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2013-11-03 11:10:15 -0500 answered a question I've lost interest..need guidance

Dear Penji,

Getting guidance on this would have a lot of angles to cover, it would perhaps be better to speak to someone in-person to obtain better understanding of your situation.

Based on the limited information provided, stop flirting all-together with the opposite gender, the end result will be sorrow and suffering, it's just a matter of time. Stopping the flirting falls hand-in-hand with self-control and self-discipline, there are many gateways to obtain some of this, but the most powerful and always accessible gateway is the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. You can reply for more details if your interested, as I don't wish to force you into thinking in a way you don't realize or understand yourself from the inside.

In my humble opinion, unless your at an age where you're ready for marriage don't waste time with meaningless relations with the opposite gender. It uses up a lot of energy which can be spent discovering yourself through spirituality and life. You can only know the type of person you'll like if you understand yourself deeply to some degree. Some guys/girls leave each other because through that experience they discover something about themselves through the relation they had. The only harsh thing about this is it can leave someone's heart shattered, leading to depression, emotional attachment, feeling of hopelessness etc. The lucky ones get out of this stage with Guru's blessing, but some stay in it for very long time. If your not in this stage from your past-relation, then consider yourself lucky and thank Guru Ji for teaching you. Learn from the experience and move on, don't make the mistake again.

Don't worry about the thoughts of you'll never find someone, leave it to Guru Ji, you'd be surprised how many people say they'll never find someone, and out of no-where when Guru Ji sends the right person at the right time, you'll be over-joyed with love. Have faith in Guru Ji. :)

Try speaking to someone older of the same gender, they an advise you best.

Hope this helps.

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2013-10-12 11:05:51 -0500 answered a question Amrit-Vela Problem

Dear Pritam,

I remember when I was younger, I watched so many horror movies that it scared me a lot when I was alone in darkness or such. But unlike you, I never recited Gurbani or anything at such a young age, your really blessed that at such an age, you're already starting to wake up at Amrit-Vela and mediate on the name of God, how can you possibly be scared, When Guru Ji himself is with you :)

I think these fears are just in your head, your mind is just tricking you and being fickle. Keep trying to concentrate and ask Guru Ji for the strength to over-come such fears. You can start by facing the fear, a noise can't harm you remember, it's just a sound, an image is just a graphic that the mind interprets and your imagination creates the drama. Recite Chaupai Sahib for protection and call upon the first four Guru's to surround you by reciting " Aad Gur-ay Namah, Jugaad Gur-ay Namah, Sat Gur-ay Namah, Siree Gurdayv-ay Namah".

I apologize if I've said anything disrespectful. -Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:56:34 -0500 answered a question Wanting langar

Dear Sister,

Not at all, plus you said it makes you feel happy, after-all what food could be better than food that's been blessed by Guru Ji. Try to go to the Gurdwara whenever you can, in the meantime, maybe you can give your mom some of your earnings from work to give to the kitchen of the Guru to help support it.

Regarding being selfish, Guru Ji gives his children lovingly, you can never do anything "enough" to be on par with Guru Ji; therefore, follow your heart on what you feel will alleviate the feeling of "selfishness" in you. You could do some sewa, donate to a charity, recite the Guru's bani etc. The relation is between you and Guru Ji

I apologize if I've said anything wrong.

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:46:23 -0500 answered a question Colour therapy

Dear Meet,

Colors like sounds have different frequencies and travel at different speeds etc. The colors are also linked to the Chakra's of the human body, it's a very deep spiritual science of the body, I don't understand it myself, but I do feel colors have an overall affect on your mindset. I think Yogi Bhajan is saying that by wearing white your mindset will be more neutral and stable, he's not saying you can't wear other colors but by wearing other colors, your mindset won't be as stable.

Of course, once you're reciting Guru Ji's name faithfully, these things won't matter, I think he's giving us spiritual aspirants guidance on the power of color in our daily lives in his lecture.

Sorry if I've said anything disrespectful.

