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The reason of this topic was to see if there r types of well

Ghosts,good and bad.

Iv'e had some well good experiences with ghosts and they pretty much don't do anything.. Just like us and as I know there are some bad which try to stop devoties to jap naam. So if sangat could be the great sangat they are and please expand on this topic, thanvaad ji

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Sant Ji says "Sikh... Na bhootha praytha nu mannda"

Mann means believe. An example of it used in context," Bhai tu rabb nu mannda?"

Sikhs don't believe in ghost stuff, not important for us.

veerji santji is referring to "man da" as in pooja of devi's, and worship of matis/graves/ghosts which is sadly very common in india. Sikhi aknowledges their existance, but they are of no other importance.
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veerji santji is referring to "man da" as in pooja of devi's, and worship of matis/graves/ghosts which is sadly very common in india. Sikhi aknowledges their existance, but they are of no other importance.

Same thing really, but Sant Ji said mannda which means to believe. I don't have a punjabi dictionary but am pretty confident that is what it means.

Yes ghosts and all that exist, but most of the time people make up fake stories like pakhandi babe (I can name a few but will offend a lot of people here). If these things are observed you don't talk about it and ignore it.

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Ghost are spirits who are attached to a places or things. Even Gurbani says in one sabadh "if one thinks of mansions in his last desire he becomes a ghost" . After death white light is present around the departed spirit for few days to cross over beyond earthly dimension. Its matter of free will, nobody is going to force you to cross over if you fear punishment, guilt or attachment to hang around earth. Common places for ghosts are where there is a lot of sources of physical and emotional energy hosppital emergency rooms, theaters, law offices, police stations.......

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Ghost are spirits who are attached to a places or things. Even Gurbani says in one sabadh "if one thinks of mansions in his last desire he becomes a ghost" . After death white light is present around the departed spirit for few days to cross over beyond earthly dimension. Its matter of free will, nobody is going to force you to cross over if you fear punishment, guilt or attachment to hang around earth. Common places for ghosts are where there is a lot of sources of physical and emotional energy hosppital emergency rooms, theaters, law offices, police stations.......

Or where suicides have occurred.

Sant Singh Ji Maskeen talked about a ghost who was a Singh and an unpard buzurg lady who could recite and write Quran because she could see a Muslim ghost. Forgot exact story but it is in Dasam Dwar katha if anyone wants to listen.

It happens but the thing we have to be cautious of is fake babe makin up stories to make their following and katha appear good.

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Wow. I had no idea Sikhs believed in Ghosts. That's cool and interesting. :)

So they are a spirit detached from something, and lost I suppose?

As a Muslim myself, I don't believe ghosts are among us. But cool all the same. :)

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Wow. I had no idea Sikhs believed in Ghosts. That's cool and interesting. :)

So they are a spirit detached from something, and lost I suppose?

As a Muslim myself, I don't believe ghosts are among us. But cool all the same. :)

Hey brotha, either your post is confusing or misleading. Quran talks about Jinns which are basically same thing.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jinn

As for the Sikh perspective:

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