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For example if one made mistakes, but then their life revolves around doing or listening to path and simran in their last 10 years. Slowly starts to be more Gursikh for example stopping the judgemental gossip etc.... hasn't done much seva as by the time they really became a Gursikh they were too old to but did a lot of simran (like a couple of hours during Amrit vela for years and years)... actively says they want to go Waheguru... also passes during Amrit vela with asa di // on.... would they make it?

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It’s so hard to answer this for you, it depends on your past janams how much bhagati was done, how much paralabdh is left, and where your avastha is at now. But also it depends on Guru Granth Sahib Ji, they are the living Guru, if they decide to look at you with kirpa dristhe then you will obtain sachkhand without the body needing to die. This is called jeevan mukat

Keeping your rehat parpak, Simran, shabad abiyaas, sadh sangat, seva these are your ‘steps in the right direction’ 

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4 hours ago, Singh375 said:

It’s so hard to answer this for you, it depends on your past janams how much bhagati was done, how much paralabdh is left, and where your avastha is at now. But also it depends on Guru Granth Sahib Ji, they are the living Guru, if they decide to look at you with kirpa dristhe then you will obtain sachkhand without the body needing to die. This is called jeevan mukat

Keeping your rehat parpak, Simran, shabad abiyaas, sadh sangat, seva these are your ‘steps in the right direction’ 

Thanks I’m asking because of my amritdhari grandparent who passed away and I always wonder if they made it. I hope they did. It’s where they really wanted to go.

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On 7/17/2020 at 9:37 PM, Guest 2020 said:

For example if one made mistakes, but then their life revolves around doing or listening to path and simran in their last 10 years. Slowly starts to be more Gursikh for example stopping the judgemental gossip etc.... hasn't done much seva as by the time they really became a Gursikh they were too old to but did a lot of simran (like a couple of hours during Amrit vela for years and years)... actively says they want to go Waheguru... also passes during Amrit vela with asa di // on.... would they make it?

It’s not the aim to get to the actual Sachkandh realm after death. That’s not Truth. 
 

It’s about living the Truth whilst alive. Sachkandh is the realm of Truth. So applying Gurbani practically to your life, being a good soul, is the aim. To live in the moment, experience and enjoy life. We don’t live for tomorrow, we live for today. You can live Sachkandh on earth now. 
 

Waheguru is already here... he’s everything and everyone you see and everything and everyone you don’t. 

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10 minutes ago, Sat1 said:

It’s not the aim to get to the actual Sachkandh realm after death. That’s not Truth. 
 

It’s about living the Truth whilst alive. Sachkandh is the realm of Truth. So applying Gurbani practically to your life, being a good soul, is the aim. To live in the moment, experience and enjoy life. We don’t live for tomorrow, we live for today. You can live Sachkandh on earth now. 
 

Waheguru is already here... he’s everything and everyone you see and everything and everyone you don’t. 

That's not what Gurbani says exactly...like usual

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Naam simran is the only way. You don’t get mukhti after death. Mukhti is only achieved while you are alive. You have to reach sachkhand/Turiya avastha/ dasam dwar while you are alive. You don’t go to sachkhand after death, we need to reach there before we die through simran. Jeevan mukhti. Gurmukhs have told me those who are serious about naam simran should do at least 3-4 hours everyday (normally gursikhs do about 2 hours). 

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6 minutes ago, 1Anonymous1 said:

Naam simran is the only way. You don’t get mukhti after death. Mukhti is only achieved while you are alive. You have to reach sachkhand/Turiya avastha/ dasam dwar while you are alive. You don’t go to sachkhand after death, we need to reach there before we die through simran. Jeevan mukhti. Gurmukhs have told me those who are serious about naam simran should do at least 3-4 hours everyday (normally gursikhs do about 2 hours). 

Verily true Bro.

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1 hour ago, Sat1 said:

It’s not the aim to get to the actual Sachkandh realm after death. That’s not Truth. 
 

It’s about living the Truth whilst alive. Sachkandh is the realm of Truth. So applying Gurbani practically to your life, being a good soul, is the aim. To live in the moment, experience and enjoy life. We don’t live for tomorrow, we live for today. You can live Sachkandh on earth now. 
 

Waheguru is already here... he’s everything and everyone you see and everything and everyone you don’t. 

Very good answer.

Thanks.

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It all depends on  how much time of our life we live as per Gurmat.

Gurbani says: Prabh ka simran, garb na baseh.

The more we do His simran as stated by the 2 posters above, the more we get nearer to that Supreme Truth of Nam, until we get merged into it, but at the same time being a human being, without any arrogance or wickedness. Donkeys have no place in Sach Khand.

That´s it

 

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18 minutes ago, 1Anonymous1 said:

Naam simran is the only way. You don’t get mukhti after death. Mukhti is only achieved while you are alive. You have to reach sachkhand/Turiya avastha/ dasam dwar while you are alive. You don’t go to sachkhand after death, we need to reach there before we die through simran. Jeevan mukhti. Gurmukhs have told me those who are serious about naam simran should do at least 3-4 hours everyday (normally gursikhs do about 2 hours). 

So if you didn’t achieve that stage you don’t make it? so realistically most Amrit dhari don’t even make it?  

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51 minutes ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

These Gurmukh Pyare explain that the Panj Khands are real habitable places. 

It's true but there's no point trying to explain. You have to reach your asthool body (astral body) then you will experience it yourself.

Like person above says, naam simran is the only way. So I'll just say however much effort someone puts in, that's how much they will see of sachkhand.

A gurmukh's avastha becomes such that closing their eyes they are in sachkhand, opening them they are back in the body

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  • You reach saachkhand after death (gurmukh saints)
  • Blessed gurmukh saints soul gets away from 84 lakh joon. 
  • Saying saachkhand is not in existence is saying hell is not true as well
  • Saying you get saachkhand while you live on earth is same as saying you will get punished while staying on earth. 
  • Saying saachkhand is not there after death is like hell does not exist; which means  papi like KPS GILL will not get any hisab kitaab after he died.
  • Saying saachkhand does not exist after death/mukhti is saying there is no dharamraj or lekha dekha after death/mukhti.
  • Same what missionaries are saying that hell and saachkhand are on earth and there is nothing after death. 
  • Dharam raj is there and soul will be answerable for everything in the court of dharamraj.
  • Living and practicing gurus teaching will progress your soul and also convert your past bad karam to good ones. 
  • With good deeds on earth and doing bhagti and naam simran in every saas (breath), you will get blessings of gurus and protection. 
  • Take one step toward waheguru, Akal Purakh takes thousands out to reach you.
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2 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

These Gurmukh Pyare explain that the Panj Khands are real habitable places. 

Hanji, I meant if you haven’t done the kamee you won’t reach there after death, you’ll go to however much kamayee you have done. Dargah, Swarg, narak, or the khands. One of these places are inevitable for everyone. 

That’s what I’ve been told and what little I have understood from gurbani. Obviously they are real otherwise how would you reach there lol. It wouldn’t make sense to only do kamayee up to gyaan khand and expect to go to sachkhand after death, you would only go to where you have reached. 

Bhul chukh maaf

 

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