Saturday, March 13, 2010

The Goals Of Sikhism

The Goals Of Sikhism Cover The goal of Sikhism lies in moksha, which is release and union with God, described as that of a lover with the beloved and resulting in self-transcendence, egolessness and enduring bliss, or ananda. The Sikh is immersed in God, assimilated, identified with Him. It is the fulfillment of individuality in which man, freed of all limitations, becomes co-extensive and co-operant and co-Present with God. In Sikhism, moksha means release into God's love. Man is not God, but is fulfilled in unitary, Mystical Consciousness with Him. God is the Personal Lord and Creator.

Books in PDF format to read:

Franz Bardon - The Golden Book Of Wisdom
John Dee - The Calls Of Enoch
Aleister Crowley - The Soul Of Osiris