Hope this helps. -Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:36:13 -0500 answered a question Yogi bhajan

Dear Meet,

I think it means in our daily lives now days we sit a lot, encounter a lot of stress, don't exercise much or practice yoga daily; as a result, the body becomes tense and rigid, over time energy starts becoming blocked and can create physical and mental diseases. The body needs to be kept healthy with exercises and/or Yoga, it refreshes not only the body but also the mind.

Hope this helps. -Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:23:27 -0500 answered a question Reap as you sow

Dear Meet,

I believe it's said " You shall reap what you sow". Basically, means for all your sins you'll have to suffer the consequences. Similar to the saying " What goes around comes around". That being said, if you do good deeds, you'll be rewarded for them as well! Don't ever shun to do good deeds is what Sikhi preaches, for doing good deeds could reduce the consequence of a bad deed. Every opportunity to do a good deed is a blessing from Guru Ji, every opportunity to do a bad deed can be considered a trap of maya or test of faith by Guru Ji.

Sorry if I've said anything disrespectful.

Hope that helps. -Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:20:53 -0500 answered a question Durmalla and turban

Dear Meet,

I think he's referring to in battle or extreme physical conditions. A regular turban is not as secure and firm as Durmalla or Daastar. Simply use the comparison of when playing sports, It's difficult to wear a pug in comparison to a Daastar as the Daastar is very secure.

I apologize if I've said anything disrespectful. -Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:17:51 -0500 answered a question Maya and money

Dear Meet,

Anything can become Maya if it draws you away from Guru Ji. Money is a very powerful driver in this world, people can do crazy things for it. What you want to avoid is to become greedy for money and waste it. You should as much as possible try to share it with the less fortunate and always earn it from honest means.

  • Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!
2013-10-12 10:06:01 -0500 answered a question Traders of naam

Dear Meet,

I'm not sure of this either, but you'd need to provide more detail on where you read this for interpretation affects it's definition. In general, I think it means those who trade in their life (desires, goals etc) to recite the name of god (naam) are doing the most profitable trade possible in this life-time.

I'm not sure of this. I apologize again, if I've said anything disrespectful.

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 10:03:10 -0500 answered a question Karam khand

Dear Meet,

I'm not sure, I believe these are the levels of realms you enter with Guru Ji's blessing through naam simran and devotion to Guru Ji. I believe in these respective "Khands", they cannot be described for their always eternal, beyond words etc. I think in these respective "Khands" your mind is restructured to eventually merge with Guru Ji and you can meet many other spiritual people in such Khands. If you read up a bit on Naam Simran there's a lot of Sant's and spiritual people who have offered some details on these stages. You really won't know until your blessed to reach such a spiritual height. :)

I apologize if I've said something wrong.

  • Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!
2013-10-12 09:57:30 -0500 answered a question Caliber values for a successfull marriage

Dear Meet,

It's best Baba Guruka Singh Ji answered this questions himself for he's more wise and evolved in life.

I think it means that the individuals getting married should match relatively close not only in worldly measured traits (i.e personality, goals, hobbies etc.) but also in their spirituality. For example, it could be harder for a person who's very deeply devoted to Guru Ji to marry a very worldly passionate person, they may not understand each other in that aspect, which could result in fighting, negativity and a general imbalance. At the same-time it's possible for someone who's more spiritually evolved to bring up someone who's less spiritual to a higher height.

Hope that helps a bit.

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-12 09:47:52 -0500 answered a question Yogi bhajan

Dear Meet,

I think it means not to make fake promises to people, be a person of your word, live up to what you say, preach only what you yourself practice. Words are the foundation of communication in our daily lives, people place trust and faith with our words, so if you're not worthy of your own word, what are you?

Hope that helps.

Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

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2013-10-02 19:51:59 -0500 answered a question Hurt from others

Dear Friend,

Confronting a person who's causing pain wouldn't be an issue, so long your intentions and emotions are under your control, and your "acting" to the situation and not "reacting" to the situation. If you're wishing to confront the person to release your emotional pain in anger, frustration or hatred, I would avoid it until you can calm down, breathe, and speak in a serious but calm tone.

