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Hello. I am thinking of taking amrit but i have a few questions, i will ask the panj pyare about this as well, but i wish to practice rehat before taking amrit.

1. How did you feel after taking amrit?

2. When you did naam simran or nitnem did your concentration increase?

3. what happens if you miss waking up at amrit vela, do you just do ardaas?

4. If you miss amrit vela for more than 2 or 3 days then do you have to go pesh?

5. If you know that, for example, hair will come out when you scratch your beard or legs and stuff but you still scratch it, will you have to go pesh? (some of the pesh topics are making me paranoid)

6. When taking a shower, where do you put your kangha? Do you just put it in your kacchera or something?

7. Do you have to wash your hair everyday? (i will ask panj pyare about this one)

8. If i go to school and uni and stuff and  i am not allowed to carry a "big" kirpan can i carry a small one? When i mean big i mean something that i will be able to use

9. Do you guys use 2 kirpans? One for being the in shower and the other one you just wear when not in the shower??

10. Do I have to do my entire nitnem at amritvela or? (What i mean is that, for example, i did 10 paaths, 5 of them are the minimum paaths i have to do as told by panj pyare but what about the other 5?.

 

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On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

. How did you feel after taking amrit

Taking amrit is like enetering school, only after learning more and doing more bhagti does a person start feeling the effects of amrit. It also depends on a persons previous karams.

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

2. When you did naam simran or nitnem did your concentration increase

This again comes with time and practice. You have to do naam simran and nitnem and concentrate on it. After a while your mind gets in tune with it.

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

what happens if you miss waking up at amrit vela, do you just do ardaas?

Yea just do ardaas, but dont beat yourself over missing it. That just makes your mind depressed 

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

4. If you miss amrit vela for more than 2 or 3 days then do you have to go pesh

No you do not need to go pesh. Pesh is only for the 4 bajjar kurheits

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

. If you know that, for example, hair will come out when you scratch your beard or legs and stuff but you still scratch it, will you have to go pesh? (some of the pesh topics are making me paranoid)

No you do not need to go pesh, cause you dont do it with intent. I scratch my beard all the time and hair sometimes comes out but that doesn’t require pesh.

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

6. When taking a shower, where do you put your kangha? Do you just put it in your kacchera or something?

Put it either in your dhari or on your gatra

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

Do you have to wash your hair everyday? (i will ask panj pyare about this one)

No, its good if you can but it is not mandatory. According to puratan rehit a person can go up to 4 days without washing their hair, but if a person wants to do guru sahib seva or be in the presence of maharaj then you have to

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

If i go to school and uni and stuff and  i am not allowed to carry a "big" kirpan can i carry a small one? When i mean big i mean something that i will be able to use

At work i wear a six inch kirpan and at home i wear a nine inch kirpan. 

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

9. Do you guys use 2 kirpans? One for being the in shower and the other one you just wear when not in the shower??

I know some people who do have two kirpans but it is not necessary 

On 7/28/2018 at 8:58 PM, Guest NAME said:

Do I have to do my entire nitnem at amritvela or? (What i mean is that, for example, i did 10 paaths, 5 of them are the minimum paaths i have to do as told by panj pyare but what about the other 5?.

Nitnem is 5 morning banis and 2 evening banis. The morning banis have to be done in the morning. The 2 evening banis have to be done at night. Extra banis can be done whenever you feel like it

 

2 hours ago, puzzled said:

hy isn't anyone answering this guys questions?  To busy debating over Buddha and Buddhism I guess lol

People like to debate more nowdays and help as less as possible

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