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    Hukam Help

    so .....heres the deal ,i took a hukam from mahraj.Here it is: DnwsrI mhlw 1 ] Dhanaasaree, First Mehl: shij imlY imilAw prvwxu ] That union with the Lord is acceptable, which is united in intuitive poise. nw iqsu mrxu n Awvxu jwxu ] Thereafter, one does not die, and does not come and go in reincarnation. Twkur mih dwsu dws mih soie ] The Lord's slave is in the Lord, and the Lord is in His slave. jh dyKw qh Avru n koie ]1] Wherever I look, I see none other than the Lord. ||1|| gurmuiK Bgiq shj Gru pweIAY ] The Gurmukhs worship the Lord, and find His celestial home. ibnu gur Byty mir AweIAY jweIAY ]1] rhwau ] Without meeting the Guru, they die, and come and go in reincarnation. ||1||Pause|| so guru krau ij swcu idRVwvY ] So make Him your Guru, who implants the Truth within you, AkQu kQwvY sbid imlwvY ] who leads you to speak the Unspoken Speech, and who merges you in the Word of the Shabad. hir ky log Avr nhI kwrw ] God's people have no other work to do; swcau Twkuru swcu ipAwrw ]2] they love the True Lord and Master, and they love the Truth. ||2|| qn mih mnUAw mn mih swcw ] The mind is in the body, and the True Lord is in the mind. so swcw imil swcy rwcw ] Merging into the True Lord, one is absorbed into Truth. syvku pRB kY lwgY pwie ] God's servant bows at His feet. siqguru pUrw imlY imlwie ]3] Meeting the True Guru, one meets with the Lord. ||3|| Awip idKwvY Awpy dyKY ] He Himself watches over us, and He Himself makes us see. hiT n pqIjY nw bhu ByKY ] He is not pleased by stubborn-mindedness, nor by various religious robes. GiV Bwfy ijin AMimRqu pwieAw ] He fashioned the body-vessels, and infused the Ambrosial Nectar into them; pRym Bgiq pRiB mnu pqIAwieAw ]4] God's Mind is pleased only by loving devotional worship. ||4|| piV piV BUlih cotw Kwih ] Reading and studying, one becomes confused, and suffers punishment. bhuqu isAwxp Awvih jwih ] By great cleverness, one is consigned to coming and going in reincarnation. nwmu jpY Bau Bojnu Kwie ] One who chants the Naam, the Name of the Lord, and eats the food of the Fear of God gurmuiK syvk rhy smwie ]5] becomes Gurmukh, the Lord's servant, and remains absorbed in the Lord. ||5|| pUij islw qIrQ bn vwsw ] He worships stones, dwells at sacred shrines of pilgrimage and in the jungles, Brmq folq Bey audwsw ] wanders, roams around and becomes a renunciate. min mYlY sUcw ikau hoie ] But his mind is still filthy - how can he become pure? swic imlY pwvY piq soie ]6] One who meets the True Lord obtains honor. ||6|| Awcwrw vIcwru srIir ] One who embodies good conduct and contemplative meditation, Awid jugwid shij mnu DIir ] his mind abides in intuitive poise and contentment, since the beginning of time, and throughout the ages. pl pMkj mih koit auDwry ] In the twinkling of an eye, he saves millions. kir ikrpw guru myil ipAwry ]7] Have mercy on me, O my Beloved, and let me meet the Guru. ||7|| iksu AwgY pRB quDu swlwhI ] Unto whom, O God, should I praise You? quDu ibnu dUjw mY ko nwhI ] Without You, there is no other at all. ijau quDu BwvY iqau rwKu rjwie ] As it pleases You, keep me under Your Will. nwnk shij Bwie gux gwie ]8]2] Nanak, with intuitive poise and natural love, sings Your Glorious Praises. ||8||2| So i just wanted help in deciphering the meaning of the vaakh and help in undersatnding what maharaj wants to convey to me /tell me.....i mean i do kinda understand it (not fully tho) so i just need a conformation as to whether what i hv in mind is right . Also another thing is that i've been doing vichaar on some of the things mentioned in the hukam also hv been watching some Basics of Sikhi street parchar video which have the same vichaars in them ( about the oneness and other stuff also mentioned in the hukam and also going around in my brain,in Basics of Sikhi vids and also in my vichaars,so..... ) a little help plzz
  2. Started watching this guy , think his explanation and contemplation on Guru Granth Sahib Ji is awesome, check it out. Thoughts? Anybody else watched this series? Ramnik Pal Singh Randhawa - Shabad Vichaar from Theory To Praxis:
