Sikh Spiritual Practice : The Sound Way to God
Sikhism is one of the finest ? and least known ? spiritual practices around. This book explains the spiritual underpinnings of Sikh practice, including how Sikhs use sound to experience the Divine. You've seen Sikhs and wondered why they wear turbans and what they believe. Or you've been invited to a Sikh event and are wondering what to expect. This book explains what Sikhs practice, how they practice it and why. Along the way, you'll get to read Sikh poetry, which includes passages by the great Sufi/Hindu saint Kabir. You're a Kundalini Yoga student and wonder what the connection is between Sikhism and Kundalini Yoga. This book explains where the two disciplines meet and where they differ. It also includes some Kundalini Yoga you can practice, including one previously unpublished meditation. You were born a Sikh and wonder why anyone born to a majority faith would choose a religion that looks funny to everyone else. This book tells stories of people who became Sikhs voluntarily and why they did so.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 144 x 218 x 18mm | 376g
- 16 May 2010
- John Hunt Publishing
- O Books
- New Alresford, United Kingdom
A very special book about Sikhs, Spirituality, and the Secrets of discovering bliss. Highly recommended, (Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.)
About Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa
Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa is a practicing Sikh and spokesperson, the founder of an interfaith organization, a retired Kundalini Yoga teacher and the author of Yoga for Prosperity.