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Sangat Ji, how do you dispose of your old Dastaars?

 

I tend to use some old Dastaars as keski's to wear when at home, doing sports (which I rarely do), going to sleep or on that occasional lazy cant be bother day however, I have built up a massive collection of old Dastaars now (all in suitcases) which need to be disposed of. 

 

I wouldn't bin them as I feel this would be disrespect. 

 

How do you dispose of them? Burn them the same as with fallen Kes?

 

Any suggestions of the best method with full respect would be much appreciated?

 

Akaaaaaaaal!

 

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yes I would do sanskar of them along with kes...simple enough, keeping suitcases full seems a bit much

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Just now, jkvlondon said:

yes I would do sanskar of them along with kes...simple enough, keeping suitcases full seems a bit much

Hanji...

Thanks.

The reason for the suitcases was because I live alone and tend to move every few years as I rent out.

Hence why it's easier to store them in suitcases and put them aside (usually under the bed :grin).

But moving again and need to dispose of things not needed due to lack of space and just generally have a clear out.

Thank you Ji...

Akaal!

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2 minutes ago, SantSapai said:

Hanji...

Thanks.

The reason for the suitcases was because I live alone and tend to move every few years as I rent out.

Hence why it's easier to store them in suitcases and put them aside (usually under the bed :grin).

But moving again and need to dispose of things not needed due to lack of space and just generally have a clear out.

Thank you Ji...

Akaal!

No problem veer ji , good luck with the house move

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22 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

Use the cloth as something else.  Burning them is being foolish.  

usually dyes used leach so no good for most other purposes, besides I think most people get rid of them when they have used them upto fullest extent

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7 minutes ago, pardesanbibbi said:

This is absolutely correct.  Our dastar is a spiritual garment once it has been worn many times we leave traces of our spiritual growth on it. therefore we must make sure it is disposed of with due care and respect. We are meant to safeguard these traces which carry clues to our spiritual progress from prying eyes, especially from those with skill to seize them and use them for a negative outcome. After their incineration our auric traces are deposited in the astral realms where they remain till our spiritual jouney comes to an with our soul merging with the U.Truth.

How come you took out the bracketed part from your post....(JS Yogi)? 

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1 hour ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Did you mean JS Yogi from Seattle or HS Yogi? I am confused.

In either case they are guru ka nindaks.  Misusing Gurbani to fill their pockets.  Making cr*p up and ignorant people follow them like sheep, being lead to be slaughtered.

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13 minutes ago, kuldipk123 said:

I have never heard of J.S. Yogi ever.  But Bhai Sahib H.S. Yogi was a charistmatic figure with tremendous appeal to the public in the west.  His charisma brought many fortunate white Americans into sikhi, Bani and Bana. It is so refreshing to see how both genders, including theri children, dress in full bana. They personify humility, discipline, love for humanity and the Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Their humility is incredible!! He did a wonderful job of teaching them sikhi which they follow till this day.  They have brought a new dimension to the sikh way of life which is very interesting. I admit their gurdwaras are slightly different from the main stream sikh gurdwaras, on the whole they are very peaceful and serene.  Even their children sit down quietly and never  make any noise. Bhai Sahib was a great teacher and he managed to pull crowds just like sant Ranjit Singh Ji of Dhadrianwale.

 

 

http://www.gurmukhyoga.com/forum/index.php?id=226

Trilochan Singh, a distinguished Sikh scholar, in his 1977 book “Sikhism and Tantric Yoga,” describes Bhajan devastatingly: “Yogi Bhajan is a Sikh by birth, a Maha Tantric by choice but without training, and a ‘Sri Singh Sahib’ and self-styled leader of the Sikhs of the Western Hemisphere by fluke and mysterious strategy.” There was no mystery to his strategy. He ingratiated himself with the Sikh religious leadership in Punjab, which was more corrupt than the Vatican during the time of Martin Luther.

According to the Tantrics, the best form of worship is the fullest satisfaction of the sexual desires of man, therefore sexual intercourse is prescribed as a part of Tantric worship. In the annals of abuse of women, some had harems, others had concubines and Bhajan had secretaries. The Sikh gurus condemned the Tantrics and their practices. All the cases mentioned in The Register-Guard had merit.

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