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  1. Singh97


    waheguru ji, those are all tuks from bani I don't understand what you guys mean when you say it's a must. If I talk about my personal experience with this stuff, when I'm on a big streak, usually at least a month - as long as my simran is balanced my mind stays away from kaami thoughts. But once something happens to my simran I end up falling back in. Once I'm back in the cycle, not only do I get addicted but my kaami thoughts get to their worst. What I'm beginning to think is that it's just a game of energy. That energy is going to release itself in one way or another.
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    Waheguru ji I think this might have been me explaining it wrong but I think you misunderstood me. What I meant is the energy specifically. What I've learnt from old katha recordings is that you can either express that energy in kaam or naam. We have to close the nine doors so the energy goes to the 10th. I think this Shabad leans towards saying to preserve sexual fluid. Also seems like second line might back up my point. But I might be misinterpreting. ਹੈ ਹਜੂਰਿ ਕਤ ਦੂਰਿ ਬਤਾਵਹੁ ॥ God is present, right here at hand; why do you say that He is far away? ਦੁੰਦਰ ਬਾਧਹੁ ਸੁੰਦਰ ਪਾਵਹੁ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ Tie u
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    Waheguru ji, I'm going to go very personal here so I'm hoping this stays as gupt as possible. I'm assuming no one should be able to figure out who I am behind my username. I've grown up in a lot of duality. Since I was a kid I've had huge exposure to spirituality and kaam. With Guru Sahibs kirpa I've been having spiritual experiences since I was a young kid. In innocence exploring SIkhi not only brought me onto this path but my entire family and even some of my relatives have taken amrit/walked onto this path as well. And for that I cannot thank guru sahib enough, I break into tears when I lo
  4. You're 22. You have a degree and a job. It won't be as hard as it would be for a 16 year old. For me I've always been kesdhari but my haircut parents always wanted me to be a simple kesdhari sikh and nothing else. But while going through pressure and just doing things I've been able to convince them to let me do anything sikhi related. Years later, now my parents both wear turbans and will be taking amrit soon. They do bhagti and are fully walking this path of spirituality. Take one step towards your guru and he'll take 1000 towards you. Just go on with it and you'll change not just yourself
  5. Once you're at the avastha of rom rom this is something you're going to regret big time. Our goal is to do bhagti, whether we look good doing it or not is out of the question. No one can control what you do besides you. But at the end of the day all I'm saying is if you're serious about your sikhi and actually want to do serious bhagti, don't do this. Not just that, it also shows how much prem you have for maharaj and their decisions. There isn't really a reason to run after looks when you're in sikhi. When it comes to marriage, a true singh isn't going to run after looks - his main conce
  6. What do you guys do about your sarbloh shastars? I haven't gone swimming in ages because I'm scared my kirpan will get rusty.
  7. VJKK VJKF I don't know how well I can help but my past is somewhat similar - I'm from a family of non-practising Sikhs (who are slowly getting into things). From personal experience I can say that because you did have a past that was a lot different, you will go through moments where you begin to miss your old life. It's maya trying to pull you back. Best you can do is do ardas daily to maharaj asking for more and more love for them. Every time you do ardas just beg them to help you develop more love. The previous lives that a lot of us had may look nice on the outside but they are only go
  8. VJKK VJKF I know someone going to Delhi next month and I was hoping they'd be able to pick up a set of panj shastar because it's hard to buy them in Canada. Does anyone know if Bangla Sahib sells them? Or any place in Delhi? Bhul Chuk Maaf VJKK VJKF
  9. Prem di khaed aa It doesn't matter how much time you put in, or what time you do what. It's about the amount of love you put in. Spiritual progression comes from love and meditation, focus on creating that loving connection instead of worrying what time to do what. But the basic schedule for most people is: Waking up between 2-6 am. Starting abihas as they wake up and doing ishnaan, combing hair and brushing teeth. Sitting down and doing naam abihas for however much time they need to settle their mind (could be 5 mins, or could be an hour). Then doing at least 5 bani basic nitnem. Ardas T
  10. VJKK VJKF I need PDF files of Sri Dasam Granth bani with English translations. Anyone know where I could get them?
  11. I'm currently 16, turning 17 next month
  12. VJKK VJKF Lately I've been wanting to get a bit bigger and have more strength. As Sikhs we should all obviously be physically fit and tough mentally + physically. Does anyone have tips to get bigger/stronger fast? My lower legs are decently tough, but upper body (chest, arms) are a lot weaker. I've been trying to build a home gym, so far all I have is a bench, bar + weights, and a set of 20lbs dumbbells. Hopefully I'll be able to get more soon. What's best for me right now with what I have? I think for now it's good to do big weights, low reps. Post your schedules + foods you eat (on a
  13. VJKK VJKF Is it ok for us to do dissections as Amritdhari's? I'm in high school at the moment and I'm planning on going into science so I'll be seeing them a lot. Should I just stand to the side and watch or is it fine to take part? Bhul Chuk Maaf VJKK VJKF
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