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  1. Guest

    Anyone Notice This

    I have this like egotistical mind that changes with time and experience and this soul mind which generally is unwavering and has a connection to Parmatma. i'm usually aware of when Im operating out of either but thats not a given. when im comfortable in an environment I operate out of the soul mind, but when im in a reactionary state its usually the ego mind that takes center stage. i believe the new age gorey call this the higher self, which they say does not incarnate. Im starting to see the unified thread in all human's (rational) beliefs about spiritual existence. but the other side of me is like bruah im a sardar, i have the best roots religon wise. anyone else notice this?
  2. ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕਾਖਾਲਸਾਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕੀਫਤਹਿ Sangat Jeeo With Guru Sahib Jees Blessings, the Monthly Digital AKJ Newsletter is now live. We hope you enjoy this edition and please do share with your family and friends. This Months Edition can be viewed on the link below: https://spark.adobe.com/page/v24r8OFFYAYaC/ To subscribe for regularly Newsletters please register at the link below: http://eepurl.com/dIgzLL Akhand Keertani Jatha UK
  3. some people may think that Naam Simran is just for Sants. As per Gurbani, it is imperative for everyone. what is Naam Simran? For those who do not know or understand Gurbani or Panjabi, it means to lovingly remember God's Name. I have to admit when I first read Gurbani, I thought 'Naam', 'Name', was used metaphorically. How could so much power be ascribed to something so simple? It took me a while to convince myself that Guruji was actually taking about Naam, Name, and not being metaphorical.
  4. On this forum itself, some people have said that when meditating via naam japp or simran, they felt like their body became really light-weight and floating mid air or consciousness leaving the body or hearing of strange musical sounds. Some have reported presence of a sweet fluid in mouth . Whats the mystical experience you ever had ? What time it happened ? What paath / naam japp were you doing at that time ? please share your experiences.
  5. Would anyone please share some spiritual experiences. I need some motivation to know if I am on the right track. Also I had an itching on my forehead and had a sensation of almost meeting vaheguru, sadly nothing happened. Also I can hear ringing sounds in ears often times at day and night. PLease and thank you.
  6. Guest

