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  2. Soulfinder

    Anger after Paath

    @Jageera veer ji its most luckly you are getting withdrawl symptoms since you mentioned its been 2 months of you using smoke drink etc. It shall improve over time the withdrawl symptoms as its normal even i had them when my phone broke down but it will be ok in given time. It is good for a walk if you can as that can help. Also try to surround yourself with as much katha kirtain as you can to help with your ongoing jaap of mool mantar + salok.
  3. Soulfinder

    Anger after Paath

    Veer ji these banis are designed for battle as i have been reading them for a few years now so i know what happens with these banis if read alone without 5 banis or sukhmani sahib can make a person bir ras anger fight etc. These banis have to be read before sunset as well not just at any time. I have seen the effects of these banis and trust me its best to follow given maryada for the paaths.
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  5. ipledgeblue

    Anger after Paath

    Read Chandi Di Vaar in your nitnem, also maybe Ugardanti and Shastar Mala. If you concentrate on the battle in Chandi di Vaar you can expel you anger during the paat
  6. samurai2

    How to overcome Wetdream

    Wank that shit out. Lol. Deadlifts... heavy weight as many as you can every other day.. Put that energy into use. Look at sexual transmutation. Find a hobby- martial arts, weight training, any sport, reading, art, photography.. find something you enjoy and put your focus on it..
  7. dalsingh101

