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  1. 2 points
    Sat1176

    Mann tikah da mutlubb

    Worth watching
  2. 2 points
    Sat1176

    Mann tikah da mutlubb

    http://www.sikhmysticism.org
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    SukiSails

    Introducing ourselves...

    Sukhbeer Singh, Born Again Sikh ...well sort of...learning with my children the core teachings and meanings
  4. 2 points
    Ragmaala

    Mann tikah da mutlubb

    this is also gud link
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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 Charitar: Bhul chuk maaf
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    Nectar

    Mukti/Salvation

    1. What is Mukti... 2.What happens to soul after Mukti 3. Is Mukti same as being is Akaal Purakhs Charan... 4.Theres one Doha by Kabeer ji in which he says (forgive me for not knowing the exact words) something like....I dont want Mukti or dhan Daulat ...all I want is Guru's Love and his charan....So I wish to ask is being in Guru's Charan Different from Mukti ? I would be highly thankful if u cud answer this WJKK WJKF
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    paapiman

    Amazing Bromance

    In the katha below, Gyani Thakur Singh jee talks about the great love of the four brothers - Sri Ram Chandar jee, Lacchman jee, Bharat jee and Shatrugan jee. Please start listening after 05:00 min: Bhul chuk maaf
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    There is an allegation (groping) against our Prime minister too. Quote "I've been reflecting very carefully on what I remember from that incident almost 20 years ago and again, I am ... I feel I am confident that I did not act inappropriately." Unquote [1] [1] - https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-groping-confident-not-inappropriately-1.4735661 Bhul chuk maaf
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    Mehar

    Mann tikah da mutlubb

    This is real good can anyone tell who is he
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    paapiman

    A Robber at God's Marriage Party

    Please listen to Gyani Inderjeet Singh jee Raqbewale narrating a historical anecdote from the life of Sri Satguru jee (Tenth Master). A robber entered into the marriage party of Maharaaj (at Guru ke Lahore). He was very poor and saw all the sangat very happy and celebrating. He did an ardas that he should be successful in his theft attempts. His first attempt was successful. Please listen for the remainder of the sakhi. Please start listening at 12:15 min: http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Sant_Giani_Inderjeet_Singh_(Raqbe_wale)/Sri_Gurpartap_Sooraj_Parkash_Katha/06_Sri_Guru_Har_Gobind_Ji/Giani.Inderjeet.Singh.(Raqbe.wale)--Sooraj.Parkash.Katha.-.Ras.04.Adhyai.42.-.Akaal.Bunga.Rachiya.-.1995-04-27.mp3 Bhul chuk maaf
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    paapiman

    Jagtar Singh Jaggi Petition

    Which group are you talking about? Pendu lot? Bhul chuk maaf
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    dalsingh101

    Jagtar Singh Jaggi Petition

    No, but we've been purposefully dumbed down from the colonial period (read link below). Especially with the promotion of rural activities, which were making the colonialists sh1t loads of money. That doesn't excuse our people's inability to see through this though - and after decades of goray leaving too..... I think with a particular caste, it wasn't always treating girls like second rate sh1t that caused issues - it was the opposite, making them think they were some higher being peasant queens that gave girls stupid confidence to slag about without shame. Yeah, I do think pendu mentality was a major contributing factor to the proliferation of grooming in the panth. Actually it's blatantly obvious, rural pursuits of drinking and bhangra paa-ing acted out in the west put apneean on a plate for sullay groomers.
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    paapiman

    Afghan Singh Shaheeds

    I would prefer they come to Canada (rich and a developed nation), rather than going to India. Sikhs do have some political power here. Hopefully, they use it for the benefit of their religious kin. Bhul chuk maaf
  14. 1 point
    dalsingh101

    Panjabi Vocabulary Builder Thread

    ਮਿਲਾਵਟ - adulteration, blend, mixture; adulterant, impurity, impurities
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    here is new link http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audio.php?q=f&f=%2FKatha%2F02_Present_Day_Katha%2FGiani_Harbhajan_Singh_Dhudikey_(Vidyarthi_Sampardai_Bhindra)%2FSri_Dasam_Guru_Granth_Sahib_Ji_Katha%2F07_Chandi_Di_Vaar
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    @chatanga1 - Thanks for the katha link bro. Bhul chuk maaf
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    paapiman

    Mool Mantar Jugti?

    What's the time frame? 100,000 repetitions per syllable of the mantar in how much time? Bhul chuk maaf
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    paapiman

    Mool Mantar Jugti?

    IMHO, that should not be a problem brother. If Panj Pyaray or a Sant told you to complete it within a specific time frame, that would be different story. Bhul chuk maaf
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    Sat1176

    Mool Mantar Jugti?

    Not in any intense way. Only completed seva lakh mool mantars but not in a fixed time frame. Daily average at the time varied between 500-1000 japs/day and think I even missed out a day here and there. Most of my japs were done on my way to work so wasnt even doing them with full dhyan or seated. Back then I never knew about doing in dhyan , it was more about doing numbers. Faster and quicker was the goal. How naive. A mahapursh once gave me a shabad to do with very strict protocols, but by that time I had transitioned to Gurmantar jaap. So it felt like I was going backward so I never did it. Nowadays I have no desire to do any other shabads or paaths although do try and read SGGS whenever I can just to keep me motivated. Anytime I remember it's always back to Gurmantar.
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    Singh123456777

    Introducing ourselves...

