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  2. Join New Sikh Community!!

    If it gets enough members, i will make an advert for it. Also a twitter/social media page for it and if any of you guys want to take over, i will give u the control and i will appoint you the new leaders. Then u can modify it however u want.
  3. Powerful dreams

    There are many pangtis on dreams. Here are some of what Guruji says on dreams: ਮ੍ਰਿਗ ਤ੍ਰਿਸਨਾ ਅਰੁ ਸੁਪਨ ਮਨੋਰਥ ਤਾ ਕੀ ਕਛੁ ਨ ਵਡਾਈ ॥ म्रिग त्रिसना अरु सुपन मनोरथ ता की कछु न वडाई ॥ Marig ṯarisnā ar supan manorath ṯā kī kacẖẖ na vadā▫ī. Optical illusions and dream-objects, to them, no greatness can be attached. ਰਾਮ ਭਜਨ ਬਿਨੁ ਕਾਮਿ ਨ ਆਵਸਿ ਸੰਗਿ ਨ ਕਾਹੂ ਜਾਈ ॥੨॥ राम भजन बिनु कामि न आवसि संगि न काहू जाई ॥२॥ Rām bẖajan bin kām na āvas sang na kāhū jā▫ī. ||2|| Without the Lord's meditation nothing avails the mortal, nor anything goes with him. SGGS ji Ang 615 🙏🏻 Dhan Guru Arjan Dev ji ਜਗੁ ਸੁਪਨਾ ਬਾਜੀ ਬਨੀ ਖਿਨ ਮਹਿ ਖੇਲੁ ਖੇਲਾਇ ॥ जगु सुपना बाजी बनी खिन महि खेलु खेलाइ ॥ Jag supnā bājī banī kẖin mėh kẖel kẖelā▫e. This world is like a drama staged in a dream, in a moment this play ends. ਸੰਜੋਗੀ ਮਿਲਿ ਏਕਸੇ ਵਿਜੋਗੀ ਉਠਿ ਜਾਇ ॥ संजोगी मिलि एकसे विजोगी उठि जाइ ॥ Sanjogī mil ekse vijogī uṯẖ jā▫e. Some attain to Master union and others in separation. ਜੋ ਤਿਸੁ ਭਾਣਾ ਸੋ ਥੀਐ ਅਵਰੁ ਨ ਕਰਣਾ ਜਾਇ ॥੩॥ जो तिसु भाणा सो थीऐ अवरु न करणा जाइ ॥३॥ Jo ṯis bẖāṇā so thī▫ai avar na karṇā jā▫e. ||3|| Whatever pleases Him, that comes to pass. Nothing else can be done. SGGS ji Ang 18 🙏🏻 Dhan Guru Nanak Dev ji ਸੋਰਠਿ ਮਹਲਾ ੯ ॥ सोरठि महला ९ ॥ Soraṯẖ mėhlā 9. Sorath 9th Guru. ਰੇ ਨਰ ਇਹ ਸਾਚੀ ਜੀਅ ਧਾਰਿ ॥ रे नर इह साची जीअ धारि ॥ Re nar ih sācẖī jī▫a ḏẖār. O man, hold this for certain in thy mind. ਸਗਲ ਜਗਤੁ ਹੈ ਜੈਸੇ ਸੁਪਨਾ ਬਿਨਸਤ ਲਗਤ ਨ ਬਾਰ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ सगल जगतु है जैसे सुपना बिनसत लगत न बार ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥ Sagal jagaṯ hai jaise supnā binsaṯ lagaṯ na bār. ||1|| rahā▫o. As the whole world is like a dream, in its destruction, there shall be no delay. Pause. SGGS ji Ang 633 🙏🏻 Dhan Guru Tegh Bahadur ji
  4. #freejagginow

    You call yourself a Sardar but on this forum how have you been identified? I will tell you how... As a NINDAK. You may be keshdhari but that doesnt make you better than others.
  5. Powerful dreams

    I always believe that if the dream is good and is Sikhi related then it's darshan. If it's about me falling off a mountain then I don't care about it.
  6. Waheguru ji ki fateh but against whom ??

    there are other newer organised religions but they are offshoots from the older ones e.g.ba'hai
  7. Here's why sikhs should stop marrying hindus altogether !!

