Weekly Tuesday Lunchtime Simran in the City

EVENT: Weekly Tuesday Lunchtime Simran in the City
Tuesday 16th April 12.30 - 1.15pm
12.30pm - 1.15pm, St Ethelburgas, 78 Bishopsgate,


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  • Mandip

    I would describe it as a process, or the action of remembering, meditating, absorbing and becoming immersed in the one universal creator.

    There are various ways to do this. In the Sikh tradition, the most common is to chant "Waheguru" in sangat or congregation, usually with the harmonium. This is not the only way to do this - you do not need to use Waheguru or even chant - it can be silent meditation. It comes from the word in punjabi "Simar", which simply means to remember. It is one of the 'tools' Guru Granth Sahib ji talks about, when practised regularly can help control the ego, and achieve an higher state and peace of mind. In Sukhmani Sahib, it says - simar simar simar prabh soe ||
    Remember, remember, remember God in meditation.

    naanak bighan n laagai koe ||1||
    O Nanak, no obstacle shall stand in your way.

    Hope that helps a little

    1 · April 11, 2013

  • Ravinder Kaur J.

    What is simran?

    1 · April 10, 2013

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