...In Sikhism? YES Page 46, Line 19 -- Guru Arjan Dev Wondrous is the Form of the Immaculate One. Through the Guru, I have met Him, O my Mother! ||1|| achraj roop niranjano gur maylaa-i-aa maa-ay. ||1|| Page 157, Line 5 -- Guru Nanak Dev I would still meet my Lord and Master, with intuitive ease; the Darshan, the Blessed Vision of His Form, is incomparably beautiful. ||2|| sahj subhaa-ay mayraa saho milai darsan roop apaar. ||2|| Page 186, Line 19 -- Guru Arjan Dev What form of Yours should I worship and adore? kavan roop tayraa aaraaDha-o. NO Page 120, Line 11 -- Guru Amar Das The Lord has no form, features or color. Through the Guru`s Teachings, He inspires us to understand Him. ||1||Pause|| tis roop na raykh-i-aa varan na ko-ee gurmatee aap bujhaavani-aa. ||1|| rahaa-o. Page 223, Line 16 -- Guru Nanak Dev I am liberated, and absorbed into God, who has no form or feature. ||1|| mukat bha-ay parabh roop na raykhaN. ||1|| Page 283, Line 16 -- Guru Arjan Dev He has no form, no shape, no color; God is beyond the three qualities. roop na raykh na rang kichh tarihu gun tay parabh bhinn. HUH? Page 250, Line 13 -- Guru Arjan Dev From formless, He appeared as form. nirgun tay sargun daristaaraN.