    Ajeet Singh your sexual preferences are who you are, I am not disputing that or going to tell you that homosexuality is wrong. I personally have no issues with it but on a Sikhi level based on my knowledge I do not think its right. What annoys me is that you use this forum which is for Sikhi to boast about your preference in men etc. From when I was a monah and looked towards Sikhi and Singhs, it was the likes of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Baba Deep Singh Ji, Sant Jarnail Singh who inspired me to take the Sikhi saroop. If I had looked at Singhs who were homosexual, then I most likely wouldnt be where I am today. Be who you are, but be very careful the damage you can cause to the Quom by showing off about your sexual preferences in a Sikhi atmosphere. Look how many viral videos there are of 'Singhs' doing stupid stuff, lets not make a jaloos of our people and disrespect the blood of our shaheeds. Every Quom has got homosexuals, muslims probably got the most but yet they keep it in house or do not let it tarnish their dharam in any way.
  8. @Akalifauj you are alway trynna start a fight man. Like the post above just summed it up but read this Bhul chuk maaf
  9. I think u misunderstood what he was trying to say. Whatever ur saying that’s true back in those days gursikhs needed bir ras coz they use to do jungs but what taksaldasingh was saying is nowadays we don’t use bir Ras like we don’t go and have wars but if someone gets bir Ras by doing these baniya and don’t use it thn it’s outcome is what we call anger in negative ways and that’s what we try to avoid. I’ve heard some people who do bir Ras baniya just to balance that they also do sukhmani sahib as it’s for peace of mind.. I hope u understood the point..
  10. Some more Home Truths

    VJKK VJKF No this is jubba
  11. Some more Home Truths

    Word Wahhabi brings up a lot of things too like Ban on Music/Qawwali , complete adherence to sharia ,enforcement of Burka on women , appliance of sharia law in muslim countries . But my point was Mr Doaba did not specifically talked about it. As far as Jihad is concerned well, it should not come across as a surprise it is considered as sixth pillar of Islam. Wahhabis put more emphasis on this pillar , they give two option to non muslims/govt either convert to Islam or give up your right to rule. And believe me many Muslims like myself have problem with it but it becomes difficult to argue with Wahhabis because they have entire collection of hadith to back up their claim. My personal take on this issue is unless there is complete reformation of Islam along the lines of Christian reformation in Europe , world will continue to suffer and i think it needless to say that vast majority of victims of this jihad are Muslims themselves. 70 thousand Pakistanis have been killed since 9/11 by the same wahhabi/debandi followers.
  12. Powerful dreams

    Sometimes we forget to place the blame of bad dreams on our late night desserts. I noticed a significant improvement when I stopped eating chocolate late evening. Sugar sort of activates our mind to work faster when asleep. So anyone having bad dreams will want to get rid of extra sugary meals first. However I have experienced alot of what that guy talks about. So I am still exploring my dreams. But yes dreams change when you miss your daily path and improve when you increase simran. Our spirit is awake and in danger, why else would we want rakheya dhe shabad. We should pray to God for protection many times a day I believe. The dark areas in your life or rather dark thoughts do reflect back in dreams. The pure you try to keep your thoughts, the better the dreams get. It is only naam that purifies thoughts. I was reading another article which was saying that we can be building houses in our dreams. Whatever we get on earth we have to obtain it spiritually first. Performing path enables us to build a better life. I remember a time when I was able to perform lots of simran and had dreams of houses. Its the same house most of the time. There were dark forces lingering around at the start of the dream. However that same house changes quite a lot. It became cleaner, brighter and full of more beautiful things with added simran and path. One of my colleagues once just walked up to me and said Hey there Ihad a dream of yyou having built a big fenced house with a swimming pool in it. My jaws dropped wide open and I wondered how she knew. Yes, so path is powerful and is our guide and protector when we are asleep. The punj baniya, rehras and Kirtan sohila are there for a very important reason.
  13. #freejagginow

    That has to be the single most un-educated post i've read in a long while, having a dastaar or having cut hair has nothing to do with what's happened, the point of this is that some visited another country and was kidnapped in broad daylight and is being detained without charge while being subjected to various types of torture all because he runs a website highlighting human rights violations, i'm sorry, but if that happened to anyone, turban or not, we should be protesting. How vigilant do you expect the average person to be, no one expects to be kidnapped in the middle of the day for airing you own opinions on a website in the "largest democracy" in the world. The man's being scapegoated, simple as, having a turban or not is irrelevant.
  14. Some more Home Truths

    Just to add quickly, it might in regards to spreading Sikhi, and I mean actively spreading Sikhi and bringing people into the Sikh fold. Something I believe is our duty contrary to the commonly held belief that Sikhs don't 'convert'. But I do not hold this view for the same reason as Abrahamic faiths, nor do I mean simply 'convert' as they do.
  15. Some more Home Truths

    Apologies for not being clearer bro. There seems to be some misunderstanding but I see where you're coming from. My post was directed to YOYO and how I as a Sikh and an outsider have observed an internal differences between two rival Islamic groups, and how a non-Sikh and an outsider to us may view our internal issues, a rough general comparison. Of course if we delved into the specifics of those differences, the overall effects on all parties concerned would be very different. W@habis as you say think it's Sunnah to wage war against those who are not Muslim, but even the traditionalist Sunnis hold the same views to some extent, however not on such fanatic scales, even some of the devout ones are still fairly moderate in terms of actual violence - they still condone it though. In the UK, it's been my experience to see less and less of these traditional Sunnis, bar Pakistani faujis. Most, if not all Muslims, have been influenced by this W@habi/Deobandi ideology in some way or another, no matter how insignificant.
  16. vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh I think if you have the sikh image in real life, then you ARE representing sikhs when you live life. Just like how a pandit ji can have a shikha/bodhi hair and janeu, but when he may do a crime people will say 'omg look at what that pandit/baba/sadhu ji did', people wont say 'omg look what ajeet did' when youd do a crime with a sikh roop, they will say 'omg look at that that sikh did' cuz of how you look... I have no intention to offend you at all. Infact I think if you do more paaps pubically youd get more paaps cuz if a mona does it people will say that was a mona whatever (& its hard to tell a monas religion), but you are representing a dharm if you have a sikh roop and do weird stuff, which means itd badnaam the sikh image as well. vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh
  17. Some more Home Truths

