Five Enemies

Lust, Anger, Greed, Attachment and Pride; five modes of destructive mental action which beset human beings and provides motives for performing actions. Action,which is an expression of ego,is also the compulsion of life because no one can live without constantly performing actions, but every new action further complicates our entanglement …

Radha Soami

The Lord (Soami) of the soul (Radha); the supreme Lord, the lord of the highest spiritual stage; also the name of the …

Paltu Sahib (1710-1780)

Paltu Sahib was born in Nanga-Jalalpur in UttarPradesh near Ayodhya, a town sacred to Hindus and a place of pilgrimage. A grocer …

Guru Nanak Devi ji (1469-1539)

Born in Talwandi(now in Pakistan),Guru Nank Dev travelled widely in India and nearby countries to spread the doctrine of Nam. At a …

Naam

In the language of the mystics, Nam also called the Name, represents the dynamic power of God that created and sustains the …

Master

True spiritual teacher; a Saint, Sant or Satguru who is ordained to take certain marked souls back to God by initiating them …

Karma

The law of cause and effect,of action and reaction;the fruits or result of past thoughts,words and deeds.There are three types of Karma;Pralabdh-that …

Kaal

Time or death; the ruler of the three worlds who administers justice strictly according to the law of karma.Dependent for all power …

Kabir (1398-1518)

Kabir Sahib, or Sant Kabir, was a saint and poet from Varanasi who was a contemporary of Guru Nank and Guru Ravidas. …

Guru

Dispeller of darkness; one who brings light into darkness; a spiritual teacher or master; a spiritual guide who gives new birth to …