Do you have a special place set up in your home for prayer or simran? Why / why not?
If you have one, what does it look like? What do you have there? Feel free to PM me if you don't want to share with the crowd.
If you don't, do you at least perform these actions in the same...
najar bhee ghar ghar thae jaaniaa ||2||
As the inner vision is awakened, one comes to know one's own home, deep within the self. ||2||
Guru Nanak Dev Ji Raag Gauree 153
Satnaam Sat Sangat Ji,
I would like to start this thread so that other sangat members can share their experiences with...
I just want to know. Im kinda a lost case I somehow ended up doing alot of it 2 years ago. I ended up stopping because I go to high school And got carried away by other things in my life (you know how it is)... ANyyywayzz then when I would do it I would get this amazing feeling in my heart...
Gur Fateh to All,
I was nervous when 'Bai Ji'(A retired I.A.S. officer) called me to him, never did I knew that he will give me his blessings for naam simran. I used to do simran before also, but, was never unable to keep on for long time or say keep my mind on the track.
So, I it is my...
I am posting a very old recording of Gyani Maskeen ji. However, it is felt that those interested would extract the necessary message. It was one of the recording that was very helpful to me.
Hope it shall be useful to you as well. I shall post some other recordings as well in due course...
In our practice of Sikhism we do different things for spiritual endeavors and living. It goes without saying that all have varying positive influences on people's lives as such cannot sustain otherwise.
1. Waheguru Simran
SWEET SIMRAN - YouTube
It has become...
Re: ਸੁਖਮਨੀ ਸਾਹਿਬ ਅਸਟਪਦੀ ੧ ਸਬਦ ੧ / Sukhmani Sahib Astpadi 1 Sabad ੧
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I feel that the message of the PART of ASTAPADI interprated by your goodself...
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I too agree to the meaning of the word SUKHMANI as above.
The word SUKHMANI is a compound word and is SINGULAR ADVERB.
ITS PLURAL ADVERB is...
Sat Sri Akaal,
Please correct/reject or accept thought.
parabh kai simran jap tap poojaa.
In the remembrance of God are chanting, intense meditation and devotional worship.
parabh kai simran binsai doojaa.
In the remembrance of God, duality is removed.
atal padvee naam simran...
Which one is more important from these two in the life of sikh ?
To apply GGS into daily life through Sewa
My own opinion, and it is only an opinion, and opinions change with time, is that Simran is for the self, Sewa is for Creation
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Many hold that simply reading gurbani and not understanding a word is worthless. A while ago, I would have agreed that reading page after page without attempting to understand a word is a pointless task. But there is something to be gained through this practice.
It is certainly beneficial to...
I have heard of Saas Giraas simran. What is the historical evidence or origins of this?
Some people use "Saas Giraas simran" and "Swaas Swaas simran" interchangeably. Commonly people say "Saas Giraas", but "Saas" = breath, "Giraas" = morsel of food... i.e. to remember God with every breath...
Just wondering what people visualise when they jap naam? I'm struggling as I get sensations of spinning very fast, and this seems to stop when I visualise something.
Also, how do you end your simran session and come back to the real world? I feel like I need to say something...
A Portrait of Sewa & Simran - History of Bhai Kanhaiya Ji
Long before Florence Nightingale, Clara Barton (pioneers in nursing wounded soldiers) and before Henry Dunant chanced upon the battlefield of Solferino, where 34,000 men of...