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|Summary of Question:||Obedience In Sikh-Dharma|
|Category:||General Q's from Non-Sikhs|
|Date Posted:||Wednesday, 9/18/2002 7:23 AM MDT|
As a Kundalini Yoga student I have always liked and admired sikh-dharma.
I´m having a hard time understanding the concept of "God´s Will", wich seems the be the foundation of SD. It´s clearly an inner thing, but
could someone explain me how the teachings differenciate Divine Will from ego´s will?
Thank you & blessings,
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Sat Nam! Have you read Japji? It explains this matter beautifully! It is a matter of tuning in, meditating, listening and paying attention. God's will is the natural order and flow of things. As we clean our samskars and our karmas get covered, we tune in through the Shabd Guru and align ourselves to God's will so that our actions come spontaneously from a place of truth and harmony. It is a natural process. Surrendering to God's will is NOT obediance to some written set of rules. It is a state of consciousness. It is the alignment of our little self with the big Self by consciously tuning in at each moment in a spontaneous flow which occurs beyond the mental chessboard.
Hope this helps. Do re-read Japji! Here's a good English translation of it. -- >