Sunday, June 3, 2007


Well, even though blogging is addicting and is a great tool for learning and sharing thoughts, moments and life with others, but I think it is time for me to let go! At times reading other people's blogs helped focus and bring things out of duality, but at other times, it was the very same thing that took it away. But overall, it has been great experience! Thank you all for your comments, learned a lot from all of the comments and posts and met some really great people on line!


Blogger Prabhu Singh said...

The Sikh 'blogsphere' will be missing one of the more thoughtful and mature bloggers. Thanks for sharing.
Sat Naam Ji.

10:24 AM, June 06, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Manjit singh ,

thank you for sharing lots and lots of articles with us. It was inspiring to read your thoughts and reflect them. I know it could be very time consuming for blogging. If you don't mind just write an article maybe once a month if you desire.

I always have been reading your comments left at which were well thought and executed. If you don't want to blog then just leave a comment at Gurumustak blog if anything interests you.

Even though we have not met each other but we have established a cyber sangat relationship. It was great know how you changed your life with guruji's grace. It was very inspiring to read all of it.

I have been reading your blog since you started. I think you started to leave your comments at and there was another partner Isingh. Some how he also stopped leaving comments, however in the begining we used to leave lot of comments and that's how we got know each other. Also, sikhi seer used to leave comments and she also got tired. I do respect their decesions.

Dear, If life permits I will be very forunate to meet great souls on this earth just like you.

Again, it would be good to see your comments on the

Once again, Thank you very much. May Guruji fill your life with joy.

Take care ji


4:42 PM, June 06, 2007  
Blogger SikhsRus said...

Satnam Prabhu Singh Ji! Learned a lot from your blog and meeting in person. It was nice to see you, Hari Singh and Sita in Yuba City even briefly. And, that Bhangra was quite amazing!

Gurinder Ji, it is nice to hear from you and yes, thank you for sharing your stories and experiences with us. I remember particularly the one you had posted on Sikhiseeker blog about how you saw a man on the road during your accident but nobody else had seen or known about him. Thanks for all your thoughtful comments as well.

4:31 AM, June 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Manjit singh ji

This how it happened and even now I can see it clearly.

I had done my undergraduate at Alberta in canada. It was X-mas time and one has to drive through rock mountains to get to vancouver. I began my journey right after my last final exam and the weather was not good. But excited to be with my parents and siblings I could not resist myself to stay couple of more days until the wheather clears up.

Making long storty short. It was almost one in the morning and there was sheet of black ice on the road which I failed to notice at that moment. First, my car fish tailed and went to the left side of the highway but I successfully maneuvered it out but instantly it fish tailed again and this time it was out of control and flew off the highway. Remind you that I am driving on rocky mountains where you cannot see the bottom. As my car flew over the highway, Instantly I knew that I am going to die. Then I blocked my mind of every thought and closed my eyes and screamed Waheguru as loud as I could. Because I wanted only Waheguru to be in my mind before I die. Luckly the car landed on the top of the trees and got caught there, and kinda tilted to the left- driver side leaning on the mountain. So I had to use the passenger door to get out.

First, thing I turned the emergency lights. Since every inch of earth was covered with white snow the entire valley glowed with emergency lights. However, slowly I made up to the highway and thanking God that he saved me, but then it occurred to me that if no car comes by then I will freeze to death again. But I knew that I will survive,

Mean while, a pick up and a semi trailer truck stopped and called for police and tow truck.

Now, I inside the truck on the passenger side. Suddenly the truck driver and I saw a greyish- brownish figure of man crossed the highway and went towards my car.

The truck driver instantly yelled! did you see that and I had goose bumps all over. He took his huge flash light and went to see if there were any foot prints. Nothing was there!!!!!!

Manjit singh,

I would like to share with you the power of Kundilini yoga. This power is actually atomic energy which is non-physical at the end of the spine. This energy can be awakened by meditation accompanied by yoga excercises.

The point is that - People in the past and present want this power to be awakened but they do not follow the right path and they end up in mental hospitals. These people use force (excercises) only to awaken this energy. But this energy can only be controlled if we also try to purify ourselves and meditate on God with Love, do seva.

Our objective as sikhs is to obtain God with love and that's it. But as we make real progress in our meditation, sadh sangat, seva then reality opens before our eyes.

Well, I not at that level. But will try to accomplish something with the Grace of God.

A person known by Gopi Krishna had this kundilini awakening and he describes his feelings on it. Its very interesting.

I know people are going to say, its against sikhi. But our SGGS is full of this power. Where it talks about tenth door etc...

Go to this website and scroll down where there is a video on Gopi Krishna.

10:20 AM, June 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

above comment was left by Gurinder

10:21 AM, June 08, 2007  
Anonymous Sikhi Seeker said...

omg, I am so saddened to see you go. Your blog was something i knew that I could come back to anytime to share a thought with you, or just to see how you are doing. I'm going to really miss you. It was my absolute delight to have met you. Thank you for every time you shared your wisdom. I'm sure you chose this consciously...but can you please come back after taking a break. I hope to start writing again next year. I hope you give it a thought :)

May Waheguru keep you in chardi kala, always!!

p.s.// I don't think i have your email address. Can you please email me your link at Thanks!!

10:52 PM, August 01, 2007  
Anonymous Sikhi Seeker said...

Sat Sri Akal Gurinder veerji!

I still remember that story of your and even reading it today, brought me chills! I was in a terrible car accident last thursday, and i was calling for Waheguru too...but something else was written in my destiny. Anyhow, reading of your incredible experience brings more faith :)

Hope all is well. Stay in Chardi Kala!!!

10:54 PM, August 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you should continue blogging SIkhs never give up !!! Do they , I have a project and would like to start with you which may interest you. But blogging is must ans you should start back.

10:34 PM, August 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is in response to your comment posted at another blog on conversion

Where were the fanatic hindu groups when a hindu puja like Chaat Puja was not allowed in Maharastra? Will VHP and Bajrang Dal support Raj Thakeray to protect Marathi identity by harming non-Marathis in Mumbai & Nagpur? If fanatic Hindus are supported to harm converts, fanatic Marathis will see precedent in that and start harming non-marathis in Maharastra.

Will VHP & BD request for ban of english and promote Hindi?

Educated people should know the difference between vote bank politics and real issues.

3:31 AM, October 01, 2008  

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