by SS Har Nal Kaur Khalsa, Espanola NM
As Sikh Dharma Ministers, we can function as one subtle energetic body, like the yogic concept of Vyana Prana Vayu. This prana is a heart-centered energy that flows through the entire physical body, distributing vital energy throughout. Like this Vyana, the ministry’s energetic vibration can pervade the entire body of Sikh Dharma, bringing cohesion, integration and connection.
Our subtle bodies are connected through our commitment as Ministers, and our daily Dharmic practice, especially sadhana, and our living relationship with the Siri Guru Granth Sahib and the Sat Sangat.
Infusing ourselves with the Guru’s sound current helps us to be heart-centered, drop our insecurities and be less reactive to duality, fear, anger, depression, and remember that whatever happens is God’s will.
Then we can dwell not at, nor with each other, but for each other, through loving service, to inspire with purity of thought, not for material gain. Instead of getting angry and impatient with others, we can see the other person as ourself. Listening deeply to hear others’ needs brings intuitive understanding.
Through our neutral minds, we will respond with nobility and grace, kindness and compassion. The Siri Singh Sahib said, “Forgiveness stops our own further aggravation and nervous breakdown.”
Opening Hearts with Love
As we project positively toward others and ourselves, that allows change to happen. When we think we are not making a difference, we can remember that it is the little things, like a touch, a word or a smile, that open hearts.
When we acknowledge and allow who we and others are now, and what is happening now, we can experience life gratefully, see the opportunity in every challenge and move forward. Meditating inside ourselves, we can see the way through every block, and as we start the pressure will be off.
We can drop what no longer serves us inside and out as we move into Aquarian consciousness. When needed, we can poke, provoke, confront and elevate. When we need to act with courage for righteousness, we can meditate on the life and bani of Guru Gobind Singh and the life and teachings of the Siri Singh Sahib.
Aquarian Age Consciousness
The Aquarian Age is here! In the Guru’s vibration, we can be with God inside ourselves, patiently meditating to know God’s will for us. We know God is the Doer. We experience, as we read in Victory and Virtue (Sikh Dharma Manual) going “to the depths of our meditation beyond time and space to where all is One.”
Once while doing Sat Nam Rasayan treatments at the Espanola Hospital health fair, I asked the members of a Dharmic class I was missing to think of me during their meditation. After a treatment, the person sat up saying, “Wow!” I looked up and there was a line of 10 people, where there had been none. I knew that the class and been sending me meditative energy!
As we feel complete and satisfied through experiencing the transformational, elevating effects of the sound current, Kundalini Yoga, and the Siri Singh Sahib’s teachings, we can reach out to help others have an elevated sense of self.
The Siri Singh Sahib tolds us that “we no longer have to search for God, but we can be God.”
When we constantly dwell in the pure vibration of Guru’s Word, our sensory systems develop and sacredness flows through us, giving us the energy, creativity, strength and protection, as our teacher taught us, to “touch the hearts of others, feel their feelings, and fill their emptiness. Our flow will fulfill the gratefulness in the hearts of others.” (8/1/2000)
“There are a lot of sutras in the Siri Guru Granth that can create miracles out of God energy. Miracles! And if that has been the vibration in your existence, then your projection becomes the most powerful light of God Divinity and that light will prevail though you.”(p. 33 Victory & Virtue)
Then like the Vyana Prana Vayu, the ministry’s energetic group vibration can pervade the body of Sikh Dharma, bringing cohesion, integration and connection.
Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa! Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh!
About the Author
SS Har Nal Kaur Khalsa has lived in Espanola, NM since 1977. She has been a student of Siri Singh Sahib ji for 44 years, a minister of Sikh Dharma for 23 years, and a member of Khalsa Council for around 15 years. Har Nal was an RN for 31 years; during that time her other jobs included homecare, hospice, nursing to our children at school in India and at Children’s Camp at Ram Das Puri. She was married to Gurubhai Singh, who passed away on January 30, 2016. For the past two years, Har Nal has worked as the Akhand Path Sevadar for Hacienda de Guru Ram Das. She enjoys traveling, hiking, hot springs, playing kirtan, Dances of Universal Peace, painting (for self-processing), movies, taking workshops, and being with her friends and the Sadh Sangat.