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On 7/8/2019 at 1:57 AM, Sat1176 said:

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On 7/17/2019 at 5:17 AM, Lucky said:

Very good demonstration that i was pleased to see.

The above "core-self" is a very good place to sit your surti .  Highly recommended when trying to get deeper into naad.    

 

Nice one veerji. I'd personally add that it's probably only advisable to sit there once your dhyian is geared more in towards the ek shabad/naad. I"m only suggesting since some readers may get confused by try to focus there too early.  The tohana sahib recordings warn about this but you know some readers just grab a few pointers and techniques that may be mentioned and then start attempting prematurely.  Hope you agree?

 

 

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8 hours ago, DeNiro said:

Thanks. Good to hear from you.  

Same here veer ji. I am glad to see you online on here. I had a few migraines recently a bit more than usual so i am gonna see the doctor on friday for it as i have been put on new medication for it.

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Thanks for the reply De Niro.

Last night I read this in Bh Sew Singh Tarmala's book, 'Forgetting the way of love'. It implies that Anhad Bani and Naad are not the same thing. Is the ringing sound Anhad Bani? What are the divine words he mentions in point 4?

 

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First we have
to leave thoughts (Maya), then we must get to Sunn, then we reach
Naam or Anhad Bani, and finally we reach Naad (word of God).
Naad helps us cross the bhavsagar and takes us to God. It means
that to have union with God, we have to cross many stages.


Again, to understand these stages:


1) Swaas Graas simran by chanting Gurmantra to stop the
thoughts.
2) Enter the Sunn (going to sleep to rest)
3) Stay awake by dhyaan when free of thoughts.
4) The divine words appear in Sunn.
5) Anhad Bani (the divine music) appears.
6) The mind enters the Sunn (third Sunn).
7) Naad (word of God) appears which will help us cross the
Bhavsagar (the dangerous ocean).
😎 The mind unites with God in Sehaj Ghar.

 

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Sat Sri Akaal ! all

Thanks so much. I am such a nyaana here that can't even think of commenting anything than just thanking. Just that if I take ur Gurmukhs points as ladder steps, m on step 2 in @ragnarok definition. At 4 on @Sat1176 ji's and 1 on @DeNiro

.. Sunn happens for a very short while n then either I find myself asleep or in thoughts few moments later.

All in all a kiddo here. Seeking all ur Gurmukhs' blessings and Marg darshan. @Luckyji Please be active here.

It brings light to the forum by the presence of Gurmukhs like u all

Thanks again!

 

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Here is a useful tip from Bhai Sahib. He explains that some people say they only hear Shabad from one side. I.e right ear. He says Shabad is everywhere yet we don’t believe. He says slowly take the Shabad to the side you don’t hear it. Then observe if it can be heard there also.

listen at time index 1:04:30 

 

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Guest Harsh Sharma

Those who have never experienced this anahad naad. Here is a simple video for beginners with no experience (By Snadeep Maheshwari) - 

 

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On 7/8/2019 at 2:27 PM, Sat1176 said:

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Veerji i remember seeing a post somewhere,  where @Luckyveerji demonstrated via similar diagram ( not a 3d one like this)  that here ( core self) is where peneal ( if i spelled it right) gland is.  Which imparts Amrit Ras Haina? 

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Panj  Shabad,  Anhad  Bani  and  Sehaj  Dhun The terms used in the chapter include panj Shabad, anhad bani and sehaj  dhun.  These  are  in  the  form  of  music  tunes.  Panj  shabad means  the  five  divine  sounds.  They  resound  in  the  house  of  mind and  also  with  Truth.  The  divine  speech  of  Truth  is  known  as  Anhad Bani.  It  is  the  best  of  all  the  speeches.  Truth  Himself  gives  this speech.  Sehaj  dhun  is  the  divine  Word  of  Truth.  It  is  the  divine command  for  our  minds  and  is  also  known  as  Hukam.

Truth  in  His  grace  and  mercy  reveals  His  secret  Shabad  –  the   insignia  of  His  existence-  (Anhad  Bani  or  Sehaj  Dhun)  to  some blessed  souls.  The  Guru  gives the Gurmantra  and through Gurmantra  the  secret  Anhad  Sabad  (Word  of  Truth)  is  revealed  to  the seeker.

