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In Bhai Veer Singh Ji's book, gurmukh sikhiya, as well as other books by puran gurmukhs they say that to do simran...

one should get up at amrit vela as it is the easiest time to do simran...

one should sit in a comfortable position, no need for complicated postures

one should repeat Waheguru outloud to themselves making sure they can hear it...eventually you won't have to say it outloud...it will start taking place automatically at every moment while you are still fulfilling your gristi duties...

one should try to do simran at the same time and same place everyday...

also...a sikh needs to take amrit from panj piyaaraaas and get gurmantar di dat...

a gurmukh once said that taking amrit is like putting a little yogurt in the boiling milk...eventually the whole pot of milk will turn into yogurt...

similarly that amrit that the Panj piyaaraaas give you needs to be nurtured by doing simran, seva, and sangat..and eventually every molecule in your body will become amrit....

on a side note....Bhai veer Singh ji writes that.....when we do simran...it's not us doing simran...it's waheguru himself making us doing the simran...its through his mercy and compassion that we say Waheguru.....if we say Waheguru once and then feel like repeating waheguru again...it's all His vadiayee...and that we should constantly be doing shukar for the opportunity of saying Waheguru ...

i just thought that was pretty cool...

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