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I was born into a Sikh family, I learned about Sikhi on my own (Waheguru's mehar) 3 years ago. I went through a period of continuous naam jaap for months on end as I was unemployed most of the time or in and out of uni. I quickly ran through the 'sounds, bells, whistles and divine sights' phase in the beginning (past kamai) and now I am starting to slowly understand that I have no understanding at all. I'm a 'mona' Sikh and I eat meat whenever I feel like it, mainly chicken. The thought of alcohol makes me vomit especially when I see a character drinking it on a TV show (it's just water and juice but the thought of alcohol disturbs my spirit), whereas I used to drink it before. I used weed in the past too and now drug use just seems silly as I can get a 'naam nasha' whenever I focus for a few minutes. I don't plan on growing my hair out, neither do I plan on taking amrit. I understand the power of the hair for sure, it can boost your meditation and intuition very quickly and it also keeps your surat (soul) in a higher place (dimension/frequency/wavelength/khand). The negative side to the hair is the maintenance and being socially out of the 'loop'. I think I got all this from past life karam or kamai, nadar whatever you wish to call it. I have a deep understanding of Waheguru, that leaves me feeling I do not know a thing at all, asides from what He tells me. lol

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8 hours ago, Guest Abhyaasi said:

I was born into a Sikh family, I learned about Sikhi on my own (Waheguru's mehar) 3 years ago. I went through a period of continuous naam jaap for months on end as I was unemployed most of the time or in and out of uni. I quickly ran through the 'sounds, bells, whistles and divine sights' phase in the beginning (past kamai) and now I am starting to slowly understand that I have no understanding at all. I'm a 'mona' Sikh and I eat meat whenever I feel like it, mainly chicken. The thought of alcohol makes me vomit especially when I see a character drinking it on a TV show (it's just water and juice but the thought of alcohol disturbs my spirit), whereas I used to drink it before. I used weed in the past too and now drug use just seems silly as I can get a 'naam nasha' whenever I focus for a few minutes. I don't plan on growing my hair out, neither do I plan on taking amrit. I understand the power of the hair for sure, it can boost your meditation and intuition very quickly and it also keeps your surat (soul) in a higher place (dimension/frequency/wavelength/khand). The negative side to the hair is the maintenance and being socially out of the 'loop'. I think I got all this from past life karam or kamai, nadar whatever you wish to call it. I have a deep understanding of Waheguru, that leaves me feeling I do not know a thing at all, asides from what He tells me. lol

Waheguru ji🙏

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4 hours ago, HisServant said:

Blessings to everyone. 

I am writing this today in a bit of shock and disbelieve but at the same time a lot of peace and satisfaction. 

These past few weeks/months had been a bit of a rough sail for me. I had lost a lot of faith in spiritual teachers. I had been hearing and seeing a lot of drama that didn't sit well with me. So part of me fell off the boat a bit. I was still listening to shabad and looking at parkash. But I wasn't putting effort in to try and move further. I was sitting still. 

Something even worse happened in my personal life a few days ago. A very subtle but very strong attachment got pulled away from me. An attachment I didn't realize was there but was really consuming my mind. I'm not going to lie, I lost my stability. I was upset. Angry. Lost. Confused. And it had been a very long time since I experienced a pain that made me upset like that. 

I began isolating myself and really letting my mind be consumed by shabad and parkash because I knew that was the only way out of the trap I had fallen into. I had to work extremely hard. But just now I was laying on the floor looking at parkash internally. I opened my eyes to look at the parkash that exists externally. Mind was clear, no thoughts. And I had a realization. "This parkash exists both outside and inside... Are my physical eyes the one seeing them?..... And then all of a sudden I felt this third area of space. A place that wasn't the internal body, nor the external world. It was this place in the middle. I think it was beyond the mind or some extension of the mind. And sitting in that space there was just parkash. It was like looking at a new world with a new set of eyes. The best way I can describe this is by using the term "non-physical" eyes. 

It's as if the parkash outside and inside had become one. I cannot describe the amount of peace and contentment the mind and body feels sitting in that area. I don't know if it's correct for me to stay in that space. But I just wanted to write this out with the hopes that maybe someone knows what this is. 

Brother,

that much I can tell you, parkash and shabad can never harm anyone, on the contrary only benefits are received. So maybe, you need to focus more on simran, and enjoy whatsoever the Divine goes on marvelling and revealing you.

Have an attitude of being thankful at all times to that Supreme Divine Being, and trust it as a baby child to its mother.

Simran is a purifier technique/process by itself. The more we engage in it, the more purer we become, and the more we shed away our negativity,  although it may not be perceived by us .

Stay blessed.

SSA.

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Waheguru.

Bhai Sahib talks about the chakras and how they open naturally with the gurmantar. No need to put dhyan on each one.

