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The Jap Ji: the Message of Guru Nanak

The Jap Ji: the Message of Guru Nanak By Guru Nanak Kirpal Singh The Jap Ji the Message of Guru Nanak An explanation of the teachings of Guru Nanak AD including Surat Shabd Yoga the current day version of his teachings

  • Title: The Jap Ji: the Message of Guru Nanak
  • Author: Guru Nanak Kirpal Singh
  • ISBN: 9780942735819
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Jap Ji: the Message of Guru Nanak By Guru Nanak Kirpal Singh An explanation of the teachings of Guru Nanak 1469 1539 AD including Surat Shabd Yoga, the current day version of his teachings.
    The Jap Ji: the Message of Guru Nanak By Guru Nanak Kirpal Singh

    The Jap Ji the Message of Guru Nanak by Kirpal Singh Jap Ji is the prologue to the Guru Granth Sahib which is the central religious text of the Sikhs The Jap Ji lays down the principles of Guru Nanak s teachings and explains the means to achieve oneness with Being or with the Divine Achieving communion with the Divine Word or Holy Naam is the central theme of the spiritual path. The Jap Ji the Message of Guru Nanak From the Basic Sikh Jan , The Jap Ji is a translation of the classic hymn of Guru Nanak by Kirpal Singh, a modern saint Jap Ji is the prologue to the Guru Granth Sahim which is the central religious text of the Sikhs The Jap Ji lays down the principles of Guru Nanak s teachings and explains the means to achieve oneness with Being or with the Divine. Sant Kirpal Singh Guru Nanak s JAP JI Guru This term makes its appearance frequently in the Jap Ji and indeed is freely used in all the Sikh scriptures It stands for a spiritual teacher and whenever Nanak uses it, He does not mean any person who sets up as a spiritual guide, but one who has reached the highest plane in the spiritual journey, who is no longer separate from the Almighty and has become His mouthpiece. THE JAP JI Kirpal Singh Teachings WHAT IS JAP JI J ap Ji is the beautiful hymn of Guru Nanak which appears as a prologue to the Guru Granth Sahib, the voluminous scriptural treasure of the Sikhs, which comprises over pages The Jap Ji lays down the basic principles of his teachings and explains the means to achieve at one ment with the One Being, the Creator of all. Sant Kirpal Singh Guru Nanak s JAP JI The Jap Ji is a compendium of the teachings of the Master Guru Granth Sahib, the supreme treasure of Sikh sacred literature, is, in a sense, an elaborate exposition of this preliminary state ment We will take up each subject as dealt with by the Master, in turn, and try to explain how He solved Japji The Song of the Soul HO Foundation Japji is one of the five daily prayers of the Sikhs It was written by Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru who, with his companion, Mardana, traveled on foot over thousands of miles teaching people through song and simple inspiration to live exalted and simple lives. Japji Cards Guru Nanak Japji is a prayer at the beginning of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikhs It was composed by Guru Nanak, the first Guru in the line of ten Sikh Gurus, and is now considered to be the comprehensive essence of Sikh faith It begins with Mul Mantra and is followed by Paurees stanzas and ends with a final Salok. Japji sahib SikhiWiki, free Sikh encyclopedia.

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    1. Monica Pawlan on said:

      This book is translation and interpretation of this classic spiritual writing by Guru Nanak, who founded the Sikh religion He lived from April 15,1469 to September 22, 1539 The author, Kirpal Singh, a spiritual adept himself was able to see directly into the meaning of the original writing and explain it in plain language An uplifting and interesting read.

    2. Phil Calandra on said:

      The Jap Ji is a translation of the classic hymn of Guru Nanak by Kirpal Singh, a modern saint Jap Ji is the prologue to the Guru Granth Sahib which is the central religious text of the Sikhs The Jap Ji lays down the principles of Guru Nanak s teachings and explains the means to achieve oneness with Being or with the Divine Achieving communion with the Divine Word or Holy Naam is the central theme of the spiritual path An essential element to this spiritual path is Simran which is described as th [...]

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