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by Amarjit Singh Sethi

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Publisher: Universal Publications (1998)
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Psychological Reports. 1998), Sikhism in the west: The way to ethical and spiritual transformation. Ottawa, Canada: Universal Publications. The complete references as follows, Sandhu.

the way to ethical and spiritual transformation. by Amarjit Singh Sethi. Published 1997 by Universal Publications in Ottawa. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Hinduism and Sikhism are both Dharmic religions that originated in the Indian .

Hinduism and Sikhism are both Dharmic religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent  . The Sikh concept of salvation is called mukti (moksha) referring to spiritual liberation. It is described in Sikhism as the state that breaks the cycle of rebirths. Mukti is obtained according to Sikhism, states Singha, through "God's grace"

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Sikhism, religion and philosophy founded in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent in the late 15th century. This point should be borne in mind throughout, especially in the sections on the early Gurus. Its members are known as Sikhs. According to Sikh tradition, Sikhism was established by Guru Nanak (1469–1539) and subsequently led by a succession of nine other Gurus. History and doctrine. Sikh in Punjabi means learner, and those who joined the Sikh community, or Panth ( Path ), were people who sought spiritual guidance. Sikhs claim that their tradition has always been separate from Hinduism.

growth or transformation, usually in a context separate from organized religious institutions. Words translatable as 'spirituality' first began to arise in the 5th century and only entered common use toward the end of the Middle Ages. Words translatable as 'spirituality' first began to arise in the 5th century and only entered common use toward the end of the Middle Ages In the 11th century this meaning changed.

All religions have a way of transforming the world or at least transforming our attitude to the world. There is no spirituality outside or in contradiction.

Tao te ching: The classic book of integrity and the way. Jan 2005. All religions have a way of transforming the world or at least transforming our attitude to the world. to religion, the assertion of libertine spiritualists notwithstanding.

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