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Recently we had a paat at home, and i know we should not delve into paranoia and vehm etc, but cant help stop thinking what it meant.

Anyways before the paat started a few lines of shabad were, not sure what as my gurmukhi is not good. A little while after a flower fell, but not fully on the floor, just hung onto its stem. It could be related to the shabad that had been read, but it keeps me curious.

What does it mean? :

1. Nothing as its irrelevant and we should not be looking towards visual things to see god.

2. Was it a sign of bad luck?

3. Was it a sign of good luck?

I keep worrying that it was a sign of bad luck. Please clear me of my doubts.

Thank you ji and sorry if i said anything wrong.

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Unless the flower sprouted lips and started speaking to you, I wouldn't worry about it.

If we started linking apparently unrelated events together and gave them cosmic / mystical significance because they happened in the presence of Gurbani, we would go loopy everytime.

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Recently we had a paat at home, and i know we should not delve into paranoia and vehm etc, but cant help stop thinking what it meant.

Anyways before the paat started a few lines of shabad were, not sure what as my gurmukhi is not good. A little while after a flower fell, but not fully on the floor, just hung onto its stem. It could be related to the shabad that had been read, but it keeps me curious.

What does it mean? :

1. Nothing as its irrelevant and we should not be looking towards visual things to see god.

2. Was it a sign of bad luck?

3. Was it a sign of good luck?

I keep worrying that it was a sign of bad luck. Please clear me of my doubts.

Thank you ji and sorry if i said anything wrong.

Khalsa Ji

Gurbani will NEVER bring bad luck. The event that took place can be interpreted by the way in which we see the world. To a Gursikh this event would be:

ਪੰਨਾ 436, ਸਤਰ 18

ਤਿਤੁ ਸਾਖਾ ਮੂਲੁ ਪਤੁ ਨਹੀ ਡਾਲੀ ਸਿਰਿ ਸਭਨਾ ਪਰਧਾਨਾ ॥

Ŧiṯ sākẖā mūl paṯ nahī dālī sir sabẖnā parḏẖānā.

He has no stems, roots, leaves or branches, but He is the Supreme Lord over the heads of all.

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Thanku kalyugi yes its best not to get paranoid. so i should stop worrying.

That's not to say I'm dismissing all divine visions or occurences of this nature. I suppose each case has it's merits. I personally think when you have to look hard for meaning - as in really struggle and even then not fully comprehend - it means there isn't really anything there.

Those instances of genuine revelation are self-explanatory and our mind is left in no doubt as to the interpretation of what happened. We rarely - if at all - need confirmation from a third party in those aforementioned cases.

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I understand Wat you are saying. I know Wat i means now as to what was read. It fits into place now, not sure why i was thinking it could be a sign of bad luck. Mokham Singh is right gurbani would never give bad luck. I thought this from that the flower did not fully fall. Even that would be my interpretatio n and somebody else's would be different. I did not realise whatever happened was in line with waheguru making it happen. On remembering the lines which were read at the time i have got my answer.

Thank youji.

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