It depends on the situation if you should just pray it gets better, once you've done everything you possibly can with love, you should just keep praying to Guru Ji to resolve it. (The ability to do things with love is the strength and gift from Guru Ji, so you should pray for that during the process).

That's an amazing trait you have, I commend you, always telling the truth is one of the hardest things. Even I lie sometimes,and that always passes through my head, that I shouldn't have lied. A person who lies shows lack of trust and faith in Guru Ji, a person who is truly truthful, has strong faith and trust in Guru Ji for all outcomes of any situation. To answer you question, anyone who lies and causes harm, you should let it be known they've lied. Of course, you'd have to analyze each situation on how you should let it be "known" as you don't want to humiliate person or hurt someone's feeling without fully understanding the situation first.

Hope that helps a bit.

Good luck,

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-10-02 19:39:43 -0500 answered a question Spritual ego

Dear Meet,

From the best of my understanding, Spiritual ego derives when the gifts and blessing one has received from Akal Purakh, we start to feel/think as we achieved or created them ourselves. As a result, we start differentiating ourselves from others by considering ourselves more superior, we forget who the real doer and creator (Guru Ji) is. The virtue of humbleness starts to fade, Spiritual ego can eventually lead to the downfall of one's spiritual progress, in many Sakhi's its demonstrated how great yogis, Brahmins and masters of high spiritual heights tried challenging the Guru's or felt jealous of them. Eventually, they were blessed to be taught by the Guru their own weakness and they awoke, bowing in humility to Guru ji. I think spiritual ego comes in all aspirants but it's a phase you'll pass through if you stay close to Guru Ji and keep practicing Gurbani and other spiritual practices.

I get attacked my spiritual ego too, sometimes external factors like education, talent, comments from people etc. can give your existing ego more power, luckily remembrance of Guru Ji grounds you again. You have to be careful with all 5 vices and be ever ready, for they can attack you when you least suspect it. :)

Religion has a lot of power, you can influence people with it, have social status etc. so some people, unfortunately, take advantage of this power and use it for wrong means. But the Guru is ever present, no one can hide from Guru Ji, those whose intentions are false or are leading others astray will never abide in the heavens hereafter.

I'm sure Baba Guruka Singh ji and Lovepreet ji can provide more insight on this topic as they're more spiritually evolved. :)

Best wishes,

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

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2013-09-28 10:05:59 -0500 asked a question Frequency of sex between married couple

How often should a married couple be engaging in the sacred act of sex? As a male, it feels draining at a both physical(exercise duration, strength etc.) and mental (irritated, focus, concentration) energy levels don't feel same thereafter? Is it true uncontrolled indulgence even in a marriage can hinder spiritual progress, weaken the body, shock the nervous system etc.?


2013-09-28 09:43:37 -0500 commented question Aspect of Loneliness

Thank you for your detailed personal answer and blessings Didi (Lo K.B)!

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2013-09-27 22:59:27 -0500 asked a question Aspect of Loneliness

Hello Everyone,

As per previous questions and answers (Very enlightening answer Baba Guruka Singh Ji) regarding the aspect of loneliness, if it's the path to fulfillment, should one simply just meditate on the name of Guru ji when such emotions of loneliness arise regardless?

What is everyone's thoughts and experiences?

Thanks again :)

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2013-09-26 09:31:51 -0500 answered a question Gazing another woman

Dear Meet,

Try this experiment, gaze upon your sister (if you have one) or a sisterly cousin or your mother, study your thoughts and analyze your mind. Now gaze at any other women, analyze your thoughts now? What's changed? Why's it changed? Spend timing thinking about it.

How you gazed at you mother/sister, is how ideally you should gaze at another women, even in marriage, of course, this is a blessing from Guru Ji, keep reciting Gurbani and study Sikhism, many of your questions answers will unfold themselves. Have patience :)

Sorry if I've said anything wrong.

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-09-25 09:45:13 -0500 asked a question Does Naam Simran have to contain "Waheguru"?

