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this is lower stages, when some shake it may be one of 2 reasons:

1) just getting excited and devleping a temporary high when getting exctied with simran or with a particular tuk of gurbani which makes the listener fall in love

2) because they are starting to literally feel naam vibrations within their body

some stay at this stage their whole life, some after a few months/years start getting a higher avastha and go more into sehaj, as they progress the movements lesson, then eventually stops. at this stage you will then see them in complete stillness for most of the rhensbhai.

only satguru knows, but as a guess the person laughing is likely to be because of reason number 2. the more intense the vibrations it can create weird reaction like crying/screaming or laughing or extreme body movements. or maybe he is just getting a temporary over excitement (endophines etc), as i said only guru knows about this particular gursikh.

bani in keertan form is more powerful then bani in recitation form.

finally we're supposed to concentrate on ourselves not others, i hope this answered you question ji.

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this is lower stages, when some shake it may be one of 2 reasons:

1) just getting excited and devleping a temporary high when getting exctied with simran or with a particular tuk of gurbani which makes the listener fall in love

2) because they are starting to literally feel naam vibrations within their body

some stay at this stage their whole life, some after a few months/years start getting a higher avastha and go more into sehaj, as they progress the movements lesson, then eventually stops. at this stage you will then see them in complete stillness for most of the rhensbhai.

only satguru knows, but as a guess the person laughing is likely to be because of reason number 2. the more intense the vibrations it can create weird reaction like crying/screaming or laughing or extreme body movements. or maybe he is just getting a temporary over excitement (endophines etc), as i said only guru knows about this particular gursikh.

bani in keertan form is more powerful then bani in recitation form.

finally we're supposed to concentrate on ourselves not others, i hope this answered you question ji.

Thanks for explaining it. One of the reason's why i asked was cuz on two occasion my body started moving as such when doing waheguru simran. Both times I was at the Gurdwara so I stopped doing simran. A poster above said he was not aware of it, when it happened to him. When it happened to me i was fully aware and didn't know why it was happening, so i stopped. Plus the sangat was looking directly at me. Got that uneasy feeling as i did something wrong.

Anyways thatnks for explaining it.

Chardikala!!!

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Another thing is NAAM gives alot of energy so the energy moving in ones body leads to movement,

Yes, an it is suposed to be concentrated on your dasam divar. No offence but it is well obvious from the video that the majority if not all are fakers, because it is HIGHLY unlkiely that all of them all at the same time couldnt control the vibrations an start moving around in different but continous ways, an some of them even open eyes or stop to change head-banging in one direction to another. Sikhi is about displine and self control and it is certainly not evident here....

I do not means to offend anyone as im sure these kids will learn better an not learn to follow each other like sheep, my words may seem harsh but it is important we do not deteriate in spiritualy.

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VaheguroojeekakhalsaVaheguroojeekifatheh!

Pssttt, read my signature! Hehe.

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VaheguroojeekakhalsaVaheguroojeekifatheh!

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namo raajasa(n) thaamasa(n) saa(n)th roopae ||

Salutation to thee who promotes three qualities rajas (passion, effort etc.), tamas (darkness, ignorance etc.) and sattava (tranquillity, goodness etc.).

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ive managed to upload the shabad i was on about where the guy is laffing like mad and doing simran? i dunno if its disrespectful but when my mum heard it she was offended........

http://rapidshare.co...Crazy_.mp3.html

Links not working for me ... anyone got another link to this download ? Or YouTube link ?

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I dont Think Anyone should get offended isnt it possible to have a conversation without having our egos clash?

Can sumone Answer this ? so that u can change our curiousity to intelligence,

so we are educated about the different avasthas,

Iv seen lil kids just mimic older sikhs and move theyre heads becuz their just innocent.

Another thing is NAAM gives alot of energy so the energy moving in ones body leads to movement,

puhp miD ijau bwsu bsqu hY mukr mwih jYsy CweI ]

qYsy hI hir bsy inrMqir Gt hI Kojhu BweI ]1]

Within the flower there is a potent fragrance. This fragrance attracts the bumble bee. The bumble bee then gets the nectar from this flower and reaches extreme heights of enjoyment. SImilarily within the sareer is located the Charan Kamal of Guru Sahib. The Naam Abhyiaasi Bee searches for this potent nectar ( amrit) through saas giras meditation, and when they reap the nectar of their hard labour their enjoyment knows no limits. The potency of this Amrit is so strong it stabilizes the panj doot ; the power/energy in the body becomes so intense that the bee becomes overwhelmed with joy ( Sukh) and cant contain themselves after quenching the potent nectar of Guru Sahibs charan kamal.

Gir sBwgY sbd vwjy klw ijqu Gir DwrIAw ]

pMc dUq quDu vis kIqy kwlu kMtku mwirAw ]

While the body enjoys immense power from the divine poetency the Abhyiaasi still has the power to control themselves ( their bodies) As you see in the video the sangat are carelessly overwhelmed with joy and have decided not to control themselves. Personally I dont think such carelessness should displayed openly. Only in the homes and sangat of like minded individuals is such carelessness appropriate. Otherwise many people who have not experienced this ras for themselves will judge out of ignorace. Only a few people of understanding will not judge.

QwlY ivic qY vsqU peIE hir Bojnu AMimRqu swru ]

ijqu KwDY mnu iqRpqIAY pweIAY moK duAwru ]

iehu Bojnu AlBu hY sMqhu lBY gur vIcwir ]

Within GUrbani there is Amrit Food which brings great satisfaction to the spiritual seeker, but only the intuitive devotees experience it.

ONly5- are you the same person as Namastang ( screen name)?

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bani in keertan form is more powerful then bani in recitation form.

baani is not more or less powerful in either form, it retains the same infinite shakti.

but in kirtan form, the shakti is there only when baani is sung in raag. when not in raag it is like mixing amrit with vodka.

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baani is not more or less powerful in either form, it retains the same infinite shakti.

but in kirtan form, the shakti is there only when baani is sung in raag. when not in raag it is like mixing amrit with vodka.

you make me laugh -> plz stop posting useless cr4p. kthnx.

Don't compare guru ke bachan with vodka!

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ONly5- are you the same person as Namastang ( screen name)?

Nope! Why do you ask?

And another reason to not show the ras in sangat is because it distracts others from concentrating. You become the center of attention when it is suppose to be Guru Sahib. Think of in terms of Sarbat Da bhalla.

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ONly5- are you the same person as Namastang ( screen name)?

Nope! Why do you ask?

And another reason to not show the ras in sangat is because it distracts others from concentrating. You become the center of attention when it is suppose to be Guru Sahib. Think of in terms of Sarbat Da bhalla.

Just call me curious George, lol

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ONly5- are you the same person as Namastang ( screen name)?

Nope! Why do you ask?

And another reason to not show the ras in sangat is because it distracts others from concentrating. You become the center of attention when it is suppose to be Guru Sahib. Think of in terms of Sarbat Da bhalla.

Just call me curious George, lol

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to be honest as gursikhs we should feel naam raas from gurbani and the gurbani should start ur dunni

which is one of the reasons i belive that we shouldnt do simran in kirtan

these days the keertani practise where they want to do simran from speaking to pratan singh of the jatha they have told us that

jatha keertani singh and singhnia never did simran in the shabad they would only heard simran if the keertani couldnt not hold it in any longer

and we should work toward shej avasta and that is when ur mind, body and soul are all one that cant be the case in the video

u dont see any of the older gursikh from the panth do anything like that im sorry but to me that seems like a show and nothing more

but i may be wrong as i know nothing

bhull chuk marf

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