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Powers, Meanings and Effects of the Daily Nitnem Bania.
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Whosoever recites the forty pauris of this Bani will have endless bliss, because the Guru is limitless. In this Bani, mind and body are explained in relation to cosmic divinity. Sri Guru Amar Das Jee gave us this Song of Bliss to qualify the mind and to understand the depth. Husband and wife should get together, recite it together, alternating sutra (lines). It is also chanted at all religious ceremonies of the Sikhs irrespective of the nature of event, be it a marriage or death. In the beautiful composition and with the Grace of Sri Guru Amar Das Jee, the mind and soul of a true Sikh remains steadfast and goal oriented in all circumstances of life. In an awakened mind with Guru Consciousness and intoxicated with the Nectar of Naam, one is always tuned with the Sweet Will of the Lord in all ups and downs of life, in pain and pleasure alike. His is a mind which is ever luminous with Guru Consciousness and is in perpetual intoxication of Naam and AmritBani, accepting without question the Hukam of the Almighty. All Dukh (Pain) and Sukh, (Pleasure) appear as the same to the devoted Sikh of the Guru.
Sri Guru Nanak DevJee’s blessing is that the thirty-eight pauris of this Bani will liberate humanity from the cycles of birth and death. It is the first sacred composition found in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. It is a famous and concise summary of Sikh philosophy which was compiled by the founder of Sikhi and the first spiritual guide of the Sikhs known worldwide as Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee. The title of this Bani means to ‘recite’/‘to ‘chant’/'to stay focused onto' and the second part of the title means ‘grace’.
This Bani composed by tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee. It is also a part of evening prayer of the Sikhs called Rehraas sahib. The Bani can be read at any time during the day to provide protection, positive focus and energy. It is short composition which usually takes less than about 5 minutes to recite at a slow pace; it is written in simple Punjabi language and can be easily understood by most speakers of this language. The Bani offers protection and security and many Sikhs recite this Bani to gain spiritual safety and defence from external and internal enemies, worries and afflictions. The Gurmukhi text is very powerful and gives one self-confidence and an upbeat feeling. This Bani gives one the feeling of reliability and dependability on the Lord. If one has negative feelings and a lack of confidence in the future, one should recite this Bani to get an instant boost.
Powers, Meanings and Effects of the Daily NitnemBania
This Bani is done before sleep at night. It is the most harmonious Naad ever uttered. It multiplies the aura to the sensitivity of protection that it eliminates any negativity for miles and miles. When you are endangered by any species of direct or indirect source; when you want to protect yourself with the surrounding of the entire magnetic field of the earth, recite this Bani. Three Sikh Gurus – Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee, Sri Guru Ram Das Jee and Sri Guru ArjanDev Jee contributed five shabads in total to this Bani on the pain of separation and celebrating the bliss of union.
The Naad of this Bani rouses the soul and the self of the Being. This Bani is is made up of 199 verses and is the first Bani of the Sri DasamGranth Jee. The language of this Bani, is close to the classical (languages of India) with words and compounds drawn from Sanskrit, BrijBhasha and even Arabic and Persian. Most of the verses point to the fact that one can only describe God by describing what God is not. As all these verses are in the form of rhymed couplets, the vocabulary and ingenuity of the poet are superb. The second part of the title of this Bani means 'grace'. Recite it when your position is endangered, or when your authoritative personality is weak. This Bani brings grace and greatness. It will also give you the ability, that whatever people say, you will automatically be able to compute what they are actually saying. And, once you are able to recite it correctly, it will give you the power, the Siddhi, that whatever you say, must happen through the power of this Bani. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee recited this Bani so that we would not become beggars at the doors of others.
This Bani is recited after one has worked and is tired. It adds energy (raa-hu) to one's being, to one’s total concept. Also, recite it when your principle of worldly wealth is endangered. In Naad, reh means live, and raas means commodity. This Bani helps you: when you are physically weak, or weak in money, property and earthly goods.
Spoken by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee this Bani tells us how to worship and realise God. This Bani appears in the Sri DasamGranth Jee. One pangtee from this Bani says:
When you are not getting any satisfaction out of life, this is the Bani to recite.