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waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

khalsa ji ik gal hor puchna chaunda waan ki waheguru naam hey,,, waheguru waheguru karan naal ki hoyega,,,,,,,,,

is gal da matlabh eh naa nikalana ki mein keh reha waan waheguru japan naal kuj nahi hona,,, mein taan tuhade sariyaan de experience sonna chaunda waan,,, ki tuhade naal ki hoya naam japde japde,,,,,,,, punjaan ne sanu waheguru gur mantr ditta hey kuj de gal hoyegi ehde ch,,, kuj sorry sab kuj hi ihde cha hoyega,,,,,,,,,,,,

par please i want answer because mein jiyada tar vekhiya hey jo naam japde ne oh ander di koi gal nahi dasde,,,,

khalsa ji maafi chahunda waan menu likhna te question put karna nahi aunda,,, mein apni knowldge gain karna chahunda waan ......................

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WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

vaahiguroo guroo manthr hai jap houmain khoee||

His Guru-manta is Vahiguru, whose recitation erases egotism.

aap gavaaeae aap hai gun gunee paroee ||a||

Losing egotism and merging into the qualities of the supreme Lord, he himself becomes full of qualities.

(Vaaran Bhai Gurdas, Vaar 13 Pauri 2).

Ang 514-516 - About chanting Wah Wah.

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by japn' naam:

all yo mind's desires 'll be fulfilled..

yo nine doors will be shut, and kirpa naal yo tenth door shall open

yo mind shall be free from self

you shall win erry battle wit maya

you shall win erry battle wit da panj chores

you shall lose yoself, n merge wit akaal purakh

you shall recieve all ur heart's desires - Maharaj's darshan - Joti Jot Light of Guru Nanak

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by japn' naam:

all yo mind's desires 'll be fulfilled..

yo nine doors will be shut, and kirpa naal yo tenth door shall open

yo mind shall be free from self

you shall win erry battle wit maya

you shall win erry battle wit da panj chores

you shall lose yoself, n merge wit akaal purakh

you shall recieve all ur heart's desires - Maharaj's darshan - Joti Jot Light of Guru Nanak

waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

kiya baat hey khalsa ji bot wadiya,,,,

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i had the question some dayz ago....before i wanted to start doing simran really seriously...

and i asked a gursikh uncleji....

he told me that we got to read more and more gurbani in order to know HIM....

"jo prabh ko milbo chahe khoj shabad main lei"

we got to read more and more gurbani...try to know what our gurus, who had realized HIM, told us about HIM....then try to actually realize and feel ....do ardaas to guruji for his kirpa....and slowly when you start feeling...''yes, i do understand it was done by waheguruji''....you r automatically going to speak out--- waheguruji!!!!

and then every single and tiniest of incident is going to amuse you as you start learning that it is done by the lone DOER....waheguruji

waheguruji

waah = a word in punjabi that means 'wow'...said normally when we are fascinated by something

hey = a word we use to call out to THE GREAT ONE

gu = darkness

ru = light

guru = the one who enlightens in the darkness

this is where waah hey guru comes from

waheguruji

keep on naam japping

then you will be like..........rang rangi kartaari re .......waheguru

i m just the deepest in the ditch ohmy.gif ....forgive me for any mistakes pleez :WW: :WW:

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On 13/2/2007 at 1:54 PM, sunny84india said:

waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

khalsa ji ik gal hor puchna chaunda waan ki waheguru naam hey,,, waheguru waheguru karan naal ki hoyega,,,,,,,,,

is gal da matlabh eh naa nikalana ki mein keh reha waan waheguru japan naal kuj nahi hona,,, mein taan tuhade sariyaan de experience sonna chaunda waan,,, ki tuhade naal ki hoya naam japde japde,,,,,,,, punjaan ne sanu waheguru gur mantr ditta hey kuj de gal hoyegi ehde ch,,, kuj sorry sab kuj hi ihde cha hoyega,,,,,,,,,,,,

par please i want answer because mein jiyada tar vekhiya hey jo naam japde ne oh ander di koi gal nahi dasde,,,,

khalsa ji maafi chahunda waan menu likhna te question put karna nahi aunda,,, mein apni knowldge gain karna chahunda waan ......................

Dear Khalsa Jee,

though your post is 10 years old now, but I found that, the question is still  fresh in many of us.

Gurbani clears all our doubts, plus guarantees us in simple and clear words, something which  human minds comprendeth not, but very much true and achieveable if we follow their words to the letter, because it is the Sat Bachan of our beloved Guru Sahiban.

The Gurbani says: Jin Har japeeya, se Har hoeeya.

We become one with Wahiguru Akal Purukh. Brother, isn´t that wonderful? That, he who is Nirankar, He who is Alakh, is realized by his Simran, or Naam japna... so simple, yet all the most wonderful achievement.

Sat Sree Akal.

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