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  1. You eventually want to move past doing simran with a mala and start using your breath as the mala. Think of the mala as training wheels on a bike, it helps you in the beginning, but you eventually want to be able to ride free without the restrictions of the training wheels. Using a mala will restrict you from reaching the more upper avashtas. Its a great tool at the beginning but you want to eventually move on from it.
  2. Read gurbani and jaap naam and you wont need to worry about spirits or apparitions
  3. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh Sangat ji, I have a few questions that I have come across and hope some guru da piaara can shine a light on I have been studying gurbani in Guru Granth Sahub Ji via a sehej path I have kept. I have been reading 1-4 shabads a day and fully understanding the shabad before moving on. I am currently on ang 33 and plan to spend a few years to complete the sehaj path. My questions are: when should I start studying other banis like Dasam Granth bani, Bhai Gurdas jis vaaran, and Bhai Nanad Lal jis bani? Is there a certain point of understanding I should be at from Guru Granth Sahib Ji before starting to read other banis or should I complete my sehaj path before moving on? If there is a certain point of understanding, how do I know I am ready? I remember reading somewhere a while ago that Dasam Granth bani contains bir raas and Guru Granth sahib ji has shaant raas and that a person cannot handle the bir raas in Dasam Granth if they are not ready. What is the order I should study other banis in, like should I first study Bhai Gurdas Jis vaaran before moving onto Dasam Granth bani and so forth. Guru Granth Sahib ji obviously being first. Thank you in advance Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh
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