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🙏   "A mother who does Sukhmani Sahib once a day for nine months while pregnant and for the first nine months of the baby’s life while holding the baby or being close enough to where the baby can hear

I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I sometimes do that, but try to do it at the same time if you can.

8 hours ago, puzzled said:

What if we read half of Sukhmani sahib in the morning and then the other half later on?  Or are you supposed to read it at the same time? 

I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I sometimes do that, but try to do it at the same time if you can.

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On 9/8/2020 at 6:55 AM, puzzled said:

What if we read half of Sukhmani sahib in the morning and then the other half later on?  Or are you supposed to read it at the same time? 


You can do that. Just end at the end of an astpadi. Dont end in the middle of an astpadi. (If u have to speak or go check on ur stove, its best to speak at the end of a pauri or astpadi when reading gurbani.) And read the last 2 lines twice and then say fateh. 

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On 9/6/2020 at 10:57 AM, Singh375 said:

Am I actually reading this? 🧐 And written by the person who made a post called ‘how to make work meaningful’ encouraging people to do paath mentally while working(!) 🙈

Ang 1376 :

haath paa-o kar kaam sabh cheet niranjan naal. ||213||
With your hands and feet, do all your work, but let your consciousness remain with the Immaculate Lord. ||213|

I do, with Kirpa, seven banias a day. However, 5 in morning, Rehraas and Sohila is sat down hands folded. Not I start 5 baanias whilst at work. Or it's getting late, let's listen/ start to Rehraas at work/ whilst body is moving. 

The OP mentioned Sukhmani Sahib for 40 days... Sounds like a Nitnem to me. So is there a difference between doing paat on the go rather than aasan? 

Paat can be done both ways. However, Aasan (or sat down, hands folded) needs to be given more credibility for doing it in the ways as recommended by our Guru Jis. 

As for doing it on the go... Instead of having idless and useless thoughts for 8 hours (at work), an hour or two can b taken out doing Paat or Simran. It does make the day go by in bliss. 

Why is Aasan important? It's to build up on concentration. So if somebody does Sukhmani Sahib every day, know it off by heart, one can b done in Aasan the other on the go (2 Sukhmani Sahibs per day). For listening to Baanias same principles apply. 

Of course all my posts are always opinions and personal experience. 


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Namaste.......... I am not at peace of mind. Nothing in my life is in place..... My husband is not interested in me and neither are my children focusing on their studies. Please guide of doing dukh bhanjani path will help me in getting some peace and happiness in my life.



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