The complete God is the creator of all the heavenly places. He is the owner of infinite universes. He is Omnipresent and all the universes are running with His divine command. He resides in the eternal world ‘Sachhkhand’ where he took the pious soul respected Shri Nanak Dev Ji on his request to meet Akaal Purush. This is a well-known fact and the entire Sikh community strongly believes the same. Respected Shri Nanak Dev Ji in his various sacred speeches has indicated about the complete God Kabir Saheb who met him in the form of a ‘Jinda Baba’ on the bank of river Bein while the pious soul Nanak Ji was meditating remembering the formless God according to the false belief similar to all people of the world. The dialogue held at that time between Akaal Purush Kabir Saheb and Shri Nanak Dev Ji has been well described in the earlier article.
After his return from the immortal world ‘Satyaloka’ the eye-witness Shri Nanak Ji glorified the Supreme God in many sacred verses. The same evidence about the indication of the complete God is also found in one of the Anshik sacred speeches, Mehla 1 sung by respected Shri Nanak Dev Ji that has been scripted in pious Sri Guru Granth Sahib on page no 359-360 which is described below. Let us have a look.
Anshik Sacred Speech, Mehla 1 of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib
(Shri Guru Granth, page no. 359-360)
Shri Nanak Dev Ji in this sacred speech is addressing Shri Bharthari Yogi Ji and explaining about the divine sound heard in the Body Chakras (lotuses within each human body) which are of the deities in the region of Brahm-Kaal only; whereas he says his connection is with that one Nirankar (egoless God) /Akaal Purush ie. the complete God whom he saw in Sachhkhand who is enthroned there as an emperor and keeps an eye on the whole nature created by Him. He is the Purna Parmaatma/Satpurush whose way of worship is different and is provided by only the Enlightened (Tatvadarshi) Saint.
ਸਿਵ ਨਗਰੀ ਮਹਿ ਆਸਣਿ ਬੈਸਉ ਕਲਪ ਤਿਆਗੀ ਬਾਦੰ ॥
ਸਿੰਙੀ ਸਬਦੁ ਸਦਾ ਧੁਨਿ ਸੋਹੈ ਅਹਿਨਿਸਿ ਪੂਰੈ ਨਾਦੰ ॥੨॥
ਹਰਿ ਕੀਰਤਿ ਰਹਰਾਸਿ ਹਮਾਰੀ ਗੁਰਮੁਖਿ ਪੰਥੁ ਅਤੀਤੰ ॥੩॥
ਸਗਲੀ ਜੋਤਿ ਹਮਾਰੀ ਸੰਮਿਆ ਨਾਨਾ ਵਰਨ ਅਨੇਕੰ ॥
ਕਹੁ ਨਾਨਕ ਸੁਣਿ ਭਰਥਰਿ ਜੋਗੀ ਪਾਰਬ੍ਰਹਮ ਲਿਵ ਏਕੰ ॥੪॥੩॥੩੭॥
Siv nagri mahi aasni baesau Kalap tyaagi vaadM (1)
Sindi sabad sada dhuni sohae ahinisi poorae naadM (2)
Hari kirti reh raasi hamaari guru mukh panth ateetaM (3)
Sagli joti hamaari samiaa nana varan anekaM
Keh Nanak suni Bharthari jogi Paarbrahm liv ekaM (4)
सिव नागरी मे आसन बैसा-ओ कल्प ते-अगे बडा || 1 ||
सिनाई शबद सदा धून सोहाइ अहिंसा पोर नाड़ा। || 2 ||
हर कीरत का रहस्य हमारा गुरुमुख पंथ अटेम । || 3 ||
सागली जोत हमारी शाम-आ नाना वरन अनेका |
केह नानक सुनी भरथरी जोगी परब्रह्म लिव एकम । || ४ || ३ || ३ 37 ||
Translation: In the Lord's City (Shivlok), he (Shri Shiv Ji) sits in his Yogic posture (Meditation), and he forsakes his desires and conflicts. The sound of the horn (Singi’ Shabd) ever rings out its beautiful melody day and night, he is filled with the sound current of the Naad (sound audible in the body is of every God’s region). ||2|| The Praise of the Lord (Akaal Purush/Purna Parmatma) is my occupation, and to live as Gurmukh (chant true salvation mantra given by a complete guru) is my pure religion (devotional earning). ||3|| My arm-rest is to see the Lord's Light in all (all living beings are children of one Satpurush), although their forms and colors (path of worship) are so numerous (different than others). Says Nanak, listen, O Bharthari Yogi: love only the Supreme Lord God (Purna Parmatma). ||4||3||37||
The essence of the above-mentioned sacred speech is that Shri Nanak Ji is saying that Oh, Bharthari Yogi Ji, your sadhna is upto god Shiv, and because of that you have acquired a place in Shiv nagri (city). The ‘Singi’ shabd etc which is going on in your body is of these lotus flowers only, and is being audible in the body from every god’s lok (like a television). I (Nanak Ji) focus with undivided mind only on one Parmatma PaarBrahm i.e. the Purna Parmatma, who is beyond everyone, and is someone else. I do not show off (like, smearing ash on the whole body, holding a wand in hand). I consider all the living beings to be children of one Supreme God (SatPurush). Everyone is functional by His power only. My mudra (revenue) is to chant true Naam after acquiring it from a Complete Guru, and my baana (attire) is forgiveness. I am a worshipper of the Purna Parmatma and the path of Bhakti of Complete Satguru is different from yours.
