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About Reecon

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  1. Thank you. Your first sentence was basically the answer I was looking for. Because the 'mantra' is something they use I didn't know if it was proper for one to do. Thank you.
  2. okay... I didn't realise that you dwell on an infinitely higher intellectual plain and that my pathetic questions would have offended you so much. Thanks Singh.
  3. WJKK WJKF I have a question about this mantra. https://www.3ho.org/kundalini-yoga/mantra/kundalini-yoga-mantras/mantra-toolkit-chattra-chakkra-varti It is the last part of jaap sahib. I stumbled across it on YouTube and began researching the meaning. I'm a little torn. Should a sikh be taking snippets of bani and using them as a mantra (apologies for lack of a better word)? These are the words of our guru so reciting them can't be bad right? I am not a 3ho person nor do I understand a great deal about them. I hope my question makes sense. please forgive me for any mistakes I have made. WJKK WJKF
  4. I agree. A moving depiction of our Guru’s is wrong. We’ve always known this. It is beyond me why the Director would allow this to happen. That’s the reason Chaar Sahibzaade was received so well, it was respectful.
  5. VJKK VJKF There are two quotes that I once heard; I can't seem to remember them or find them. If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great: 1) A quote about Guru Nanak Dev Ji being a lion and roaring, I recall that the word Singh is used to describe Guru Nanak Dev Ji. 2) A quite about how is doesn't matter if a Sikh is in a Mosque or Mandir or any other place of worship as long as he has Waheguru inside of him he cannot be affected by anything, or words to that affect. I'm aware that this is a rather obscure post but, they have been on my mind so if Sangat could shed any light that would be great! Bhul Chuk Maaf VJKK VJKF
  6. VJKK VJKF I wear a Kenyan style dastar and I've never been able to get my patka underneath quite right. I've got no one to teach me and I've been tying what is a basic 'child like' patka underneath for years. What do you tie under your dastar? I want something that feels a little more comfortable underneath. Any help would be greatly apprenticed. Please post pics and/or directions how to tie. Bhul Chuk Maaf
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