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  1. in sukham avastha the colors are energy fields like auric projections. They don't have baana as such like we do here. The few gurmukhs that I've come across who saw shaheeds saw them in white. It kinda made sense to me.
  2. yes, they usually recognized because they appear dressed in all white
  3. You think it was to scare you or make you sit up straight?
  4. No, I haven't had that but many people see other entities or jeevs at times. Usually always to distract or trick you. All Kaal's play! How about sitting with your back against a wall?
  5. There's a couple of explanations for this. My knowledge of gurmukhi grammar is quite basic but I can try and explain in terms of english grammar. 1) In english grammar we have " Present simple tense" and "Present continuous tense". However, the"so-dar" doesn't fall under this explanation strictly but is probably the nearest that I could explain relative to english. Present simple tense is like saying "the angels SING at the door" and Present continuous would be "the angels ARE singing or DO sing at your door" . The latter is more like a confirmation as to say yes, they are singing at the door. In rehraas, the So-dar is relative to Guru Nanak actually being there himself as he did during those 3 days in the river Bein. In Japji, it could be instruction from GOD to say "Gāvahi cẖiṯ gupaṯ likẖ jāṇėh likẖ likẖ ḏẖaram vīcẖāre" Chitr Gupt and Dharamraj who record your accounts SING there, whereas in Rehraas it is the confirmation that the angels are singing to 'YOU' See below the extra ਤੁਧਨੋ is in Rehraas, meaning 'you' . Therefore, it's not an instruction from God as the sentences are from a second person stood at the actual door. ਗਾਵਨਿ ਤੁਧਨੋ ਚਿਤੁ ਗੁਪਤੁ ਲਿਖਿ ਜਾਣਨਿ ਲਿਖਿ ਲਿਖਿ ਧਰਮੁ ਬੀਚਾਰੇ ॥ Gāvan ṯuḏẖno cẖiṯ gupaṯ likẖ jāṇan likẖ likẖ ḏẖaram bīcẖāre. Chitr and Gupt, the angels of the conscious and the subconscious who keep the record of actions, and the Righteous Judge of Dharma who reads this record, sing of You. 2) There's also been some slightly different explanations like Japji is the early morning instruction from GOD that we should read before beginning gristi day and then in evening, the Rehraas is a thank you and direct addressing to GOD from us in order to thank him for completing the day. so we say say ਗਾਵਨਿ ਤੁਧਨੋ 3) I'm sure that many gurmukhs on the spiritual ladder have their own understandings as per avastha. Gurbani applies with different messages from same panktees to individuals as per their avasthas (spiritual status). also totally agree with @GurjantGnostic explanation below. Gurbani can't be ambiguous and each pangtee has to be assigned to specific ang. We have Guru Arjan dev jees 'seal' of mundavni as well as the manner it was compiled in order to keep it's authenticity intact.
  6. below is an old post describing the technique that I used to get rom rom going... Should attempt this when one becomes adept in saas saas .. and can go antarghat. By this stage, one should be hearing some anhad sounds. Getting rom rom pargat will help make deeper states of simran much easier. Let me know if you have problems. I'll try my best to advise according to my own tried & tested experiences.
  7. you may be doing this in a slightly forced fashion When you are going into steady state sehaj, then the breathing would be shallow and heart rate would also drop. At this stage it's quite easy to hold after an inhale and let the breath out very slowly whilst doing gurmantar. You don't wanna breath in -->hold with force-->and then exhale with relief. Trick is to breathe in, hold for few seconds or longer .-->and then let the exhalation occur very slowly. This way, you don't end up taking a long gasp for air when letting go of breath hold. Try the Rom Rom technique first, especially at the navel. Should feel the pulsation and doing gurmantar with it will help provide support for prana. ( ਪ੍ਰਭ ਜੀ ਤੂ ਮੇਰੇ ਪ੍ਰਾਨ ਅਧਾਰੈ ॥Parabẖ jī ṯū mere parān aḏẖārai.) Personally, I'd recommend practicing rom rom technique as it goes hand in hand with khumbak. As soon as breath is held, rom rom gets prominent and shabad gets louder instantly.
