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    Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Amar Das Ji de Bachan in Dhan DhanSiri Guru Granth Sahib De Panna #594





    siqgur no sBu ko vyKdw jyqw jgqu sMswru ]
    ifTY mukiq n hoveI ijcru sbid n kry vIcwru ]
    haumY mYlu n cukeI nwim n lgY ipAwru ]
    ieik Awpy bKis imlwieAnu duibDw qij ivkwr ]
    nwnk ieik drsnu dyiK mir imly siqgur hyiq ipAwir ]



    In this Shabad Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Amar Das Ji is telling us about the true nature of Satgur Seva and Bhagti. He tells us that all the living beings of the world behold the True Guru. So all can see Him with the physical eyes. Merely merely seeing Him this way does not liberate one, unless one contemplates the Word of His Shabad. Mental vision has to be clarified. Vichaar on Guru’s teaching is essential, the work of contemplation removes the sense of duality, which in turn removes ego. Without contemplation the filth of ego is not removed, and a devotee does not enshrine love for the Naam,(as this love has to be devoid of moh). Without the dynamic and powerful energy of unconditional love Bhagti is not possible. Some who forsake their duality and sinful ways the Lord forgives them and unites them with Himself. Some, who behold the Blessed Vision of the True Guru's Darshan, with love and affection; they meet with the Lord by conquering their ego. Ego is the roadblock on the path of liberation and there is no way around other than overcoming this vicious enemy. It has to be dealt with; i-ness has to go away to develop unconditional love. So merely seeing a Guru does not bring anything, all have this capability.







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