Simran refers to the remembrance of God by repetition or recital of His Name
or Nām. The one God is known by many names which are mentioned in the Holy
Texts. It is said that by carrying out Simran the person is purified and
attains Salvation or Mukti.
"To do Simran" is the physical act of sitting in a cross-legged position and
meditating, uttering or chanting "Naam" - the name of God. The process
brings calmness to the mind and allows one to concentrate on the "image" or
"qualities" of God. The process is to allow one to "connect" to the Creator
and "realise" His qualities. Sikhs prefer the name "Waheguru" to other names
of God. Sometimes, the person doing simran will do this as part of a group
or individually. Early morning is normally the preferred time although no
one time period is considered more sacred than another.
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