 

 

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22 hours ago, HisServant said:

Blessings to everyone. 

I am writing this today in a bit of shock and disbelieve but at the same time a lot of peace and satisfaction. 

These past few weeks/months had been a bit of a rough sail for me. I had lost a lot of faith in spiritual teachers. I had been hearing and seeing a lot of drama that didn't sit well with me. So part of me fell off the boat a bit. I was still listening to shabad and looking at parkash. But I wasn't putting effort in to try and move further. I was sitting still. 

Something even worse happened in my personal life a few days ago. A very subtle but very strong attachment got pulled away from me. An attachment I didn't realize was there but was really consuming my mind. I'm not going to lie, I lost my stability. I was upset. Angry. Lost. Confused. And it had been a very long time since I experienced a pain that made me upset like that. 

I began isolating myself and really letting my mind be consumed by shabad and parkash because I knew that was the only way out of the trap I had fallen into. I had to work extremely hard. But just now I was laying on the floor looking at parkash internally. I opened my eyes to look at the parkash that exists externally. Mind was clear, no thoughts. And I had a realization. "This parkash exists both outside and inside... Are my physical eyes the one seeing them?..... And then all of a sudden I felt this third area of space. A place that wasn't the internal body, nor the external world. It was this place in the middle. I think it was beyond the mind or some extension of the mind. And sitting in that space there was just parkash. It was like looking at a new world with a new set of eyes. The best way I can describe this is by using the term "non-physical" eyes. 

It's as if the parkash outside and inside had become one. I cannot describe the amount of peace and contentment the mind and body feels sitting in that area. I don't know if it's correct for me to stay in that space. But I just wanted to write this out with the hopes that maybe someone knows what this is. 

ਅਖੀ ਬਾਝਹੁ ਵੇਖਣਾ ਵਿਣੁ ਕੰਨਾ ਸੁਨਣਾ ॥

To see without eyes; to hear without ears;

 

I think this is the corresponding shabad

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1 hour ago, HisServant said:

ਅਖੀ ਬਾਝਹੁ ਵੇਖਣਾ ਵਿਣੁ ਕੰਨਾ ਸੁਨਣਾ ॥

To see without eyes; to hear without ears;

 

I think this is the corresponding shabad

 

Yes that is the corresponding  to the shabad of Second Patshahee.

 

And going with something related to it, feel like sharing the following points:

The thing is we are so much attached to the body and its organs, that we think when we shall leave from here, we shall somehow be there within with a similar body and its features, if not the same, in terms of color, size and gender.

Maybe that is true to an extent when we  are still in the lower spiritual realms, but as we proceed higher and higher beyond the creation of Brahm, then even the astral and causal bodies are left far behind, then only the pure soul free from any bonds soars high and high towards Sach Khand.

Have we ever thought, if Akal Purukh is a immense, infinite, subtle  non physical entity, and which is all powerful (samrath) though without any arms and hands,  omnipresent (sarvavyapak) without any body nor legs to move,  omniscient (Guru), without any head or brains and yet He has made out of nothing, wonderful creations upon creations. 

He sees everything from micocospic to macrocosmic sizes, forms, colors, etc,  yet without any eyes, He listens to our prayers and pledges, yet withou ears...

If all that is possible with Him, and that is what our state going to be, why so much hatred, ahankar, agaynta, just because of color, caste, creed, due to the perishable body?

What for?

When nothing of that will go with us, neither will count THERE.

Then, why so much discrimination? 

The path of Gurmat, is solely for the spiritual developement and uplift of the non physical entity called soul or jeev atma, that is it. This too, with non physical tools, such as love, devotion, morality, purity, faith, kirpa, Gurparsad ......

So, why limit ourselves and kill or cut each others throats, just for the blind word of religion ?

As per Gurbani, the only true religion, is His jaap, for its is this very practice only, which will make possible our union with Him, that too, to ultimately merge, thus burn away any petty notion of our individual identities.

All souls, are  rays with same light and warmth, which have emerged from Him, the One Origin of all and everything.

It is the each and every single ray(soul), which has to merge in their Origin/Sun, same in nature, not the bodies.

There in Sach Khand, only ONE Waheguru exists. He is like the huge Ocean, in which every river which flows into it, becomes the Ocean. Thus the river loses its limited and petty identity, in order to gain something, such as to become something Whole.

There is no such variety of people of any past, even all Bhagat Jan, Gurmukhs, Guru Sahiban who blessed us with their presence, after going from here, reached and became one with Waheguru  in Sach Khand. 

If anybody thinks , that when reaching there, I will  see so and so entities, then sorry  to say, we have not understood spirituallity nor Gurmat, in spite of being so much clear our beloved Guru Sahiban throughout the Bani.

SSA.

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