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  1. Navay Saal Di Wadiyan!

    Waheguru ji saaraya nu teek taak rakhai and upnay charna naal jori rakhan 🙏

  2. Please don’t try and put negative ideas into peoples head. If someone during abhiyaas someone encounters something negative let them state else it’s just speculation on our part. I would say to everyone remain positive until you personally encounter something which frightens you. These days there are so many Gurmukhs one can consult so no need to worry.
  3. Anhad naad is when the anhad shabads (multiple sounds) merge to form a single sound.
  4. There are two ways of obtaining the ras: 1. There is said to be Amrit in the air all around us. As you jap the gurmantar with dhyan and the air passes through your mouth you will begin to feel a sweetness in your mouth. 2. When you reach an higher avasta and can hear Anhad naad then as you listen to it with dhyan Amrit ras also drips from the naad. Was discussed lots in this topic
  5. I've heard the pangti being used in this context but can't find it. Dhan chotay mun kaha summyee...
  6. Bhai Dharamjit Singh ji clearly explains the panj Shabad sounds. Bansuri - Flute Pakawaj - Tabla Rabaab - string instrument Sank - Conch shell Gungeroo - Jingling ankle bracelets worn by ladies Gurbani Ang 884
  7. May Waheguru bless us all with this divine realisation. Happy Bandi Chorh Divas to everyone. 🙏

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  8. Lol, oh my that is an oooold post. No ji I live in Barking, East London. What you mean people like me?
  9. Thought this might be useful to share. Often when reading Gurbani we come across terms from the Indic Tradition which, for those of us who have been born/raised outside India, are not familiar. For example, ਅਠਸਠ ਤੀਰਥ (68 pilgrimage sites) or ਚਾਰ ਖਾਣੀਆ (four sources of creation/life). Here is an extract from Bhai Manmohan Singh’s 8-Volume ‘Sri Guru Granth Sahib : English & Panjabi Translation’ on the definition of a lot of these terms. IKT terms in SGGS.pdf Source : Sangat Santhiya Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/339230870524950/permalink/351783752602995/
  10. He says don't strain yourself trying to create a bindu (spot). Put your dhyan gently there 3/4 inch or 2cm behind and between the eyes. A subtle light should appear around your eyes region.
  11. Where is Nij Pad explained. https://www.facebook.com/100003234266996/videos/3451293338321774/ Ang 1159 I focus my meditation on my inner self, deep within. nij pad (behind between the eyes) oopar laago Dhi-aan. The Name of the Sovereign Lord is my spiritual wisdom. Pause raajaa raam naam moraa barahm gi-aan. rahaa-o. In the first chakra, the root chakra, I have grasped the reins and tied them. mool du-aarai banDhi-aa banDh. I have firmly placed the moon above the sun. rav oopar geh raakhi-aa chand. The sun blazes forth at the western gate. pachham du-
  12. This thread is more than just experiences. It is a more like a dairy that documents our journey to understand simran, the inner journey and what we are learning and experiencing along they way by a number of individuals. The posts contain subtle hints that may help someone in the future. We might not have all the answers today but as I see in my own journey things I read 10+ years ago are presenting themselves again via different channels. There is some hidden truth out there which I don’t fully understand yet but I hope I am making slow progress in the right direction.
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