Baba Ram Kaur Singh jee
Once Mata Gujree jee humbly pressed her palms together and asked Guru Gobind Singh jee, "Son is there anyway I could be blessed with the sight of a Brahm-gianee, a Knower-of God!" Sangat jee, no matter how famous or spiritual a person is, even if he is a Brahm-gianee, he will have to receive amrit
Guru jee replied, "Mata jee get up at amrit-vela, get ready, meditate on Guru Nanak jee, prepare prashad and do Ardas. A Brahm-gianee will come to you, you will not have to go anywhere." At that time Brahm-gianee Baba Ram Kaur jee was engrossed in God's Name and instantly knew that he had to meet Mata Gujree jee. He got on his horse and came to Mata jee's house. With pressed palms she said, "I am greatly blessed, greatly blessed to have the holy sight of you Brahm-gianee jee." She respected him greatly. Baba Ram Kaur jee went to have the sacred vision of Guru Gobind Singh jee the next day. Guru Gobind Singh jee greeted him and said, "Baba Ram Kaur jee, receive Khanda-batta-da-amrit (amrit prepared in an iron bowl and stirred by the symbol of God's power the mighty double edged sword) and belong to the Guru."
Baba jee was taken aback, he said, "Guru jee, I've been blessed with the knowledge of God (Brahm Gian) yet am I still without a Guru? Surely, I don't need to receive amrit? Guru jee began to say, "Baba jee, you haven't received amrit yet, you aren't living according to the code of conduct of the Guru's house. When you receive amrit and live by the code of conduct of the Guru's house then you have become the Guru's." Baba jee said, "Guru jee, I read God's Word (Gurbanee) everyday, in Sukmanee Sahib it says that the Brahm-giani is God himself, so what's the need for me to receive?" Guru jee spent great efforts to make him understand.
Some time passed, winter came a great festival was about to begin. The officials of Anandpur were clearing the place of stray and wild dogs. They were feeding the dogs poison. Baba Ram Kaur jee came out and was taken curious about what the officials were doing. He said to them, "Brother, you keep feeding the stray dogs poison, but you leave the ones with collars alone. Why make the distinction? They're all wandering the streets." The officials said, "O Baba jee, the dogs with collars belong to someone. The ones without collars don't belong to anyone. We can kill countless stray dogs and no one will object. But, if we kill even one dog with a collar, it's master will go to the Government court and complain against us. We will be called up and punished. That is the difference, dogs without collars belong to no one, dogs with collars belong to someone."
Baba Ram Kaur jee finally understood what Guru jee was saying about belonging to the Guru. He thought "Ram Kaur, don't get mislead that just because you have got Brahm-Gian, the knowledge-of-God, that you are safe. You still don't belong to the Guru."
There are two types of Sikhs: ones that belong to the Guru; and ones that don't. The ones that receive amrit and live out the Rehat, or code of conduct, belong to the Guru, the ones that don't will suffer the same fate as the collar-less dogs. At the last breath, Guru Gobind Singh jee will take his Sikhs by the arm, the ones without a Guru will be left to suffer like the collar-less dogs.
Baba Ram Kaur jee couldn't sleep that night, because he realised he didn't belong to the Guru. In the morning he went to have the sacred sight, or darshan, of Guru Gobind Singh jee. Joining his hands together he greeted Guru jee and was asked, "Baba jee, I haven't seen you for some time, what made you remember me today?"
-"Guru jee, bless me with the gift of amrit."
-"Baba Ram Kaur jee, you are a Brahm-gianee, the same as God, what need is there for you to receive amrit?"
-"Yesterday I saw the dog catchers poison the dogs without collars and spare the dogs with collars. I thought both are dogs, but some were spared some were killed. The dog catcher told me that if a dog with a collar is killed then the master will come and make a report against them. O Guru jee that greatly affected my mind, just because I'm a Brahm-gianee it doesn't mean I don't need a Guru. I realised the ones who've received amrit will be protected by you in the true court. Bless me with amrit Guru jee."
Guru Gobind Singh jee told Bhai Daya Singh jee to prepare for the amrit ceremony. Baba Ram Kaur jee was from the same lineage as Baba Budda jee, he received amrit and became Baba Ram Kaur Singh jee.