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action in daily life "...don't think, but sort it out..." - how?

asked 2018-03-23 09:02:06 -0600

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updated 2018-03-26 10:28:22 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

Sat Nam,

This is something to look at also in honor of the 550th anniversairy of Guru Nanak Ji and something which I could imagine many People have difficulties with to live and experience:

(an excerpt from "Handbook for Psychologists in the Aquarian Age" by Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D.):

From the chapter "How the mind works": ...Nanak said, "The purpose of intelligence is, don't think, but sort it out". Pre-organize. That will give you the right to life. Then organize within the Framework what you have pre-organized, within the availability of the means. That will give you the right to live. Then work it out with kindness and compassion, with grace and Nobility. That will give you the right to love.....

So, with all respect and I remember also Yogi Bhajan's words "where there is love there is no question", still I would love to know how to practise this - what is the most effizient daily practice for this Action in meditation or anything else to complete this?

I appreciate indeed every Inspiration...

Take care,


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answered 2018-03-26 10:17:59 -0600

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What it means is that when you completely and fully surrender to the Guru, and the Guru blossoms within you, then you know only know (in your head) but feel at every moment that Guru Ji is guiding, covering, aligning the resources, and showing you at each moment what action is required or not required on your part. So then, if you no longer have to figure everything out, what do you do with your mind? Suniai... breathe, relax, listen deeply... then mannai... surrender into the moment and let Guru Ji guide you in the moment. In that state, our hearts are open all the time and yet we stand protected. Then love fills each moment and there is never any question. This comes through grace, nadar, because it has been earned through lifetimes of effort.

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Sat Nam, be able to feel the nucleus of your words, I must admit that I have always deepest difficulties with "Guru", I mean the meaning of it: I know Guru for SGGS which includes all the Gurus, doesn't it. So, does Guru stand for God or do I mixe up anything.?..more than Blessings,:-)

lightcolor7 gravatar imagelightcolor7 ( 2018-03-27 09:48:55 -0600 )edit

I invite you to join us in the SikhNet Learning Center for our new online course "Deepening Your Personal Relationship with the Guru" The first topic is "What is Guru?" @;-)##

Guruka Singh gravatar imageGuruka Singh ( 2018-03-29 16:03:07 -0600 )edit

answered 2018-03-26 04:36:44 -0600

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"where there is love there is no question". This might be true but it's next to impossible to follow on this theory.

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