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Love: What are the Guru ji's teachings about it?

Discussion in 'Blogs' started by LostBoat, Oct 21, 2015.

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    Hi i was just wondering if anyone could answer the above question?
     
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    Yes Sure,

    Guru are talking about ISHQ HAQIQI not ISHQ MIZAZI. Mean there is no room for Material and Sexual Love, Love about SOUL (Atma), VIEWS (VICHAR), Properties (Shubh Gunn< Karam).

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    Does this mean that when we have sex we are commiting a sin as we are letting Kaam or lust rule us. Or is sex a holy union of man and woman. Personally I agree with the fact we should not be ruled by sexual love and material love but I believe we should make room for some sexual love (my reasoning for this is did not the Gurus join in sexual union) I do not mean to say we should be ruled by our sexual desire.

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