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Thanks alot for the comments ppl :wub: ...

......hanji  im a bhenji and only 16.. ...and having problems already  :@

yhh i suppose i should try these things out ...aint got anything to lose!

and the other day someone goes to me its because your tall :wub: @ ....like does that really effect your ability for sitting down with your legs crossed for what so ever time?  :@ @

oh yh to add a bit....as i do have problems... but i know i shouldnt make it as an excuse.... but is it k if i could do my paath on da sofa or bed or sometihng lol...until i get into the routine of sitting with my legs crossed for a certain time?  :cool:


u can do ur paath, however, standing, sitting, lying etc.

i think tht the more u keep ur mind on the shabad in the kirtan programme, the easier it will b to sit down. and also the more u go to the better it will be. but dont aim to sit cross legged as long as possible, sim to concentrate as much as possible

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