Sing to Your Soul
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Sing to Your Soul by Guru Rattana, Ph.D., provides a comprehensive introduction to Jap-Ji, a spiritual text that reaches out to us all to awaken to our oneness, regardless of spiritual path, class or creed. Meaning sing to your soul, it was first recited after a spiritual awakening by Guru Nanak (1469-1539), initiator of the Sikh path. Originally written in Gurmukhi (language of the gurus), its recitation offers a formula for achieving higher consciousness and awakens the mind to an experience of the Infinite. Simply listening to its universal message every day is beneficial.
"I would humbly like to thank you for your book on Jap-ji. It is beautiful and unique. After reading some pages I realized it was coming out of your pure heart. Thanks for doing this beautiful seva."
Sing to Your Soul poetically explains the essence of Guru Nanak’s discourse, and offers a meaningful understanding of spiritual principles that enlightened ones have tried to convey for millennia. Addressing major questions of seekers everywhere, it clarifies concepts still relevant to our life and times, and fits them all together to show the exquisite beauty of Jap-ji's elevated totality.
“Guru Rattana uses words as an artist would use colors, painting vivid pictures of love and peace. My first meeting with Jap-ji affected my whole way of looking at mantras. Jap-Ji is not just words , it´s an experience! It helps me see the light when I’m lost, and to regain my strength when it is gone.”
Guru Rattana's deep understanding assists seekers of all paths to effortlessly follow the basic steps of their spiritual journey, and to feel the true meaning of Guru Nanak's message, planting the seed of love in our hearts, bringing light and clarity to our spiritual path, and setting out guidelines for our yogic practice.
Guru Rattana, Ph.D., author, teacher and teacher of teachers, has been a student and teacher of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation for over 40 years. She literally lives and loves Kundalini Yoga, and has devoted a large part of her life to teaching and writing books about this amazing technology.
Guru Nanak was born on 29 November 1469 at a village near Lahore in what is now Pakistan. According to Sikh traditions, events of his early years demonstrated he had been marked by divine grace. Contemporary commentaries provide details of his blossoming awareness and interest in divine subjects.
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- Manual (comb binding) 175 pages
- ISBN: 9781888029161
- Publisher: Yoga Technology Press, Edition: 2016
- Catalog: P01105
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.4 inches (27.9 x 21.6 x 1.0 cm)
- Shipping Weight: 1.05 lbs (0.48 kg) Shipping Options
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