    Merging Back Into God

    Merging back into God is the story for every soul, No matter what she is experiencingin life. She will merge back into God whether it be today or tomorrow. This is the way it was written by her Husband Lord. Instagram : Gurpal_1
  7. A poem I wrote. Sharing with the mighty sangat. Thank you. Memories Remember me in my memories, I feel no resemblance yet I stem from these. These parasites upon the land. Refusing to elevate, hand in hand. As the ocean melts into the sand, so I stand, on this path sword in hand. I battle my foes and share my prose and follow Your guiding light. I will send back the darkness and become Master of the night. These words are only possible, if I am One with Me. Otherwise there would be traits attached, of personality. This reality is so fickle that it trembles under my gaze. I am the essence that I feel, I am the receiver of my praise. I am the hole which I dig, a worthless snivelling pig. I am the butterfly upon escape, from the cocoon of its fate. I am the crocodile and the carcass that it eats. I am the carpenter, the protection on my feet. I stand alone sometimes, sometimes I stand with all. The only thing that is certain, with Me, I will never fall. Remember me in my memories, I feel no resemblance yet I stem from these. These parasites upon the land. Refusing to elevate, hand in hand. As the ocean melts into the sand, so I stand, on this path sword in hand. I battle my foes and share my prose and follow your guiding light. I will send back the darkness and become Master of the night.
  8. Separation from God and from each other is the cause of all your disfunctions and suffering. The greatest secrete of all time is that you are separate from nothing. There is no separation. Not from each other, not from God and not from anything that is. You have placed yourself in a perception shell that blocks out the total reality. You incarnate on lower forms then evolve into higher states of consciousness. And when you arrive at the highest state you experience it fully. It's the cycle of life or the process. It is a no- beginning no-end nature of things a cosmic wheel simply describes the ultimate reality. It is the sacred rhythm of life. Therefore condemn not the lower basic animal instinct of man by which you find your way back home. There is no such thing as time. Past, present and future are concepts you have constructed realities you have invented in order to create a context within which to frame your present experience. The phenomenon of time is really a function of perspective. You use this perspective as a tool with which you explore and examine your experiences more fully, by separating them into individual pieces rather than into a single occurance. There is no time but NOW. There is no place but here and here and now is All there is. A Rock examined under a microscope filled with countless protons, neutrons, electrons subatomic particles going from here to there taking time to do so yet going so fast that the Rock itself seemed to move not at all. So is GOD the Unmoved Mover teaming with life as a series of minute rapid movements. These movements do not affect at all the immobility of the great unmoved mover. From the limited perspective with which you view All that you see is yourself as separate and apart as many many beings in constant motion not as an unmoved mover. It's the divine dichotomy two apparent truths existing simultaneously- it's all a matter of perspective
  9. Knowing, Experience and Being We are all knowing since we are part of GOD, knowing is what we are which is conceptual understanding of all things. But you can only be something after you experience physically.So in another sense all of us are helping GOD being GOD. So you are small god creating an experience. The complete cycle is as the title says know, experience and be. I think the planning is happening in the Khands as Guru Nanak sahib says in Japji. Before you show up on this or any other plane for your so real physical experience. The planning in the Khands on where, how, when, parents, places and circumstances one encounters that will lead you to your experience are preplanned, how you respond to them, is up to you via your free will. Soul yearns to experience all kind of emotions. As white light is not devoid of color but contains all colors, So is love which contains all kinds of emotions not just love. For you to experience love one must know what love is not only then can you know what love is. In truth Love is all there is. The urge to merge in the unity is the extreme experience yearning of soul which it is unconsciously after. We are all the same only with different level of awareness. An infant is no less perfect than a grown person. In an absolute, divine and godly way all things are everything. It’s only our mind, sense based subjective opinion which reinforces the illusion of need exist, superiority, insufficiency, judgment, condemnation, conditionality exist. The only difference is that there are those who remember their true self more or remember less. The souls who remember more volunteer to help those who remember less of their real self. Sikhism stress the only worthwhile experience to create is within, If you do not go within you go without. Outside lies the illusion inside the real truth. It’s not by coincidence that Simran is the most important aspect of Sikhism. Simran- Remembering your true self.
  10. SIKHI CAMP 2013 Monday 26th – Saturday 31st August 2013 Watching the dust settle on your desk? Absentmindedly checking twitter? Staring out the window at yet another snowflake falling from the sky?? What you need is a SUMMER BREAK! The onset of spring brings with it another joy – planning out the glorious summer ahead. And what better way to end it then with BOSS CAMP 2013! Yes, it is back and better than ever of course ;-) Since the first Sikhi Camp in 1996, thousands of students and young people have enjoyed the experience of this unique Sikh retreat. Not convinced? Well, have you ever? · Wanted to learn more about your heritage but perhaps don’t know where to start… · Wanted a week away from the chachas, puas, maser’s and random pindus… · Wanted to understand what is said at your local Gurdwara but don’t understand Panjabi… · Wanted to connect with other likeminded people of your age but don’t know where to find them… · Wanted to volunteer but felt too intimidated by the Gurdwara aunties and uncles… · Wanted to learn more about Sikhi but felt judged going to a Gurdwara… If you’ve answered yes to any of these then SIKHI CAMP is definitely for you! Think: · 6 impressive days of Sun Sea and Sand*! (*we are not liable if the sun backs out of its agreement!) · 6 days of soul searching, side splitting laughter and exhilarating activities. · 6 days of connecting with likeminded people, understanding your roots and taking a break from it all. · 6 days to fill your mind with knowledge, hearts with love and bellies with fabulous food! · 6 days to discover who you are and understand how we are all connected. If you want to find out what all the fuss is about then head over to sikhicamp.org. You’ll find videos and photos from camps over the years, you can find out more details and most importantly you can apply online! (No Desi call centre, no fiddly forms to post in; just pure online magic!) But be quick – places are limited and always sell out quick. Camp cost is a bargainous £99. (All inclusive - 6 days of board at a picturesque location by the sea, activities, meals and transport from locations across the UK.) *£5 discount available to first time campers and anyone who applies before the 1st June 2013! So don’t delay, apply today peeps! Join the Sikhi Camp Facebook page Check out the Official Sikhi Camp photos Follow updates on Twitter Sign up for emails here! (No spam - we promise!) Visit the Official Sikhi Camp Channel on YouTube Boss Youtube Channel
  11. Hello So I was raised as a Sikh...I'm male in my early 30's...and during my life I've come to my own conclusions about religion and spirituality....and I am no longer religious....but am very spiritual.....having come to that age when things like marriage become more of an issue.....having struggled to meet any Sikh girls thus far...with that spiritual side without being meshed into religion....I wondered if anyone here believed the are similar like minded people out there..or whether I should just stop looking. I don't see myself settling down with someone who has opposing views as I do....so it would be nice to know if these people who are like me, do exist....I'm not asking for phone numbers of email addresses....just confirmation they do or don't exist....either way.... Thanks [ModNote] This is approved because you clarified you do NOT want any personal contact information. Just to clarify to the rest of the Sangat, it is not allowed to ask or give personal contact information and this is not a dating/matching website. Keep it Sikhi related.
  12. could we have a spiritual section added in this section and if possible move all serious spiritual questions asked on this forum to that section slowly by the help and efforts of other members. I am requesting this because I someone who is really interested in learning and knowing more about spirituality from SIKHi prospective. I recommended him sikhsangat forum but it seems like he already tried many sikh and other religion spiritual forums and he gets more satisfying answers from religion forums. He mentioned that on Sikh forums if you ask a question or tell your problem, you are told to do ardas. No doubt its the powerful thing but he wants to know more about the reasons according to Sikhi. I told him that there are many gupt gurmukhs who have high avastha (spiritual level) but they do not use internet to post stuff. But my request is that why cant we help this person who wants to know things threw SIKHI. Can we help him somehow? if I receive positive replies on this topic I will pass this thread to him.
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