Ayhu saachaa sohilaa saachai ghar gaavhu.

Gaavhu ta sohilaa ghar saachai jithai sadaa sach dhi-aavhay.

Sacho dhi-aavahi jaa tudh bhaaveh gurmukh jinaa bujhaavhay.

Ih sach sabhnaa kaa khasam hai jis bakhsay so jan paavhay.

Kahai naanak sach sohilaa sachai ghar gaavhay. ||39||

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 922)

The magnificence of GurBani (Gur’s words or God’s words; commonly refers to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji) is immense. The magnificence of GurBani is supremely powerful. GurBani is Puran Sat (the absolute Truth). GurBani is Param Sat (the supreme Truth). GurBani is the collection of all the Param Sat Tat’s (core-essences of the supreme Truth). GurBani is Puran Braham Gyan (the perfect-divine wisdom). GurBani bears the supreme power. GurBani is ‘Sohilaa’ of the core-essences of the absolute Param Sat. By ‘Sohilaa’ is meant song of the supremely powerful magnificence of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar (Truth, the Transcendent Lord and Creator of the Universe). By ‘Sohilaa’ is meant song of the supremely powerful magnificence of the name ‘Sat’ Naam (Truth as a manifestation of the Name of God) of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. By ‘Sohilaa’ is meant song of the supremely powerful magnificence of the Sants (saints), Bhagats (devotees), SatGurus (the Truth-Gurus; those having accomplished Bandagi and attained Jeevan Mukti, and divinely ordained to lead others on the path of Bandagi and Mukti), Braham Gyanis (the divinely-wise), Khalsas (the pure souls who have obtained Braham Gyan), Gurmukhs (the souls in complete Bandagi; the souls in possession of GurParsaad of Naam; the souls in Sach Khand) and Gursikhs (disciples of the Guru; pious Sikhs) of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani depicts the supremely powerful magnificence of ‘Ik-Onkaar SatNaam Kartaa Purakh Nirbhao Nirvair Akaal Moorat Ajoonee Saibhan GurParsaad’ (the Mool Mantar or the Definition of Origin; the very first composition in Jap Ji Sahib). Mool Mantar is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence of the unique, ever-established, established-from-the-very-origin, established-all-through-the-ages and established-in-all-ages-to-come, supremely mighty existence of Sarab Kalaa Bharpoor (in possession of the supreme-divine abilities) the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Mool Mantar is Sohilaa of definition of the Agam (one that cannot be perceived by the five sensory-functions), Agochar (one that requires divine sight to be perceived and experienced), immense and eternal, supremely powerful existence of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Mool Mantar manifests the immense, eternal, Agam and Agochar magnificence of Sarab Kalaa’s (all the divine and sacred supreme powers) of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Mool Mantar is foundation of the entire Creation. Mool Mantar is basis of the origin of the entire Creation. Mool Mantar is womb to the entire Creation. Mool Mantar bears within it all supreme powers that create, sustain and destruct the whole Creation. Mool Mantar is the all-encompassing storehouse of all boundless, divine and sacred treasures. Mool Mantar is all-prevalent. The entire Creation abides in Mool Mantar. Every entity in the Creation takes birth, prospers and meets its end in Mool Mantar. Mool Mantar is the priceless gem, bestowed upon the entire mankind by the blessed SatGuru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji through immense and supreme compassion that, if observed in life, transforms a human being into an embodiment of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Mool Mantar is such a supremely powerful Sohilaa that, if practised in life, turns a human being into the embodiment ‘Sat-Roop’ (Sat in a human form) of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Mool Mantar is such a supremely powerful Sohilaa that, when adhered to in life, leads the human being to Jeevan Mukti (deliverance from the cycle of birth-and-death; salvation). Mool Mantar is such a supremely powerful Sohilaa that, if practised in life, leads a human being to become a Puran Sant, Puran SatGuru, Puran Braham Gyani, Puran Khalsa and a Gurmukh being. Mool Mantar is such a supremely powerful Sohilaa that, when followed in life, leads the human being to obtain Param Padvi (the highest spiritual status). Therefore, the blessed SatGuru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji has manifested all the divine supreme powers in the form of Mool Mantar at the very beginning of GurBani. He has revealed the supremely powerful word of the name ‘Sat’ Naam of the supremely powerful and unparalleled existence of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar in Mool Mantar. All the supreme powers and the supreme virtues of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar are revealed in Mool Mantar. The supremely powerful magnificence of the word ‘Sat’ Naam is dwelt upon in GurParsaadi Katha (the discourse graced by God and Guru) of the first Pauri (verse). For those human beings attempting to walk the path of Bhagati (devotion), it is extremely essential to learn, understand and accept the magnificence of these core-essences of Param Sat.

The supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani (compositions by the blessed SatGuru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji, appearing at the very beginning of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji) is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence of Mool Mantar. In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji portrays in detail Sohilaa of the magnificence of Mool Mantar. Supremely compassionate and supremely kind, the blessed SatGuru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji sketches the path of journey to Sach Khand (GurBani describes five Khands or spiritual realms of the human being’s spirituality: Dharam Khand or the stage of seeking divine union; Gyan Khand or the stage of seeking divine knowledge; Saram Khand or the stage of making efforts towards spirituality; Karam Khand or the stage of receiving divine benignity or grace; and Sach Khand or the realm of ultimate, absolute Truth) in the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani. The supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani depicts the easy path to find Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. The supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani reveals all the priceless gems of Puran Braham Gyan, as to what a common person must do to find Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Nanak Patshah Ji reveals the path that leads the human life to success. In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Nanak Patshah Ji manifests the ‘Mool’ Mantar of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar along with its supremely powerful magnificence for the first time upon the earth. In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Nanak Patshah Ji reveals the absolute name ‘Sat’ Naam of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar along with its supremely powerful magnificence for the first time upon the earth. In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Nanak Patshah Ji reveals the immense magnificence of the supreme power of ‘GurParsaad’ (the ‘eternal bliss and eternal grace’) for the first time upon the earth; and reveals the way to obtain GurParsaad.

In the supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Nanak Patshah Ji reveals the supremely powerful magnificence of listening to, and accepting, the Sat Bachans (the words of Truth; divine words) of the SatGuru. He reveals the way to bring down the wall of Kood (falsehood) built within the human mind. He reveals the way to meditate upon the ‘Sat’ Naam of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar, and the way to become ‘Sat’ Roop through this meditation. He reveals the way to vanquish the Trigun Maya (Maya of the three aspects: Sato – the goodness viz. compassion, righteousness, contentedness and forbearance; Rajo – the desires viz. hopes, expectations and yearnings; and Tamo – the vices viz. lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride), and reveals the magnificence of this victory. He reveals the way to conquer the Maya-led human mind, and reveals the magnificence of this conquest. He reveals the way to overcome the Panj Dhoots (the five thieves – lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride; also called the Chandaals, or the lowlifes) dominating the human mind, and reveals the magnificence of this triumph. He reveals the way to defeat the gravely devastating forces of the lust-Chandaal, the anger-Chandaal, the greed-Chandaal, the attachments-Chandaal and the pride-Chandaal, and reveals the magnificence of this success. He reveals the way to overpower the gravely disastrous force of the fire of Trishna (the worldly desires) blazing in the human mind, and reveals the magnificence of this feat. The supremely powerful Jap Ji GurBani reveals the Puran Sat Tat’s about all the states (Dharam Khand, Gyan Khand, Saram Khand, Karam Khand, and Sach Khand – the five Khands or spiritual realms described in GurBani) that a human being must pass through to reach Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. It reveals the way to vanquish the Trigun Maya and attain the state of Sach Khand, and reveals the magnificence of this accomplishment. It reveals the way to find approval of one’s Puran Bandagi in Dargah (the divine court) when in the state of Sach Khand, and to become one with the Nirgun Saroop (the immense divine power untouched by the three attributes of Maya) of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar, and reveals the magnificence of these attainments. (The supremely powerful magnificence of Jap Ji GurBani is dwelt upon in the booklet ‘GurParsaadi Katha – Jap Ji Sahib – Journey to Sach Khand’. This GurParsaadi Katha is contemplated following the Puran Hukam of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar.)

