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Consciousness last won the day on September 13 2012

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  1. There is only 1 satguru/god. Behind everything there is a controller who does all actions, which is God. This is the same power that makes people speak and act etc etc. Through Guru Nanak it made him act perfectly-no flaws, through krishna there were a few more flaws and through us it causes us to do many flaws. We are non sentient there is only 1 sentient source/God. Boasting about, which guru or prophet is better is ignorance if you have followed the above.
  2. It depends on what avasta you are at. If you are at stage where you are repeating Gurbani separately and then later Japping gurmantar then doing both is important. A stage will eventually come where there is no difference between naam and gurbani so then you won't need to worry. Also throughout this journey I would like to state that your definition of naam will keep changing as your understanding increases.
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMgqwmDngzU
  4. :laugh2: hahah that was so funny :lol: I highly doubt by getting a sikh on a TV game show will distract sikhs from the recent op bluestar inquiry.
  5. Don't sit down until your pain goes away. Stand at the back of the gurdwara hall until your tail bone gets better and contemplate/meditate on the gurbani/kirtan/naam that is being read/sung. It's not beadbi guru sahib knows you are in pain and if you keep on sitting down it will only get worse until you cannot sit anymore. Also go and see the doctor and get creams and what not.
  6. Firstly good on you for meditating. The reason you're probably feeling bad when you stop meditating is because you lose your bliss as you mentioned in your post "after meditating i am in bliss." Losing that experience and deep connection with God when you stop meditating is painful. Without meditation it is like being in a nightmare that never ends and when you connect with the truth the illusion is lifted away; you finally wake up! The illusion of doubt, ego, fear, death and birth, karma all make sense and you realise your true self. Yes there are many stages of experience but all of them a
  7. - MOOL - ------------------ ਮੂਲੁ ਨ ਬੂਝਹਿ ਆਪਣਾ ਸੇ ਪਸੂਆ ਸੇ ਢੋਰ ਜੀਉ ॥: Moolu na boojhahi aapanaa se pasooaa se dhor jeeou : Those who do not understand their own Mool (Source, Origin, Jot...); they are beasts and they are cattle (i.e., great fools of animal intellect-ਡੰਗਰ ਬੁਧੀ ਵਾਲੇ ਮਹਾਂ ਮੂਰਖ)! (sggs 751). <><><><> The Gurbani tells us that the very purpose of this human birth is to Recognize or Understand our True Nature (ਅਪਣੇ ਅਸਲੀ ਸਰੂਪ ਨੂੰ ਪਛਾਣ ਲੈਣਾਂ), and thus become One with our Mool ( ਮੂਲ : Source, Origin, Jot, Reality, ਅਸਲਾ...) within. Once we become One wit
  8. You encounter a happy-go-lucky ordinary man who challenges you thus: "I find characi lakh joon, this earthly life, rather enjoyable. My family is healthy and well off. My job is great. My son and daughter are well settled. My wife and I are a great couple. I have no need of a better afterlife or liberation whether that be positively blissful or completely devoid of pain as its content. I have all the bliss I need here and now. As a result, I will NOT remember or enquire on Waheguru How will you respond to him?
  9. Nice post Lucky singh ji. When "one" becomes mukht there is literally no change on the karma basis (at the level of mental activity or physical activity as it will still exist) however in gurbani it says when one meets God then all karma ceases to exist. Gurbani is addressing this point from the nirgun perspective where there already has never been any action to begin with hence you are always mukht but the catch is we must realise this on the nirgun aspect for this premise to be valid LOL. When I refer to the nirgun aspect that is what the true "I" is however in maya the true self has purpose
  10. Really there is no mukhti/realisation in a physical or mental sense as the body or the mind can not be liberated - how can something limited become infinite/free from ignorance.. What I am trying to say is that there is no CHANGE. Something that is limited in nature can not become free from maya as maya itself is limitation. However there is a 'light bulb' moment whereby the mind has sussed out through grace that it's true self has always been free! The true self or the true I is not the mind or body but the ultimate/god. That is liberation if you want to call it that. So what is the ego? Eg
  11. LOL So Guru ji puts you in a hospital for sharing too much info? This singh is taking you for a ride...
  12. Yes, agreed but I never said not to have a path also a path does not necessarily mean a religion either some sort of sat gyan or practice or whatever is needed to realise yourself. The path can also be through religion and yes sikhi will definitely help someone realise the truth. No hindu, no muslim and no sikh etc does not mean having a path as I explained. The oneness also does not mean that all religions are equal - what was meant in simple terms was the nirgun saroop in everyone is the same.
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