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Shri Guru Nanakji's Ik Onkaar: Meditations on The One Indivisible Truth

Shri Guru Nanakji's Ik Onkaar: Meditations on The One Indivisible Truth
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Item Code: IDJ627
Author: Swami Swaroopananda
Publisher: Central Chinmaya Mission Trust
Language: English
Edition: 2003
Pages: 74 (2 Colour Illustrations)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.3" X 5.6"
weight of the book: 136 gms

Back of the Book

The Absolute Truth being infinite. It cannot be defined through words or concepts, which are relative and limited, therefore finite. Any discussion of the Ultimate Reality in the Scriptures is merely indicative or descriptive.

One such "pointer" in the direction of the Absolute Truth – and an extremely effective one at that – is Shri Guru Nanak Devji's Mool Mantra ('Ik Onkaar….') found in the Guru Granth Sahib. As the term itself denotes, the Mool ('root') Mantra is a fountainhead of True Wisdom. If meditated upon with sincerity and ardour the Mool Mantra can serve as a powerful launchpad that can skyrocket us to mystical heights beyond mere intellectual comprehension….Eventually propelling us into the silent realm of Infinite Consciousness.

With impeccable logic and rare insight Swami Swaroopananda reveals to us how the Mool Mantra is the hallmark of the profoundest spiritual experience. Understanding this we not only gain a stronger, more rational perspective on the universality of all Scriptural declarations, but also, we grow inwardly richer as we gain a fuller appreciation of the one Indivisible Truth that is – my, that has to be – at the heart of all spiritual pursuit both past and present.

 

Contents

 

Shri Guru Nanak Dev    
Purveyor of the Mool Mantra 'Ik Onkaar'   1
Mool Mantra and Mangalaacharan    
Fundamental meanings and philosophical implications   7
Ik Onkaar    
The One God, the Absolute Reality   11
Sat Naam    
His Name is Sat, Ever True   21
Kartaa Purakh    
The Only Doer, the One Creator   25
Nirbhau Nirvair    
Fearless and All-loving is He   33
Akaal Moorat    
His Form (Existence) Transcends Time   39
Ajuni    
He is Without Birth or Beginning   43
Saibangh    
He is Self-existent and Self-illuminating   47
Gurparsaad    
The Grace of the Guru   51
Jap    
Chant   57

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