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The Brahm Nirupan of Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das

The Brahm Nirupan of Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das

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The Brahm Nirupan of Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das -- The First 45 Verses -- Another Volume of the Kabir Sagar, in the Tradition of the Anurag Sagar The Brahm Nirupan is a manual about meditation and mysticism in the tradition of Guru Kabir. Some of the Brahm Nirupan was translated into English by Dr. Jagessar Das of the Kabir Association of Canada, and is based on, the Brahm Nirupan, published by Mahant Shri Ramsaroop Dasji of Kabir Ashram, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India in 1955. The following represents all of the Brahm Nirupan that has been translated into English thus far in various issues of the Kabir Voice newsletter. I am told that, soon, the entire text will become available. The Brahm Nirupan is another spiritual classic of the Sant tradition, and represents more Dharamdasi Kabir Panth literature quite compatible with other Kabirian "dialogues gospels", these Q and A sessions between Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das, such as the Anurag Sagar (Ocean of Love), Sukh Niddn, and Amar Mul. Notice how verses 30 through 40 reveal a similar inner esoteric or mystical landscape to that taught by Swami Ji Maharaj (Sant Radhaswami Sahib), Param Sant Dariya Sahib, and Param Sant Tulsi Sahib. Brahm Nirupan gives us a glimpse into the more advanced stages of Surat Shabd Meditation as practiced in the Dharamdas-Kabir lineage.

The Brahm Nirupan of Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das -- The First 45 Verses -- Another Volume of the Kabir Sagar, in the Tradition of the Anurag Sagar The Brahm Nirupan is a manual about meditation and mysticism in the tradition of Guru Kabir. Some of the Brahm Nirupan was translated into English by Dr. Jagessar Das of the Kabir Association of Canada, and is based on, the Brahm Nirupan, published by Mahant Shri Ramsaroop Dasji of Kabir Ashram, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India in 1955. The following represents all of the Brahm Nirupan that has been translated into English thus far in various issues of the Kabir Voice newsletter. I am told that, soon, the entire text will become available. The Brahm Nirupan is another spiritual classic of the Sant tradition, and represents more Dharamdasi Kabir Panth literature quite compatible with other Kabirian "dialogues gospels", these Q and A sessions between Guru Kabir and Sant Dharam Das, such as the Anurag Sagar (Ocean of Love), Sukh Niddn, and Amar Mul. Notice how verses 30 through 40 reveal a similar inner esoteric or mystical landscape to that taught by Swami Ji Maharaj (Sant Radhaswami Sahib), Param Sant Dariya Sahib, and Param Sant Tulsi Sahib. Brahm Nirupan gives us a glimpse into the more advanced stages of Surat Shabd Meditation as practiced in the Dharamdas-Kabir lineage.

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The BrahmNirupan of GuruKabir and SantDharam Das -- Another Volumeof the Kabir Sagar,in the Tradition of the Anurag Sagar
 
The Brahm Nirupan is amanual about meditationand mysticism in thetradition of Guru Kabir.Some of the BrahmNirupan was translatedinto English by Dr.Jagessar Das of the Kabir Association of Canada,and is based on, theBrahm Nirupan,

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