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Follow Gurbani for Healthy Life

10/17/2006


http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20061017/ldh1.htm#11
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    Bhai Panth Preet Singh and his jatha recite a shabad at a function organised at Ahmedgarh
    Bhai Panth Preet Singh and his jatha recite a shabad at a function organised at Ahmedgarh on Sunday.— Photo by Mahesh Sharma

    Mandi Ahmedgarh, October 16
    Branding stress and manipulations as major causes of all human ailments, Bhai Panth Preet Singh Khalsa Bakhtaur Wale, a Sikh preacher, called upon people, irrespective of their caste and religion, to follow the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib in order to live a healthy life.

    Addressing devotees at a discourse organised by the Sri Sukhmani Sahib Seva Society and other religious organisations at the local Guru Nanak Kanya Mahavidyalya, Bhai Khalsa claimed that the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib applied equally on individuals from all sects. The findings of the 10 Sikh Gurus were centuries ahead of observations made by the scientists and technologists of modern era, he added.

    “While medical science has now established that more than 80 per cent diseases had genesis in chaotic psychological niche, Gurbani advocates that all ailments were caused due to deviation of mind from the teachings of the Gurus,” claimed Bhai Khalsa, adding that by controlling one’s mind one could keep oneself fit both physically and mentally.

    Bhai Panth Preet Singh cited several examples from the Gurbani bearing that the correct balance between catabolism and anabolism was important for stopping the spread of diseases. The preacher pointed out that certain self-styled saints had tried to interpret inscriptions in Guru Granth Sahib in a way that projected them confined in a particular section of humanity.

    The 10-day-long religious discourse is being organised by the society with the help of other religious organisations, including the Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Bahadurgarh, Baba Namdev Gurdwara, Gurdwara Bhagat Ravidass, Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran, Sri Kalgidhar Federation, Nirvair Khalsa Dal, Peer Budhu Shah Seva Society, Bhai Ghanaya Seva Society, Guru Nanak Mission Sabha and Baba Budha Gurmat Parchar Trust.

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