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“Ram” — Kabir’s and Namdev’s Primary Simran Word or Mantra Name For the Formless God, by James Bean

“Ram” — Kabir’s and Namdev’s Primary Simran Word or Mantra Name For the Formless God, by James Bean Over time, in different branches of the Sant tradition of India, various sacred mantra names or simran words are used. The name “Ram” was used by Guru Kabir and other classic or early Sants such as Namdev. …

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You Are Not Alone — Light and Sound on the Path — Newsletter of Spiritual Quotes & Sant Mat Satsang Discourses

You Are Not Alone — Light and Sound on the Path — Newsletter of Spiritual Quotes & Sant Mat Satsang Discourses     “It is impossible to confine love to the temporal and transient levels of life, and it is impossible to confine the grandeur and majesty of God to the dimensions of the mind. …

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Simran — The Power of Repeating God’s Name

Simran — The Power of Repeating God’s Name    Repeating a Name (or Names) of God with love and devotion, called in the east “Simran”, “Manas Jap”, or “Zikhr,” is one of the key spiritual exercises used to cultivate love for God and to invoke the Positive Power in our daily lives, making it possible …

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Keep on doing your work. Keep on reciting God’s name, and you will live pleasantly in the world. Kabir (on Remembrance, Simran – the Mantra of God’s Name)

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