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On 9/1/2020 at 6:35 AM, Shaheed4life said:

Through Simran I started remembering my past life.

Did the memories come during simran or later?Did you receive memory of 1 past life or many others too?You are blessed ji.

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:17 AM, Kaurr said:

I want to know what is a good time to get up at amritvela. I'm still in highschool, which makes it difficult selecting the correct time. Any thoughts on this?

I'm really poor at getting up for amritvela time. When I was commuting to work I usually listened to paat on my headphones or in my car stereo.

If I had any banis left maybe even listen to them at the start of shift. Also would try and start to listen before I left home.

 

Another thing you can try is to get a nap or sleep early, and then at least you can get up for amritvela and then maybe take another nap or sleep. Read up about biphasic sleep, it used to be normal in the past.

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20 hours ago, PuzzledToo said:

Did the memories come during simran or later?Did you receive memory of 1 past life or many others too?You are blessed ji.

Some came while simran.Others came randomly after simran.I only know about the life before this.

Bhul Chuk Maf 🙏

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:19 AM, Shaheed4life said:

Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh 

If I'm not wrong 12 to 6 is amritvela.About 1130 we are supposed to get up and do ishnaan.Then during amritvela we do 5 banis,2 to 3 hours of simran,Asa di vaar and if we have time other banis(E.g Sukhmani Sahib)

Edit:I just realised I did not answer the question.🤣.If I'm not wrong 3 to 4 is strongest.I heard someone say that 3 to 4 is gold,4 to 5 is silver and 5 to 6 is bronze.

Bhul Chuk Maf🙏

Brother, is it quite common for people to fall asleep when doing naam simran? If so, does it mean, we haven’t done any progress in our abhiyas? What becomes of people like us that fall asleep while remembering God at Amritvela? Do we go to hell? Can you pls answer these questions, as I am really anxious to know.

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39 minutes ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Brother, is it quite common for people to fall asleep when doing naam simran?

If so, does it mean, we haven’t done any progress in our abhiyas?

What becomes of people like us that fall asleep while remembering God at Amritvela? Do we go to hell? Can you pls answer these questions, as I am really anxious to know.

CHaamCHrick Jee,

how would you explain if a child goes to school but instead of paying attentio to what is being taught in the class, falls asleep or keeps on looking at the walls or the ceiling.

How can ever that child learn something and become a graduate one day?

Well, that is as per worldy "learning", but in the path of bhakti, Waheguru is not like that, He is a boundless ocean of love and mercy, thus for sure He will give us better envoirements in future lives to evolve spiritual wise.

But then, if He has already blessed us as human beings, why not make the most of it right now?

Just tell me, when we go to watch a movie, or a concert, or whatever worldy entertainment, do we fall asleep?

No, isn´t it?

Then why when we engage in His bhakti?

You see, if we fall asleep, means that either we are not doing our spiritual practices when we  are fresh and alert, or, we have not even a tiny  value of His Omniscience and Omnipresence.

Jut go through the lives of Guru Sahiban or Bhagat Jan, and try to get inspiration of how He should be loved and given our devotion.

See the love for example of Fifth Patshahee for His Father Guru Ram Das in the shabad : mera man lochay Guru darshan...

 

 

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On 9/5/2020 at 5:22 AM, CHaamCHrick said:

Brother, is it quite common for people to fall asleep when doing naam simran? If so, does it mean, we haven’t done any progress in our abhiyas? What becomes of people like us that fall asleep while remembering God at Amritvela? Do we go to hell? Can you pls answer these questions, as I am really anxious to know.

Not sure if it is common veerji.I heard a katha that if while doing simran or path and u fall asleep if when you wake up in the morning immediately the first thing u say is the shabad or continuing the simran.Then in dharamraj court it is written that whole night u were doing simran or a shabad.If u fall asleep during Amritvela it wont cause u to go hell.

Bhul Chuk Maf 😀🙏

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12 hours ago, brotha said:

Just tell me, when we go to watch a movie, or a concert, or whatever worldy entertainment, do we fall asleep?

I want to fall asleep sometimes at those things, especially if it is is during a workday or evening.   🤣

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On 8/31/2020 at 11:34 PM, Shaheed4life said:

I saw Guru Sahib as a really bright jot. 

How long did your experience last? 

 

21 hours ago, Shaheed4life said:

Not sure if it is common veerji.I heard a katha that if while doing simran or path and u fall asleep if when you wake up in the morning immediately the first thing u say is the shabad pr continuing the simran.Then in dharamraj court it is written that whole night u were doing simran or a shabad.If u fall asleep during Amritvela it wont cause u to go hell.

Bhul Chuk Maf 😀🙏

When I say I fall asleep, I am ashamed to say this,  but I can actually hear myself snoring! I feel really very bad after this and sometimes I just want to give up but I can’t do that. May be I am not meant to wake up at amrit wale, I don’t know.

 

21 hours ago, Singh375 said:

Doing Simran mind becomes calm. Heart, breathing and blood flow slow down, it’s quite natural to feel sleepy. A cold ishnaan before starting Simran will help

I have warm ishnaan and do my banies first and then Simran. To be honest, I don’t even know when I fall asleep! 

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22 hours ago, brotha said:

CHaamCHrick Jee,

how would you explain if a child goes to school but instead of paying attentio to what is being taught in the class, falls asleep or keeps on looking at the walls or the ceiling.

How can ever that child learn something and become a graduate one day?

Well, that is as per worldy "learning", but in the path of bhakti, Waheguru is not like that, He is a boundless ocean of love and mercy, thus for sure He will give us better envoirements in future lives to evolve spiritual wise.

But then, if He has already blessed us as human beings, why not make the most of it right now?

Just tell me, when we go to watch a movie, or a concert, or whatever worldy entertainment, do we fall asleep?

No, isn´t it?

Then why when we engage in His bhakti?

You see, if we fall asleep, means that either we are not doing our spiritual practices when we  are fresh and alert, or, we have not even a tiny  value of His Omniscience and Omnipresence.

Jut go through the lives of Guru Sahiban or Bhagat Jan, and try to get inspiration of how He should be loved and given our devotion.

See the love for example of Fifth Patshahee for His Father Guru Ram Das in the shabad : mera man lochay Guru darshan...

 

 

I am trying my best but it doesn’t seem to be working. I have tried different times before 6 am, but I still fall asleep. 

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