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Sukhmani Sahib Asthapadee  01 Pauree 7-8

pRB kY ismrin kwrj pUry ]

parabh kai simran kaaraj pooray.

Remembering God, one's works are accomplished.

pRB kY ismrin kbhu n JUry ]

parabh kai simran kabahu na jhooray.

Remembering God, one never grieves.

pRB kY ismrin hir gun bwnI ]

parabh kai simran har gun baanee.

Remembering God, one speaks the Glorious Praises of the Lord.

pRB kY ismrin shij smwnI ]

parabh kai simran sahj samaanee.

Remembering God, one is absorbed into the state of intuitive ease.

pRB kY ismrin inhcl Awsnu ]

parabh kai simran nihchal aasan.

Remembering God, one attains the unchanging position.

pRB kY ismrin kml ibgwsnu ]

parabh kai simran kamal bigaasan.

Remembering God, the heart-lotus blossoms forth.

pRB kY ismrin Anhd Junkwr ]

parabh kai simran anhad jhunkaar.

Remembering God, the unstruck melody vibrates.

suKu pRB ismrn kw AMqu n pwr ]

sukh parabh simran kaa ant na paar.

The peace of the meditative remembrance of God has no end or limitation.

ismrih sy jn ijn kau pRB mieAw ]

simrahi say jan jin ka-o parabh ma-i-aa.

They alone remember Him, upon whom God bestows His Grace.

nwnk iqn jn srnI pieAw ]7]

naanak tin jan sarnee pa-i-aa. ||7||

Nanak seeks the Sanctuary of those humble beings. ||7||

hir ismrnu kir Bgq pRgtwey ]

har simran kar bhagat pargataa-ay.

Remembering the Lord, His devotees are famous and radiant.

hir ismrin lig byd aupwey ]

har simran lag bayd upaa-ay.

Remembering the Lord, the Vedas were composed.

hir ismrin Bey isD jqI dwqy ]

har simran bha-ay siDh jatee daatay.

Remembering the Lord, we become Siddhas, celibates and givers.

hir ismrin nIc chu kuMt jwqy ]

har simran neech chahu kunt jaatay.

Remembering the Lord, the lowly become known in all four directions.

hir ismrin DwrI sB Drnw ]

har simran Dhaaree sabh Dharnaa.

For the remembrance of the Lord, the whole world was established.

ismir ismir hir kwrn krnw ]

simar simar har kaaran karnaa.

Remember, remember in meditation the Lord, the Creator, the Cause of causes.

hir ismrin kIE sgl Akwrw ]

har simran kee-o sagal akaaraa.

For the remembrance of the Lord, He created the whole creation.

hir ismrn mih Awip inrMkwrw ]

har simran meh aap nirankaaraa.

In the remembrance of the Lord, He Himself is Formless.

kir ikrpw ijsu Awip buJwieAw ]

kar kirpaa jis aap bujhaa-i-aa.

By His Grace, He Himself bestows understanding.

nwnk gurmuiK hir ismrnu iqin pwieAw ]8]1]

naanak gurmukh har simran tin paa-i-aa. ||8||1||

O Nanak, the Gurmukh attains the remembrance of the Lord. ||8||1||

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