    How to overcome Wetdream

    Seriously. Find a decent women who is physically compatible with you, and get married.
  8. This is a god example. Singhs need to become independent. What i mean by this is work on yourself, physically, mentally spiritually. Then when you see other like minded.people that becomes.sangat. The huddersfield sikhs are a bunch of pussies. Why the admin cut didnt they pull him up, admin cut his dad. No point in saying afterwards "we knew xyz" like some zee tv gossip.admin cut. I always thought once the old generation dies thing will get better from gurdwara runnings to culture backward mentality, but you know what, same shit different toilet.
  9. How to fall in love with God we usually associate the term love with loving another person; usually of the opposite sex. That is the kind of love that we nurture with another person of flesh and blood. However, here Guru Ji is talking about another dimension of love. This love is neither for a person; nor of a romantic type, as is immortalized in the legions of books like Romeo and Juliet, or Heer and Ranja etc. Instead, it is love for God and that, too, is steeped in a deep sense of reverence. The love that Guru Ji is referring to is not for a person, but a personal nature and a trait. Let us see if we can find out about this expression of love in the Guru Granth Sahib. Let us first start with Guru Nanak Dev Ji. "mohIpRymiprypRiBAibnwsIrwm]" "Mohee prem pirae prabh abinaasee raam." (SGGS, Pg. No. 843) Meaning: I am enticed by the love of my Husband Lord, the Eternal, Imperishable Lord God. Here Guru Nanak Dev Ji is sharing his excitement and the enthusiasm that has welled up in him for God. In fact Guru Nanak Dev finds this love so intoxicating that he expresses that feeling in these words: "BauqyrwBWgKlVImyrwcIqu]mYdyvwnwBieAwAqIqu]" "Bhao tera bhaang khalrree mera cheeth. Mai daevaanaa bhaeiaa atheeth." (SGGS, Pg. No. 721) Meaning: Your Reverence, O Lord God, is my marijuana; my consciousness is the pouch which holds it. I have become an intoxicated hermit. Thus, we can see that Guru Nanak Dev Ji is not just declaring his adoration and reverence for God, but also declaring that he has become a crazy hermit in love. This strong bonding of love that Guru Nanak Dev Ji experienced and shared with us through his writings is different from our experience. However, the pangs of separation, besides springing forth feelings of emptiness, anxiousness, and anxiety, are like those experienced in the worldly love. However, there is an added new dimension here - a keen desire for reunion. Such is the heart and feelings of the truly intoxicated in the divine love. Let us explore the similar feelings of Guru Ram Das Ji. "myrYminqinpRymulgwhirbwxujIau]" "Merai mun tan prem lagaa har baan jeeo." (SGGS, Pg. No. 175) Meaning: The arrow of the Lord's Love has pierced by mind and body. We have known about the piercing arrow effect of love that has been immortalized with an image of Cupid, but what about that experience for God? Well it is not one of our experiences. Next let us explore the similar feelings of Guru Arjan Dev Ji the complier of Guru Granth Sahib. "AYsIpRIiqgoivMdisaulwgI]myilleypUrnvfBwgI]" "Aisee preet govind sio laagee. Mael la-ae pooran vaddabhaagee." (SGGS, Pg. No. 198) Meaning: Such is my love for the Lord of the Universe has blossomed; through perfect good destiny, I have been united with Him. Elsewhere, Guru Arjan Dev Ji has shared his emotions of being deeply in love in the following words: "mUlwlnisaupRIiqbnI]rhwau]qorInqUtYCorInCUtYAYsImwDoiKMcqnI]" "Moo laalan sio preet banee. Rahao. Toree n toottai chhoree n chuttai aisee maadho khinch tanee." (SGGS, Pg. No. 827) Meaning: I have fallen in love with my Beloved Lord. Pause. Cutting it, it does not break, and releasing it, it does not let go. Such is the string the Lord has tied me with. The quotations above express love as a state of mind as experienced by Guru Ji, and how he stays in that state of mind. That day and night Guru Ji is thankful from his heart, because that bonding has grown in him. Further, he prays to God please bless him, so that this feeling may be continuously nurtured. He says that every attempt to disengage from it or snap from it fails. This is not falling in love but is rising in love and ascending higher. Now, let us explore; if we can taste the same steep love for God from the Banis of Bhagats in Guru Granth Sahib. Bhagat Ravidas has expressed his true love with God in these words: "swcIpRIiqhmqumisaujorI]qumisaujoirAvrsMigqorI]" "Saachee preet hum tum sio joree. Tum siyo jor avar sang toree." (SGGS, Pg. No. 659) Meaning: I am joined in true love with You, Lord. I am joined with You, and I have broken with all others. In this line we can see the true expressions of love for God, while having disconnected from others. In fact all the above quotes share with us the emotions of special bond of love with the divine. In elsewhere Ravi Das says on page 487 that because of this love I will not come back in incarnations. We all have this same yearning that we try to fulfill in our worldly relationships with our beloved, spouse, parents, and children. But our experiences have not been so fulfilling nor have they been nurturing. So, where should we turn for help? Guru Ji advises how to seek help: "ik®pwiniDbshuirdYhirnIq]qYsIbuiDkrhuprgwswlwgYpRBsMigpRIiq]" "Kirpa nidh basaho ridhai har neet. Taisee budh karhao pargaassa laagai Prabh sang preet." (SGGS, Pg. No. 712) Meaning: O Lord, ocean of mercy, please abide forever in my heart. Please awaken such understanding within me, that I may be in love with You, God. Guru Ji puts a precondition before that