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View Poll Results: Your link to one infinite Creator, what is the search directed at?
I am looking for and believe in one infinite Creator as being some specific form. 3 13.64%
I am trying and want to get in touch with one infinite Creator. 5 22.73%
I want to fully understand all about one infinite Creator. 3 13.64%
I live with the ever increasing understanding of one infinite Creator. 10 45.45%
Not Sure... 1 4.55%
Voters: 22. You may not vote on this poll


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Old 14-Mar-2012, 12:50 PM
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That is why we need Sati GuRu enabling us to see what is nirakar,invisible,
Reference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-sikhi-sikhism/38210-one-infinite-creator-sikhism-what-does.html
unfathomable and lives within every creation.

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Yes i agree with you. Our guru is shri guru granth sahib which shows us the true path to our innrrself...........!
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Thanks for your post. One comment if it helps.
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I am wondering if you have definite thoughts on reincarnation according to sikh thout as explained by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. To me Sikhism is different from other religions so surely Guru ji will not easily go along with the popular belief of veda of the cycle of birth and death.

You may be interested in the following thread regarding reincarnation,

http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-s...n-sikhism.html

I am personally shcoked as to how many brothers and sisters are so caught up in aspects of reincarnation! Thre is no questionthat it is spiritiually important inquiry, but in Sikhism living is far more important than any thought of beyond.
Sat Sri Akal.
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am personally shcoked as to how many brothers and sisters are so caught up in aspects of reincarnation! Thre is no questionthat it is spiritiually important inquiry, but in Sikhism living is far more important than any thought of beyond.


Satnaam Ambarsaria Ji,

You are correct, no one should be thinking about any 'Future' potential lives...or what will happen beyond this life. It is the here and now...to use the breathe of life given to each of us...we do not know how many breathes we have left...use them all to remember and server god.

But we should understand re-incarnation and how it affects our mental state. Our behaviours and habits from past lives remain in our subconscious, and they have an effect on the choices we make in this life if we don't learn how to remove them. this is how things we have sown in our past affect the present.

What you sow, you shall reap.

If we remove the filth and pollution in our minds, then only the light of god exists...and we live in the Will Of God and not by the will of our minds.

I am a Sinner and full of filth and this is just my current understanding.

God bless all.

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He is nirakar, invisible, unfathomable, only lives in you.
Dr. Harbhajan Singh Seth ji I disagree with your statement as highlighted. Creator creates and as a result has imprint on all. Living inside each if used metaphorically, because such created, is acceptable. But if one were to somehow translate into something additional and exclusive to just humans that is not in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

I believe one cannot listen to the following sabad often enough as to what Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji says about all creation off of one creator,

Awal Allah Noor - Mohinder Singh Bhalla. - YouTube

Sat Sri Akal
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It is important to know what is common in an ANT and an ELEPHANT.
Reference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/showthread.php?t=38210
This COMMON is the real CREATOR.

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But we should understand re-incarnation and how it affects our mental state. Our behaviours and habits from past lives remain in our subconscious, and they have an effect on the choices we make in this life if we don't learn how to remove them. this is how things we have sown in our past affect the present.

What you sow, you shall reap.

With limited abilities it is sometimes difficult to relate directly between sowing and reaping. It is not that you plant wheat and you will harvest wheat.

Human living is a little more mysterious. Let us look at couple of examples.

1. DOING A GOOD DEED:
  • SOWING: You let someone stand up after they have fallen.
  • REAPING: You feel happy. Good chemicals released in your body. Lot of possible and most of the times invisible impacts.
2. DOING A BAD DEED
  • SOWING: You steal from a person least able to afford.
  • REAPING:
  1. You find it hard to sleep.
  2. You start drinking to try to forget the bad you are doing.
  3. You buld and strengthen ego and make huge blunders to destroy your life.
  4. Invisible ill effects within the body.
Veer Chazsingh ji let us help each other. Reincarnation is a huge separate thread. Please comment there.

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Zaraone ji thanks for your post.Sat Sri Akal.
The "experience" is what counts - (we say keep our mind low and wisdom exalted everyday in Ardas -wisdom flows to the mind from "somewhere" ) - things you never knew before are illuminated in a way you never imagined possible - the Guru is the Teacher and sends the information download. Where is this source of intelligence coming from? I can only say ONE Formless "energy" a feeling/vibration and data dump within. When we surrender to the will, then things are made clear. I know nothing but listen and then take the action. Blessings.

I have sold my body and mind to the Guru, and I have given my mind and head as well - Guru Nanak

Those who have good destiny pre-ordained and inscribed on their foreheads, grasp it and keep it enshrined in the heart- Guru Amar Das

Call permanent only the One, who does not have destiny inscribed upon His Forehead - Guru Nanak

He alone is a warrior, and he alone is the chosen one, upon whose forehead good destiny is recorded.

In the month of Jayt'h, the playful Husband Lord meets her, upon whose forehead such good destiny is recorded.
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It is important to know what is common in an ANT and an ELEPHANT.
This COMMON is the real CREATOR.

That is actually a good point and an example. What is common that I see is the following,
  • As you said, one Creator that creates
  • One set of elements that all form part of "Ek Noor"
    • This Ek Noor is the material in the mixing bowl that the creator picks from, we transformed out of and will transform back into
    • At the highest level of scientific thought, this "Ek Noor" is matter and Energy without any imprints of who and where they come from or long term memory. A human's ashes, an ant's remains, or phosphorus in the soil provide same to a plant or a tree that grows henceforth.
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