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Waheguru, Jika Kahalsa, Waheguru Jiki Fateh.

Hi, I'm Aneel. I'm a twelve year old boy. And of course I'm a fellow Sikh.

I'm always scared to sleep alone because I fear my nightmares are real and true. Every now and then I get dreadful nightmares.

If there is anything I can do about this please reply.

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Do kirtan sohilla simran and ardass everyday

Nihang Gavinpal Singh Khalsa gravatar imageNihang Gavinpal Singh Khalsa ( 2012-11-19 14:28:49 -0600 )edit

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answered 2012-11-17 12:18:06 -0600

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Kirtan Sohela and ardas after..

dreams for Gursikhs

Here are some random thoughts on dreams. 1. If an Amritdhari Gursikh still dreams of doing Kaam related Kurehits, then it seems like the mind has not got imbued in Gurmat yet. As Gurbani and Naam cast effect on the mind, one totally stops having dreams or the dreams that one has are spiritual ones i.e. one gets Darshan of Gurmukh, Sants, or even Guru Sahib. One step lower would be to have Darshan of other spiritual beings or spiritual realms . 2. Many Gurmukhs say that having Darshan of Gurmukh Sants and Guru Sahib in dreams is the first step before having Darshan of Guru Sahibaan and Gurmukh Sants in Sargun Saroop. The ultimate Darshan are the Jyot-Vigaasi Nirgun Saroopi Sachkhandi Darshan of Guru Sahib and Vaheguru. 3. Even though having dreams of doing Bajjar Kurehits is a Nishaani or a sign of a mind not fully coloured in Naam and Gurbani, still it is better to have these Bajjar-Kurehit dreams than doing these Bajjar-Kurehits in actual life. No doubt, a Gurmukh who is submitted to Guru Sahib, gets saved from doing Bajjar Kurehits and if doing these Bajjar Kurehits is one of the Karma written on one's forehead, then Guru Sahib fulfills this Karma through a dream and one is saved from sufferring this Karma in real life . 4. A Gurmukh who does not sleep more than required, is engaged in Naam, Gurbani and other good Gurmat sewa-oriented Karams, does not ever see dreams at all and if he does have dreams, such dreams are only spiritual in nature 5. Sometimes, in dream or a dream-like state, one sees scenes of one's past life or lives. Sometimes, the scenes of one's past life are mixed with current life and something new is created. The keen observers and analysts of such dreams are able to recognize past life scenes. Many times one finds out the past life relations with one's current life relatives and friends. 6. It should be noted that the people with whom we are related in this life, are not ones we have met for the first time. Most likely, we have had many many lives of relationship with our spouse, parents, children, close friends etc. Good and bad Karmic debts bring us together again and again. If we are to take Janam in the next life, it is unlikely for us to go to just any random family or net of friends. Most of us take Janam for Karmic reasons and we have outstanding Karmic debt against only such people whom we have met in previous lives. So one is almost always born in families and people one has known before, in previous lives. 7. Coming back to the topic of dreams, many dreams are result of our inner tendencies. We dream about what we can't do in real life. 8. Some dreams are a result of a strong event or inclination ... (more)

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answered 2012-11-19 14:27:37 -0600

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Waheguru please do this brother I am 14 before you do 5 minute simran then do the full kirtan sohilla sahib

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