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Naam Simran Jagutiya by Sant Baba Jawala Singh Harkhowaley

1st technique

First do simran with the help of bakhri bani(recitation of tongue) and focus on trikurti

( between the eye brows) focus so hard and meditate so hard that you are exhausted consequently you will start meditating automatically on throat chakra with Madhma Bani (thought provoked automatic recitation) then focus so hard on madhma bani that it gets exhausted. Again consequently meditation will start in the heart and continue to the Nabhi (Navel). In the navel, guru’s jap awakens the kundalani in the navel. By doing this.,tenth door(dasva dwara) opens. By doing this technique your meditation process never stops and you are experience doesn’t break.

2nd technique.

Meditation using Vahiguroo Mantra...

Meditate with repeating Vahiguroo with your breath. When you inhale, take Vahi with your breath and take it all the way to Nabhi crossing your heart. Then take Gu from your heart to Ru from your trikurt by doing this... Tenth door (dasama dwara) opens..

Next stages (When trikurti opens) you see some light, first you see red then you see white and then you see the light that is so strong that makes thousands of suns and moons look dim but it doesn’t hurt your eyes ..It’s a feeling of calmness and rain of Amrit(Nectar).

That is followed with sweet(celestial ) sounds which are called Panj Shabad (Anhad Shabad)…focus on that shabad but you have to transcend the point that yogi gets to because that point is still bound by creations and its only when your ego dissolves that you achieved what you meant to be achieving..

Naad means sound (dhuni) and there are two types of sound

Aahat and Anhat

1. Aahat caused by two things colliding .This breaks down into thee parts 1. Breath = vocal sound 2. Sound which comes from instruments 3. Combinations of both and that’s where it collides.

2. Anhat: Heaven celestial sounds.

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Baba Jagjit Singh Herkhowal has a slightly different method, particularly about the where each sound emits from, and also how to prepare the environment around you before beginning simran and dhyaan

I must clarify singh ji, but I got this post from Jivan Kirnaie of Baba Jawala Singh Ji written by his shish baba jagjeet singh ji. I m not too sure if those techniques were followed by baba jawala singh ji. But anyway at the end of day, all the mahapursh from Bhai Daya Singh Sampardha/ hoti mardan sampardha followed "Shabad Surat Marg".

Also can you please post bit more, as how to prepare the environment around before beginning simran and dhyaan.???

Thanks a million...very interesting stuff indeed. :D

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Hoti Mardan are one sub-branch from a number whose parampra goes back to Bhai Dya Singh ji

Sant Jagjit Singh Herkhowal here is narrating the instructions given to his father on how to perform Naam Abhyaas by Baba Jwaalaa Singh Herkhowal.

They are;


1) First recite Japuji Sahib

2) Then perform ardas requesting permission to recite naam and to be devoid of distractions

3) A mat should be laid on the floor, covered by a woolen cloth and then a white sheet

4) A pitcher of water is put to one side

5) The surroundings are adorned with incense and flowers

6) Sit facing the rising sun (east) in sidhaasana

7) Each hand should be placed on the knees in vairaag mudra

8) Keep spine erect, head high

9) To initially control the senses close left eye and with the right focus on the tip of your nose

10) Then recite mool mantar until you have strong concentration

11) Then recite gurmantar - first with baikri bani, then so only you can hear, then in the throat, then heart then navel chakra at belly button

12) This stage will take time but will be achieved with practice

13) once there, fix attention at triputi (between eyebrows)

14) He then explains trikuti and then way to dasam duar

15) The recitation of gurmantar should proceed with 'vaa' in stomach chakra, 'hi' in heart, 'guu' in throat and 'ruu' in triputi.

16) Four types of rasna - baikari (aloud), madama (in throat), pachyanti (voice in hriday/heart), and para bani (nabi).

17) Ru meaning light brings light to triputi (which is above the trikuti)

18) Therefore placing each of the gurmantar in each of the chkras in ascending order

19) explanation is then given of the nature of the experience that arises out of this practice, the final opening of saharakamal chakra and the experience of advaita.

20) There is further guidance on seasonal changes that need to be made, and issues of daily practice.

What is fascinating in Sant Jagjit Singh's writings are the references to old neglected maryadas including advice to family's to perform havans, the use of coconuts, water, chalisa, making dhoop, etc. Having spoken to various Nirmalay, there doesn't appear to be the same relatively regular practice of havans among others as with this upsamprda of Nirmalay. Perhaps someone else can shed more light on this. I have been informed that Baba Jagjit Singh was directing families to perform havans when he on one of his earlier visits to the UK.


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This is amazing stuff tsingh ji. Bahut Bahut Dhan Vad Tuhada :D

Also when i said :

all the mahapursh from Bhai Daya Singh Sampardha/ hoti mardan sampardha followed "Shabad Surat Marg".

I meant hoti mardan and other bhai daya singh sampardha...so no hard feelings :)

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N30 could you please tell me what Shabad Surat Marg is

Shabad & Surat in Nutshell-

In advance stages in meditation, one's dhyaan (surat) gets infused in the shabad is called Shabad-Surat.

In Gurmat, Shabad Surat marg is way to get to Nirankar where shabad(resonance of dhuni/tune ie- Va hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh iiiiiiiiiiii guuuuuuuuuu roooooooooo, ik ongggggggggg karrrrrrrrrr, saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatnaaaaaaaaam..ever going resonance) gets infused in surat..taking surat into uper realms ie- Trikurti(third eye), Dasam Dvar (Tenth door)..!

Vaho Vaho Bani Nirankar Hai ||

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