understanding can develop with these words: "jauqaupRymKylxkwcwau]isruDirqlIglImyrIAwau]" "Jao tau prem khelan ka chaao. Sir dhar tale galee maeree aao." (SGGS, Pg. No.1412) Meaning: If you desire to play this game of love with Me, then step onto My Path with your head in hand. The condition imposed by Guru Ji is only to come with your head in your hand. The expression is an analogy for a person who is ready to die. But here Guru Ji is not talking about the death of the body, but is talking about the death of the ego. In the next line Guru Ji says that when going on this path there should not be any hesitation nor any concerns for the opinions or the viewpoints of others. Guru Ji provides the guidance to those who give up ego: "ivxusqgurguxnjwpnIijcrusbidnkrybIcwru]" "Vin sathagur gun n jaapanee jichar shabad n karae beechaar" (SGGS, Pg. No. 936) Meaning: Without the True Guru, one does not see God's Virtues; one does not chant the Glorious Virtues of God. So, Guru Ji is asking us to seek guidance of Guru to develop virtues. How do we develop the virtues within and how can we meet them to learn from them? Before developing virtues the first step is to have understanding of virtues, seeing the virtues, and then appreciating them. Thus the Guru Ji will become the conduit and the coach for the entire process. A Sikh, who is a seeker, will experience the loving nature emanating within. A Sikh can only pray to Guru Ji and seek help, to nurture in him/her this tender sapling that it grows into a giant flowering tree. Let us pray that Guru Ji may provide us with such a blessing that a giant tree of loving with flowers of beauty and fragrance grows within us. Guru Arjan Dev Ji's these words may become our reality of life: "AYsIpRIiqgoivMdisaulwgI]myilleypUrnvfBwgI]" "Aisee preet govind sio laagee. Mail laae pooran vaddabhaagee." (SGGS, Pg. No. 198) Meaning: Such is my love for the Lord of the Universe; through perfect good destiny, I have been united with Him. Gurus have extorted us repeatedly to love God wholeheartedly; without expectations of any returns. Guru Ji has given us many similes of the type of love that he is talking about. These include references to water lily (lotus), and fish regarding their love for water. Guru has given more examples to emphasize the point by referring to a song bird's yearning for rain drop and so on. In conclusion; Guru Ji says that without the Guru this love does not emanate within. Still, the tricky mind will always be looking for excuses to get out of this emotional bonding. Every time it makes that excuse, we will have to be vigilant enough to steer it back with the following suggestion: "AYsIpRIiqkrhumnmyry]AwTphrpRBjwnhunyry]" "Aisee preet karahu mun maerae, aath pehar prabh jaanahu naerae". (SGGS, Pg. No. 807) Meaning: Enshrine such love, O my mind, that twenty-four hours a day, God feels near to you. Then only we can share what we will experience within. In fact Guru Arjan Dev Ji has expressed that feeling in these words: "sunhulokwmYpRymrsupwieAw]" "Sunahu lokaa mai prem rus paaeiaa." (SGGS, Pg. No. 370) Meaning: Listen, O people: I have tasted the elixir of love. Let us pray, hope, aspire that we get to taste this divine love or Prem Rus in our lives. The words referred to above serve as an inspiration for us that we need to develop and nurture such a relationship. Let these words fuel our desire for this divine love. Our singing of these words may not just be repeating the Guru Ji words on a musical scale, but a true heart rendering. The Guru Ji's blessing is all that we need and aspire for, and may we be blessed to experience the feeling of divine love within. May we literally feel the experience, the rising up in True Love. Copied for my satsangi friends Source: https://www.sikhnet.com/news/seeking-true-love
  10. Veer ji its also very trying sitting in one postition for 3 hours and also their are chances of headaches, migraines developing along with eye sight numbers changing as well. Its better to start step by step than doing 5 hours nitnem one day and not doing anything for a month as then your energy would be drained out to do anything. Don't get me wrong its good to have pyar prem to do simran paath nitnem but also energy is needed as well. I myself wish i could do 3 hours straight nitnem simran and wish for it as well as i have to take breaks when i do my paaths otherwise i get headaces migraines etc. I do remember that Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindrawale had build up their nitnem paaths of Sri Japji Sahib from 5 to 10 then to 151 step by step. Doing paath nitnem is also like training yourself as its better to do step by step than all in one go as more than a person is used to.
  11. @HK Sikh - I have yet to hear a better one than this - linking up the efforts we put in academics (how to be a good student and know your content) with bandagi. Academics, if at all useful (content keeps being revised hence the need for constant updation) will help us get a meal in this lifetime whereas bandagi is for this life and beyond; yet our time allocation for both these activities is inversely proportional to their importance.!
  12. Look at that nonce from Huddersfield: Dhaliwal. From what local guys said on SS, people didn't dare challenge him because his grand-dad was some Gurdwara pardaan and all that status ish. That's what happens when pendus take their external look and status obsession to its conclusion. This bhundh-yaari deference to people projecting a religious persona is a pure fudhoo bundha move, and we don't have a shortage of people who act like this.
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  14. Hk sikh