The  Sukhmana  channel,  located  in  the  center  of  the  spine  travels upward  making  six  circles  (chakras).  These  six  chakras  are  called khat  chakras  (six  homes  or  six  doors).    These  are  the  six  places where  the  channels  of  Ida  and  Pingala  meet  with  the  Sukhmana channel.    When  the  divine  light  of  our  soul  travels  through  these circles,  different  types  of  sounds  are  produced.  Gurbani  says:

kr  kir  qwl  pKwvju  nYnhu  mwQY  vjih  rbwbw  ]   krnhu  mDu  bwsurI  bwjY  ijhvw  Duin  Awgwjw  ]   inriq  kry  kir  mnUAw  nwcY  Awxy  GUGr  swjw  ]1]   rwm  ko  inriqkwrI  ]  pyKY  pyKnhwru  dieAwlw  jyqw    swju  sIgwrI  ] With  the  entry  of  divine  light  in  the  six  chakras,  the  divine  melody of    drum  beat  appears  and    eyes  act  as  tambourines.  The  sound of    the  guitar  is  heard  in  the  forehead  area.  The  sweet  flute  music resounds  in  the  ears.  The    mind  starts  to  dance  is  reflected  by presence  of  sound  of  shaking  ankle  bracelets.  This  is  the  rhythmic  dance  of  mind  for  the  Truth.  The  Truth,  sees  all  the  make-up and  decorations  of  such  a  mind. (SGGS  884) 

These sounds resemble  the tones  and  tunes  of  a  cricket, flute,  gong, conch shell,  horn,  tinkling  bells,  trumpet,  rebeck,  singing cicadas in the  silence  of  the  night,  and  a  falling  bronze  vessel.  Other  than  five sounds,  many more  melodies  manifest.  On  the  opening  of  the  sixth chakra,  the  Shabad  enters  the  Gagan  (the  Tenth  Sky).  This         continuously reverberating  melody at  the  Tenth  Sky is  called  Sehaj Dhun  or  Anhad  sabad.  When  our  mind  enters  the  stage  of UnnMunn  (inward  mind),  all  the  doors  open  and  the  tunes  and  all the  shabads  start  to  sound.

vwjy  sbd  Gnyry  ] The  divine  melody  of  the  Shabad  vibrates. (SGGS  917)

The  combined  symphony  of  these  sounds  is  called  Anhad  Bani. When  these  melodies  are  very  loud  and  fast  they  are  called  Taar Ghor  Bajaantar  (The  grand  orchestra  of  divine  music).  All  these melodies  reverberate  at  the  Tenth  Door  in  the  Sukhmana  and  are called  the  divine  music  in  the  house  of  Sukhmana  “Sukhman  De Ghar  Raag”

Gr  mih  Gru  dyKwie  dyie  so  siqguru  purKu  sujwxu  ]   pMc  sbd  Duinkwr  Duin  qh    bwjY  sbdu  nIswxu  ]   dIp  loA  pwqwl  qh  KMf  mMfl  hYrwnu  ]   qwr  Gor  bwijMqR  qh  swic  qKiq    sulqwnu  ]   suKmn  kY  Gir  rwgu  suin  suMin  mMfil  ilv  lwie  ]   AkQ  kQw  bIcwrIAY  mnsw  mnih    smwie  ]   

aulit  kmlu  AMimRiq  BirAw  iehu  mnu  kqhu  n  jwie  ]   Ajpw  jwpu  n  vIsrY  Awid    jugwid  smwie  ]   siB  sKIAw  pMcy  imly  gurmuiK  inj  Gir  vwsu  ]   sbdu  Koij  iehu  Gru  lhY  nwnku    qw  kw  dwsu  ] The  True  Guru  is  the  All-knowing  Primal  Being;  He  shows  us our  true  home  within  the  home  of  the  self.  The  Panch  Shabad,  the Five  Primal  Sounds,  resonate  and  resound  within;  the  insignia  of the  Shabad  is  revealed  there,  vibrating  gloriously.  Worlds  and realms,  nether  regions,  solar  systems  and  galaxies  are wondrously  revealed.  The  strings  and  the  harps  vibrate  and resound;  the  true  throne  of  the  Truth  is  there.  Listen  to  the  music   at  the  Sukhman  channel  and  concentrate  in  the  sunn.  Contemplate  the  Unspoken  Speech,  and  the  desires  of  the  mind  are dissolved.  The  heart-lotus  is  turned  upside-down,  and  is  filled with  Ambrosial  Nectar.  This  mind  does  not  go  out;  it  does  not  get distracted.  It  remembers  truth  without  chanting  and  the  mind  is immersed  in  the  Primal  Truth  of  the  ages.  All  the  companions  of this  path  are  blessed  with  the  five  shabads.  The  Gurmukh  minds dwell  in  their  homes.  Nanak  is  the  slave  of  that  one  who  seeks  the Shabad  and  finds  their  home  within. (SGGS  1291) 

From: Longing love for truth by Bhai Sewa Singh Ji Tarmala

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10 hours ago, Sajjan_Thug said:

With  the  entry  of  divine  light  in  the  six  chakras,  the  divine  melody of    drum  beat

O! the light- jhalkare and then the beats . Does it say when Amrit drips? Pls

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Would any of you wise Gurmukhs please listen to this video and confirm.  If the music close to what you hear? 

 

 

 

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