    Welcome aboard my brother
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    paapiman

    Mool Mantar Jugti?

    Paaji, can you please explain what "Mantar Sidhi" is? Thanks Bhul chuk maaf
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    Lucky

    Advanced Stages Of Mantra Meditation

    A very good post ! You know I searched high and low when I was trying rom rom/ ajapa jap and tried various techniques from little extracts taken from mixed and jumbled sources.....If I had come across the above, then that would have been a fantastic piece of help ! I've just got 2 small additional comments that came to my attention whilst reading the above, and these are based on my experience and some info that I have picked up. Firstly, the below technique(in quote box) is what I would suggest for members that have difficulty in transitioning fromsilent saas saas to rom rom synchronising with pulse. I know that many of us have a problem in trying to start rom rom at the stage when trying to jap with own pulse. I did exactly what it says in the article above before I felt ready to do synchronizing stage of rom rom jugtee.....and it definitely helped. I used this as an additional jugtee in between the transition. The 2nd comment is just a little caution and explanation so that one is not led astray. With regards to this part of weaving the sound of one mantra to the next,..... I don't advice this is done in saas graas or saas saas... as it may confuse one into thinking so.(the above is done when not japping with breath) I would suggest that when we are japping with breath then we should have that split second/moment pause between 'WAHE' and GURU' and the next 'WAHE'....... The reason for this is that although yoga references are excellent sources of info, we have to remember that our goal is simran and the main difference between our jap and their jap is the shabad and the naad (although nidra yoga focuses on same naad) The shabad I am talking about is the shabad that we want to hear as a result of practicing saas graas & saas saas.....the anhad, the naad, the toor, the celestal sound that we want to hear vibrating and vajda within us. So, in this regard I think that it is important that we listen to our own jap and also try to listen to that little SILENT PAUSE. TRY THIS- Do wahe-guru jap with breath, even if it's silent and if you feel that you are not listening or finding it hard to force yourself to listen.... then just try listening for that moment's pause of stillness after 'wahe' and after 'guru'..... you will soon notice that because you are listening for that gap of silence at the end, it makes your mind listen to the whole jap with dhyiaan !! Therefore, you will be listening to the Dhun of gurmantar which will eventually lead you to hear the dhun of naad. Ajapa jap is not quite understood until it manifests. After repeated efforts of 'Gaviyeh(chanting) and Suniye(listening).... there comes a day where it just activates by itself.....all with his kirpa. Wahe-Guru
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    laalsingh

    what are the two paths?

    Guru Sahib, particularly Satguru Nanank uses ਦੋਵੈ word to represent duality (illusion of being separate from One). ਏਕੁ ਸਾਹਿਬੁ ਦੁਇ ਰਾਹ ਵਾਦ ਵਧੰਦਿਆ ਜੀਉ ॥ There is One Lord, way of duality will increase the conflict. ਦੁਇ ਰਾਹ ਚਲਾਏ ਹੁਕਮਿ ਸਬਾਏ ਜਨਮਿ ਮੁਆ ਸੰਸਾਰਾ ॥ Following path of duality, still within His Command, this world takes birth and dies. Again, ਰਾਹ ਦੋਵੈ ਇਕੁ ਜਾਣੈ ਸੋਈ ਸਿਝਸੀ ॥ One who recognizes path of duality as One shall be emancipated.
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    Mekhane'ch Jannat

    what are the two paths?

    I would say on a Human level the attributes are mixed, so it is more complex. But on a cosmic level asuric powers are total negativity they are non-being. They do not exist it is a paradox. If some of this filters into a jeev then he has to be reincarnated to clean himself of it. The only means of cleaning is through the third path which forms a bridge between the other two paths, the non-being has to be understood and reconciled through the third way. Through reconcilliation the jeev can ascend to upper levels of being, it is said in some religions the angels rejoice when a man perfects himself because he has experience the angels do not, namely an encounter with the powers of non-being the Jinn/asur. If an individual is seen as a field upon which a battle is occuring, he has the choice of playing a part in the battle for good or evil. He may be weak in which case he is an average soldier who fights and gets killed and is of no importance it doesn't even matter which side he fights for. But an individual may rise up to be a commander in which case he has a great influence over the battle he may be a yuddhishtir or a duryodhan. In the battle the third path would equate with Bhagvan Sri Krishna who does not fight in the battle but supports one side/path(Daivic) and really pulls all the strings in the battle. Sri Krishna is the one path but he favours the devta, he reconciles the asuric with the devta, he is the bridge between the two paths again compare the Holy Ghost in christianity.
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    Mehtab Singh

    Mukti/Salvation

    Raaj Na Chaahu, Mukat Na Chaahu, Mann Preet Charan Kamla Re...i dont want kingdoms or liberation, i want the love of your feet oh Lord.
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