The entire rest of GurBani is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence as elaborately revealed in Jap Ji GurBani. The entire GurBani is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful core-essences of Param Sat. GurBani is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence of the supremely powerful name ‘Sat’ Naam of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani is Sohilaa of the supremely powerful magnificence of the Puran SatGuru incarnates, Puran Sants, Puran Bhagats, Puran Braham Gyanis, Puran Khalsas, Gurmukhs and Gursikhs. In the form of GurBani, the blessed SatGuru Patshah’s with immense kindness have manifested in Sri Guru Granth Sahib all their spirituality that they attained while immersed in Bandagi of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. In the form of GurBani, the blessed Sants, Bhagats and Bhats (the minstrels) have manifested all their spiritual experiences that they had during their Bandagi. These divine experiences of the Sants, Bhagats and Bhats are compiled and manifested as GurBani by SatGuru incarnate the blessed Sri Arjan Dev Ji Patshah. GurBani is the supremely powerful Sohilaa of the experiences and learning from the greatly blessed attainment of the divine and sacred spirituality by all these blessed SatGuru Avataars, Puran Sants, Puran Bhagats and Puran Braham Gyanis (whose GurBani is entered in the blessed Sri Guru Granth Sahib) in their birth and life. In the form of GurBani, the blessed SatGuru incarnate Arjan Dev Ji has compiled (in the blessed Sri Guru Granth Sahib) every Puran Braham Gyan realized by all the blessed SatGuru Avataars, Puran Sants, Puran Bhagats and Puran Braham Gyanis (whose GurBani is recorded in the blessed Sri Guru Granth Sahib) during their Bandagi, and bestowed it upon the entire mankind.

GurBani is revealed upon the earth by the blessed SatGuru Avataars, Puran Sants, Puran Bhagats and Puran Braham Gyanis having attained the supremely powerful state of Sach Khand. Therefore, GurBani is manifested from Sach Khand. GurBani is at par with Sach Khand. GurBani is the language of Sach Khand. Therefore, a common person fails to fathom the immense depth of GurBani. Only a human being with his Surat (conscience) immersed deep in Mansarovar (the eternal source of divine powers; the source of all life; Akaal Purakh Himself) experiences the immense depth of GurBani. Only a Bhagat with his Surat descended to the depths of Mansarovar becomes capable to understand the profound meaning of GurBani. Only a Bhagat with his Surat immersed in the depths of Mansarovar reveals through his Bachans (words) the Puran Sat of GurBani. Only such a Bhagat learns the in-depth and Puran Sat meaning of GurBani, and can explain it. Only such a Bhagat with his Surat immersed very deep in Mansarovar carries the GurParsaadi supreme power in his words. Only such a Bhagat, with his Bandagi having arrived in Karam Khand and in Sach Khand, carries the GurParsaadi supreme power in his speech. Only a Puran Sant, Puran SatGuru or Puran Braham Gyani, who has practised GurBani in life, carries the supreme power in his speech that rends the Hirda (one of the seven Sat Sarovars located near heart; part of one’s spiritual being) of the Jigyasoo (the seeker of divine truth) listener and pacifies and placates his body and mind. Only a Puran Sant, Puran SatGuru and Puran Braham Gyani, having practised GurBani in life, carries the supreme power in his speech that bears the strength to bestow Amrit (our essence or the life-element; the divine energy; pure soul) to the Jigyasoo listener. Therefore, the common preachers and discoursers (who have not practised anything of their own) do not make any significant impression on the spiritual state of the common man through their discourse. Such false religious preachers and discoursers, who made the religious preaching their vocation, do not make any impact on the mind, intellect and Hirda of their audience. The religious preachers with no attainment of their own and no selfless Seva (humble and selfless service to others) to their name, propound fake and half-baked discourse. The preachers and discoursers who haven’t overcome the gravely disastrous forces (Rajo and Tamo) of Maya – how can they propagate Puran Sat while still slaving under Maya (Maya represents the worldly temptations; all physical perceptions are nothing but illusions created by Maya)? The preachers and discoursers who haven’t overpowered the gravely devastating force of the fire of Trishna – how can they be worthy of preaching religion to others? The preachers and the discoursers who haven’t vanquished the gravely disastrous forces of the Panj Chandaals (lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride) – how can they be capable of preaching religion to the others? The religious preachers and discoursers that are slave to Maya can never be worthy of preaching religion. The religious preachers and discoursers that embrace Maya have no right to preach religion. The religious preachers and discourses without any spiritual attainment of their own have no right to preach religion. This is the reason that these common, fake religious preachers and discoursers make no impression on the mind, Hirda and intellect of their audience. This is the reason that the words of such common and fake (slaves-to-Maya) religious preachers do not bear the GurParsaadi supreme power. Because of which, their words leave no impression upon the mind, Hirda and intellect of the audience. The blessed SatGuru Sahib reveals this Param Sat Tat in GurBani:

