Weird questions from non Sikh person to Sikh people who are willing to help
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San José, Costa Rica
#1 Jan 9, 2012
This will be very very wierd, but I really need to ask, so please don't be too critic on the subject, if you find it too weird or even senceless just ignore it, I hope someone can give some answers:
I am not related in any form to Sikh tradition in any way whatsoever, I am a latin american who was born in a catholic family, but in my adulthood I decided to stop sharing catholic tradition since I don't believe in it, so I started searching for my own spiritual path, and after several years I feel I have achieved outstanding growth and knowledge thanks to many teachings and theory absorbed from many philosophies beliefs and traditions.
As a result of my open minded research and cultivation on many philosophies and teachings, recently I have been involved in practices wich include performing what it might be described as "astral projection". I am not sure if Sikh tradition contemplates that phenomena in any way, but I will ask my question anyway in a full esoterical context and in the most respectful and serious way towards your beliefs, without any intention for missrespect or offence, please have in consideration that I basically know nothing about Sikh tradition so any posibility of offence or mistake will be totally involuntary or even accidental, so I want to appologyse in advance in case of any involuntary offence or missunderstanding...
Recently, during one of my most intense and overwhelming experiences on "astral projection", I was able to communicate with "a group of individuals" with wich I had these very extense and enriching "conversation" about many very subjective and complicated topics wich I'm not extending in this paragraphs at the moment because I don't want to miss the point.
During this "conversation" they gave me a "name", or something like that, they called me something that phonetically might sound something like "KAHANDA GARI" or something like that.
Later on, while I was awake meditating on the subject, I've "googled" those words on the internet to see what kind of mundane results or clues could I find. I've didn't found anything concrete, but I've realized that most of the indirect results that I've got were related to Begal or Indian words, and many Sikh related contexts were among those results, so here I am using the closest channel of communication that I can find at the moment for been able to discuss the subject with people who are cultivated on the Sikh tradition.
Does the words "KAHANDA GARI" mean anything to you?
Could they be Bengal or Indian words in some way?
Do they have any meaning whether textually or phonetically, specially in a esoterical-spiritual-religious context?
Is there some kind of Sikh interpretation of my experience, or you just find that the whole thing is senceless and that I'm taking it too far?
Any good intentioned apportation will be well appreciated.
Thank you for your attention and for any help you might be able to give.
#2 Apr 25, 2012
How do I say "You are a wild and sexy man" ...in Gurmukhi????
#3 Apr 26, 2012
Hi. I'm Sikh and I believe in astral travelling. Im into all this as well and it started all from my sleep paralysis episodes.Infact, our gurus astral travelled a lot while meditating. For that word youre talking about, It may mean something, it may not. I'm not sure if it was said in our language(Punjabi). Most likely not.
We have something in Sikhism called a 'khanda'. You may want to search that up. Also, could you make out the persons face who was saying all this to you?
#4 Apr 26, 2012
hello to you, iam a baptised sikh, and there can be a specific meaning to that which might relate to just yourself, but what could be a possibility and how id interperate the name khanda ghARI is in two words, khanda means double edged sword and the word ghari is indian for clock or time, so id say the meaning is along the lines of its time for the sword.
now in sikhism the baptised sikhs carry a kirpan (KNIFE/SWORD) FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMANITY, against the opression from the enemy. so in this day and age there is so much opression against many minorities and sects of people and maybe its time to take action with the sword which is the last resort but in sikh scriptures we are told that there will be a time when we must use the sword against the enemies because it wil be the onli language they understand,
i didnt want to write an essay but if you will like any further disscusion wit myself jus reply thanks tke kare
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