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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Best answer I show you is: http://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/archive/2015-01-30
Click English at the top and listen to the Katha

As the Hukam says remain firm and steady. So just ignore these thoughts.

Going to try and keep this short:

You are very lucky that Guru Ji is calling you back.

Check out Lavaan This is sang when Sikhs gets married.

Also checkout Shabad Hazare (Sums up how you might be feeling)

We all get bad thoughts, I still get them but the thing is to ignore them. I still get random bad thoughts about my family. Its very common. Check out this link

Basics of Sikhi have a video of negative thoughts

For negative thoughts check these Hukamnama out:

http://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/archive/2015-02-04

Again checkout the english Katha.

Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Tegh Bahaadur Ji, tells us that we have so much evil in our minds and we can't control it. Its just like a dog tail can never be straight, even if you try. The only way to get rid of bad thoughts is meditating upon the Naam.

Check out these Naam simran audios:

NKJ Acapella Jatha
Check out Bhai Jagpal Singh Ji Sikh 2 inspire
GurSevak Jatha

Check out this really awaking. Check out all the Saheeds profiles out

As your getting into Sikhi check out Basics of Sikhi, Bhai Sukha Singh UK and the daily Hukamnama found on Sikh net. There should be a thing at the top that says English, download it and Bhai Sukha Singh Ji does a Katha in english.

Learn about Guru Ji and the Gursikhs. Help you to become stronger. Check out this link

I've seen many people get into Sikhi, even non-indian. I myself was very blessed by Guru Ji, I had cut hair now have long hair and hope one day Guru Ji can bless me to take amirt.

Looks like I couldn't keep this short. But remember to do Path/Simran/Seva and be humble.

Please forgive me if i said anything wrong or offensive.

Good luck may Waheguru have more Kirpa on you.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru JI Ki Fateh

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Best answer I can show you is: http://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/archive/2015-01-30
Click English at the top and listen to the Katha

As the Hukam says remain firm and steady. So just ignore these thoughts.

Going to try and keep this short:

You are very lucky that Guru Ji is calling you back.

Check out Lavaan This is sang when Sikhs gets married.

Also checkout Shabad Hazare (Sums up how you might be feeling)

We all get bad thoughts, I still get them but the thing is to ignore them. I still get random bad thoughts about my family. Its very common. Check out this link

Basics of Sikhi have a video of negative thoughts

For negative thoughts check these Hukamnama out:

http://www.sikhnet.com/hukam/archive/2015-02-04

Again checkout the english Katha.

Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Tegh Bahaadur Ji, tells us that we have so much evil in our minds and we can't control it. Its just like a dog tail can never be straight, even if you try. The only way to get rid of bad thoughts is meditating upon the Naam.

Check out these Naam simran audios:

NKJ Acapella Jatha
Check out Bhai Jagpal Singh Ji Sikh 2 inspire
GurSevak Jatha

Check out this really awaking. Check out all the Saheeds profiles out

As your getting into Sikhi check out Basics of Sikhi, Bhai Sukha Singh UK and the daily Hukamnama found on Sikh net. There should be a thing at the top that says English, download it and Bhai Sukha Singh Ji does a Katha in english.

Learn about Guru Ji and the Gursikhs. Help you to become stronger. Check out this link

I've seen many people get into Sikhi, even non-indian. I myself was very blessed by Guru Ji, I had cut hair now have long hair and hope one day Guru Ji can bless me to take amirt.

Looks like I couldn't keep this short. But remember to do Path/Simran/Seva and be humble.

Please forgive me if i said anything wrong or offensive.

Good luck may Waheguru have more Kirpa on you.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru JI Ki Fateh