Too vayparvaahu athaahu hai atul ki-o tulee-ai.

Say vadbhaagee je tudh dhi-aa-iday jin satgur milee-ai.

Satgur kee banee sat saroop hai gurbaanee banee-ai.

Satgur kee reesai hor kach pich bolday say koorhi-aar koorhay jharh parhee-ai.

Onhaa andar hor mukh hor hai bikh maa-i-aa no jhakh marday karhee-ai.

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 304)

It is immensely necessary to learn, understand and accept the Param Sat Tat that preaching religion is not a vocation. To recite GurBani for money, or to pay others to recite GurBani, isn’t Seva and is a deed of falsehood. It is a wrongful deed. Performing GurBani Kirtan (recital, often with chanting) to make money is a deed of falsehood, and not Seva. To pay money for Kirtan too is a deed of falsehood, and not Seva. To the SatGuru, only the Seva performed with a feeling of selflessness is acceptable. In the eye of the SatGuru, only the Seva performed with trust, devotion and faith and with a feeling of selflessness is approved. Today almost the entire humanity is engaged in committing the wrong of paying money for the recitals and Kirtans of GurBani, and treating these deeds of falsehood as service to the SatGuru. This is the reason that these deeds of falsehood make no difference in the spiritual state of those performing such deeds, or of those paying for such deeds to be performed. This is the reason that the GurParsaadi supreme power doesn’t come to bear in the Kirtan and discourse of those who are doing it for money. Neither does their Kirtan or discourse have any impact on the mind, Hirda or intellect of the audience. The Kirtan’s and discourses by the Maya-led Kirtania’s (Kirtan-performers) and discoursers make no impression on the mind, Hirda and intellect of those that listen to them. Maya, and not spirituality, comes to bear in the Kirtan’s and discourses by these Maya-embracing Kirtania’s and discoursers. Therefore, it is a humble prayer at the feet of the entire humanity to bear the feeling of selflessness while performing service to the SatGuru, or an act of religiosity, contentedness, forbearance, Simran (meditation), Seva, or the recital and Kirtan of GurBani. In this way, you will open the path to Chad Di Kalaa (the eternal bliss) in your spirituality and find the Sat Sangat (gathering in the presence of Sat, or among those who have attained Jeevan Mukti and have become Sat-Roop) of a Puran Sant-SatGuru. You will obtain the supreme power of GurParsaad and your path to Puran Bandagi of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar and to Parupkaari Seva (selfless service for the benefaction of humanity) will open. If you want to listen to Sat Bachans, then listen to those great-beings who bring the GurParsaadi supreme power of Puran Sat to bear in their speech. If you want to listen to the religious counsel, then desire for the Sat Sangat of a Puran Sant. If you want to listen to religious discourse and preaching of Sat Bachans, then join the Sat Sangat of a Puran Sant where you will come to obtain GurParsaad. In this way, you will find guidance on the path to your Bandagi.

