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We AmritDhari are not supposed to masturbate. If anytime, you think of masturbating, think of your sister and then this urge would go away. It is not normal for us AmritDharis to masturbate. Guru Sahib has made us into his saroop. So we should think again what are we doing? I consider this question to be degrading whether we should masturbate or not. Why? Can't you spend time in Naam Simran that you have to think of other women and masturbate? Are we becoming frustrated like scumbags of other religions? Don't masturbate. Anyone who supports it, he should remember his sister then let me see if he can masturbate.

Masturbating is sin in Sikhi.

Kaam Shakti must not be wasted. Save it for your Sikhni. She will admire it. Maybe because of such attitude that we have, our own Sikhnis don't marry us because we degenarate ourselves before marriage into such wasteful habits.

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Veere Kaam is one of the really strongest vice. Only time it can be controlled is, if we are connected to the shabad guru. Wake up early at 3 am. Do the jaap of moolmantra and gurmantra for 45 minutes. Then do panj baniyaan. Never forget to do the ardaas after. Ardaas is really strong and ask for gurusahibs help. Routine banao apni. Do sehaj path everyday even 1 ang everyday helps. Read gurbani with meanings. Try to understand what pita ji id saying. Do ardaass.....

Bhul chuckan di maafi,

Daaas

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Guest Gupti

I have been doing this for 1.5 years. I finally reduced it and will be stopping. I think that maybe I can help you. You first need to want to stop and your only going to stop when the reason you did it in the first place has gone.

I would say to stop successfully you need to set yourself targets and then limit yourself. Then start to reduce the sessions until you drop to zero and if you stick to your targets you will be fine. It worked for me.

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So moderator you deleted some of the contents of my post. What I really wanted to put forward is that masturbation is not due to kaam.

What if you masturbate to discover yourself and understand the controls of your body? Surely in that case it's justified as there is no kaam.

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Tighten your kacha veer ji its a difficult task to stop.

From own experience, what helps with me that i can go without it for weeks by doing simran during amritvela and listening to kirtan/simran as much as I can especially if your on the laptop just listening will tune your mind off of during such activity. But I have to be honest the rush starts kicking in always after a week in and more simran is needed to be done in order for me to focus and not get distracted by lust its a tough task but with simran and ardaas it can be cut off for good. For advice, start off a fresh day with amritvela path and simran and for that whole day focus on positive vibes that take your mind off of lust. Once you achieve day 1, try to get in the same notion and it might not work right away it can take weeks or months but getting into that habit might help.

I Heard a talk on Sikh2inspire about Kaam being a king of the court of the five vices which in a way I believe to be true . It seems to me the more books I read about Gursikh gems I can conclude some have mentioned kaam being the toughest vice to control for them of course due to them being celibate when talking about mahapurakhs. Back on topic, your not the only one going through this notion of fighting kaam, it'll affect you if you don't control yourself without doing simran your spirituality will fall apart. In other words, don't let kaam control you , it should be you controlling kaam in the end.

do extra chapaui sahib path too

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Tighten your kacha veer ji its a difficult task to stop.

From own experience, what helps with me that i can go without it for weeks by doing simran during amritvela and listening to kirtan/simran as much as I can especially if your on the laptop just listening will tune your mind off of during such activity. But I have to be honest the rush starts kicking in always after a week in and more simran is needed to be done in order for me to focus and not get distracted by lust its a tough task but with simran and ardaas it can be cut off for good. For advice, start off a fresh day with amritvela path and simran and for that whole day focus on positive vibes that take your mind off of lust. Once you achieve day 1, try to get in the same notion and it might not work right away it can take weeks or months but getting into that habit might help.

I Heard a talk on Sikh2inspire about Kaam being a king of the court of the five vices which in a way I believe to be true . It seems to me the more books I read about Gursikh gems I can conclude some have mentioned kaam being the toughest vice to control for them of course due to them being celibate when talking about mahapurakhs. Back on topic, your not the only one going through this notion of fighting kaam, it'll affect you if you don't control yourself without doing simran your spirituality will fall apart. In other words, don't let kaam control you , it should be you controlling kaam in the end.

do extra chapaui sahib path too

So I should do Amrit Vela? (I don't currently wake-up early enough).

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What if you masturbate to discover yourself and understand the controls of your body?

Lol that's the reason is it? Here I thought all those obscene teenage boys were getting off on naked bodies, turns out what really excited them was the knowledge that they were embarking upon a numinous quest of self-discovery. Somebody better call the Buddhist monks and let them know that they're going about it all wrong.

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Lol that's the reason is it? Here I thought all those obscene teenage boys were getting off on naked bodies, turns out what really excited them was the knowledge that they were embarking upon a numinous quest of self-discovery. Somebody better call the Buddhist monks and let them know that they're going about it all wrong.

Moderator keeps deleting the contents of my posts and only posts half of what I write. Some people don't masturbate thinking of the opposite gender. So some people don't have kaam. Some people masturbate for the discovery part.

Admin Note: Bibi ji, the reason for editing is that we don't want our readers to read too much in details. Make your point and be done ji.

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So I should do Amrit Vela? (I don't currently wake-up early enough).

You should try your best to do amritvels whether you wake up at 4 or 5 am or even earlier at midnight or even 1 do your nitnem and then go to sleep because sometimes school schedule can be hectic so any of those two ways can work out for getting your ninth/simran done during amritvela.

Other than that when you are alone and feel having the lustful urge, you should start simran right away where you are no matter what. That will help you overcome your mind thinking about it at that very moment.

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Admin Note: Bibi ji, the reason for editing is that we don't want our readers to read too much in details. Make your point and be done ji.

But your deleting all the information about the health benefits, well being, reduced stress levels etc.

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But your deleting all the information about the health benefits, well being, reduced stress levels etc.

You could just pm it?

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You could just pm it?

It's not worth it. The so-called benefits are outweighed by the negatives. I'm not arguing it's unnatural or you'll go to hell for it, lol, but physically and spiritually you'll feel amazing for not doing it. But if you're always thinking about lustful things and it's proving to be a distraction (in terms of a mental struggle not doing it) rather than something of benefit to you in other areas of your life, then nobody can stop you I guess.

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