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Ive always had a question in my mind say if a mona wakes up at amritvilla and starts doing nitnem then is he also getting kamai or phul out of it ! Or do you have to be amrit dhari to only get kamai ??? My cuzin asked me this question i thought it was the latter but not quite sure so plz do shed some light on this topic ! Thanks in advance...

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100% they are getting phal (fruit) and spiritual kamai (earnings). It is great that this mona is getting up at amritvela and reciting bani, surely Guru Sahib has done kirpa on this soul.

Any person, of any race/background/religion who recites Gurbani gets laabh (profit).

However one might ask then what is the point of amrit? Why not just recite Bani and forget Rehit - i.e. abstaining from intoxicants, keeping kesh (hair).....

A non-amritdhari person can recite Gurbani but until they "Chhakk Amrit" (get baptised) they will be without Naam. Gurbani gives us updesh over and over again to Jap Naam (recite Naam), without Naam we cannot meet Gobind which is the main objective in this life. The main objective of Amrit Sanchaar is to bestow the seeker with Naam.

So a non-amritdhari should continue to recite Gurbani and adopt the Rehits of Guru Sahib until finally Guru Sahib does kirpa and bestows them the gift of Amrit from the Panj Piare.

Those that are interested in walking on the path of Gursikhi should definitely recite as much Gurbani as possible, especially Mool Mantar and nitnem banees such as Jap ji Sahib and Rehraas Sahib.

Bhul Chuk Maaaf

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Bani doesn't do any harm to anyone. It will only help you but the oerson mona or not. but take this example:

You educate yourself at home. You do not have any admission into the school/exams but you do study and learn how to read and write at home. Yes that will definately help you in life because you are able to read/write. But look at the difference, if you had admission into a school then the education woudl be of more value to you. It would be recognised.

Exactly the same way of you are an amritdhari guru ka sikh, then doing paath/sew/simran will be syored like a bank account for you.

it is like medicine. Sometimes when you are ill and see the doctor, they give you medicine (in sikhi terms: naam). Then they might also tell you to stay away from certain foods (in sikhi terms: rehat maryada: do's/dont's). You will only progress if you have taken naam from the panj pyare. So to conclude you have to be amritdhari to get full kamai.

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yes, they do.....for sure........by doing this Guru ji is making them clean their bhanda to get HIS kirpa/daat......

waking up and going path at Amrt wela itself is a big big kirpa, not everyone gets it........probably mona doing this is way much better than an amritdhari not doing this......

bhul chuk maaf

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I remember this real incident..... heard from Giani Thakur singh ji's katha.....he was doing katha in England those days.....he was talking about the higher level spiritualty......

one day at the end of the katha....a mona young sikh near about 30's followed and asked him about what happens when the surat gets to the higher level....Giani ji said I smiled and told him that it's all lie, nothing happens because he thought he was there to argue about it..........but then the guy explained that he does 8 hour simran daily and now when he comes to Gurdwara,,,Sant baba Isher Singh Rarha sahib will come to him from the saroop of Guru Granth Sahib ji and put his hand over his head and then go back into the saroop........Giani ji said he was surprised to hear that,,,,,,,then Giani ji shared the gurmat info regarding that with him......Giani ji said probably that guy was born because of Babji's Bachans......and have so much kirpa.......

kaiaan te Amrit shakan ton pehlan kirpa ho jandi hai, kaiaa te baachon...it all depends on Guruj's raza, bakhshish and kirpa......

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If a Mona wakes up at Amritvela does Paath he will get spiritual phal for this, that is why I feel that a Mona should do atleast the Nitnem if nothing else. It's only 7 Banis, but it will make Guru Jee happy with you and that is what matters, Paath cuts many bad karmas plus increases Kamaee. But as you follow more and more hukams(rehit) of Guru Jee, you will get more Phal for the same effort. You get what you put in, the more rehit you put in the better. So a Sikh keeping/obeying Rahit is on a fast track on increasing his Kamaee.

Ultimately a Sikh needs to realize how blessed we are to have human joon and even more blessed to be associated with the Sarb Sresht of all Dharms i.e Sikh Dharm. Only by doing a lot of good Karams in our previous lifetimes were we blessed to be associated with the Sikh dharm in this lifetime. So to pass away our temporary and short existence in this world and not fully taking advantage of this opportunity to become spiritually enlightened as per Gurmat would be a shame. We should not want to take another birth which is full of dukh.

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If a person with cut hair continally does Nitnem with prem and upholds all other rehat (honesty, integrity, respect, hardwork, etc.) I have no doubt he or she will gradually feel the pull of Amrit. It's impossible for them not to.

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I know of someone very close to me who does almost 7 Sukhmani Sahib Path several Jap Ji Sahib deh path (I'm not sure of how many) everyday, she has not taken Amrit. She has had darshan of Guru Ram Das Ji twice already. So Kamaii does count as stated above, Waheguru Ji works in great ways. Whomever he wants as a devotee will become his ardent devotee in any shape or form.

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A mona can be at a higher spiritual level and state of mind than an amritdhari.

I have known quite a few who are quite advanced and had darshan.

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A mona can be at a higher spiritual level and state of mind than an amritdhari.

I have known quite a few who are quite advanced and had darshan.

Really. So what excuse have these monas given you for not becoming Sikhs

despite being "quite advanced."

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Thanks guys for shedding some light on this topic reading dis most of my monay cuzins will be happy! Another little question when im at work i get bored nd start doing the mool mantr but im still concentrating on my work not fully concentrating on the mantr by doing dis do i still recieve phal from it ?

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