  8. TBH, I've never talked too much about it in great detail.. I never even told my mother because she was way too drowned in maya. But I can tell you there are many fictional and fake versions out there, so you have to be careful what you read. It was quite confusing for a few years because there were also a lot of things happening whilst I were in the month long coma. It took quite a few years to make sense of it since I'd also suffered significant brain and spinal injuries. Did I believe in judgment day, the court or an after life? I don't think I did, but probably believed in some kind of hereafter. Prior to 2011, I was typical lad doing lots of bad stuff. and I really mean stuff that I'd be too ashamed to mention on here. I'd do paaps and hera fairees like the rest of them among me all week long, and then go gurdwara on Sunday, giving large donations in the hope that my guilty conscience may be forgiven in some way. The thing about getting your hasab done at the court is different for everybody depending on what karams or fates you may have faced in previous janams. In my case, I had previously begged for another janam to go and jap naam. I had been given this jeevan to do that. However, I came, never japped naam but instead created more bad karams whilst lost in this land of maya. I didn't have jamms beat me, but I went past them at one stage and could see them beating others whilst hearing screams and pains of torture. I somehow knew that the ones suffering were there to learn from past deeds. Nowadays, I understand my sole purpose in life and the certain tasks that I've been assigned to do from the higher sources. Jap naam and bhagtee are the priorities and I try to schedule everything else around that as compared to one who attempts to fit in bhagtee if and where they may have some time
  9. this one got me! During my nde in coma, I also came back from the court of dharmraj. Was instructed to go back and -nam jap- these were the 2 clear words. I came back and spent a few years from 2011 to find out what real nam jap is and what I should be doing. I'm on the bhagtee marj but I still have loads to to. Thing that shocked me was the man in video who had been sent back was told he'd got 10 years to go and jap. I wasn't given a time but it is now 2021.. nearly 10 years since the incident.. This is like a kick up the backside because i've got so may things to do in bhagtee and stuff to sort at home.. Waheguru
  10. Been keeping busy and not had much time to come on here. @Mooorakh ji, Yes I like the way your approach is. It's an extremely fine line between sleep and sunn whilst in bed at night. You only really know 'after' you come out of the state of whether you were there or not. However, there are also many dream states -or what we may think are supna- that are actually planes/avsasthas of where we are completely jagat.
  11. You are completely off the mark here and trying to mix 3 things together. It's these type of misleading comments that get people confused into mixing astral travel, sleep paralysis and simran/sunn. Have a look through search features on forum and you'll find explanations for differences in sleep paralysis, astral plane and sunn.
  12. See how it goes. Many other benefits as well, I know someone had their psoriasis clear up since they been using this.
  13. Your welcome. I'm not trying to sell the himalayan lamp idea, but it may be worth a try. I swear by it and notice the effect but my wife and kids don't seem to notice. Maybe it's just my mind playing tricks because you can balance the pavan by using mind and dhyian as well. Go for a medium sized one if planning to sit a couple of metres away, for larger rooms you need the heavy large ones.
  14. I'm still learning but I would say that chandan (sandalwood) is given more significance in gurbani. There is an avastha during which a fragrance akin to chandan emanates from the abyasee,, therefore, I'd say chandan gurbani references are more than just metaphors and we can go though some if you like. I've tried different dhoof brands and some are more preferable than others. Mother india is one that i like but can't always get hold of around here. Not noticed any direct affect with doing bhagtee, but I usually put one on at the beginning of long session if I feel the air needs it. I do have a himalyan salt lamp and I firmly believe it has a positive effect in helping sum the pavan. It may just be psychological, but I seriously feel the pavan get balanced after it's been on for half an hour or so. We have a few in the house and it seems to work in the room i have my deeper and longer sessions in (small bedroom). In terms of physics, it emits negative ions to counter the excessive +ve ions/free radicals. Electronics, wifi, EMF.. .etc...all emit too many +ve particles. and these can affect both our sukham and astool bodies. I also don't keep phone or wifi in the same room I'm doing abyaas in.
  15. @Sikhilove I wanted to know if you understood my earlier post? I don't mind trying to delve into further depths of gurbani so that we can discuss and show why I agreed with @harsharan000 ji's earlier posts explaining why doing good deeds alone contributes to fulfilling karams and not naam kamaye of sacha jeevan -truthful living. I believe it's imperative to understand and differentiate between what karams and naam kamayee are.so that one can start climbing the pauris as per gurbani.
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