- Jun 6, 2018
Again you are misquoting me regarding parrot repetition .I have never mentioned it anywhereNo, I am afraid it does not. ਰਸਨਾ is a taste bud. As mentioned in the earlier post where Har comes several times, it is the same message. Taste of Har, Har, Har. Nowhere does it say to parrot as you claim. Repeating one word endlessly is parroting. One can use any word to get the trance, even Lady Gaga. It does not have to be Har or Vaheguru.
Co-incidently, the meaning of Jeevat is explained succulently in the following thread today. It is a must to understand the meaning of Jeevat in order to understand the message of our visionary Gurus.
Sikhi - The Concept Of A Living Guru
Rasna according to Mahan Khosh means tongue and also taste bud relates to tongue only
and ਕਹਹੁ means to speak
ਰਸਨਾ ਕਹਹੁ meaning to speak from the tongue with full awareness and consciousness and not like parrot .
What to speak from the tongue?
HAR HAR (Parmatma )with full awareness and consciousness and not like mantra chanting like parrot , till HAR becomes part of you and you find your real self