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Can anyone give me some simran tips. I try to listen to myself saying waheguru.

Sometimes I feel a lot of emotion, sometimes I feel like I am just saying Waheguru and it’s all blank.

I feel like when I was making progress in feeling a lot of love my stupid ego ruined it because I told someone and now nothing.

I just want to be close to Waheguru and spiritually progress and stop caring about worldly rubbish and control my panj chor and just basically eventually go to the right place 😫

 

 

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Practice Naam Simran in a park or any natural spots like lakes and mountains.

If this isn’t possible make a special room in your house.

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8 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Practice Naam Simran in a park or any natural spots like lakes and mountains.

If this isn’t possible make a special room in your house.

Yes I do it in a gurbani/ simran room in the house. I feel more in tune at amrit vela time than the day though I think. Unfortunately I didn’t put my alarm on last night though and caught up in the day.

I also found if I watch normal tv then I’m not saying Waheguru as much generally on non simran times. So I’m trying to stop watching much tv and only if it’s sikh related... apart from an occasional episode to a series here and there 

 

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It's quite different for everyone tbh  I can concentrate more when its dark!  I'm not sure why that is   I really cant concentrate when the room is really bright.  So I do most my simran around 9pm in my room. 

Try using a mala if it helps? 

I also can concentrate when I go out for a walk in the evening. Outdoors does help aswell. 

Sometimes after you have watched a katha etc and your mind really connected then start doing simran. 

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3 hours ago, learningkaur said:

Hi

Can anyone give me some simran tips. I try to listen to myself saying waheguru.

Sometimes I feel a lot of emotion, sometimes I feel like I am just saying Waheguru and it’s all blank.

I feel like when I was making progress in feeling a lot of love my stupid ego ruined it because I told someone and now nothing.

I just want to be close to Waheguru and spiritually progress and stop caring about worldly rubbish and control my panj chor and just basically eventually go to the right place 😫

 

 

This video provides a detail answer to your question.

 

 

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Follow Sant Jawala Singh Ji's method. It opens up Dasam Duaar. 

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5 minutes ago, Singh1989 said:

Follow Sant Jawala Singh Ji's method. It opens up Dasam Duaar. 

Interesting. Could you post the method. Because I’ve read their Jeewani.

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3 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Interesting. Could you post the method. Because I’ve read their Jeewani.

From society of saints bio. 

Always do it Amritvela. One eye is closed and other is open, staring at your own nose. This helps with concentration. Within a few weeks both eyes should be closed and at this stage focus should be greatly up. Naamjaap should be done loud, only u should be able to hear it with own ears at this stage. Second stage Naamjaap happens in throat. The meditator will get tired recitation takes place in throat. Second stage comes months later NOT automatically, like "Oh am fed up! Let's go 2nd stage," so stages will occur naturally. Third stage meditation happens in heart. 4th stage in belly. 5th stage is saas-graas where meditation takes place 24 hours Jaap happens within the meditator plus rom-rom, where all hair on body meditates. Final stage is Dasam Duaar opens up. 

How long for final stage? Depends on one's dedication and how far they kept from panj Chor/ Maya in their daily lives. Keep away for 6 months THEN amazing things happen. A year later revelations may take place. Dasam Duaar can even open up within 5 years. But yeah do things like masturbation THEN it'll b back to square one. Like literally. 

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1 hour ago, Singh1989 said:

From society of saints bio. 

Always do it Amritvela. One eye is closed and other is open, staring at your own nose. This helps with concentration. Within a few weeks both eyes should be closed and at this stage focus should be greatly up. Naamjaap should be done loud, only u should be able to hear it with own ears at this stage. Second stage Naamjaap happens in throat. The meditator will get tired recitation takes place in throat. Second stage comes months later NOT automatically, like "Oh am fed up! Let's go 2nd stage," so stages will occur naturally. Third stage meditation happens in heart. 4th stage in belly. 5th stage is saas-graas where meditation takes place 24 hours Jaap happens within the meditator plus rom-rom, where all hair on body meditates. Final stage is Dasam Duaar opens up. 

How long for final stage? Depends on one's dedication and how far they kept from panj Chor/ Maya in their daily lives. Keep away for 6 months THEN amazing things happen. A year later revelations may take place. Dasam Duaar can even open up within 5 years. But yeah do things like masturbation THEN it'll b back to square one. Like literally. 

Thanks a lot - I will try this.

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6 hours ago, puzzled said:

It's quite different for everyone tbh  I can concentrate more when its dark!  I'm not sure why that is   I really cant concentrate when the room is really bright.  So I do most my simran around 9pm in my room. 

Try using a mala if it helps? 

I also can concentrate when I go out for a walk in the evening. Outdoors does help aswell. 

Sometimes after you have watched a katha etc and your mind really connected then start doing simran. 


I prefer when I can only hear my voice, so I assumed outside the other noise would put me off but I will try it thank you

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On 6/22/2020 at 8:27 PM, learningkaur said:

Thanks a lot - I will try this.

Seriously, don’t try that.

The authority of giving someone the jugat for dasam duar belongs strictly to Satguru Nanak Dev Ji.

Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji starts with praise of God - Ik onkar to Gurparsad. Then comes the first teaching which is ‘Jap’.

That’s all you need to do. Do as much Waheguru and mool mantar jaap as you can. Things are actually happening when you do jaap but you can’t see it. Naam is the only thing to clean paap with. So you need to keep cleaning and cleaning your paap until you start to see parkash inside. 

Every step of the spiritual journey Guru sahib them self will guide you.

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15 hours ago, learningkaur said:

Thanks a lot - I will try this

Do try it and ignore Singh375. Unfortunately he's not only misguided but states mool mantar is from Ik-oankar to Jap WHEN it is Ik-oankar to Hosee bhi sach. 

But rather than arguing farther, read Society of Saints should u get the chance and decide for yourself.

Although Singh375 deserves literally one credit... "It takes minutes." YES! If it's up to God he can b obtained within minutes. 

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2 hours ago, Singh1989 said:

Do try it and ignore Singh375. Unfortunately he's not only misguided but states mool mantar is from Ik-oankar to Jap WHEN it is Ik-oankar to Hosee bhi sach. 

But rather than arguing farther, read Society of Saints should u get the chance and decide for yourself.

Although Singh375 deserves literally one credit... "It takes minutes." YES! If it's up to God he can b obtained within minutes. 

I said up to gurparsad is a praise, then comes the first teaching. I didn’t even mention my view on mool mantar which btw I do believe is to Nanak hosi bi sach. 

You’re trying to advise someone based on what you’ve read. I’m doing it based on personal experience. That’s the only clash here 🤷🏼‍♂️

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First close your eyes and sit comfortably with your shoulder straight. Don't open your eyes, then contemplate that waheguru is everywhere and only thou alone exist in the whole world.if you do it for few minutes then you can chant waheguru and it's also mandatory to listen to whatever you're chanting at that moment, it will keep your focus on theantra and one more thing never chant it quickly, chant it slowly slowly try to chant it with love or from your heart. If you do it this way then you would be amazed after it.

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