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Sangat, what is it called or known as when recite  paath of mool mantar  on your tongue throughout periods of the day? Is this a stage?

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On 20/03/2018 at 3:05 PM, Guest Abhiyasi said:

Sangat, what is it called or known as when recite  paath of mool mantar  on your tongue throughout periods of the day? Is this a stage?

 

 

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On ‎20‎/‎03‎/‎2018 at 3:05 PM, Guest Abhiyasi said:

Sangat, what is it called or known as when recite  paath of mool mantar  on your tongue throughout periods of the day? Is this a stage?

It's called Bakhari bani jaap and is stage 1 of 4.

1.Bakhari Bani (vocal recitation)

2. Madhama Bani (whisper and jaap with every breath) 

3. Pasanti Bani (mental internal jaap faster than the breath leading to ajapa japa - mind chants on its own without effort)

4. Para Bani (This is where one begins to hear naam and different sounds of anhad)

 

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On 20/3/2018 at 3:05 PM, Guest Abhiyasi said:

Sangat, what is it called or known as when recite  paath of mool mantar  on your tongue throughout periods of the day? Is this a stage?

 

On 25/3/2018 at 7:52 PM, Sat1176 said:

It's called Bakhari bani jaap and it stage 1 of 4

1.Bakhari Bani (vocal recitation)

2. Madhama Bani (whisper and jaap with every breath) 

3. Pasanti Bani (mental internal jaap faster than the breath leading to ajapa japa - mind chants on its own without effort)

4. Para Bani (This is where one begins to hear naam and different sounds of anhad)

 

Guest Abhiyasi,

yes it is definitely  a stage of progress, and as brother Sat1176  has mentioned above by naming them, there are 4 stages in the jaap practice.

But our goal as sikhs, is to cross above all those stages, and with His kirpa, His Nam, reach the final one, when one becomes one with Him, Satnam/Wahiguru Akal Purukh.

The job of the jaap, is to get us purified, and to enable our surtee, in blending or merging, in the all pervading Nam, that is when the Bani says:

Nanak Nam jahaaz hae, jin chareeya se utareeya paar. 

For then, the tan(body) and man(astral and causal bodies), are left behind, and it is the surtee alone, which proceeds further and higher, until it reaches His abode, and merges in Him.

Stay blessed.

Sat Sree Akal.

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