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On 11/26/2020 at 10:43 AM, MisterrSingh said:

You disingenuous cowards and frauds always resort to deception in order to feel like you have the higher moral ground.

An assessment of a particular type of woman, of which there are many in today's age, is NOT an attack on all womankind. 

The distinction is lost on you clowns.

Down-vote away, it gives me strength! 😁

Are u married? Or are u still at school?

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Agreed, nowadays people just treat Guru Sahib and Our Pavitaar Bani like nothing.

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh  No that would be me. Bhand Janmeeai Bhand Ninmeeai Bhand Mangan Veeahu From Woman,Man is born,within woman,man is conceived,to woman he is

You disingenuous cowards and frauds always resort to deception in order to feel like you have the higher moral ground. An assessment of a particular type of woman, of which there are many in toda

4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Is there a footnote or addendum for Chatropokhiyan that states, "Not All Women"? Or is it something that's considered to be assumed and not worth mentioning? 

You can play with words and claim others who highlight these issues are slandering all women, but nothing in what's been stated targets every single woman alive. You can lie and force through your agenda, but then that just reveals your spiritual posturing to be as hollow and meaningless as your arguments.

Do you know what statistical data is? It's drawing on information and data to present an inference based on various characteristics that are a broad occurrence, with the theory of probability, that doesn't take into account outlying extremes. 

It is as simple as that. And if this needs to be stated anytime a sensitive discussion occurs on this site, then you folk are in serious trouble up ahead.  

There are generalisations which are actually truth.

Here is a generalisation, men are physically stronger than women and are quite capable of overpowering one and getting his way if he so chooses to do so. Men are far more physically aggressive, that is a truth. But as men the vast majority of us will not do that.

No one will ever dispute that.

Women in general because they are less physically imposing understand this very well, so they have to deploy other things at their disposal, like cunning. To get what they need they will utilise the methods of manipulation. That is a fact. It is not that every woman will, but every woman could.

This is part of the base nature of women. This is not any hatred, this is just an objective reality.

Now if a man was to impose physically his will on any female, if caught doing so, will be in a physical altercation with other men as it is natural for men to protect those who are weaker.

However, how many women will defend a man (other than his mother or sister) if he is being psychologically or emotionally tortured by a highly cunning manipulative woman.

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Koi said:

Sant Isher Singh Ji Maharaj verify this in one of their recorded kathas (available online), as do Sant Waryam Singh Ji Ratwara Sahib Wale in 2 of their kathas (also available online, the mention Suleman by name). I can't remember what the links are to their katha, as it's been many years since I heard them. They are available on gurmatveechar.com.

All true.

I think one of the reasons that people question the recording is because the ghost speaks Urdu though it claims to come from Persia, but people don't realize that ghosts have the ability to do pretty much anything! they can lie and deceive us too, and do some pretty evil things and ruin peoples lives. I think they lack that human compassion. 

Just because it is speaking Urdu does not mean its fake, ghosts/spirits can be very powerful. 

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25 minutes ago, Khalsa2012 said:

I didnt actually mean it in insulting way. 

 

Btw dont have what?

 

 

Do you actual think its a good idea to ask your wife if she has been or thinking about cheating?  If you do, than you are very naive.  

The current generation has proven one thing.  Their basic desires are the forces driving them further away from institutions like religion.  Women have made it a righteous action to put their bodies on display by wearing skin tight clothes and/or clothes that cover very little.  The percentage of women who are from the age of 16 to 45 who don't dress in this manner or behave like self entitled twats is maybe 10%.  Then there are the ones who try to fit in but they also are a small minority,  maybe 5%.  Instagram even has the bibi with a dastar on her head but she is wearing revealing clothing or skin tight clothes to show case her body to men.  

Sikhi camps have been experiment centers.  These camps have revealed how women have degraded themselves to objects because they put themselves on display for men. Human instincts like sexual appeal was hidden by older generations.  Not for the current generations coming up.  They completely put it on display in the open and flaunt it.  

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3 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

Do you actual think its a good idea to ask your wife if she has been or thinking about cheating?  If you do, than you are very naive.  

The current generation has proven one thing.  Their basic desires are the forces driving them further away from institutions like religion.  Women have made it a righteous action to put their bodies on display by wearing skin tight clothes and/or clothes that cover very little.  The percentage of women who are from the age of 16 to 45 who don't dress in this manner or behave like self entitled twats is maybe 10%.  Then there are the ones who try to fit in but they also are a small minority,  maybe 5%.  Instagram even has the bibi with a dastar on her head but she is wearing revealing clothing or skin tight clothes to show case her body to men.  

Sikhi camps have been experiment centers.  These camps have revealed how women have degraded themselves to objects because they put themselves on display for men. Human instincts like sexual appeal was hidden by older generations.  Not for the current generations coming up.  They completely put it on display in the open and flaunt it.  

What u on about?? Why u quoting this to me??

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...coming back to the original topic...

This tape is definitely worth a listen. The one line I'll never forget is when he is talking about Guru Nanak Dev Ji and all his forms, he says:

"Guru Nanak khuda taa, khuda ye bhi khuda hai, dono baraabar hai koi fark nahi!"

Guru Nanak was God, he (referring to Sant Isher Singh Ji Maharaj) is also God, they are both the same, no difference. 

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I believe in this kind of stuff, I just don't believe a spirit can attach uninvited, especially to a Gursikh in posession of Gurmantra. 

I will say it seems some things wait for you to stop Jaaping Naam then move in to attack, but how could Suleman endure the Simran sessions? No way. 

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4 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

I believe in this kind of stuff, I just don't believe a spirit can attach uninvited, especially to a Gursikh in posession of Gurmantra. 

I will say it seems some things wait for you to stop Jaaping Naam then move in to attack, but how could Suleman endure the Simran sessions? No way. 

Suleman didnt attach to a Gursikh. The guy who initially came to Sant Isher wasnt a gursikh. He also was quite young. He was hanging around the grave and i think he disrespected the grave. Theres alot of small detail. 

 

And ye u are right. Ghost cant just attach to anyone who does naam japna. These things are there but they only affect us if we entertain them. Best thing is ignore them and jap naam. That way Maharaj will protect u. 

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4 hours ago, Khalsa2012 said:

Suleman didnt attach to a Gursikh. The guy who initially came to Sant Isher wasnt a gursikh. He also was quite young. He was hanging around the grave and i think he disrespected the grave. Theres alot of small detail. 

 

And ye u are right. Ghost cant just attach to anyone who does naam japna. These things are there but they only affect us if we entertain them. Best thing is ignore them and jap naam. That way Maharaj will protect u. 

Thank you friend. I was ignorant of the story and googled just enough to kind of have an idea, and apparently didn't get the correct jist. 

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