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satnaam jee,

dasam dwar is the hidden tenth door located in your body which connects you to the truth - God.

When you progress onto spiritituality, this gate starts to open, in other words as you start to get control over evils, you have more control over this door.

a spiritual awakened person would have his tenth door open all the times and have a direct connection with GOD at all times.

you cant see GOD with your normal eyes, you can see god with your inner-eye, third eye.

in order for you to be able to see GOD through that eye, that eye must be opened in the first place. how does it open? follow the satguru teachings, and follow your inner god's hukam and dont let your mind fool you.

the more you practice truth, the hukam, the divine will that is always present in you, the quicker you will go above the 5 evils and able to see the world with your true vision.

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The unstruck sound current of the Shabad vibrates and resounds in the Tenth Gate; the Ambrosial Naam trickles down there. ||2||[1002-6]

The Dasm dwar appears in the Granth sahib at many places. I shall be garteful if members can throw some light on this.

Look at Sri Anand Sahib Ji, 38 Pauri.

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Ancient eastern culture has the belief that body is made of nine Dwars (also known as openings). These Dwars are known as the pair of ears, eyes, nostrils and the singular openings of the mouth, anus and the penile/vaginal openings. It is believed the the Tenth Dwar is the DasamDwar and is referred to as the Self-Enlightenment Dwar. This Dwar was left a secret with notion of each human achieving such state..

However five thieves of humanity known as being - lustful (Kam), rageful (Krodh), greedy (Lobh), egotistic (Ahankar), and attachment (Moh) have hindered mankind from attaining DasamDwar.

Often time's triumphant people are said to have conquered these thieves..

Mankind shall "CONQUER WITHIN" these crooks to self-enlightenment. "SAHIB E KAMAL" had conquered these thieves to DasamDwar.


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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Scientifically, the Dasam Duar is known as the Pineal Gland. By continuously Japping Naam or reading Gurbani, the Dasam Duar is activated. In the past, it was said that the Dasam Duar actually was on the actual face, inbetween the two eyes, however it has slowly receded into the head. Bhul Chuk Maaf

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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Scientifically, the Dasam Duar is known as the Pineal Gland. By continuously Japping Naam or reading Gurbani, the Dasam Duar is activated. In the past, it was said that the Dasam Duar actually was on the actual face, inbetween the two eyes, however it has slowly receded into the head. Bhul Chuk Maaf

pineal gland is more connected to 3rd eye(agya chakkar) as far as I know.

Dasam duar is the top of the head on the crown, where ALL the nadis in your subtle body merge from...... Through this comes all the divine pranic energy that keeps the nadis working.

It is also called the crown chakra.

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That is why we wear a Dastar. The activaton of the pineal gland leads to astral projection and contributes to an elevated spiritual state.

Not too sure what you mean :blush2:

I thought that pineal gland is what leads to 6th sense activation or 3rd eye stimulation.

It's important to understand that 3rd eye and agya chakkar can get activated and continue to open. Until you get to dasam duar(crown),.....the 3rd eye continues to open.

Dastar and khes do have an involvement in the spirituality because if hair is cut and every time you cut, then the energies coming in from above into this heavily merged point of nadis get affected in a negative manner.

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