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Liberation

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Sachkhand
bMid KlwsI BwxY hoie ] (5-13, jpu, mÚ 1)
Liberation from bondage comes only by Your Will.
horu AwiK n skY koie ] (5-14, jpu, mÚ 1)
No one else has any say in this.
jy ko Kwieku AwKix pwie ] (5-14, jpu, mÚ 1)
If some fool should presume to say that he does,
Ehu jwxY jyqIAw muih Kwie ] (5-14, jpu, mÚ 1)
he shall learn, and feel the effects of his folly.
Awpy jwxY Awpy dyie ] (5-14, jpu, mÚ 1)
He Himself knows, He Himself gives.
AwKih is iB kyeI kyie ] (5-15, jpu, mÚ 1)
Few, very few are those who acknowledge this.
 
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ibnu qyl dIvw ikau jlY ]1] rhwau ] (25-17, isrIrwgu, mÚ 1)
Without the oil, how can the lamp be lit? ||1||Pause||


poQI purwx kmweIAY ] Bau vtI iequ qin pweIAY ] (25-18, isrIrwgu, mÚ 1)
Let the reading of your prayer book be the oil, and let the Fear of God be the wick for the lamp of this body.


scu bUJxu Awix jlweIAY ]2] (25-18, isrIrwgu, mÚ 1)
Light this lamp with the understanding of Truth. ||2||


iehu qylu dIvw ieau jlY ] (25-18, isrIrwgu, mÚ 1)
Use this oil to light this lamp.



kir cwnxu swihb qau imlY ]1] rhwau ] (25-19, isrIrwgu,1)
Light it, and meet your Lord and Master. ||1||Pause||
 
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syie mukq ij mnu ijxih iPir Dwqu n lwgY Awie ] (490-18, gUjrI, mÚ 3)
He alone is liberated, who conquers his mind; Maya does not stick to him again.
 
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jw hir pRB BwvY qw gurmuiK myly ijn@ vcn gurU siqgur min BwieAw ] (494-1, gUjrI, mÚ 4)
When it pleases the Lord God, he causes us to meet the Gurmukhs; the Hymns of the Guru, the True Guru, are very sweet to their minds.
vfBwgI gur ky isK ipAwry hir inrbwxI inrbwx pdu pwieAw ]2] (494-2, gUjrI, mÚ 4)
Very fortunate are the beloved Sikhs of the Guru; through the Lord, they attain the supreme state of Nirvaanaa. ||2||
 
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Liberation thru Sadhu
mukiq jugiq rvwl swDU nwnk hir iniD lhI ]2]17]26] (501-6, gUjrI, mÚ 5)
Liberation and worldly success come from the dust of the feet of the Holy
 
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hir nwmu iDAwvY hir nwmo gwvY hir nwmo AMiq Cfwie ]2] (512-11, gUjrI kI vwr, mÚ 3)
He meditates on the Lord's Name, and sings the Lord's Name; in the end, the Lord's Name will deliver him. ||2||
 
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nwmu Kjwnw gur qy pwieAw iqRpiq rhy AwGweI ]1] (911-19, rwmklI, mÚ 3)
Receiving the treasure of the Naam, the Name of the Lord, from the Guru, I remain satisfied and fulfilled. ||1||
sMqhu gurmuiKmukiq giq pweI ] (911-19, rwmklI, mÚ 3)
O Saints, the Gurmukhs attain the state of liberation.
 
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duKu suKu gurmuiK sm kir jwxw hrK sog qy ibrkqu BieAw ] (907-4, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
The Gurmukh looks upon pain and pleasure as one and the same; he remains untouched by joy and sorrow.
Awpu mwir gurmuiK hir pwey nwnk shij smwie lieAw ]12]7] (907-4, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Conquering his self-conceit, the Gurmukh finds the Lord; O Nanak, he intuitively merges into the Lord.
 
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ihrdY pRgwsu hovY ilv lwgY gurmiq hir hir nwim smwxI ]1] rhwau ] (880-13, rwmklI, mÚ 4)
Your heart shall be illumined; through the Guru's Teachings, lovingly attune yourself to the Lord. You shall merge in the Name of the Lord, Har, Har. ||1||Pause||
 
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suix mwiCMdRw nwnku bolY ] (877-14, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Listen, Machhindra, to what Nanak says.
vsgiq pMc kry nh folY ] (877-15, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
One who subdues the five passions does not waver.
AYsI jugiq jog kau pwly ] (877-15, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
One who practices Yoga in such a way,
Awip qrY sgly kul qwry ]1] (877-15, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
saves himself, and saves all his generations. ||1||
 
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so AauDUqu AYsI miq pwvY ] (877-15, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
He alone is a hermit, who attains such understanding.
Aihinis suMin smwiD smwvY ]1] rhwau ] (877-16, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Day and night, he remains absorbed in deepest Samaadhi. ||1||Pause||
iBiKAw Bwie Bgiq BY clY ] (877-16, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
He begs for loving devotion to the Lord, and lives in the Fear of God.
hovY su iqRpiq sMqoiK AmulY ] (877-17, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
He is satisfied, with the priceless gift of contentment.
iDAwn rUip hoie Awsxu pwvY ] (877-17, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Becoming the embodiment of meditation, he attains the true Yogic posture.
sic nwim qwVI icqu lwvY ]2] (877-17, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
He focuses his consciousness in the deep trance of the True Name. ||2||
nwnku bolY AMimRq bwxI ] (877-18, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Nanak chants the Ambrosial Bani.
suix mwiCMdRw AauDU nIswxI ] (877-18, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
Listen, O Machhindra: this is the insignia of the true hermit.
Awsw mwih inrwsu vlwey ] (877-18, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
One who, in the midst of hope, remains untouched by hope,
inhcau nwnk krqy pwey ]3] (877-18, rwmklI, mÚ 1)
shall truly find the Creator Lord. ||3||
 
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kIcih rs Bog KusIAw mn kyrI ] (832-3, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
He enjoys tastes, pleasures and joys in his mind.
Dnu lokW qnu BsmY FyrI ] (832-4, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
But his wealth will pass on to other people, and his body will be reduced to ashes.
KwkU Kwku rlY sBu PYlu ] (832-4, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
The entire expanse, like dust, shall mix with dust.
ibnu sbdY nhI auqrY mYlu ]2] (832-4, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
Without the Word of the Shabad, his filth is not removed. ||2||
gIq rwg Gn qwl is kUry ] (832-5, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
The various songs, tunes and rhythms are false.
iqRhu gux aupjY ibnsY dUry ] (832-5, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
Trapped by the three qualities, people come and go, far from the Lord.
dUjI durmiq drdu n jwie ] (832-5, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
In duality, the pain of their evil-mindedness does not leave them.
CUtY gurmuiK dwrU gux gwie ]3] (832-5, iblwvlu, mÚ 1)
But the Gurmukh is emancipated by taking the medicine, and singing the Glorious Praises of the Lord. ||3||
 
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so baurw jo Awpu n pCwnY]Awpu pCwnY q eykY jwnY: So bayuraa jo aap na pachaanai. Aap pacchaanai ta eko jaanai: Man is crazy wihtout Self-realization. When he knows the Self, only then he comes to know the One Reality (sggs 855).
 

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