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  1. Vaheguru Ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji ki Fateh Daas has recently created a Sikh Reflection Journal. This is a guided meditation journal based on Gurbani, however it is written so that anyone, of any spiritual background and any spiritual level can use (Gurmat is truely universal). Its to be used as a tool alongside daily gurbani khoj to help improve our own spiritual practices and apply Gurbani in our lives. This is not intended as a profitable business, rather to improve the quality of sangat veechar and develop our own relationships with Gurbani. It has been selling well in Australia, Canada, UK, USA, India (special price) and Malaysia. We have only 50 copies left ji. If you would like a copy or as a gift, the direct link is: www.thebestlifeot.company.site. There is a video look through of the journal on YouTube: https://youtu.be/2JNy5ahRehQQ As a topic of discussion, how do you feel about journaling and Sikhi? Do you do it often? How has it helped you? I personally stopped a while ago because my veechar were becoming really complex and abstract. Blank lines gave me no guidance and I would go off topic, start writing about worldly things, then feel defeated that I had wasted this time just writing, but for what purpose... Tried finding a Sikhi guided journal but there were none. Christians have these amazing prayer journals. There are also Quaran and Buddhism guided journals too... Shouldn't we be putting more effort into such tools? Thoughts?
  2. The Dharmic faiths are more difficult to understand such as Nirgun and Sargun, Nirvana, reincarnation, soul separate from body, meditation. God has many forms. Whilst Abrahamic is less difficult to grasp belief in a God, heaven and hell and a set of rules to abide by. Most popular faiths are Abrahamic.
  3. ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ Sangat ji, the time of year is coming again where we will celebrate the Shaheedi days of Guru Sahib's 4 sons I thought it would be a good idea to share your favourite Katha on the Sahibzaade and Sakhis of Kalgidhar Paatshah and the tough times he had to face This Katha was very emotional and on the chote Sahibzaade, we should learn and take something and realise how brave they were.
  4. does anyone know anything about what the 25 qualities mentioned in this pangti are: ਪੰਚ ਤਤ ਪੰਚੀਸ ਗੁਨਿ ਸਤ੍ਰ ਮਿਤ੍ਰ ਮਿਲਿ ਦੇਹਿ ਬਣਾਈ। Panch Tat Pancheesi Guni Satr Mitr Mili Dayhi Banaaee | To create the human body, five elements and twenty five qualities opposite to each other were joined and mixed.
  5. Wahegurujikakhalsa, Wahegurujikifateh! Sangat Ji, as you know www.gurshabadveechar.com was launched on 1st November 2013 on the Prakash Purab of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji. We are hoping to collect together as many audio and video recordings of katha, kirtan and vichar by Bhai Sukha Singh as possible. If anyone in the sangat has audio/video recordings or photographs of Bhai Sukha Singh doing katha, Kirtan or vichar. We humbly request you contact us ASAP so that we can add these to the website. Also please contact us if you have any suggestions for the website. Either comment on this post or email us at gurshabadveechar@gmail.com Wahegurujikakhalsa, Wahegurujikifateh!
  6. Sangat ji, I found this amazing veechar on the rich symbolism of sri harmindar sahib. Do you know that the two flag posts (nishan sahib) symbolizes miri and piri and the one facing the darbar is sahib is piri (pir-spirituality) and facing Akaal takht is miri (amir-temporal power). The piri one is taller by 4 feet than the miri. All the facts, about 40 of them are here. http://snd.sc/1g8Ul58 there are much more veechars in this soundcloud.. intresting.. https://soundcloud.com/gurbaninaad Gurfateh
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