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3 hours ago, learningkaur said:

Why do you wear head phones?  I think its better without as then you get to hear your own voice more... 

I do it without them but sometimes with earphones. 

Listening to simran on your phone etc and repeating with it works aswell. That day I heard the knocking, i felt a floating like feeling, and when I opened my eyes it felt like I snapped out of it. 

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6 hours ago, Kaurr said:

Was it someone in your house? Whenever I hear any noises I know it's my younger brother.

My rooms in the attic and no one comes up here lol 

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4 minutes ago, puzzled said:

My rooms in the attic and no one comes up here lol 

lol we dont have any attics, not any that i know of at least. 

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Just now, Kaurr said:

lol we dont have any attics, not any that i know of at least. 

Lol so what's under your roof ?  Between the roof and the bedrooms? Some old houses here have basements aswell, some have basments in the garden, my mamas house in Wolverhampton used to have a basement back in the garden, they were used during the war I think 🤔   his new house has a basement under the actual house. 

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1 minute ago, puzzled said:

Lol so what's under your roof ?  Between the roof and the bedrooms? Some old houses here have basements aswell, some have basments in the garden, my mamas house in Wolverhampton used to have a basement back in the garden, they were used during the war I think 🤔   his new house has a basement under the actual house. 

We dont have basements. Between the roof and bedrroms we have nothing.

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2 minutes ago, Kaurr said:

We dont have basements. Between the roof and bedrroms we have nothing.

Yeah it's the nothing that you can make into a room, it's just empty space and you can make it into a room. We just get permission from the council and make it into a bedroom.

My mamas new house has a basement under the house, it's really steep down! Really cold there lol. 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Yeah it's the nothing that you can make into a room, it's just empty space and you can make it into a room. We just get permission from the council and make it into a bedroom.

My mamas new house has a basement under the house, it's really steep down! Really cold there lol. 

 

 

Our roofs arent high enough. Otherwise every immigrant would have rented someone up there lol. You basically have to crawl.

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Brilliant response by @1Anonymous1 ji 🙏🏼

Sounds heard in starting stages are mentioned in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji ang 355: 

 

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5 hours ago, Shaheed4life said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh 

I hear jaikare sometimes while doing Rehras Sahib.Any other sangat had such an experience?

Jaikare are done by who? Gursikhs right? I think you are (spiritually) extremely close to a place where Gursikhs reside 

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9 hours ago, Shaheed4life said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh 

I hear jaikare sometimes while doing Rehras Sahib.Any other sangat had such an experience?

I’ve heard ser ja ve ta jave meri sikhi sadik na jave in the form of Kirtan. 

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7 hours ago, Singh375 said:

Jaikare are done by who? Gursikhs right? I think you are (spiritually) extremely close to a place where Gursikhs reside 

Yes the Gurudwara in my country is quite far from my house about 30 minutes drive.Thanks for your reply Veerji🙏

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3 minutes ago, Shaheed4life said:

Yes the Gurudwara in my country is quite far from my house about 30 minutes drive.Thanks for your reply Veerji🙏

I'm talking about the inside veere 💗

From inside you are close to sachkhand

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3 hours ago, Singh375 said:

I'm talking about the inside veere 💗

From inside you are close to sachkhand

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21 hours ago, 1Anonymous1 said:

Focus on the shabad, that’ll take you to it’s origin. Ignore the sounds, they’re just an indication your attention is growing and you’re becoming aware. The sounds are just you turning into a frequency of the environment around us. Anhand shabad/naad/pach shabad happen when dasam dwaar has opened NOT before. Focus only on the shabad. Anhad shabad, jot vigas and Amrit rass happen simultaneously, this is the case in almost every maharapukhs jeevan. Focus on the shabad, that will take you into smadhi, not some sounds. Sant kartar Singh ji used to say sounds in simran are just noises of the body, just like a machine makes sounds. If we focus on naam it will take us to naamai - focus on the shabad vaheguroo and it will manifest and take you to vaheguroo (make you aware that vaheguroo is within and you are that very roop). 
bhul chukh maaf. 

Thank you very much for the beautiful explanation..  It helps a lot for someone like me who is taking every sound so seriously and not moving forward. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa.. Waheguru ji kee Fateh

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