Sikhi is a universal religion, what is your understanding of this phrase? What are views of non-Sikh, do they achieve the same end state as Sikh or something else?

Sikh in a obliteration prayer

Universal means it is for the benefit for the entire intelligent life forms that possess higher consciousness and the ability to realize God. Any human can obtain benefits from it without even becoming a Sikh. However, in order to achieve salvation, one must adopt Sikh way of life. For example, anyone can go to the beach and enjoy it but only those who have boats and ships can sail through the waves and not drown themselves. Similarly, anyone can obtain material and spiritual benefits but without dedicating to the Sikh way of life, they will not escape the transmigration.

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4 Responses to “Sikhi is a universal religion, what is your understanding of this phrase? What are views of non-Sikh, do they achieve the same end state as Sikh or something else?”

  1. Patrysha says:

    Yes to me definetely Sikh is “the” religion of the world.not only for its purity as well as it’s real way of practicing according to the natural cosmic law. It’s also the perfect religion in terms of non sectarian non exclusive religion. And Guru Nanak ji was a real pacifist the greatest of all in history till now. I grew up in a Christian family but I am very captivated by Sikhism. God bless

  2. Party's ya says:

    I agree. It should be a religion for all nations worldwide surely when it comes to its inclusive teachings, and guru Nanak dev jee is the biggest pacifist ever. I born Christian family but God through Kirtan found me and I am captivated with Sikhism

  3. Tino Lian says:

    Hello, could you please tell me if there is an ashram where Sikhs live and work together, as opposed to living and working in the outside world?

    I would like to belong to this type of ashram living and life.

    I am from Los Angeles.

    Thank you.

  4. admin says:

    Sikhs believe in integrating in society which requires living and working in the world, whilst remaining distinct from worldly practices and materialism.

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