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Sat Sri Akaal Jio!

Hope everyone is well. I would like to start studying and reciting Chandi Di Vaar, and add it as part of my nitnem. What are the effects of this. As in, does one get uncontrolable anger?

Please can some one help Dass. Im havnt taken amrit and wanted to know whether this would be a restriction also.

Fateh Ji

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Gurbani is here for our liberation, not our restriction. Gurbani is here to bring us to Amrit, and Amrit is here to bring us to Gurbani. Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Atheist can all read bani, Guru Sahib has brought this bani for all.

In regards to Chandi Di Vaar, how can Gurbani bring uncontrolable anger out in someone? It's the word of God, spoken thru the Guru's mouth. Chandi Di Vaar brings about Bir Ras, warrior spirit. If anything it should bring inspiration to want to destroy the inner demons in the way Chandi destroyed the demons.

Bani Guru, Guru Hai Bani, Vich Bani Amritsaray. The Word, the Bani is Guru, and Guru is the Bani. Within the Bani, the Ambrosial Nectar is contained

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I don't know who started the thing about not reading CDV after dark? I really question whether such a thing was actually propagated by Guru Gobind Singh?

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I'd say there are certain rituals that are appropriate to say increase the effect of reading such banis; but not the converse of trying to curtail the effects out of fear.

I used to read it following advice from a certain member on this forum and it was the best thing. The sheer beauty of the bani - one of the very few Panjabi compositions of the tenth guru.

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Thank you for your input guys. Its mostly the 'elder' generation that state that if you read it, you wont be able to control your anger, and when asking the elders if they have read the bani, they simply reply 'Nope, we have no reason to read it as times have chnged and we dont want to read it due to the dangers behind it', those are the exact words some one said to me!!!

@suryadev: Did you have any of the 'Angry' Symphtoms when reciting the bani?

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No it didnt. However, I do think its the intention you put behind it.

if you read CDV , or any bani for that matter, with the thoughts that it will make you full of rage , then it will be a self fulfilling prophesy.

I remember advising some family to read it in india becasue of some problems they were having. They were at their wits end, going to doctors, specialists, jadu/toona guys, pandits etc. Even with nothing to loose and already being in a hopeless situation they refused to recite CDV because they were that fearful of it!!

For me that was a real eye-opener, in that no matter how well you wish someone you cannot force them to do something that will bring obvious benefits to them. Benefits that they themselves want. Since then I have decided that if i learn/know of anything, just keep it to myself and dont proffer too much advice unless someone actually asks for it and really wants it.

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of what i have experienced personally, if you read the bani with a pleasant mind you wont feel the sudden anger rising..anger arises when u have something bothering you and a feeling that it is not right...the bir ras then takes control...so if u have something bothering u inside first read japji sahib and then chandi di vaar , then followed by sukhmani sahib . Chatka a nariyal if you are ok with it after the ardas.

I had taken guidence from some good nihang singhs and i enjoy reading Chandi di vaar and Uggardanti...i very much love the composition of the Uggardanti too .

so dont have second thoughts ..dont fear the bani ..the bani is to remove the fear .

Sadaa Jai Bhagouti !

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Whatever you do don' t read it and fart in the direction of a gas stove or propane tank, all the anger will be chanelled and you will cause immense damage to society...........all laughing aside I have noticed the same about chandi di vaar. The "sikh" tuna removers in India recite this bani if they feel you are in real trouble, it is the "super package" last resort tunaa removal method with a havan on the side and various dolls that they push pins into. I attended on of these, very interesting.

Also in "Se Kinehiyaa" it is also written that if done after sunset that you should light a jot among other things.

Suryadev - I am interested to listen to your views (or others if they have any) on why you recommended this bani to your family for the removal of obstacles, most people recommend Sukhmani and Chaupaei Sahib. Pls share your views, it is always good to hear others experiences.

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Suryadev - I am interested to listen to your views (or others if they have any) on why you recommended this bani to your family for the removal of obstacles, most people recommend Sukhmani and Chaupaei Sahib. Pls share your views, it is always good to hear others experiences.

I told my family to do because they absolutely beleive that someone had done 'toona' on them. When I was advised I was told that CDV is ideal for such 'problems, whether they are real, or perceived by ones mind'.

For me it did help, for my family: they were too scared of the bani to even consider it. They were too comfortable in their misery; which unfortunely is true for many people. They find solace in the depressive, pain of the status quo and are too afraid to act to gain some improvement.

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