Review of The Disease Delusion by Jeffrey Bland, PhD
Disease as we think about it is a false idol. It does not exist in the way we think about it. The names we give diseases are useful for finding the right medication. Knowing the name of a disease tells us nothing about its true cause; nor does it lead us to the right treatment. This is the disease delusion.”
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History Made: Sikhs Worldwide Show Support
With a huge hope that Khalsa spirit will ever rise to cultivate good for the world and work hard to save the Mata Dharat, we thank and congratulate all the supporters of this great green event, Sikh Environment Day, throughout the world.
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Ode to Akal Takhat
Guru Shabad Singh Khalsa witnessed the build up of events in 1984 when he stayed in Amritsar during those chaotic months to study Sikhi. After June 1984 he wrote this song (lyrics and music by himself) as an ode to the Akal Takhat.
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Guided Meditation for Haunting Thoughts
Follow along with this guided meditation. This meditation is for cutting through 'haunting thoughts'. Haunting thoughts are thoughts that keep revisiting you and causing you ongoing pain and grief.
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Akal Takhat and Deathlessness: The Events Surrounding Operation Blue Star
[AUDIO] Shanti Kaur Khalsa gives an inspirational and educational talk about the events before, during and after Operation Blue Star.
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Never Again
As I began to sing I watched as his head bent down and soon his eyes were tearing. His pain was greater than I could imagine, being the Harimandir the place where his love and devotion to Guru Ram Das...
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Exclusive with Harpreet K: Widow Colony
he 73-minute documentary, directed by Harpreet Kaur, is a stirring account of the survivors of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom. “I will never forget the priceless gift these women have given me. They took me in their arms..."
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Injustice 1984
[VIDEO] Must see video. This film is a moving fictionalization of true events that happened near Delhi.
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Healing Grief
Grief happens to all of us. Guruka Singh explains that it comes from pain. Pain comes from a thought, and the thought comes from a memory. So get rid of the grief, you have to root it out from the original pain. You need to be able to release the thoughts that keep coming back that create the pain. And it's easier to take care of this before it grows over time like a tree. Take the grief, bless it, and let go of it so you can live in your natural state of happiness.
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Injustice 1984
[VIDEO] Must see video. This film is a moving fictionalization of true events that happened near Delhi.
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