by Balvinder Kaur When a group of conscious beings sit together to discuss spiritual matters, sing or listen to Shabad Keertan, they become Sat Sangat. The word ‘sangat’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘sangh’ which means company. When Sat Sangat comes together to bow and meditate in the presence of the highest spiritual teachings contained in […]

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by Raghurai Singh “Your heart has not to open to others. Your heart has to open to yourself.” Yogi Bhajan The inscriptions of the GRDP logo are: Unity, Respect, Equality and Service. One for the Heart monthly workshops, taught by different teachers who can offer their wisdom, kindness and compassion, are based on this foundation […]

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Article by Shiv Charan Singh Someone once pointed out that when you spell the word Guru this is what you say: G = JEE, or GEE,  U = YOU ,  R = ARE ,  U = YOU ‘Gee you are you’. Well it may seem obvious but to a lot of people being their real […]

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Article by Yeli. The room fills. A curious combination of serenity and anticipation descends. Kirtan starts, I am not familiar with the melodies or the words, it does not matter I fall into the hypnotic unifying quality of shared intention.  I feel like a small child, every now and again I look around me, through […]

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Article by Amrit Singh. Anger moves quickly, like fire it can rage out of control in no time but the impulse behind the anger provides the energy to begin something, for our energy to rise up and spread out. In ancient Chinese  “when the great fish in the ocean becomes a large bird-like creature and […]

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Article by Shiv Charan Singh The Guru Ram Das Project is more than just an organisation. It is a community of people inspired to serve others. This article explores the significance of human community and service, especially in the light of the teachings of the Guru. Most of what is written here is inspired or […]

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Be Compassionate Like Water

Article by Shiv Charan Singh Lets reflect on the virtues of water and what it can teach us about compassion. Water has always been a special element in the history of the Sikhs and the Gurus. There are accounts of wells being found in dry lands and of the healing properties of tanks of water […]

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Guru Ram Das Ji

The name Guru Ram Das means ‘the servant of the all-pervading divinity’. He feels a sense of community with all mankind and the pains of those isolated hearts yearning to open, as well as those that have been betrayed and broken. Aware of the pain and confusion that reigns in the place of true love […]

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Beautifully designed by Seva Kaur and conceived by Satya Kaur, the Guru Ram Das Project logo is based on a birds eye view of the Golden Temple, which is a universal spiritual centre in North India (Punjab) created by the Sikh masters for healing, service and shelter for one and all. In the centre of […]

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