi in the early stages of Bandgi followed by the highest stage of Sehaj Samadhi – which is a 24 hours non-stop continuous Samadhi. 

2) Any divine wisdom that comes from a SatGur is Puran Braham Gyan.  Any divine wisdom that comes from a Puran Sant is the Puran Braham Gyan.  Any divine words that come from a Puran Braham Gyani is Puran Braham Gyan.  Any divine Shabads that are recited by a Puran Khalsa are Puran Braham Gyan.  These divine words are the word of God.  These words are GurParsaad, are Sat and will come true when followed with Sachee Shardha, Sachee Preet and Sacha Vishvaas.  This is a Divine Truth, so when we follow these divine words and do whatever they tell us to do then the rewards are unimaginable.