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    chatanga1

    Found a gem

    Was sorting out my steeks as they got into a bit of disorder and found this ! It belongs to my parents but I have been glancing through it and it is so interesting.
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    He got those injuries when his wife went on a frenzy trying to kill him. The last line of Charitar# 36 alludes to it. ਨਿਜੁ ਪਤਿ ਕੋ ਘਾਇਲ ਕਿਯਾ ਨੈਕ ਨ ਰਹੀ ਲਜਾਇ ॥੧੬॥ She injured her husband, but did not even feel a bit of shame Bhul chuk maaf
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    chatanga1

    Spam On The Forum

    Hi, saw this earlier today and wanted to make admins aware of it. @sarabatam
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    Thought I'd post a quick update since it's been a while. I've started hearing a conch shell and a chimta type noise. The peace felt from it is insane. I cannot put it into words. My entire body just relaxes. Only happens at night/early morning and the mind needs to be extremely quiet. Baby steps but slowly moving forward.
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    dalsingh101

    How can my wish come true?

    Do you really think it is a good idea to try and use religion like some sort of magic spell to fulfill this selfish wish? The guy is married now. You're much better off accepting that and moving on. You sound infatuated by this guy and from what I've seen that is VERY common with girls who have sex with a guy at a young age. As much as you might not want to hear it (here comes more tough love), you need to move the hell on with your life - he's gone. If you're not careful (and this guy is unscrupulous), you might end up being a dumb mistress to a married man, because you're so desperate. Time heals all wounds and when you move on, eventually you'll get over your infatuation and see things for what they really are. I personally think trying to use paat and amrit in the way you're suggesting above is only going to make things even worse for you. Was this guy amritdhari when you had a relationship with him?
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    Cool, i've ordered the book now so will give my input a little later...
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    Dhan Dhan Dhan Sant Teja Singh Mastuana & Baru Sahib, May 14,
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    Warning: Sexually explicit material below. Daas will kindly request sangat, below the age of 25 or people who are greatly affected by Lust, to stay away from this discussion. Please read the Chartiar: Gurmukhi Version: https://www.searchgurbani.com/public/dasam-granth/page/1597 Bhul chuk maaf
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    sarabatam

    Spam On The Forum

    Thanks, will look into it.
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    paapiman

    Kirtan

    Sri Dukh Bhanjani Sahib jee in Kirtan. Bhul chuk maaf
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    Soulfinder

    Kirtan

    Veer Ji Best Wishes For Sangrand !!!
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    Jaggi's translation makes sense. So, the servant of the Jogi was sent out with the sword, while the Jogi stayed inside the house (but made to look like the lady had hidden him). Bhul chuk maaf
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    paapiman

    Kirtan

    ਰੋਗੀ ਕਾ ਪ੍ਰਭ ਖੰਡਹੁ ਰੋਗੁ ॥ (Ang 1146) God eradicates the disease from the diseased person. Bhul chuk maaf
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    paapiman

    How can my wish come true?

    Which Jaap is that? Who told you about this Jaap? If you don't mind me asking, what is your age (or age group)? Bhul chuk maaf
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    As an aside, if you look from about 18.00 onwards, you get an account of how Bulgarian Jews survived being exterminated in the concentration camps of Poland.
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    Lets deal with the charitar first. See how we have been sidetracked to discuss other things and moved onto the next charitar without even looking at this. Dal ask your questions in some of the topics that talk about the granth itself, not individual charitars please. Ok, so the opeing para of this tells us about a male in the garb of a holy person who indulges in things that he shouldn't be. He wears the attire of a holy person but is committing a great crime by having a physical relationship with another man's wife. To me this doesn't only show deceit but also "ingratitude." In gurbani as well, it says holy men say that gresht dharam is wrong but yet go begging for alms at those same doors. To me this is along the same lines. The holy person who beleives that gresht dharam is wrong is going to that same place for his own needs. So this person acting out of character is another point we have seen before in the charitars and the root story. The next bit I'm a little confused by. It seems she asks her husband by saying take the sword and go and look for a thief, whilst she goes back to the holy man. Then when her husband comes back (without any thief) she says that there is a servant of a holy man whom she hid in the house because the servant was about to be killed by his master. Bit hard to decipher this one. She is fooling her husband under the pretence that she is actually saving someone's life. Now that's not a small thing is it ? To save someone's life. So naturally her husband is pleased with her actions and doesn't see any wrongdoing. Any thoughts? http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Giani_Harbhajan_Singh_Dhudikey_(Vidyarthi_Sampardai_Bhindra)/Sri_Dasam_Guru_Granth_Sahib_Ji_Katha/16_Charitropakhyan_Katha/Giani.Harbhajan.Singh.Dhudhikey.(Vidyarthi.Sampardai.Bhindra)--467.-.Charitropakhyan.Katha.025.mp3 Please listen from 17 mins onwards. i will listen tomorrow now as its taken me about 45 mins just to locate the charitar and starting point. Gurmatveechar hasn't listed the charitars by number as some audio files cover more than one charitar.
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    Soulfinder

