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  1. I don't mean to hurt your feelings, but why have you decided to marry in an Indian temple, if your intended husband does not know "the ins and outs of " Sikhism. the marriage ceremony involves a commitment to follow Guru Granth Sahibji. if you find a place in india that agrees to go ahead, you and intended husband should look into what the ceremony means and also into the basic values of Sikhi, otherwise it is disrespectful to our Guru and makes a mockery of the Anand Karaj.
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  2. Now and then Badal does show independent thought. Something totally detrimental to his overlords.
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  3. Dear brother, what you are going through is called lower self esteem. You are asking for help, but remember, to get help from someone, first of all you have to help yourself, otherwise it is not possible. From your writings, it is evident you are making attempts to get up from the mud and start walking. The thing is you feel you are not able by yourself for anything positive, when the truth is, that not only you have the power to overcome all your mistakes, slowly and gradually, but you must be aware that the owner of the whole " kaeenaat " or creation is within you, and so if you ask Him
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  4. if you rae site's maintainer , can i ask why akali nihang baba karam singh ji 96 crori isnt mentioned as jathedar before akali nihang baba santa singh ji 96 crori ??
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  5. Only thing I would suggest is to keep doing simran as much as you can throughout the day as much as you can. Doesn't matter if your not sitting down crossed legged with 100% focus. The more you do the more it will start automatically and the more you will want to do it. That's what I try and do and find it really helps. Also try and do simran in the sangat. Read SGGS which will really inspire you to do it. Walking whilst doing simran also helps but keep you dhyan looking down and not looking all over the place.
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  6. I'm sorry Singh but either I have misunderstood your post but I as far as I understand simran, to die in the shabad is the ultimate death one can hope for. There are countless pangtis in SGGS that tell one to die in the shabad and use the shabad to subdue/restrain the mind. If you leave the mind to it's own devices you will never be able to restrain it. Those who meditate on the Name, with one-pointed mind and focused consciousness, remain forever stable in the world. jinee naam Dhi-aa-i-aa ik man ik chit say asthir jag rahi-aa. The Gurmukh has conquered his own mind, by applying the Touc
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  7. Here Jasdeep read the following shabad by Guru Arjan Dev ji on ang 1006 Maaroo, Fifth Mehl, Sixth House, Du-Padas: maaroo mehlaa 5 ghar 6 dupday One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru: ik-oNkaar satgur parsaad. Abandon all your clever tricks; meet with the Holy, and renounce your egotistical pride. chhod sagal si-aanpaa mil saaDh ti-aag gumaan. Everything else is false; with your tongue, chant the Name of the Lord, Raam, Raam. avar sabh kichh mithi-aa rasnaa raam raam vakhaan. ||1|| O my mind, with your ears, listen to the Name of the Lord. mayray man karan sun har naa
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  8. I'm guessing your trying to do simran internally with the voice of the mind. The technique I've have found the most beneficial in helping still the mind first is to put your dhiyaan into your voice just in front of your mouth. Lock in your ears into listening at that position as you say Waheguru. Then watch has your mind begins sit and listen. If it begins to wonder grab it and bring it back there and force it to listen. You will then become more aware when your mind wants to take flights and you will restrain it. With practice your mind will automatically get used to focusing and listening t
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