GurBani is Sohilaa of Puran Sat. GurBani is the Gyan Saroop (the embodiment of wisdom) of the blessed Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani is Puran Sat, and thus GurBani is the embodiment of Nirankaar (the formless one; God Himself). Since ‘Sat’ is PaarBraham Parmeshar Himself, therefore GurBani is Puran Braham Gyan and Tat Gyan (the divine knowledge; understanding of the divine ways) of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani is the ‘thaan’ (‘abode’) where one finds Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. That is, GurBani is the means of reaching up to Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani is the path to assimilating oneself forever in Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Practising the Param Sat Tat’s revealed in GurBani, one easily gains access to Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Following the counsel revealed in GurBani, the human being transforms his Birti (conscience; bent of mind) into Sato Birti. Observing the counsel revealed in GurBani, the human being finds the Sat Sangat and Charan Sharan (shelter at the feet) of a Puran Sant-SatGuru. Adhering to the counsel revealed in GurBani and abiding in the Charan Sharan of the Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being obtains SatNaam, SatNaam Simran (meditation upon SatNaam), SatNaam Di Kamai (observing SatNaam in life), Puran Bandagi and Maha-Parupkaari Seva (the service of guiding the mankind on the path of Bhagati and Jeevan Mukti). It is only through observing the counsel revealed in GurBani that the human being conquers his mind. It is only through following the counsel revealed in GurBani that the human being can vanquish the gravely disastrous forces (Rajo and Tamo) of Maya. Following the counsel revealed in GurBani, the Bhagat obtains Darshan (vision through inner, spiritual eye) of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. GurBani reveals all the core-essences of the supremely powerful Sat about Puran Braham Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar.

Vaahu vaahu banee nirankaar hai tis jayvad avar na ko-ay.

Vaahu vaahu agam athaahu hai vaahu vaahu sachaa so-ay.

Vaahu vaahu vayparvaahu hai vaahu vaahu karay so ho-ay.

Vaahu vaahu amrit naam hai gurmukh paavai ko-ay.

Vaahu vaahu karmee paa-ee-ai aap da-i-aa kar day-ay.

Naanak vaahu vaahu gurmukh paa-ee-ai an-din naam la-ay-ay.

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 515)

Vaahu vaahu banee sat hai gurmukh boojhai ko-ay.

Vaahu vaahu kar parabh salaahee-ai tis jayvad avar na ko-ay.

Aapay bakhsay mayl la-ay karam paraapat ho-ay.

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 1276)

Pothee parmaysar kaa thaan.

Saadhsang gaavahi gun gobind pooran barahm gi-aan. ||1|| Rahaa-o.

Saadhik sidh sagal mun locheh birlay laagai dhi-aan.

Jisahi kirpaal ho-ay mayraa su-aamee pooran taa ko kaam. ||1||

Jaa kai ridai vasai bhai bhanjan tis jaanai sagal jahaan.

Khin pal bisar nahee mayray kartay ih naanak maangai daan. ||2||

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 1226)

Therefore, if you must read and recite GurBani, do so with complete faith, devotion and trust and with a feeling of selflessness. If you must perform Kirtan of GurBani, do so with complete faith, devotion and trust and with a feeling of selflessness. If you want to hear Kirtan of GurBani, then avail yourself of the Kirtan that is being performed with a selfless intent. If you want to sing the supremely powerful magnificence of Sat PaarBraham, then do so with your own tongue with complete faith, devotion and trust and with a selfless feeling. Through singing virtues of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar, the tongue will be purified and your mind and body will be calmed. Singing virtues of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar, the human being will renounce his vices and enlighten his Hirda with radiance of the virtues. He will attain Chad Di Kalaa in his spirituality. Only such Seva of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar and of the SatGuru as is performed with selfless intent is acclaimed in Dargah.

Keerat parabh kee gaa-o mayree rasnaan.

Anik baar kar bandan santan oohaan charan gobind jee kay basnaa. ||1|| Rahaa-o.

Anik bhaant kar du-aar na paava-o.

Ho-ay kirpaal ta har har dhi-aava-o. ||1||

Kot karam kar dayh na sodhaa.

Saadhsangat meh man parbodhaa. ||2||

Tarisan na boojhee baho rang maa-i-aa.

