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    jsm THIS MAESSAGE IS FOR FRANCOISE WHO USED TO BE AT JAIPUR CENTRE THEN WITH DELHI CENTRE. ANY SAHAJI PERSON CAN HELP TO CONNECT WITH HIM.SHALL BE THANKFUL
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              THIS MAESSAGE IS FOR FRANCOISE WHO USED TO BE AT JAIPUR CENTRE THEN WITH DELHI CENTRE. ANY SAHAJI PERSON CAN HELP TO CONNECT WITH HIM.SHALL  BE THANKFUL  FOR HELP.
       
      JSM
      SAURABH                                        

      jagbir singh <adishakti_org@...> wrote:
      --- In adishakti_sahaja_yoga@yahoogroups.com, "jagbir singh"
      <adishakti_org@y...> wrote:
      >
      > The Guru Granth Sahib states the supremacy of Brahman/Shakti
      > clearly:
      >
      > "Aadays, tisai aadays. Aad aneel anaad anaahat, jug jug ayko vays.
      > Obeisance, obeisance to Her, the Primal, the Immaculate, without
      > beginning, without end, Immutable through all ages.
      >
      > Aykaa maa-ee, jugat viaaee, tin chalay parvaan.
      > The Mother was conceived alone in some mysterious way and She
      > procreated three deities.
      >
      > Ik sansaaree, ik bhandaaree, ik laa-ay deeban.
      > One was Creator, one Sustainer, and one Destroyer of the world.
      >
      > Jiv tis bhaavai, tivai chalaavai, jiv havai phurmaan.
      > The world moves as She ordains and as She pleases.
      >
      > Oh vaykahi, onaa nadar na aavai, buhutaa ayho vidaan.
      > She sees all, but no one sees Her: this is a great wonder."
      >
      > Sri Guru Granth Sahib (Jap Jee Sahib)
      >
      >
      > "Angels, men, heavenly heralds and celestial singers, meditate on
      > Her; Even the humble Rishis sing of the Divine Mother.
      > Shiva, Brahma and the goddess Lakhshmi, meditate, and chant with
      > their mouths the Name of the Divine Mother.
      > Those minds drenched with the Name of the Divine Mother, cross
      > over. Millions and millions, thirty-three million gods, meditate
      > on Her; Countless are those who meditate on the Divine Mother.
      > The Vedas, the Puraanas and the Simritees meditate on Her; The
      > Pandits, the religious scholars, sing Her Praises as well."      
      >                                                                   
      > Sri Guru Granth Sahib (Maru, Fourth Mehl, p. 995.)



      The Creator

      The realisation of the existence of the Creator of this universe has
      evolved over generations and thousands of years. Even early man had
      some form of belief in an ultimate being or the creator. This
      concept has been very nicely depicted by Guru Nanak in the prayer
      Japji Sahib. In Japji Sahib we find the description of the
      attributes of God which are:

      There is One Universal Creator God. His Name Is True and
      Everlasting. He is the Creator; He is Fearless; He is without Enmity
      and Hatred; He is not subject to time; He is beyond Birth; He is
      Self-Existent; He can be realized through His own grace.

      Different people call Him by different names such as, Waheguru, God,
      Yahweh, Ahura Mazda, Ram, Rahim, Allah, Pritam, Bhagwan, Parmesar
      and many more. But there is only one God who is the creator of this
      universe and is omni-present. He is present in all things and yet
      they do not cover His limitless expanse. God is both in and above
      the universe and complete knowledge of God is impossible. Only one
      who is as great as He, can know Him fully. We can only have some
      glimpses of Him from His creation. The universe is His sport in
      which He takes delight. By His order, all forms and creatures came
      into existence. It is the duty of man to study the laws of the
      nature and to realize His greatness and glory. He is Supreme and has
      created an infinite number of worlds and constellations.

      The Truth

      The Truth – "Sach" or Sat is the basic fundamental in Sikhism. The
      meaning of word "Truth" is different in different contexts. The most
      important connotation of Truth is God. The Almighty is Truth.
      Another meaning of Truth is Virtue which includes qualities like
      honesty, righteousness, justice, compassion, detachment, humility
      etc. The third meaning of Truth is pure, holy, sacred. The fourth
      meaning of Truth is that which is correct and proper. The fifth
      meaning of Truth is eternal happiness of bliss.

      But who can give the Truth? God being the source of Truth gives
      truth (revelation) direct to the holy and the enlightened. Secondly
      the Satguru or Guru can give Truth to the devotee through his
      teachings. Thirdly the Sadh Sangat or Holy Congregation can impart
      an understanding of Truth to the disciple. So God, Guru, or Holy
      Congregation can grant the gift of Truth to a devotee.

      The gift of Truth comes to the deserving. The Sikh must satisfy some
      requirements to be a candidate for the gift of Truth. He must follow
      the Guru's teaching: he must do charitable and altruistic deeds; he
      must submit to the will of God; he must do spiritual cleansing
      through remembrance of the Holy Name; finally, he must pray for
      God's grace.

      In Sikhism greater than Truth is Truthful living. One must lead a
      life of Truth. He must speak the Truth, act the Truth and think the
      Truth. A noble character implies the practice of humility,
      compassion, meditation and a desire to serve and guide others on the
      spiritual path. Such a devotee earns the gift of Truth and
      ultimately merges with the Eternal God like the rain drop merging
      itself in the ocean.

      The Sikhism

      Sikhism is one of the youngest world religion. It is a strictly
      monotheistic faith, preaching the existence of only one God, and
      teaching universally acceptable ideals of honesty, compassion,
      humility, piety, social commitment, and above all tolerance for
      other religions.

      The word 'Sikh' is derived from the Sanskrit word `shishya' which
      means a disciple, a learner, a seeker of truth. A Sikh believes in
      One God and the teachings of the Ten Gurus, embodied in the Eternal
      Shabad Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. The Basic beliefs must be
      followed in Sikhism. Additionally, a Sikh must also partake Amrit,
      the Sikh Baptism. Every sikh is supposed to follow The Sikh Code of
      Discipline.

      Sikhism was founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji in the beginning of the
      sixteenth century. The succeeding nine Gurus nurtured, developed and
      preached his ideas and teachings. The pontificates of the nine
      successors of Guru nanak were only the extensions of Guru nanak's
      work. It is significant to note that five of the successors of Guru
      Nanak also composed under the name 'Nanak' implying thereby that
      there is no difference between the compositions of the successor and
      the founder.

      Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru installed,in 1708, Guru Granth
      Sahib ji as his successor and the permanent Guru of the Sikhs and
      brought to an end to the line of human Gurus. Earlier, on Baisakhi
      day of 29th March,1699 The Birth of The Khalsa took place.

      The Sikh Gurus provided guidance for about 240 years. They taught
      the basic values of freedom, brotherhood, charity, obedience,
      understanding, sympathy, patience, humility, simplicity, and piety,
      and outlined the path to spirituality in life. The Gurus themselves
      said that they were human beings and were not to be worshipped as
      God. They considered themselves to be mere servants of God. Brief
      History of Sikhism is listed here.

      http://www.sikhpoint.com/
      http://adishakti.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=638






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