Counting your blessings in the morning is a great way to start the day, and the best part is that it only takes a few seconds. You can even add a little prayer or chant to your morning routine. We’ll go over a few good morning Gurbani quotes to help you get started in the right direction.
Poota mata kee asees
The Sikh chant, “Poota Mata Kee Asees,” is a prayer to the Divine for the well-being of a child. It can be chanted on behalf of a child on their birthday or for the safety and happiness of their entire family.
The mantra was composed by Arjan Dev, the fifth Sikh guru. It recounts the blessings of the guru’s mother Bibi Bhani. It can be found in the Guru Granth Sahib scripture. To learn more about this chant, visit Nirinjan Kaur’s website, which offers line-by-line translations and a revision of the Khalsa Consensus Translation of the Guru Granth Sahib.
Count your blessings this morning
If you want to start your day off right, consider counting your blessings this morning. Counting your blessings will remind you to recognize and be grateful for all of the good things in your life. Try counting your blessings every morning, before you go to sleep, and throughout the day. It will give you the opportunity to thank God for your faith in Him and pray for those around you who lack faith.
Every day brings new possibilities and opportunities. We cannot stay stuck in the past because then we miss out on great opportunities. We must thank God for mercy and for sending us good mornings, rainbows, and pockets filled with dreams.
Guru Nanak’s “oneness with the universe”
In the teaching of Guru Nanak, the phrase “oneness with the universe” has many meanings. One can say that it is the state of being one with all of life, but this is not the same as oneness with God. The concept of oneness with God is more than just a concept; it is an experience.
Arjun Dev’s “Jamia Poot Bhagat Govind Ka”
Arjun Dev’s “Jamiia Poot Bhagat Govindin Ka” is an oracion of happiness composed for the celebration of the birth of a child. This song is a favorite of the Hindu community and is sung on festivals and special occasions. It is a popular prayer performed by couples hoping to conceive. It is also used as a blessing for birth or to commemorate the birthday of a child. This prayer is written in the tenth month and is said by a devotee of the Universal Lord.
The song tells the story of Guru Ajrun Dev ji, who is the son of Guru Ram Devi. He was married to Mata Ganga. Guru Arjun once contacted her when she was bijak or hamil to request restu from the Buddha Baba.