In addition to the foregoing, the dscipline of mind enjoins upon the disciple the following four prohibitive instruction, which are to be rigidly followed:
(1) Tobacco and other intoxicants like liquor, opium, bhang, etc., are not to be used in any form. Tobacco is not to be touched even.
(2) Hair is not to be removed from any part of the body.
(3) Co-habitation with any person other than one’s own wife/husband is prohibited.
(4) Use of Kutha (killed animal viz., meat) and egg is prohibited.
Violation of any of the foregoing directions renders one liable to appear before the Panj Piaras for a disciplinary action (ਤਨਖਾਹ) and renewal of baptism failing which spiritual advancement will not only cease but meet with a positive recession.