Aforesaid, the indication about the complete God in the Anshik sacred speech, Mehla 1 scripted in pious Sri Guru Granth Sahib on page no. 359-60 by respected Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji is about God Kabir Saheb who was his guru who provided him true spiritual knowledge and salvation mantras (Satnaam and Sarnaam) chanting which Shri Nanak Dev Ji attained emancipation. The same complete God/Purnam Parmatma ie. God Kabir Saheb has descended in the holy land of India and is playing the divine spectacle in the cover of great Tatvadarshi Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj. He is only the real saint. Take His refuge and obtain the same salvation mantras which were provided to Shri Nanak Dev Ji and get permanent relief from the vicious cycle of birth and rebirth and land back to your native eternal world ‘Sachkhand’.
FAQs about Guru Nanak Ji's Indication About Complete God in the SGGS
Q.1 What message from God did Guru Nanak teach?
Shri Nanak ji has taught us about the Constitution of Supreme God Kabir as received from Him. He says a pious soul should attain salvation for that one should take the refuge of Complete God.
Q.2 What Guru Nanak Dev ji says about God?
Shri Nanak Dev ji has mentioned in Holy Guru Granth Sahib ji on page 359-360 about the identity of Supreme God Kabir Who disclosed true mantras to Him. Hence appealed to us to take the refuge of that God Kabir to attain happiness and peace.
Q. 3 How did Guru Nanak experience God?
Shri Nanak ji was a pious soul from his previous births and that's why Kabir Saheb came and met him and took him to Sachkhand(Satlok) for 3 days. And that's how he experienced God.
Q.4 What Guru Nanak said about universe?
Shri Nanak ji said universe is the creation of Almighty God Kabir and we are here entrapped under the cage of Satan( Kaal Brahm) because of our own mistakes that we made in Sachkhand.
Q.5 How did Guru Nanak believe people can achieve unity with God?
Kabir Saheb told Shri Nanak Dev ji that Satan (Kaal Brahm) divided all His pious souls into religions to let them fight which will send us far from the prime goal of our human life which is salvation. Hence upon witnessing the powers of Kabir Saheb and His plans for Kaliyug he believed that people who divided themselves for God will again unite for God when they will get to know about His identity.
Q.6 How did Nanak get enlightened?
Guru Nanak Ji get enlightened by the grace of God Kabir who took him to Sachkhand and made him aware about the wealth of His true spiritual knowledge.
Q.7 Why was Guru Nanak an inspiration?
Because Guru Nanak Dev ji was a pious soul and he obeyed the orders of His Guru Kabir Saheb till his last breath that's why he was an inspiration for many. And he started Sikh religion for the attainment of God which is also the reason for his fame.
Q.8 Is Guru Nanak a God?
This is a major misconception being circulated in society. Guru Nanak ji was not God. He declared Kabir Saheb as his Guru and Complete God in his verses in Holy Guru Granth Sahib ji on page 721 where he called him "Parvardigar" means Complete God.
Q.9 What do Sikhs believe about God as creator?
Sikhs believe that God is one and is the creator of the entire universe. But they worship as not in form which is wrong. Guru Nanak ji declared in Holy Guru Granth Sahib ji when he described his appearance and on page 721 he even declared the name as "Hakka Kabir".
Q.10 Was Guru Nanak against religion?
As per the teachings of Kabir Saheb, Shri Nanak ji was not against any religion. But he firmly believed that humanity is the religion above all religions and that's why he always favored humanity. But upon gaining true spiritual knowledge from Kabir Saheb, he always opposed false religious practices on going in the society.