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Hi everyone, I've got a question or rather a dilemma. I'm 100% against the rs path. A lot of my family are part of it (not my parents or sisters) and so is my wife to be. She isn't 100% on it however and she never discusses it with me or tries to preach etc. but when she is with members of her family, they sometimes start to talk about baba Ji this baba Ji that and I find myself getting frustrated. when me and my fiancé got together she explained that this path is very important to her and tha she would need my support with it I.e attend satsangs etc, but never once has she expected me to follow it. i initially agreed as I had very patchy knowledge of rs but I've done so much research and it appears just as may of you guys have said, fake and fraudulent. I've always been a semi-practising Sikh but I have in recent years started to take it more seriously, listen to path and bani quite often and have studied Sikh history and even started to read and understand the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. I know and I'm convinced that this is the way forward, but how do I get my fiancé to think the same without causing an argument? Lol. I know I will get it in the neck and hear things like "you said this to me before and now your going against it, you lied to me blah blah blah. I don't want to attend these satsangs or the Haynes park gatherings every year, it's just a complete waste of time. Why do you need to go to a huge gathering to listen to things which, if you you used your own brain, are just common sense. nearly all of her family are in this cult and appear very naive. My fiance has said when we are married we will keep a Guru Granth Sahib at home ( as her family have one) and go to the gurudwara regularly but at the same time I know she will expect me to accompany her to satsangs. I have been to a couple and i have no interest whatsoever. My fiancé recently got initiated, which is a load of rubbish too as she lies on her application form. Apparently it asks if you eat eggs or something and at the time of applying she was eating eggs, but she lies and said she didn't. And she still got initiated lol. Now if that baba knows all, surely he wouldn't have picked an application form from someone who's lying and still initiated them into naam. It's obviously random. Anyway, I just want to know some opinions on this as to how I should deal with it or even better, get her to come off that path altogether.

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mand5 - im an ex radhasoami..... before i continue, well done for seeking answers from another source other then your radhasoami community. for this i must commend your efforts. I use to ask my famil

If you're going to come onto a SIKH forum seeking answers to questions, you're going to have to stop referring to Guru Granth Sahib Jee as a "sikh bible".

Mand5 I suggest you learn to be a bit more respectful before you think its right to question Sikhi in such an abrupt and negative manner. Just come out with it why pretend as you are a RS are you not

Hi everyone, I've got a question or rather a dilemma. I'm 100% against the rs path. A lot of my family are part of it (not my parents or sisters) and so is my wife to be. She isn't 100% on it however and she never discusses it with me or tries to preach etc. but when she is with members of her family, they sometimes start to talk about baba Ji this baba Ji that and I find myself getting frustrated. when me and my fiancé got together she explained that this path is very important to her and tha she would need my support with it I.e attend satsangs etc, but never once has she expected me to follow it. i initially agreed as I had very patchy knowledge of rs but I've done so much research and it appears just as may of you guys have said, fake and fraudulent. I've always been a semi-practising Sikh but I have in recent years started to take it more seriously, listen to path and bani quite often and have studied Sikh history and even started to read and understand the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. I know and I'm convinced that this is the way forward, but how do I get my fiancé to think the same without causing an argument? Lol. I know I will get it in the neck and hear things like "you said this to me before and now your going against it, you lied to me blah blah blah. I don't want to attend these satsangs or the Haynes park gatherings every year, it's just a complete waste of time. Why do you need to go to a huge gathering to listen to things which, if you you used your own brain, are just common sense. nearly all of her family are in this cult and appear very naive. My fiance has said when we are married we will keep a Guru Granth Sahib at home ( as her family have one) and go to the gurudwara regularly but at the same time I know she will expect me to accompany her to satsangs. I have been to a couple and i have no interest whatsoever. My fiancé recently got initiated, which is a load of rubbish too as she lies on her application form.

Thanks

You say she's isn't 100% on it, she's been initiated as you say and sounds like she is. She doesn't expect you to follow it but you already have been to a couple. What will happen is if you don't go you will be made to feel the odd one out and sit at home frustrating or you will have no choice but to go with her. I see this as causing future unwanted problems.

Agree with MisterrSinghs jis advise.

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Hi everyone, I've got a question or rather a dilemma. I'm 100% against the rs path. A lot of my family are part of it (not my parents or sisters) and so is my wife to be. She isn't 100% on it however and she never discusses it with me or tries to preach etc. but when she is with members of her family, they sometimes start to talk about baba Ji this baba Ji that and I find myself getting frustrated. when me and my fiancé got together she explained that this path is very important to her and tha she would need my support with it I.e attend satsangs etc, but never once has she expected me to follow it. i initially agreed as I had very patchy knowledge of rs but I've done so much research and it appears just as may of you guys have said, fake and fraudulent. I've always been a semi-practising Sikh but I have in recent years started to take it more seriously, listen to path and bani quite often and have studied Sikh history and even started to read and understand the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. I know and I'm convinced that this is the way forward, but how do I get my fiancé to think the same without causing an argument? Lol. I know I will get it in the neck and hear things like "you said this to me before and now your going against it, you lied to me blah blah blah. I don't want to attend these satsangs or the Haynes park gatherings every year, it's just a complete waste of time. Why do you need to go to a huge gathering to listen to things which, if you you used your own brain, are just common sense. nearly all of her family are in this cult and appear very naive. My fiance has said when we are married we will keep a Guru Granth Sahib at home ( as her family have one) and go to the gurudwara regularly but at the same time I know she will expect me to accompany her to satsangs. I have been to a couple and i have no interest whatsoever. My fiancé recently got initiated, which is a load of rubbish too as she lies on her application form. Apparently it asks if you eat eggs or something and at the time of applying she was eating eggs, but she lies and said she didn't. And she still got initiated lol. Now if that baba knows all, surely he wouldn't have picked an application form from someone who's lying and still initiated them into naam. It's obviously random. Anyway, I just want to know some opinions on this as to how I should deal with it or even better, get her to come off that path altogether.

