Promote meditation – Journal of Poza Rica

Promueven meditación

-Visit of the Sikh community, originally from India, to this header

FROM THE WORDING

With the purpose of people to learn to meditate and learn about the benefits of meditation, was conducted in the District of Mexico a dissemination event of the Sikh community, originally from India, headed by Surjit Singh Khalsa.

The representative of the Sikh community in Mexico and his delegation were invited by Maria Martinez Montoya or Mehtab Kaur, owner of a local association of yoga, and Blanca Lucia Ulloa Martinez.

The oriental brought a copy of their holy book “Siri Guru Granth Sahib”. Guru is the form of two words: “Gu” meaning darkness and “Ru” means light. Is interpreted as » from darkness to light or from ignorance to knowledge or enlightenment. The that lights up is called “Guru”. The holy book has 1 thousand, 430 pages with words of the ten Gurus of Sikhism and various saints from other religions.

The Spanish text is here for those who want to know it and use it in the house marked with the number 18, calle Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez.

White Lucia Ulloa commented that the text helps you learn to meditate, assured that evil is not to let the good do positive energy, good vibes. But that it is possible to reverse it.

No matter what the particular beliefs, he added, who meditates generates positive energy, useful in any place and circumstance, because it provides tranquility, peace, and wisdom.

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