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    Jageera

    Anger after Paath

    Thanks for the reply. I have a clearer picture now.Will carry on and update in a week.
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    dalsingh101

    Anger after Paath

    Veer ji my PM box is full right now. 1) The tongue should just slightly touch the roof, it should essentially just rest there - no significant pressure is applied. I'm going to tell you what works for me, and I think people adapt techniques to suit them. Remember that your lung capacity is very likely changing now that you've cut down/given up the fags. When I started simran, my breathing was very shallow at first, but this changed over time. I now go for long slow breathing. It might be a practice thing, so it might take you a little bit of sustained effort to get it? Maybe I misled you a bit, really if I think about it, the first two syllables (WAAAAAAAAHE) are one deep drawing in of air (through the nose). Then I hold it in for a second. (Pause) Now for the exhalation (which for me is the longest part), I slowly breath out to GUUUUUUUURRRUUUUUUUUUUUUU. When I get to the end I try and pause for a second again. This exhalation I repeat is much longer than the inhalation for some reason. Then start again: WAAAAAAAHE The simran should help you (in time) to let go of the triggering thoughts. I've been getting flashbacks too of late. But I recognise them for what they are. I don't think I was mentally ready or mature enough to fully understand and deal with the past before. I think the repressed thoughts coming out now are a sign that you are finally ready to deal with them (not that it this is easy). Letting go and living in this moment onwards (easier said than done) is the biggest aid to overcoming regrets like you mention. It's wahegurus hukam.
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    We need the original. The ending sentences of this are significant too. I think these are political/military strategies that have been coded. Like you alluded to, this one suggests being caught out without resources by the enemy. It speaks of being prepared. Then when we look at the next chariter, it seems to elaborate on this. I don't know if we should openly discuss these any more. It might give our enemies ideas and insights that we are better off hiding from them?
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    Soulfinder

    SPN (Sick Parasite Network)

    That site is run by missionarys who are destroying our religion
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    chatanga1

    SPN (Sick Parasite Network)

    Lol. So you read all about the Sick Parasite Network and their distortion of history and Gurbani and made a beeline to there...
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    I was reading the following pangti's on Ang 834 and it reminded me of this guidance I once heard. Only the Creator Lord Himself knows the state and condition of everyone; the Lord Himself makes all the arrangements. har gat mit kartaa aapay jaanai sabh biDh har har aap bana-ee-aa. The treasure of jewels is found in the ocean of the Guru`s Teachings. The treasure of devotional worship is opened to me. ratan padaarath gurmat paavai saagar bhagat bhandaar khulH-ee-aa. This body is the field of karma; the Gurmukhs plow and work it, and harvest the essence. ih sareer karam kee Dhartee gurmukh math math tat kadha-ee-aa. The priceless jewel of the Naam becomes manifest, and it pours into their vessels of love. laal javayhar naam pargaasi-aa bhaaNdai bhaa-o pavai tit a-ee-aa. Become the slave of the slave of the slave, of that humble being who has become the devotee of the Lord. daasan daas daas ho-ay rahee-ai jo jan raam bhagat nij bha-ee-aa. I dedicate my mind and intellect, and place them in offering before my Guru; by Guru`s Grace, I speak the Unspoken. man buDh arap Dhara-o gur aagai gur parsaadee mai akath katha-ee-aa. The self-willed manmukhs are engrossed in attachment to Maya; their minds are thirsty, burning with desire. manmukh maa-i-aa mohi vi-aapay ih man tarisnaa jalat tikha-ee-aa. Following the Guru`s Teachings, I have obtained the Ambrosial Water of the Naam, and the fire has been put out. The Word of the Guru`s Shabad has put it out. gurmat naam amrit jal paa-i-aa agan bujhee gur sabad bujha-ee-aa. This mind dances before the True Guru. The unstruck sound current of the Shabad resounds, vibrating the celestial melody of the horn. ih man naachai satgur aagai anhad sabad Dhun toor vaja-ee-aa. The instruction went something along the lines: Think of the mind as field and the weeds are your thoughts. Your job is simply to use the Gurmantar as the folk and your breath the action of pushing the folk in and out. Keep digging out those weeds and clean the field and keep it weed free. The seeds of the anhad shabad which Waheguru has already planted within you just needs to be given the opportunity to sprout. Like a farmer tending to his field everyday you must also do this as much as possible.
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