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1 minute ago, monatosingh said:

I see some amritdhari singhs post non-alocholic alcohol on their story

 

What story?

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2 hours ago, monatosingh said:

The guy that had eggs and wine, I am fine with eggs, NOT WITH WINE 

VJKK VJKF

Of course this is only my opinion and I have nothing against your opinion, or anyone else's Ji, but I don't really agree with egg. Not trying to cause an argument or anything - just I don't agree with it Ji and even if I wasn't told by Panj Pyare that eggs weren't allowed I still wouldn't eat them.

21 hours ago, Damdamitaksaal84 said:

When I took amrit the feeling was amazing the panj chor seem to attack you more so when you do take amrit do extra path because the panj chor attack you more but when you do more path the panj chor decrease. Don't worry about anything if you have any major questions feel free to PM me. 

 

 

21 hours ago, monatosingh said:

WJKK WJKF

As I received amrit in October last year, I noticed that I have a big responsibility.

I noticed that the baani I was reading even before amrit had now given more of a brownie point than it did before.

I was staying away from the panj chor for a few days as if Maharaj himself was holding onto me, like when a father helps you to ride a bike.

People acted a bit more strange around me. Bullies would cut down on what they say. 

This is temporary though, you maintain all this and much more when you maintain baani naam and seva. 

WJKK WJKF

 

21 hours ago, TheeTurbanator said:

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! 

Blessed with Khand DI Phaul Vaisakhi 2017 at Anandpur Sahib. Immediately started to notice a lot of changes, overall happier, calmer, more focused. I also noticed that all of a sudden Bani makes more sense, Kirtan sounds better, and learning Sikhi just feels easier. I also noticed that when you just think of Amrit (Khand DI Phaul) you can taste it in your mouth, but that went away for me after a few days.  

My best advice would be to maintain a solid Rehat, and just request a Hukamnama to ask the Guru for advice on what you should do. 

The final thing I would stress is that Khand Di Phaul isn’t the end, it’s just the beginning. Anyone can go drink sugar water, but truly giving your head is what being an Amritdhari is about. You will be challenged like you’ve never been before, and by the grace of the Guru you will realize the One. 

VJKK VJKF

Thank you all Ji. It's an interesting read and many of these experiences seem, in some ways, quite similar. I think from what I've heard from others as well is that Naam and Bani need to be consistent and major for you to really experience the true benefits of Amrit.

I'll admit I'm not that nervous but I'm full of anticipation for when my life really begins on the day of being blessed with Amrit Ji.

Vaheguru Ji.

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On 1/16/2018 at 4:05 PM, Singh2017 said:

VJKK VJKF

Sangat Ji, with Maharaj Kirpa, I am looking to be blessed with Amrit in the coming months and I have an idea of some of the things that will change but not 100% sure on what exactly and how large the impact of Amrit will be on my life. My question is, for those who have been blessed with Amrit, what were/are the major changes you noticed in your life in comparison to your "pre-Amrit" life? You can be as open or discrete as you wish Ji.

Vaheguru Ji.

Depends on the individual state of mind for some its awakening-new way of being at some level due to amrit intensity, for some its bhagti bhav, for some doing more patt and mool mantar jaap, for some getting used to do amritvela doing 5 nitneems, 2 in the evening, for some its devotional singing-kirtan, for some its going to gurdwara every day more often, and seva. And those who also rush in to take amrit after listening to pumped up parcharaik (i'll use ranjit singh dhandrianwale divans in the past for example) also feel huge interest spike in daily nitneem, sikh way of being for few months then it kind of dies out as they have taken decision in haste or due to trend.

Sikh and Khalsa way of being is life long journey towards knowning your real self- jot saroop and abiding in sehaj avastha.

Reminds of baba budda ji bachan- Mukh Bhagti Hirde Gyan 

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42 minutes ago, N30S1NGH said:

Depends on the individual state of mind for some its awakening-new way of being at some level due to amrit intensity, for some its bhagti bhav, for some doing more patt and mool mantar jaap, for some getting used to do amritvela doing 5 nitneems, 2 in the evening, for some its devotional singing-kirtan, for some its going to gurdwara every day more often, and seva. And those who also rush in to take amrit after listening to pumped up parcharaik (i'll use ranjit singh dhandrianwale divans in the past for example) also feel huge interest spike in daily nitneem, sikh way of being for few months then it kind of dies out as they have taken decision in haste or due to trend.

Sikh and Khalsa way of being is life long journey towards knowning your real self- jot saroop and abiding in sehaj avastha.

Reminds of baba budda ji bachan- Mukh Bhagti Hirde Gyan 

Ur back!