  3. Who is this bhai sahib? These vicharaan are really good!
  4. Celebrating Bandi Chor Divas, Kent Kirtan Society (UK) Presents Kathavachak Bhai Sahib Singh (Canada Wale) UK Tour 20th Oct-3rd Nov: Sun 20 Oct: 12-12:45pm Gurdwara Sikh Sangat, Harley Grove, Bow, London, E3 2AT 2:45-3:30pm Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar, King Street, Southall, UB2 4DQ Mon 21-Thurs 24 Oct: 11am-12pm Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Havelock Road, Southall, UB2 4NP 7:30-8:30pm Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Park Avenue. Southall, UB1 3AG Fri 25- Sun 27 Oct: 8-9pm Nanaksar Thath Isher Darbar, Mander Street, Wolverhampton, WV3 0JZ Sun 27 Oct: 11am-12pm Gurdwara Bebe Nanaki Ji, 189 Rookery Road, Birmingham, B21 9PX 12:15-1:30pm Ramgharia Sikh Temple, 51 Graham Street, Birmingham, B1 3JR 2:30-3:30pm Guru Har Rai Sahib Gurdwara, 128 High St West Bromwich, B70 6JW Mon 28 & Tues 29 Oct: 7-8pm The Sikh Temple, 192 Chapeltown Road, Leeds, LS7 4HZ Wed 30 Oct: 7:30-9pm Gurdwara Khalsa Mero Roop Hai Khas, West Way, South Shields, NE33 4SR Thurs 31 Oct: 7:30-9pm Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Cottenham Street, Newcastle, NE4 5QU Fri 1 Nov: 6:30-8pm Gurdwara Baba Budha Sahib Ji, 24 Gladstone Street, Nottingham, NG7 6GA Sat 2 Nov: 7:30-8:45pm Central Gurdwara, 32 Derby Street, Manchester, M8 8RY Sun 3 Nov: 11am-12:20pm Guru Nanak Gurdwara, 2/20 Tunbridge Street, Preston, PR1 5YP 1:15-2:15pm Sri Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara, 57 Upper Chorlton Road, Manchester, M16 7RQ 6:15-7:15pm The Sikh Temple, 192 Chapeltown Road, Leeds, LS7 4HZ 8:15-9pm Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Sikh Temple, Warren Street, Sheffield, S4 7WT For further info contact: 07403288274/07748803614 or visit www.kentkirtansociety.org
  5. Waheguru i ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh ji, these days lot of smagams are going on where thousands of sangat get together, everybody seems to be gursikh, i have seen like AKHAND path is going in queues and right next to it keertan is also going on, is that gurmat? I can companre it with a example, if you are speaking and trying to make people understand something and the listner in stead of listening to you starts speaking and repeating your words, how would you feel? same way like akhand path means without a break and people do keertan while the path is going on that means people are not listening what guru is saying instead they want guru to listen to them first. for guru its ok people do it on regular basis, and guru still gives us everything but is it gurmat, i am not talking about regular people i am talking about amritdhari singhs and kaurs I would really appreciate comments and advice about this grwoing trend, which I think its wrong, also I have seen people doing JAP ji sahib path or sukhmani sahib ji da path alond with Akhand path, so are we listening to guru again??
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