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Throat Hurting From Reading Paath

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Recently, daas has started a Sava Lakh (125,000) Paath and also does a 1111 Jaap from time to time. Meaning that most of the day, due to jaap and Nitnem along with more Bani i'm using my voice, and throat a lot of the day.

Often, by the afternoon my throat is fairly sore and even my cheeks get fatigued. I know it's not that serious but it's a bit off putting then to recite more Paath, as i'm not there yet to recite it in my head and talking more just hurts, especially when your talking continuously for hours.

Does this subside with time? any remedies or tips?

Thanks

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you could try just moving the tongue and mouth but not using your voice. or doing it silently in your mind. if concentration is a problem try switching between these so you can rest your voice. you can also google methods used by opera singers to keep their voice in good condition and adopt some of those methods.

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Whole point of sava lakh patth is to first start with jaap(Audible) as birthi/surti becomes more subtle and subtle, one starts doing sava lakh patt with mind instead of doing with tongue, moving towards ajapa jap avastha.

If your throat start hurting, then i suggest you start doing sava lakh patt with mind (reading it internally within mind).

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Sava Lakh Path can you do walking, driveing to work or needs to be done sitting .. Dass Wish Could do it.. with maharajs help.. What are the key point or jukties to use..PLZ share..

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Sava Lakh Path can you do it walking, driveing and stuff, or it needs to be done sitting .. I Wish Could do it.. only with maharajs kirpa.. What are the key point or jukties to use..PLZ share..

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I had this issue when I first did 125,000 moolmantar jaap. See it as a test from Mahraji testing your commitment :) after a while it'll stop effecting you.

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Chalisa for 40 days (although not mandatory but recommended) also helps one do sava lakh patt. Chalisa for 40 days have very strict maryada, you can read more about it from sant jagjit singh harkhowale- books soceity of saints/bhannu parkash/sohail parkash.

Whole point of chalisa as well to set jaigaso in a strict discipline routine and strict abhyaas.

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N30SINGH..where can i find that, I see some singhs done it before plz share you experience and again your jugktis, problems and solutions .

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Thanks for the quick replies, it's getting easier to read paath in my head as i go along but not enough to be able to do so continuously. Usually i start at out aloud for about a thousand jaaps, then after that i can do the jaap in my head. it's just a sore throat is so irritating lol.

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re: voice, i would say, practice singing. hold the notes, then go lower down the scale >>slowly<<.. it gives balance. and can help you with jaap for longer out loud. but bottom line, the voice etc, is a muscle. and u have to rest it.

doing jaap out loud is reely good, and using your tongue while the jaap is going anhad, (the whole reason for a jaap), is also very belificial.

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