This gorgeously sung bhajan
lit up my being. The exposition allowed me to feel as if I was going back in time and experiencing the love and compassion pouring out of the words and voices of Guru Nanak and his companions.
California, United States
I feel the Guru’s presence and protection in my life in each word of this bhajan
. The melody enhances the meaning of the words for me, and the sweet voices enter directly into my heart.
It is dusk as I sit here in my meditation room. I have just listened to this bhajan
twice, swaying in happiness. In the silence now I can still hear the beautiful voices and instruments vibrating subtly in the ether. I feel as if I have been transported to the light-filled courtyard in Gurudev Siddha Peeth, where I and many others are sitting with Gurumayi. How joyous it is to sing of the Guru and the oneness of all things!
This melodious bhajan
makes my cells dance, and the poetry of Guru Nanak purifies my mind. Through the words, I admire the artwork of the “divine painter” and become more and more sensitive to the beauty of nature and the feelings of humanity.
As I listened to Viju singing Guru Nanak’s bhajan
in her angelic voice, I felt I was listening to the golden voice of God. Every verse, every word, soothed and comforted me, and waves of devotion and gratitude rose within me.
St. Laurent, Canada
This is the one of the most beautiful bhajans
I have ever heard. It enveloped me with sweet and peaceful energy. At the end, I was in meditation.
with its beautiful melody,
is so powerful it transforms the atmosphere around me in moments.
is melodious and evokes in me love and devotion for the Guru. In listening to it, I felt the unity of the Guru and God. My mind was totally absorbed in it.
Listening again and again, I am going deeper into a state of equipoise within my being. I am feeling very connected with myself. I could experience the omnipresent Self, which is present in the tiniest particles and in the largest forms that exist.
These words in Verse 3 of the bhajan
made a deep impression on me: “You are in the sorrow of those who suffer.” While I often focus on joy, I realized that Gurumayi has invited us many times to pray for peace around the world and remember the many people who suffer. I thought about how our Guru’s compassion reaches them. I’m grateful for my broadened perspective.
Florida, United States