    Careful don't criticise Jagsaw's beloved Pakistan or Muslim groomers who rape children
  18. Some more Home Truths

    Did he even mention Jihad ? He talked about split in Islam where two groups compete over who is real Sunni. And this debate absolutely has no affect on non Muslims. Perhaps he was talking about Nirankaris and Sikh situation i.e differences over ideology. Friend, you seem like a moderate Muslim, so I don't want to come off harsh. He didn't mention the word "jihad", but he did mention Wahhabis, and that inevitably brings up the issue of jihad. The way that the Saudis are pushing Wahhabism means that Muslims all around the globe are being infused with jihadi ideology. This is because of all their oil dollars. Random Sufi shrines here and there don't have the wherewithal to compete in the ideological war abroad. As far as competing on who's the real Sunni, one of those competitors thinks that the Sunnah is to war perpetual war against non-Muslim countries. That's where the question jihad comes in, and the fact that it affects non-Muslims. Would you not agree? On matters that are are purely Muslim internal matters, I agree, it doesn't matter to me as a Sikh.
  19. Some more Home Truths

    Did he even mention Jihad ? He talked about split in Islam where two groups compete over who is real Sunni. And this debate absolutely has no affect on non Muslims. Perhaps he was talking about Nirankaris and Sikh situation i.e differences over ideology.
  20. Some more Home Truths

    Well, just a little different, bro. While we do have differences over maryada, that's just our internal issue. It doesn't affect others. For example, take Raag Mala, reading it or not. The average non-Sikh out there doesn't care if we read Raag Mala or not. Or even whether we do 5 banis in Nitnem or 2. Even in cases of actual ideology and philosophy as in whether to do naam simran or not, or whether there's a God out there that listens to our ardaas, that has no effect on non-Sikhs. By contrast, the question of eternal jihad against non-Muslims, for so long as there exist non-Muslim countries on this world, has a profound effect on non-Muslims.
  21. #freejagginow

    Quit talking our your a** 😂 you don't know the man, or what was going on his mind. Mona or not doesn't matter when you're on their radar and they know how you look. Its only a benefit if they have no idea who you are. And let's not kid ourselves, their intelligence knows everyone who is a someone. Key point here: stop assuming.
  22. When the khalsa Panth was living in the jungles and had bounties on their heads, would they not need Bir Ras all day? Even after sunset? How do they know when the attack will come? Your reasoning is very frivolous. What about the Sikh who has engraved Chandi Di Vaar in his mind, is he in a constant state of Bir Ras?
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  24. Powerful dreams

    Why should these be bad to dream of? Former home is bound to be dreamt of, as it’s been a part of one’s life where they would have spent a lot of time living there. Other people of the house also and eating food aren’t bad dreams, because that’s what we see and are part of on a daily basis. Superstitions are not good. Lucky paji explains it: http://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/11865-amritvela-and-nitnem/?do=findComment&comment=170501 Another one:
  25. Shaheedi Divas of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib ji

    Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur ji 🙏🏻
  26. I would look through differnt Banis and see what strikes me on that level. For example, what about a salok that says that God's Name is the true intoxication?
  27. Suicide

    maybe it is a blessing in disguise? which part are you find hardest? you need to discuss it with your parents, I think (that you took Amrit and now feel depressed), maybe they can take you to a Granthi or someone to discuss it. Obviously I wouldn't tell you to leave it, I don't have that authority or knowledge. But if you are not ready for it? Maybe you are viewing things too strictly? For example, you can't cut your hair but that doesn't mean you can't take care of your appearance with love. Maybe you can just use chunni instead of more austere forms of head dress? you can't eat meat, but is meat good for health anyway? Maybe if you read about animal cruelty you might be glad to not eat meat anymore. This is what I mean about a blessing in disguise. You might not be able to flirt and stuff, but maybe God has given you a glimpse of the falsehood of all that? Liking someone from inside is not a crime, but what good comes from dating or whatever? A person who has a sense of propriety and humility is very blessed. Instead of seeing it as a trap, see it an a gentle lifestyle change. Maybe Guru lovingly called you, and used that cruel guy as a means to a end, and took him away from you once the real blessing was accomplished? Another way of looking at it is: now you have been blessed with the outer form, Guruji is inviting you to find the inner devotion to accompany it? Whatever happens, you had a taste of the devout lifestyle. At least you can see that you are capable of it. another thing, try and replace the feelings of depression with feelings of humility.
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