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Waheguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh i was blessed with amrit almost a year ago, but since then i seem to have gone on a downwards scale mainly because of coming into a series of arguments about a month after taking amrit. After that time sikhi just hasnt been the same, i dont feel anything when doing simran anymore and the love for sikhi just isnt the same. For about 8 months now i've just been trying to get back on track and get back into sikhi properly but its been really hard. I try to spend much time reading bani, doing simran but it doesnt seem to do much effect. Right now feel like i've really dropped and in my mind increasingly im starting to have really bad thoughts when im in sangat or even out and about (mainly nindia). I dont know how to control these thoughts and i know that they're wrong and i shouldnt but i cant help it. after beant ardaasa to maharaj im now just hopeing that the sangat can give me some support and show me the way. I really wanna increase my prem for maharaj but i dont know what to do anymore. also i went to gurughar today and whilst listening to akand paath i picked up on this shabad: ਅਵਖਧ ਸਭੇ ਕੀਤਿਅਨੁ ਨਿੰਦਕ ਕਾ ਦਾਰੂ ਨਾਹਿ ॥ Avakhadhh Sabhae Keethian Nindhak Kaa Dhaaroo Naahi || All kinds of medicines may be prepared, but there is no cure for the slanderer. your answers will mean the world to me, thank you sangat ji?
A video by SikhNet on difficult thoughts HOW TO 1) Lower the eyelids until the eyes are only open 1/10th. Concentrate on the tip of the nose. Silently say, "Wahe Guru" in the following manner: "Wah" -- mentally focus on the right eye. "Hey" -- mentally focus on the left eye. "Guru" -- mentally focus on the tip of the nose. 2) Remember the encounter or incident which happened to you. 3) Mentally say "Wahe Guru" as in number 1. 4) Visualize and personify the actual feeling of the encounter. 5) Again repeat "Wahe Guru" as in number 1. 6) Reverse the roles in the encounter you are remembering. Become the other person and experience that perspective. 7) Again repeat "Wahe Guru" as in number 1. 8) Forgive the other person and forgive yourself. 9) Repeat "Wahe Guru" as in number 1. 10) Let go of the incident and release it into the Universe.
Akali-Nihung Baba Bali Singh Ji is one of the most famed members of the Tarna Dal Nihung Singhs, and leads a reclusive lifestyle. He resides in a straw residence and is extensively knowledgeable on many aspects of the Khalsa tradition. Here he talks about the Khalsa Raaj, Akal-Takhat, Taksalis painting themselves to be the only panthic entity etc. among many other things.