Hi Everyone,

Just a question, when you're doing naam simran at a very beginner stage, if you use other mantra's such as " Gur Ang Sang", is it respectful and okay? Or should one always use "Satnam Sri Waheguru" ?

Thank you!

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2013-09-18 08:48:19 -0500 answered a question Hats (topi)

Dear Meet,

Read about the sacrifices made by Guru's and GurSikh's who had their heads and Kesh cut off, you'll understand yourself. Again, be patient, a quick answer won't help you understand from the inside, you should feel the understanding not because someone told you! :) (I'm saying this politely, don't take it harsh :)

  • Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!
2013-09-18 08:44:51 -0500 answered a question Khalsa and caste

Dear Meet,

Read all the sakhis about what past great Gursikhs , saints and Guru's have done for all of mankind, this will help you realize what the Khalsa represents practically, then re-read this line, you will have your answer with your own understanding, be patient! :)

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

2013-09-17 22:34:28 -0500 asked a question Loneliness


I had a question regarding the feeling of loneliness, when we feel lonely at times, it naturally wants us to either interact with others, have companionship with another human, if this aspect is not met, it can start to make us feel low about things that aren't really material, or make us remember events or people in the past etc. When this energy arises (I'm calling loneliness an energy), how should we approach it? For example, when lust arises we're taught to meditate on Guru Ji through Naam simran or reciting Gurbani etc. Would the same thing apply to this energy as well? Or is this energy telling us something? Is it healthy to feel this at times? Should one just ignore it and carry on keeping the mind occupied in other aspects of life? Should one in general avoid trying to interact with people to temporarily fulfill the desire of the loneliness energy to mix with other humans, especially the opposite gender as it can lead to wrong intentions?

I'd appreciate any wisdom from anyone.

Thanks for your time. :)

2013-09-17 20:24:17 -0500 answered a question what should I do

Dear Gurpreet,

No doubt follow Lo K.B. advice as it's very exhaustive and insightful :) Consider your mother a mini test of faith, courage and devotion to Guru Ji. Even though your mother is resisting your wishes or acceptance of sudden change, embrace this as an opportunity to discover your own weaknesses and try to conqueror them, for example, when she says these things is it making you angry?, sad?, discouraged?, hateful? etc. Gurbani teaches us to be the opposite in such circumstances, so in a way your mother's helping you become closer to Guru Ji, if you be strong and persevere by requesting strength from Guru Ji, with time your mom will accept you lovingly. Remember she's your mother, since your were baby she took care of you, do you think deep down she would want to see you hurt? As Lo K.B advised, follow the approach of truthful, open, and honest discussion with your mom.

If you overcome this test of facing your mom, when society (the world) starts to put you down or gives you negativity you'll be tougher and less afflicted because you were able to stand up to your blood related mom (a strong bond) and still stay devoted to Guru Ji. Don't give in to failure or fear to express what you are inside, don't feel depressed by what others say or think, it will take time, but if you recite the Guru's bani with love and devotion, you will obtain the strength. Anytime you feel down, read about great Kaur's and Singh's and how they were tested by Guru Ji etc, develop dynamic will, as you think, so will you become, say to yourself mentally " I shall overcome the test of my mother, only then shall I be called Gurpreet "KAUR".

Best wishes and be Kaurageous!! :)

Sorry if I've outspoken!

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale.

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2013-09-16 18:16:27 -0500 marked best answer Marriage Lifestyle Question

Hello, Are there married couples out there who practice copulation only for the purpose of having children, and prior to that an Ardas as well to Guru Ji? The excess creative energy they use towards other mutual/loving things such as meditating together, doing naam simran together, reciting Gurbani together, going for walks, spending time together in other fun activities, holding hands/cuddling etc. How should one let a potential life partner know prior to marriage this is how they feel to live in marriage?

What are everyone’s thoughts on such a lifestyle? Please feel free to offer your opinion and experiences :)

Thank you.

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2013-09-16 18:13:56 -0500 answered a question Marriage Lifestyle Question

Dear Lo K.B.

