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Manneh kee gat kahee naah jahay

asked 2013-12-19 06:02:37 -0600

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Dear one , what does guru ji experiencing in this line in japji " manneh kee gat kahee nah jahay ! Jay ko kahay pichey pachtaahay||. Translate it for me with insight into jay ko kahay l

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answered 2014-04-10 12:42:04 -0600

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In the second pauri Guru Ji has spoken about walking in the will of God.

hukmee hukam chalaa-ay raahu.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji later devotes five pauries to the concept of "Sunniaee" - deep listening. He describes that state in detail. Then, immediately thereafter, he devotes the next four pauries to the concept of "Mannai" - surrender.

Mannay kee gat kahee na jaa-ay. Jay ko kahai pichhai pachhutaa-ay.

Poetically:

If you surrender to the God inside, Your state of consciousness cannot be described. Anyone who tries will be sorry he tried.

What Guru Ji means is that the state of consciousness of one who lives in this constant state of surrender to the will of the Infinite cannot be described in words.

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