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These are mukharbind bachans of Baba Ji which were taken from a transcript of recorded bachans. A lot of deep knowledge & wealth is hidden in them. These are for lovers of Saints & Mahapurush.

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3 hours ago, muscleman said:

'Gur ki Murat, Mann mein diyaan.'

The aspirant focuses on the Guru's image, am l correct?

 

 

 
गोंड महला ५ ॥
 
Gond mėhlā 5.
 
Gond 5th Guru.
 
 
 
गुर की मूरति मन महि धिआनु ॥
 
Gur kī mūraṯ man mėh ḏẖi▫ān.
 
Reflect thou over the Guru's image in thy mind,
 
 
 
गुर कै सबदि मंत्रु मनु मान ॥
 
Gur kai sabaḏ manṯar man mān.
 
and by Guru's instruction propitiate thy soul with the Guru's hymns.
 
 
 
गुर के चरन रिदै लै धारउ ॥
 
Gur ke cẖaran riḏai lai ḏẖāra▫o.
 
Enshrine thou the Guru's feet in thy mind.
 
 
 
गुरु पारब्रहमु सदा नमसकारउ ॥१॥
 
Gur pārbarahm saḏā namaskāra▫o. ||1||
 
Ever make thou obeisance unto the Guru, thy supreme Lord.

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This person make a very good point on image and intention. Please watch before making comments. He is a channel meaning someone is speaking through him.

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On 7/30/2016 at 7:54 PM, Ragmaala said:

These are mukharbind bachans of Baba Ji which were taken from a transcript of recorded bachans. A lot of deep knowledge & wealth is hidden in them. These are for lovers of Saints & Mahapurush.

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thank you waheguru ji, could you please provide with the name of the book and author?

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