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Barah Maha: Bhadon

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2021
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Barah Maha: Bhadon

The sixth month of Barah Maha occurs between mid-August and mid-September. The human-bride is at a point where she is experiencing a delusion, having forgotten IkOankar. She’s been distracted by the state of her surroundings. Now, she is lost. The gap between her heart and her mind is triggering mood swings. She feels good at one moment and fears the next. The sudden shifts in her behavior are uncovering her loss and loneliness. Will the human-bride find happiness or comfort without connection to IkOankar? Follow along as she looks to overcome her loneliness, her flaws, and forgetfulness.

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