    Sri Sampat Paath

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    Nidar has a lot of knowledge on khashatrya traditions. As many charitars deal with rajputs it will be interesting to read his commentary on those that deal with rajput rulers and chiefs. Im planning to buy the book within a few days.
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    Seems like the whole panth is quiet about this book. Good on you pappiguy reading it. Please tell us more about the book. Topics on the various charitters
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    If a Gurudwara does not recite Nitnaym Gurbanis at amritvela, it does not mean they reject them. Daas's local Nanaksar gurudwara does not have Nitnaym in their schedule too. They do Sri Sukhmani Sahib jee daa paath. There might be a reason behind it. Bhul chuk maaf
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    Bro, what do you mean? Do they tell sangat not to do Nitnaym, but instead do Sri Sukhmani Sahib jee? Sounds against Gurmat. Did Srimaan 108 Sant Baba Mahaharnaam Singh jee Maharaaj Bhuchowale approve this or not? Bhul chuk maaf
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    The feeling of going insane is the battle between your false ego self and your true self. It will play tricks on you over and over, this is the real battle. Understand that you are not the mind, nor the body - you are the true self There is no future, there is no past, there is only the Now. Now is the accumulation of all your past, you are here cos of whats happened previously, without the past you would have never had such thoughts or experiences in the now - it is not a bad thing, only your mind thinks what you have done or said is bad. There is no good or bad, it is all duality. Overcome the sense of doing, and you will become free from the shackles of your mind. Accept the divine hukam and keep focused, just give thanks and praise to the almighty creator, meditate on his infinite ineffible name, the true super soul, beyond taint and blemish, the truth, pure love pure consciousness. There is no where to go, there is no search, he is here with us all the time, inside and out, deep within the core of our hearts, within the root of the breath he dwells, forever watching and laughing at his own leela, knock on his door and he shall open it, look and you will see. Vaheguroo!
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    Dearest Sumeet, Welcome to our humble little forum. I am most pleased that you have experienced naam simran for yourself and making effort. It is indeed a blessing from Waheguru. Who knows when he is going to shower us with his kirpa. Please do make an effort to read Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji yourself. You will now begin to appreciate what is written in even more because you are indeed seeking and you have began to experience it for yourself. I have only posted few quotations relating to naam simran from SGGS as I slowly read for myself that I feel will aid as useful reminder and guidance and equally inspiring to others. I'm no subject expert on the matter but from what I have read and heard you will start to hear the anhad shabad in the ears, sometimes only one side then it will be audioable from both ears, then you will eventually begin to hear it between your eyes. Slowly I think it begins to work itself up the forehead to eventually the top of the head/crown. Volume levels of the shabad can also change, getting louder is a good sign I believe. As stated in Gurbani keep on listening to it with love, attention and focus. Try to not think about other things when your listening. If your mind is active and thinking loads of thoughts then revert back to mental or verbal recitiation of Waheguru mantar. When you find your mind going still again the start listening to the shabad again and try to absorb yourself into it. The more your absorb the more you will go in deeper and deeper. Hopefully someone with more experience will also post which might offer you some guidance. Never the less stick with it and place your firm faith in the shabad. Let it be the boat and it will automatically take your to where it needs to go...... Keep posting and sharing with us..... It is most inspiring for all of us to hear about others making progress which in turn gives our own batteries a recharge to get us going again...
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