Tao-Te-Ching Gurmat Commentary

These commentaries are meant to encourage the readers to develop a deeper relationship with Gurbani and to unlearn misconceptions about the individual self/Sikhi overall. They are not meant to be an overarching authority on understanding Gurbani, there are Steeks especially made for this purpose.

Tao-Te-Ching 无用 (Using that which does not have any physical existence, s.11)

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Tao-Te-Ching 运夷 (Fullness and Complacency Contrary to the Dao, s. 9)

Lao Tse Ji speak about how remaining empty of desires is better than constantly trying to be filled in this material world.

Tao-Te-Ching 易性 (The Placid and Contented Nature, s.8)

Tao-Te-Ching 易性 (The Placid and Contented Nature, s.8)

Tao-Te-Ching 韬光 (Sheathing The Light, s.7)

They explain the importance of the humble nature of saints and where they receive their greatness and peace from.

Tao-Te-Ching 成象(Understanding Maya, s. 6)

In the previous sections, Lao Tse Ji have gone into the relationship between this manifestation (Sargun) and the Formless (Nirgun).

Tao-Te-Ching 虚用 (The Presence of Formlessness s. 5)

Imagine as if a village was asking for a lot of rain because their crops were suffering. The rain came pouring and then the villagers thanked the angels, devtay, or other gods/deities, etc.

Tao-Te-Ching 无源 (The Fountainless, s.4)

Let this section invoke a genuine spiritual seeking and recognize Gurbani as deeper than the mind can comprehend. Hopefully, this opens up further conversation and widens your field of view to have a Gurmat discussion about.

Tao-Te-Ching 养身 (The Nourishment of the Person, s.2)

This is section #2 out of 83. Lao Tsu Ji begins by explaining the dual nature of this world. After this, they continue to explain how the Saint/Mahapurakh is indifferent to this duality and how this detachment works in the mind.

Tao-Te-Ching 体道 (Embodying The Dao, s. 1)

ਤ੍ਵ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ॥ ਦੋਹਰਾ॥ ਨਮਸਕਾਰ ਸ੍

The Aatma has no identity: A lengthy Intro to Tao Te Ching Commentary

A common theme in this granth is: Wu-Wei~ being in a state of non-doing (being in the flow of things). The reason why this granth was because of how Wu-Wei can better help the GurSikh accept Hukam.

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