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Posts posted by AmanSingh7

  1. On 8/22/2023 at 9:45 AM, Guest goabove !!! said:

    Reading gurbani doing Paath is not enough. This is not my own opinion. Gurbani clearly tells us:

    ਪੜਿਐ ਮੈਲੁ ਨ ਉਤਰੈ ਪੂਛਹੁ ਗਿਆਨੀਆ ਜਾਇ।।੧।।

    ਪੜਿ ਪੜਿ ਥਾਕੇ ਸਾਂਤਿ ਨ ਆਈ।।


    And we can see this in many aspects. So many many people pray every day but still carry worries ,hate and anger in their minds. Why have I seen here many posts about amritdhaaris who are unhappy, have anxiety? 

    No one!!! talks about Simran.  Yes gurbani is wonderful and powerful.

    But if one only reads it, and only takes that giaan but doesn't do abhyaas kmai, simran it's just more ego

    There's a big difference between reading gurbani and doing naam Simran meditation. There is a difference between reading an japji Sahib and doing Simran. 

    Gurbani tells us to do naam Simran.

    And it is manmukhta,it's foolish to say that for example sukhmani Sahib is more powerful than japji Sahib. That's so wrong. Every bani is equal powerful and great! I've seen enough people making differences between baania. That's just wrong.


    Gurbani is the holy highest purest most truthful wisdom of our gurus and gurmukhs who met Vaheguru. They wrote it so that we can also meet Vaheguru. Because that's the goal of a Sikh. The goal of a Sikh is to meet,hear see Vaheguru before death. 

    So the difference between doing Paath and doing Simran is:

    Doing Paath /reading gurbani= reading spiritual wisdom, learning that giaan. (But one must think, reflect, follow what gurbani says) and you don't even gain that giaan if you don't focus/concentrate while doing Paath. One should listen to the own voice while doing Paath, this helps.

    Doing Simran = washing the mind, removing vichaar/phurne (thoughts) , washing the ego haumai and sins off the mind , Simran is actually following gurbani.  While doing Simran one also must listen to the own voice while speaking out the Gurmantar Vaheguru. Otherwise the andar Di mail will not get washed off. That's why many people say I can't focus when I do Simran. It's because you don't focus on the Gurmantar,on your voice . And it's also because Maya and vikaar start to run more because they want to stop you to do Simran,but you must not focus on the Vikaar and thoughts, you must focus on the Gurmantar and your voice. Nothing else.


    Reading gurbani but not doing Simran is like

    reading the manual to build a protective house from a storm .  The manual says to meditate. Reader does not meditate but only stays reading the manual, the reader thinks that reading the manual is the meditation. But it's not . In the end, when the storm is there, the reader has no protection from the storm and suffers.


    So when we read bani, we should concentrate and try to figure out what gurbani says. Then follow it and do Simran !!!


    I ask for maafi for mistakes. 


    ਗੁਰਬਾਣੀ ਸੁਣਿ ਮੈਲੁ ਗਵਾਏ ॥
    gurbaanee sun mail gavaae ||
    Listening to the Word of Gurbani, filth is washed off,

    ਸਹਜੇ ਹਰਿ ਨਾਮੁ ਮੰਨਿ ਵਸਾਏ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥
    sahaje har naam ma(n)n vasaae ||1|| rahaau ||
    and they naturally enshrine the Lord's Name in their minds. ||1||Pause||


    True and maharaj agrees with u.

    The more we read Gurbani the easier it becomes to do simran, so they work hand in hand, not just one or the other.


    only question i have is when u hear great mahpurakhs nitnem of like 50+ japji sahibs etc like how do they do it 


  2. 6 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

    And learn some respect. 

    Kirpan. Capitalized. Not mecca uppercase Kirpan lower. 

    Guru Nanak Dev Ji 

    Guru Sahiban 

    Shaheedi. Uppercase. 




    Why are you coming to Guest Symbolic like that? Relax man he literally said nothing wrong 

  3. 14 minutes ago, WaljinderSingh said:

    Just to reference to the context,  Guru Nanak dev ji foretold Babur's invasion of 1521 AD ( 1578 Bikrami) . 


    I hope this makes it more clear.

    Ohh im kinda dumb my bad lol

    what year are we in now then ji?

  4. 4 hours ago, singh_comradz said:

    A friend with psychic abilities once visited our house and could describe seeing Shaheed Singhs. She referred to them dressed in blue, metal ring around the turban (chakar) etc. 

    Woww thats amazing, you must live in a chardi-kala house loll

  5. Just now, Premi5 said:

    They have had worse treatment than dastaar-waley Singhs ?  

    This ‘BLM’ is encouraging Blacks to feel like they are more important than other groups. 

    do you agree with that?

    like a previous post, the best way for them to achieve ‘equality’ is if they start to be competitive with the likes of Jews and Indians in professions and business 

    Thats just your own prejudice thoughts jee, not one black person has said anything about feeling more important. Its about feeling EQUAL. 

  6. 12 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

    It's been all over the TV and news this month.

    South Asians are the biggest minority group in the UK but we get no such month. We generally just keep our heads down and get on with things. 

    Look at the contributions we make to this country, especially Sikhs and Hindus. We are disproportionately represented in Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry, IT, corner shops. Professions that actually benefit society on a day to day basis, not just music and sports. 

    Why do they always go on about having a black James Bond? Why never an Indian one?

    We never go begging for quotas or complain that we are under represented in certain fields. Look at Lewis Hamilton complaining about the lack of black people involved in the Engineering aspect of Formula 1. What he fails to realise is that not many black people are interested in such a field to begin with, he just feels entitled that there should be black engineers in Formula One for some reason.

    I wonder what goreh really think about things like this in the UK? Do black people help their cause by creating protests and riots or do people think twice about hiring them because they are prone to playing the race card?

    Does playing the race card help? Should we be doing such things? I think we get just as much racism as black people if not more.

    This post shows a lack of empathy and a very bad understanding of the current issues, not to mention all the negative stereotypes you used. Our black brothers and sisters have been subject to the most intense systemic and institutional racism which still continues to this day. The whole point of the month and BLM for that matter is to bring awareness to it and demand further change, so black people have equal opportunities like the rest of us. We as Khalsey of Guru Gobind Singh jee should not be opposed to this as anything that promotes equality and justice is in-line with Maharaj's hukam.

    ..."maanas kee jaath sabai eaekai pehichaanabo"


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