Naam is not just a few words, or just a Shabad (divine word) of GurBani. When we say Naam it is the Nirgun Saroop Puran Jyot Parkash of Akal Purakh (God’s immaculate body of light) which makes our Hirda (heart chakra) a place for Akal Purakh to reside. Which makes our astral body (Suksham Dehi) […]
Naam, the priceless jewel.
Giving Naam – can only be done by a Sant Hirda.
Wealth of Naam. Naam Dhann is the priceless treasure. This eternal treasure has infinite powers. One of the divine benefits that is achieved by dedicating ourself to Naam and collecting this priceless treasure is that we can find a place in the Dargah of Akal Purakh. This is a divine promise that is being made […]
Collection of Naam. There is no end to the collection of Naam. We can continue to collect this Eternal Treasure forever and even then we are not be able to see its ending.
Param Padvi make us a Naam Ka Vapaari – the one whose business becomes dealing in Naam only. This is the real divine business with which we will keep on collecting all of the eternal treasures that will be highly appreciated in the Dargah. Serving the ONE – Ik Oankaar Satnaam is the best business […]
Merchant of Naam. Same as Naam Ka Vapaari.
Earning of naam. This is the real service of a Sant, because this is the highest level of the service to Akal Purakh. Doing Naam Simran with GurParsaad, taking Naam into the Surat, mind and Rom-Rom is the real service of a Sant and Akal Purakh.
In service of Naam.
When we are blessed with all of these infinite divine powers it is called Naam Rang.
Loving remembrance of God’s Name – “Sat Naam”.
Some people preach various techniques of Naam Simran, which is absolutely wrong. There is no technique for Naam Simran, this is Gur Parsaad and when we are blessed with the Gur Parsaad then we sit down in silence and focus on Sat Naam in our mind and we will find that our mind is reciting […]
This means that God is the owner of everything. He is the Master of everything.
Navel. There is a spiritual energy centre here and a lotus (Kamal) that blooms when Naam activates it. Called Nabhi Kamal.
Look of Grace.
Greeting with pressed palms.
1) Whenever the Shabad “Nanak” comes in GurBani it means that Dhan-Dhan Paar Braham Pita Parmeshwar is addressing “Nanak” with that particular piece of divine wisdom. This Shabad “Nanak” comprises of two Shabads. NAA –means not and ANAK – means many. So “Nanak” means “Not Many.” It means ONE, UNIQUE, Ik Oankaar Sat Naam. It […]
Hell. Narak, is where those souls who did really bad deeds go to bear the results before they are sent back to the Juni.
Lowly act e.g. doing slander.
Lowest of the low. By regarding ourelf as Neechan Key Att Neech we become humble and kill ego.
Swallowing a strip of cloth, which is then used to clean the intestine. A very difficult yogic practice.
The treasure which is Infinite – "Amrit Naam Nidhaan Ha."
The one who has no Maan, meaning the who doesn’t care about his respect in the society he is living in.
Humbleness. Earning humbleness, Nimrata, fills our Hirda with the GurParsaad of Naam and we keep on collecting Naam Dhann by doing Naam Ki Kamai.
Slanderer – the person who is doing Nindya. The Nindak is a Munnmukh and Maha Moorakh according to GurBani.
Slandering and negative criticism of somebody. To deliberate on somebody else’s actions, character, integrity, lifestyle, behavior or other attributes in the negative sense. To discuss the presumably bad qualities and doings of another person. It can be in his absence or in his presence.
God – the One who is beyond the darkness of Maya. God is beyond the three attributes of Maya. Therefore, to reach Him or to unite with God we will have to go beyond Maya. Only those who are blessed with the GurParsaad of Naam, Naam Simran, Naam Ki Kamai, Puran Bandgi and Seva go […]