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So I was reading through my cv and in the profile section, I state something along the line, I take pride in my work. Thinking about it , I honestly do, and in my field I really need to. We know that Ahankar , is one of the five thieves, so am I going about things wrong. Or is the translation of Ahankar not as straight forward as just pride.
Thought it would be nice to start a thread where we share tips and practices that we use to combat the 5 thieves. Obviously gurbani and rehit are going to help, but what are some other extra techniques you guys use? For me whenever I come under attack I became mool mantar jaap or simran until it goes away. What do ya do?
Guest posted a topic in GUPT FORUMI hate the big I am aura that young amrithatis try to create. They seem to think that they are in some elite club and that no1 else is worthy. What they don't realise is that they are pushing most of the younger sangat away from Sikhi as they feel that these stuck up hypocritical people are not the kind that they wanna hang out with. This is a really bad situation as if they were true gursikhs they would be overcome by so much humility that this would not be the case. I have lives in canada and am now in the uk and it is rife amount our community. We are writing the foundations for our own fai
So, Ive had alot problems with: Kaam, krodh, lobh, moh and ahankar. What tips you guys have to overcome those? Is it there any specific mudra for those? or something like that... I really dont want any of those in my life, I want to be free from those.