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43 minutes ago, N30S1NGH said:

Depends on the individual state of mind for some its awakening-new way of being at some level due to amrit intensity, for some its bhagti bhav, for some doing more patt and mool mantar jaap, for some getting used to do amritvela doing 5 nitneems, 2 in the evening, for some its devotional singing-kirtan, for some its going to gurdwara every day more often, and seva. And those who also rush in to take amrit after listening to pumped up parcharaik (i'll use ranjit singh dhandrianwale divans in the past for example) also feel huge interest spike in daily nitneem, sikh way of being for few months then it kind of dies out as they have taken decision in haste or due to trend.

Sikh and Khalsa way of being is life long journey towards knowning your real self- jot saroop and abiding in sehaj avastha.

Reminds of baba budda ji bachan- Mukh Bhagti Hirde Gyan 

Agreed.

And welcome back bro

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   Thank you all, Good to be back.I be in and out depends on how busy work is.

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4 minutes ago, N30S1NGH said:

   Thank you all, Good to be back.I be in and out depends on how busy work is.

Bored of SA? They doing your head in? Implicating people in murder and whatnot?

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I wanted to mention the changes that occur in me when Chandar Maa is out, but might be hunted down. I'll grab my coat.

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10 hours ago, N30S1NGH said:

Depends on the individual state of mind for some its awakening-new way of being at some level due to amrit intensity, for some its bhagti bhav, for some doing more patt and mool mantar jaap, for some getting used to do amritvela doing 5 nitneems, 2 in the evening, for some its devotional singing-kirtan, for some its going to gurdwara every day more often, and seva. And those who also rush in to take amrit after listening to pumped up parcharaik (i'll use ranjit singh dhandrianwale divans in the past for example) also feel huge interest spike in daily nitneem, sikh way of being for few months then it kind of dies out as they have taken decision in haste or due to trend.

Sikh and Khalsa way of being is life long journey towards knowning your real self- jot saroop and abiding in sehaj avastha.

Reminds of baba budda ji bachan- Mukh Bhagti Hirde Gyan 

Maharaj aap ji ethe vi hun darshan dinde oo. Awesome man!

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18 hours ago, InderjitS said:

I wanted to mention the changes that occur in me when Chandar Maa is out, but might be hunted down. I'll grab my coat.

does it involve avoiding silver like the plague ?^_^

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

does it involve avoiding silver like the plague ?^_^

Hanji, chaandhi te lasan ton  bahut dhoor rehna paindha :ghost:

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1 hour ago, InderjitS said:

Hanji, chaandhi te lasan ton  bahut dhoor rehna paindha :ghost:

vechara ghare nahin ja sakda ...awww per Gurdwara safe aa othey lasan bikul manna aa

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On 1/17/2018 at 7:23 AM, MrDoaba said:

You can't break Amrit. Who are we to break Amrit? You can only invalidate it.

You want to use the word "invalidate" in place of "break"? OK, whatever.

But you do know that Sikhs commonly speak of "ਉਹਨੇ ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤ ਤੋੜ ਲਿਆ" in Punjabi. ਤੋੜ = break. By committing a bajjer kurehit, you break your Amrit. (Or invalidate it, if you prefer.)

A person who turns his back to Guru ji becomes a bemukh:

ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਤੇ ਜੋ ਮੁਹ ਫੇਰੇ ਤੇ ਵੇਮੁਖ ਬੁਰੇ ਦਿਸੰਨਿ ॥

Those who turn their faces away from the True Guru, are seen to be unfaithful and evil.

ਅਨਦਿਨੁ ਬਧੇ ਮਾਰੀਅਨਿ ਫਿਰਿ ਵੇਲਾ ਨਾ ਲਹੰਨਿ ॥੧॥

They shall be bound and beaten night and day; they shall not have this opportunity again. ||1||

ਗਉੜੀ (ਮਃ ੩) ਅਸਟ. (੯) ੧:੨ - ਗੁਰੂ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ ਸਾਹਿਬ : ਅੰਗ ੨੩੩ ਪੰ. ੧੨ 
Raag Gauri Bairaagan Guru Amar Das

 

Surely you would agree that a person who has turned his back to Guru Sahib, commits bajjer kurehits, is a bemukh, and is beaten night and day has broken their Amrit, no? You would say that a bemukh is still an Amritdhari?

 

On 1/17/2018 at 7:23 AM, MrDoaba said:

What is it to you if they have drank, cut their hair, or eaten meat?

I think the reason he is asking why people break their Amrit is because he is concerned he might break his, that is, he is asking about ways to stay strong in his Sikhi.

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