    How to overcome Wetdream

    I'm 25yrs, please dont say it's natural to have wet dream every 3rd day.. Any recommendation of medication or exercise, e.g sit ups to reduce the effect of it. Thanks
  15. Jageera

    Anger after Paath

    Thanks.I try to walk and light jog 3=5 times a week.Feel better after it.
  16. dalsingh101

    How to overcome Wetdream

    How old are you?
  17. samurai2

    Anger after Paath

    @Jageera Good on you with your detox. Raag keertan helped me alot. Especially Siri raag, as its a lot of vairaag and this is more associated with heart than mind. So this may help if you are getting mentally fatigued with reading/ listening to bani simran etc. Also physical exercise would help, simple brisk walks at night or just after you have done path/simran (which is where you find your self getting angry) Anyway, keep it up bro!!
  18. But you get the point of real Singhs not shying away from doing whats right to another regardless of their status etc.. Theres a video of a sikh groomer being jailed and Mohan Singh ripped into him, even to the point at the end said he should take his dastaar off. I dont want to go off topic but i think its important to recognize the fact how majority of our community are so fooled by religious personalities, i mean we take the piss out of pendus back home following pakandi babeh. They do this as the "see" a "religious" figure and automatically put him on a pedastall. How different is that from the people here putting sikh figures such as NKJ tattu Harry on a pedastall that they think his shit dont stink. Now for most we are talking about educated people with professional jobs. Anyone with half a pea brain would know there was some truth to it as Harry was on conditional bail with his passport detained. All the street minded people will know what that means. That was all my point. Sorry for little rant. Go to his local are. South east london/ kent area and gravesend area which is like a pend in itself where everyone knows each others business and you will hear different.
  19. Business rivals had him murdered in Panjab. They were rich, because of fathers successful business. Yes, the last photo I saw of him I had gol dastar and was clutching a khanda. Maharaja wasn't lashed because of malechhpuna. Yes and yes. i think he read the wrong signals in being asked to stay the night, and tried his luck.
  20. Like I said previously, I think it highly likely that she didn't actually planned to have him killed but that banged up Singh might have gone a bit bonkers when he was supposed to just batter him?
  21. Personally, i feel when it comes to bhandgi we are very naive. Students who study medical science, engineering, usually revise for few hours straight. I had few friends who would study 6 hours straight with minimal breaks. We should encourage each other and have a can do attitude. Guru tegh bahadur sahib ji, did bhagti for 26 years. Guru Gobind singh ji in their previous life did continuous bhagti. Why his sikhs not able to do 3hr bhagti, instead we say that we only need pyaar, lol.. Was guru sahib not full of pyaar! By the way, I've heard in katha that 3.5hrs sitting is called one samadhi (or similar)..
  22. How can i overcome frequent wetdream. Any recommendation? Medicine, Exercise, etc.
  23. Jageera

    Anger after Paath

    Ok will do.I found the version with english translation on youtube.
  24. To those who think that I'm giving sympathy to the guy because he's amritdhari, I'm really not. Even if the guy was a tobacco user and mona, and the girl was a sarblohi, jatka-only, amritdhari gursikh I would take the mona's side because I don't think the merciless and painful death was necessary. However, I am not saying the guy was completely innocent or anything, either. He did not have to accept her sleep over request, knowing that he was the average passionate, young man. Then again, why did the girl invite him for a sleep over in the first place?
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  26. In the time I knew him, he was not amritdhari. Last time we met in person was about 6 months before he died. He didn't say anything about having taken Pahul then. I do remember him wearing the 5 kakaars, but.not sure.. either way he was representing the Guru, especially with the gol pagh and all.. I think this is important.. let me sum it up.. Mona= what a prick should have know better Samosa pagh wala.. probably trim singh or singh who was.forced by his parents to follow sikhi.. therefore what prick and he needs to get a number 1 on the sides and shave his beard. Gol pagh, now this becomes different. Ones knows the path they are walking as soon as you have that image, hence why i feel he should be held.more accountable for his checking actions etc. But hes.just getting people to back him because he was "religious" and made.sikh tv.. I Know for sure he was.pestering her when he had his gol pagh on.. no doubt about that.. Malech has always been there but Singhs weren't so sensitive and emotional to the point where they would let a Sikh/Singh get away with shit cos of their outer identity.. Maharaja Ranjit got lashed a few time by the Akalis.. Same action, same fate. Apple does not fall too far from the tree as the old gora would say.
  27. dalsingh101

    Anger after Paath

    You know I must be going senile. I forgot one of the most powerful things for a Sikh to calm anger and anxiety down. Get some Sukhmani Sahib going on.
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