Primal – before the Ages began.
This Gurbani glossary is a deep divine explanation of the words contained within Shri Guru Granth Sahib. The word of the Guru is a divine promise that will come true for us. All we have to do is to listen to this divine word with full and complete commitment and belief, faith and trust, devotion and love. Then put it into practice in our daily life. Understanding the true and deep spiritual meaning of the divine words contained within Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji is absolutely essential.
Ego – Haumai, Ahankaar.
The one who is full of ego, full of Ahankaar, full of Haumai.
Indestructable. Remember that we are not the body, but we are the soul, and the soul is Abinaasee. This means it is not prone to change. It never changes. It remains the same and never dies. Only the physical body dies when the soul leaves the body, the soul doesn’t die. Merging into the Abinaasee […]
God as Primal Power.
God is not visible with the naked eye. He is visible only with the Gyan Netter – divine eye. Also called Trikuti, where Ida, Pingla and Sushman meet in your forehead. These are the channels through which spiritual power (Kundalini) flows within your body.
Supreme God is unlimited, infinite and can’t be measured.
The Primal Being – the One who is the Origin of every creation.
Supreme God can’t be reached by an ordinary person – need the GurParsaad – Eternal Blessings.
God cannot be seen or observed through the five senses. The Divine Eye – Dib Drisht, is required to see, hear and feel Him within.
Service of the Unreachable (through 5 senses) God.
God is incomprehensible with the normal five senses. Only the divine sense can recognize and realize Him.
Ego. Same as Haumai.
The one who is full of Ahankaar – Ego & Pride. Same as Haumai.
The ones who are blessed with Bandgi in Karam Khand go into Ajapa Jaap, which is the spiritual condition of a person when the Simran goes on an autopilot mode in our Surat and then in our Hirda. The one whose Simran goes into Ajapa Jaap means he has been accepted as a Suhaagan in […]
God is beyond the cycle of birth and death.
God is beyond Kaal – beyond time and space.
When the Apras unites with the Almighty and feels in his Hirda what is undescribable in words.
When the Anhad Naad word is heard in the Dassam Duaar continuously, it becomes the real Akhand Kirtan because it never stops, it goes on 24 hours a day for ever. As opposed to the common meaning today to sing Shabads overnight without interuption. Read: The Real Eternal Meaning of The Shabad Kirtan.
Ritual reading of whole of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
Out of this world.
Our own soul (see Atma) is basically, the Amrit. The life element is the Amrit. It is the Amrit that breathes inside our physical body and keeps it going. Bandgi is nothing but discovery of this Amrit within our own physical body and this can only and only be achieved by the GurParsaad. And GurParsaad […]
1) When we become Jivan Mukt then we become the Charan Dhool of the entire creation, but given a highly respectable place in the Dargah of Akal Purakh Ji. When we become Jivan Mukt then our word becomes the word from God. GurBani calls a Braham Gyani as Parmeshwar – God, “Mukt Jugt Jee-a Ka […]
Amrit Shower. Where a Puran Sant sits has been called the same as the Dargah of Akal Purakh and there is a constant Amrit shower available at the Sat Charans of a Puran Sant. Where there is a Puran Sant sitting, the Mansarovar – Gur Sagar – Amrit Sarovar is right there and there is […]
When the entire body gets filled with Amrit that is what is called Amrit Bhinnie Dehuri.
See Khande Batta Ki Pahul.