Thank you very much for your answer Didi, I appreciate you taking the time to write such an insightful reply, I shall definitely take your thoughts in consideration.

I wish you the best!! - Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale

2013-09-13 18:54:40 -0500 answered a question Sex before marriage

Dear Anonymous,

You should seek forgiveness from Guru Ji for your action, and also apologize sincerely to the women you met online. If you truthfully and with your hearts content, humbly ask for forgiveness to Guru Ji, it will be granted at his will, having understanding of why your action was not correct will help build that deep inner content. Having premarital sex is forbidden not only in Sikhi, but in many other religions, remember they all lead to the same path, Guru Ji. Don't ever do it again until your married, consider this lesson and warning from Guru Ji in your life. You should always be respectful, polite, kind and helpful to women, don't follow society's display of what women represent (sex objects), look at your own sister and mother to obtain how you feel you should treat and look upon other women. This includes both mentally and physical as well. This of course isn't easy, but no one ever said being a Sikh is easy to begin with. Unknowingly, you have disrespected Guru Ji by having premarital sex without his consent (marriage) with one of his dearest daughters, you've also shown disrespect to the women's parents with such an action, even if you married her, you would more or less hide this truth from them forever! When deciding on a potential partner for marriage, sexual intercourse should be the last of your worries, for that is not the only purpose of marriage, especially at an early stage. Question yourself this, Are you at an age your ready for marriage both in mind, body and soul? Have you finished your education? Do you have a full-time stable job? etc. Back away from this relation for sometime, or cool it at least, there's no rush. You shouldn't be alone with her anymore unless a parent or friend is around, once you've been prone to lust with that action, your mind will play more tricks, if you don't do naam simran or recite Gurbani faithfully and with devotion, you will fall prey to repeating the act, don't even for a moment think you can control the energy, you will hopelessly fail. Don't get me wrong, I'm not being rude or impolite, I just want you to understand the seriousness of why you should think things over :). Regarding if its lust or a genuine connection, think about why you posted this question? Your inner conscious is telling you something listen to it, why do you both have doubts, recite the Guru's bani, go to the Gurdawara, do seva, avoid talking to her from sometime, loosen the attachment, and THEN see with a clear mind what do I feel. What's the hurry if you defer judgment for 6 months or a year? Patience is a virtue. I wish you the best, make the right decision, make Guru Ji proud that your his Sikh, everyone experiences downfalls, just learn ... (more)

2013-09-13 17:32:40 -0500 answered a question Tobacco/Smoking

Dear Sir,

Our efforts are limited to the amount of strength the Guru provides us, so long your recitation of Gurbani and Ardas to Guru ji is with faith and love, you will obtain the rewards as the Guru Ji awards. Based on what you've said, it seems your hearts in the right direction as your trying to change bad habits, what you need is strength from Guru Ji to overcome the bad habits and face the challenges in eliminating (i.e withdrawl symptoms and temptations). Keep trying and don't give up, even if you keep failing, keeping on trying, and keep faith that Guru Ji will help you overcome it. Have a strong will and Guru Ji's blessing and you will overcome this habit. I've seen alcoholics and drug abusers literally change into quite amazing and influential people, Your not any less, you have the potential to become the better person you desire in this life-time, don't waste it. Giving up tabacoo/smoking isn't easy if you've done it for a long time, the body will cling to an intoxicant that relieves a mind state it can't handle (i.e commonly stress etc) Since your desire is to overcome the bad habit, you'll have to face that mind state, praying to Guru Ji, reciting Gurbani in times your tempted will help a lot. Try taking those rehabilitation programs which have a lot of good experience with people who have gone through your situation. Start of by making a firm decision that your going to stop the bad habit, once you have the firm decision mentally, eliminate any thoughts that try to influence you to give in to the bad habit, naam simran will help a lot, after this slowly the need of the intoxicant will fade away. Remind yourself your hurting your body, mind and soul each time you use this intoxicant, don't let the bodies urges or fickle mind convey you into giving in. You'll love it when you'll have overcome the bad habit, just don't ever give up! I wish you the best!

Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!