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vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fatehhh

science is amazing .. guru ji made amazing science.. i was reading today that .. in the when guru nanak dev ji [truth] was born and then in around 15 century .. truth was born in india and science was born in europe .. these two things took birth together .. i don't think withough science religion can be full .. yes i agree there are many many things which science can't prove at all .. what you guyz think ??

i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

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vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fatehhh

science is amazing .. guru ji made amazing science.. i was reading today that .. in the when guru nanak dev ji [truth] was born and then in around 15 century .. truth was born in india and science was born in europe .. these two things took birth together .. i don't think withough science religion can be full .. yes i agree there are many many things which science can't prove at all .. what you guyz think ??

i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

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hmmmm..... grin.gif Where science ends its analysing thats where religion SIKHI in particular (Guru Granth sahib ji maharaj) begins the analysing! it can go far but religion goes even more further!

but ...hahahhahahhahhaha....your scalp thingy..........that just made me laugh for a a few minutes..lolllllll....... LOL.gif

dasam duar.....lolllllll....no idea !!!

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All of science lovers,ask your mind a question.When there was nothing,no creation,no time,no air,no water,just Waheguru was there,was there any science?

God made this creation and put humans into different occupations and entanglements.

Science is just one of them.

I am myself currently doing a PHD(wow i am a wordly scholar d_oh.gif ) and doing a decent job of it.

But for me its nothing more than a way to earn money and also roam around the world seeing the beautiful creation of God.

If you see Waheguru in science,science is good.

If you forget waheguru while studying science,science is ego,depression,tension,conflicts,restless mind and lots of pain.

KHALISTAN ZINDABAD

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Scientists in the 16th century said : "I don't believe in God. I am a scientist!"

Scientists in the 21th century says : "Ofcourse I believe in God. I am a scientist!"

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vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fatehhh

science is amazing .. guru ji made amazing science.. i was reading today that .. in the when guru nanak dev ji [truth] was born and then in around 15 century .. truth was born in india and science was born in europe .. these two things took birth together .. i don't think withough science religion can be full .. yes i agree there are many many things which science can't prove at all .. what you guyz think ??

i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

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I think Truth was not born with the birth of Guru Nanak Dev ji in 15th century.. it was already there even before Guru Nanak took birth and it is still there while guru nanak dev ji is no more in body. Truth is "Jugo jug attal". May we all be available to this Truth.!!! Aameen !!!

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waheguru ji kekhalsa, waheguru ji ke fateh

Pyare jio, for a detailed analysis of Science and Gurmat read the books of Subedar Dharam Singh Sujon from Leicester. They have also been serialised in many Uk punjabi papers.

They are excellent. They also make one realise how much of science we are unaware of, and how deep Gurmat philosophies are explained in scientific manner.

These books are available on stalls at AKJ UK rainsbhais and Sikh missionary society Southall.

waheguru ji kekhalsa, waheguru ji ke fateh

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can i get the articls on the net???

I read one.. which talked about different wavelengths and frequencies of different worlds, (Sikhi calls its KHANDS while science calls them dimensions)

anyways, bak to this topic..

If you see Waheguru in science,science is good.

If you forget waheguru while studying science,science is ego,depression,tension,conflicts,restless mind and lots of pain.

:@ parnaaam khalsa ji! true words!!

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vaheguru ji ka khalsa, vaheguru ji ki fatehhh

science is amazing .. guru ji made amazing science.. i was reading today that .. in the when guru nanak dev ji [truth] was born and then in around 15 century .. truth was born in india and science was born in europe .. these two things took birth together .. i don't think withough science religion can be full .. yes i agree there are many many things which science can't prove at all .. what you guyz think ??

i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

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Did you know that Gur Nanak described God as "Akal Poorakh" (Beyond Time and Space).

Sounds very scientific to me. :@

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i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

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The human skull is made up of segments that are not fused together at birth so the head is slightly flexible. This is so the baby can fit through the birth canal. It takes a little while (I have no idea how long) for the segments of the skull to bond together and become solid. That is why you need to be extra careful with baby heads.

Now what does "dasam duar" mean? *blush*

Ishna.

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i always wanted to ask one question when infant born .. why infant has soft part on his sculp .. which is very very soft and it was not allowed to touch .. is that a dasam duar ???

gurbani .... it always tries to ask questions...obviously to present answers....

i still remember from our kinesiolgy class in high school......the soft spots/gaps around the cranial fissuers are called fontanelles, 2 of em....anterior and posterior...

anterior is the big one and has a diamond shape. located right at the top

Posterior is triangular and smaller

both of these close when the infant usually completes its first year in life

Guru Amar Das Ji Maharaj said himself in Anand Sahib...

vujaaeiaa vaajaa poun no dhuaarae purugutt keeeae dhusuvaa guputh rukhaaeiaa

He blew the breath of life into the musical instrument of the body, and revealed the nine doors; but He kept the Tenth Door hidden.

The nine doors refer to the nine opening in our body....ear mouth nose etc etc

hence the tenth opening is GUPT i.e. hidden per se.....and can obtained only through simran..repeditive 24 hr simran ...uthdiyan..behndeyan...saundayan..khavandayan...you get the idea and not to forget ONLY WITH GOD"S KIRPA...can we open our DASAM DOAR/DUAR

Mahapursh have their DASAM DOAR open...hence an open channel of communication is present between them and AKAL PURAKH (technically Akal Purakh resides here himself*). It is known that there are 3 rivers which provide the mind with a cleansing bath and when they flow to the brain ....actually i can go on and on but i would not be able to explain it as well as gurbani does....

here is a quote from Guru sahib ji .... pg 974

The energy channels of the Ida, Pingala and Shushmanaa:

These three dwell in one place.

This is the true place of confluence of the three sacred rivers:

This is where my mind takes its cleansing bath.

O Saints, the Immaculate Lord dwells there;

How rare are those who go to the Guru, and understand this.

The all-pervading immaculate Lord is there.

What is the insignia of the Divine Lord's dwelling?

The unstruck sound current of the Shabad vibrates there.

There is no moon or sun, no air or water there.

The Gurmukh becomes aware, and knows the Teachings.

Spiritual wisdom wells up, and evil-mindedness departs;

The nucleus of the mind sky is drenched with Ambrosial Nectar.

One who knows the secret of this device, meets the Supreme Divine Guru.

The Tenth Gate is the home of the inaccessible, infinite Supreme Lord.

Above the store is a niche, and within this niche is the commodity.

So gurbani as i said explains everything pray.gif ...all we have to do is look at the translation lol...... :TH:

BHULLAN BAKHSHO d_oh.gif

*i used himself for convenience sake.... but as we know Alak Purakh has no gender

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chk this>>>> science aint ever guna stop learning from religion!

SahibStory.pdf

[regarding previous post]

btw so the more bani simran we do around a small baby is very beneficial...now that is a fact!

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totally agree with phenji

i got first hand experience with infants and gurbani playback

nice article....good to see the thick heads finally getting some sense.....now only if the goreh can undestand the difference between a muslim and a sikh....the world wud be a better place.

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