Whether you are new to the technology or you have an established practice,
treat yourself to this powerfully transforming experience.
Last year Sikh Dharma was honored to facilitate the first ever Jaap Sahib - Song of the Warrior-Saint course. This year, SikhNet will again host this inspiring and uplifting course.
The powerful and rhythmic naad (sound current) of this sacred verse will impact your consciousness and create a personal experience of Infinity. Jaap Sahib was written at the age of 19 by the beloved 10th Master of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, who was a renowned warrior, a celebrated leader and a revered saint. Immersing yourself in the sound of the Jaap Sahib brings a deep and genuine experience of Guru Gobind Singh, the Master of Radiance.
Join us in this intensive experience, as we explore the many facets of Jaap Sahib and learn to walk in the footsteps of Guru Gobind Singh on the path of the warrior-saint.
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What participants said about last year’s course:
“ Jaap Sahib – Song of the Warrior Saint was an excellent course in every way. I feel like my limitations have fallen away, and I have taken up the strength of Guru Gobind Singh and his soldiers by doing Jaap Sahib. I can apply it to every aspect of my life, no matter how mundane.”
“This course went far beyond the recitation of the Bani itself, and brings you deep into the energetic cultivation of strength in psyche and soul that cuts through ego and brings you to the space where you deliver.”
“I had an amazing experience! Indescribable. Calm within. Breaking-through fears. Courage to be present. God’s focus was on me. I appreciate the integration and action that this course offered.”
Ek Achhri Chand
This course is inspired by
Siri Singh Sahib
Harbhajan Singh Khalsa
"That's why Guru Gobind Singh recited Jaap Saahib. This bani is a gift to you to use when your grace, your power, and your position are threatened. Whoever will recite this bani shall never fall flat on his face. That's why an ordinary bunch of bones could fight with thousands and thousands of armed, trained soldiers and defend themselves beautifully; because they had the spirit with them.” "
Ajai, Alai, Abhai, Abai
Abhoo, Ajoo, Anaas, Akaas
Agang, Abhang, Alakh, Abhakh
Akaal, Dyal, Alaykh, Abhaykh
Anaam, Akaam, Agah, Adhah
Anaathay, Parmathay, Ajonee, Amonee
Na Raagay, Na Rangay, Na Roopay, Na Raykhay
Akharmang, Abharmang, Aganjay, Alaykhay
"Now, there is another thing in Jaap Saahib which you might not have ever understood; that is 'Ek Achree Chand'. If you verbally remember it, mentally remember it, and you can verbalize it mentally, then it doesn't matter what your karmas are or who you are. If you can remember it and recite it eleven times, there is nothing that you need as a graceful woman which shall not be bestowed upon you by the hand of God. Ek Achree Chand is in Jaap Saahib. It's one chant only, it's not very long. But God Himself is bound in each word.” -Siri Singh Sahib
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