Thanks

You should end the relationship immediately, remember either you serve Guru Sahib or you serve Haumai there is no in between if you marry her, and she'll be very helpful in forcing you to be reincarnated 8.4 million times. 1. Because she's following an evil cult. 2. She's a liar.
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Also, if you do stay with this woman, then what guidance will you offer any potential children? Mummy will be getting them dressed up and ready to attend darbar to bow down to a millionaire Baba, whilst daddy will be standing on the sidelines, nervously fidgeting, wanting to object but is too afraid to in case it upsets mummy. They will grow up confused and rudderless. That's another generation of potential Sikhs lost to complete nonsense. Why would you give them such conflicting messages?

There is no easy or pain-free way out of this situation. You either speak up and lay down the law to her, which will result in her respecting your new-found boldness and go-getting attitute (and will have other long term knock-on benefits to you in married life), OR you continue treading on egg shells and it's confirmed to her that you're a complete walkover devoid of any courage and principles, and someone who doesn't deserve any respect.

What will it be?

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They wear turbans and mimic sikhs but they are not sikhs. They follow their own some old rubbish and it is disgraceful. They smoke and they make no sense to mainstream sikhs that follow the Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Have you ever seen their followers, their faces look so miserable and unhappy like slapped kippers. Miserable, resentful unhappy lot, that's who they all are.

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Also, if you do stay with this woman, then what guidance will you offer any potential children? Mummy will be getting them dressed up and ready to attend darbar to bow down to a millionaire Baba, whilst daddy will be standing on the sidelines, nervously fidgeting, wanting to object but is too afraid to in case it upsets mummy. They will grow up confused and rudderless. That's another generation of potential Sikhs lost to complete nonsense. Why would you give them such conflicting messages?

There is no easy or pain-free way out of this situation. You either speak up and lay down the law to her, which will result in her respecting your new-found boldness and go-getting attitute (and will have other long term knock-on benefits to you in married life), OR you continue treading on egg shells and it's confirmed to her that you're a complete walkover devoid of any courage and principles, and someone who doesn't deserve any respect.

What will it be?

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dude u obviously love your fiance so don't go ditching her at the last moment over this

just make it clear that u don't believe in this multimillionare dhillon dude who runs the radha swami business empire

(obviously u can express that a bit more politely and sugarcoat it)

but just make it clear that you want your kids raised as normal sikhs

that's it, problem solved + u both live happily ever after. if u play ur cards right u can free her from the bs of the rs cult.

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Sorry all you people are wrong. Our guru granth sahib ji states clearly we shouldn't talk negative about any other faith, or religion. I am sikh 25 year old , who regularly attends gurdwara sahib ji , I am radha soami and I fully believe in the guru granth sahib ji more than you..Rather than paying attention to other faiths, you should practice what you think is right.If people are radha soamis or not they are no different to you , and they are human beings just like us. All I can say is the guru granth sahib ji states clearly, you should look for a living master, poora guruan de khooj karoo.Do your research !!! Find out the truth.There centres all over world!

Many sikhs eat meat and drinks

, it's states in the guru granth sahib on page 1377 we should not consume any of these. We still do it.

We can talk bad about anything and everyone. We should first look in the mirror as we are not all saints.

Hope this message can bring peace and stop stupid posts.

Wahe guru ji Ka kalsa , Wahe guru ji ki fatteh! !!!

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Paneer monster, you wrong and other people supporting him. Many sikhs eat meat and drink even though it states in the guru granth sahib ji. I love my baba ji and he takes care of everyone. No one is brain washed my friend. We choose to be on this path as it's the truth and nothing but the truth. We 100% believe in the guru granth sahib ji.

What religion is kabir sahib ji ??

Sheikh farid ji ** they were muslims, what was guru nanak dev ji message there is no religion. All ,each guru has done is spread the word of naam. As babaji ( the current master is doing) guru granth ji won't come and collect you at time of death neither will the gurus.As you are not connected to the shabad within. A true master only can connect you to the shabad. So please rather than having bellies aches and making false statements , do some more research and be a good sikh yourself and stop paying attention on other beliefs.Be sikh and good citizen and do exactly what the guru granth sahib says be humble and do what you think is best not paying attention at others, many people have made statements and the same people are know babajis followers. So stop this nonsense and try better yourself before posting lies.

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