Naam lait sarab sukh paa-i-aa. ||3||

Paarbarahm jab bha-ay da-i-aal.

Kaho naanak ta-o chhootay janjaal. ||4||

(Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 1298)

Do not commit the divine wrong of selling or buying GurBani. Paying money for GurBani recitals is a wrongful deed of buying GurBani. Reciting GurBani for consideration of money is a wrongful deed of selling GurBani. Paying money for arranging Kirtan of GurBani is a wrongful act of buying GurBani. Accepting money in exchange for performing Kirtan of GurBani is a wrongful act of selling GurBani. If you must have recital of GurBani, have it with your own tongue and Surat. If you must have Kirtan of GurBani, make it with your own tongue and Surat. Only a Bhagat who has Shabad (the divine words; GurBani) abiding in his Surat can derive pleasure from reading and reciting GurBani. Only a Bhagat who has Shabad inscribed in his Surat can derive pleasure from doing Kirtan of GurBani. Only a Bhagat whose Surat is immersed in Shabad can take pleasure in listening to GurBani and Kirtan. Only a Bhagat, whose Surat has descended deep in Mansarovar, can find pleasure in listening to GurBani and Kirtan. Only a Bhagat, whose Surat is immersed deep in Mansarovar, can take enjoyment in reading and in listening to GurBani. Only a Bhagat, whose Surat is assimilated in the depths of Mansarovar, can enjoy performing Kirtan of GurBani or listening to it. The GurParsaadi supreme power comes to bear in the speech of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru that causes a deep impact on the mind, Hirda and intellect of the listeners. It is through availing oneself of the discourse and Kirtan in the Sat Sangat of such a Puran Sant that one finds the supreme bliss. All the supreme powers of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar abide in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru. One attains spirituality in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru. One obtains GurParsaad in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru. Making Puran Samarpan (total dedication) in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, one obtains the GurParsaad of Puran Bandagi. Dedicating one’s body, mind and worldly wealth in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, one obtains SatNaam, SatNaam Simran, SatNaam Di Kamai, Puran Bandagi and Maha-Parupkaari Seva. Making Puran Samarpan in the Charan Sharan of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, one overcomes the gravely disastrous forces of Maya. The Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru bear the supreme power that rends the Hirda of the listeners and suffuses it with Amrit. Those listening to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru transform their lives. Listening to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the ‘SatNaam’ Amrit makes home in the Surat of the human being. Listening to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being’s Surat unifies with Shabad and he attains the state of Samadhi-Simran (meditating in deep trance-like state, where there is no thought except pure consciousness). Listening to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being achieves Bandagi. Observing the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, all the Bajjar Kapaats (the divine doors located at various places in the human body that, once opened, channel Amrit into the body and establish connection between the human being and Akaal Purakh) of the human being are opened. Following the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the Sat Sarovars (the seven sources of Amrit, or the spiritual energy, inside the human body) of the human being are awakened and SatNaam Simran casts its radiance in every cell of the human being’s body. Adhering to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, all the vices of the human being are erased and his Hirda is filled with virtues. Practising the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru in life, the human being easily achieves victory over the gravely disastrous forces of Maya. Observing the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being attains Puran Sachyari Rehat (perfect compliance with Truth) in his Hirda. Adhering to the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being attains Param Jyot Puran Parkash (the perfect radiance of divine light; His aura; God Himself) in his Hirda. Following the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being vanquishes the Trigun Maya, and in Chautha Pad (the fourth stage; state beyond the three aspects of Maya), obtains Darshan of Sat PaarBraham. Practising the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru in life, the human being forever becomes one with the Nirgun Saroop of Sat PaarBraham Parmeshar. Following the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being becomes Jeevan Mukt (one who has attained salvation while still in one’s physical body). Observing the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being attains Param Padvi. Following the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru, the human being achieves Puran Braham Gyan and Tat Gyan. Practising the Sat Bachans of such a Puran Sant-SatGuru in life, the human being is blessed by Dargah with the supreme power to bestow GurParsaad upon others.