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Guru Nanak Sahib in Rag Ramkali | Guru Granth Sahib 878 | Artist: Akal Academy Baru Sahib

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Who understands and knows this method: Drops in the ocean, ocean in the drops. You observe the playful creation, You recognize its essence. 1. Few reflect on such Wisdom: Freedom and final state of existence is through the One. 1. Reflect. Night in the day, Sun in the night, Same method in summer and winter. Nobody knows movement-measurement of the One, Without Guru, there is no understanding. 2 The knower of Supreme Cosmic understands: Male is in female, female is in male. Sound is in contemplation, contemplation is in Knowing, Indescribable narrative comes through Guru-orientation. 3. Mind is in Light, Light is in mind, Five senses unite as Gur-siblings. Nanak always adores those whose consciousness is linked to One Sabad1. 4. 1. Literally “The Word.” Popularly refers to the hymns in the Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Nanak Sahib in Rag Ramkali | Guru Granth Sahib 878

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