Ask Your Question

Revision history [back]

click to hide/show revision 1
initial version

answered 2016-08-13 16:54:47 -0600

gn gravatar image

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

My mental condition is probably the same as yours I know I should be doing Simran but for some reason, I don't and you feel detached from Waheguru/Guru Ji.

We have to remember that doing Waheguru Simran is not easy.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji says in Rehras Sahib

Aasaa, First Mehl: Chanting it, I live; forgetting it, I die. It is so difficult to chant the True Name. If someone feels hunger for the True Name, that hunger shall consume his pain. ||1|| How can I forget Him, O my mother? True is the Master, True is His Name. ||1||Pause|| Trying to describe even an iota of the Greatness of the True Name, people have grown weary, but they have not been able to evaluate it. Even if everyone were to gather together and speak of Him, He would not become any greater or any lesser. ||2|| That Lord does not die; there is no reason to mourn. He continues to give, and His Provisions never run short. This Virtue is His alone; there is no other like Him. There has never been, and there never will be. ||3|| As Great as You Yourself are, O Lord, so Great are Your Gifts. The One who created the day also created the night. Those who forget their Lord and Master are vile and despicable. O Nanak, without the Name, they are wretched outcasts. ||4||3||

I guess what you could do is slowly build up you Simran maybe do 10 minutes in the night before you sleep or when you wake up in the morning.

Go on YouTube/Soundcloud and search Waheguru Simran and carry on with them might help you as well.

Bul Chuk Maf

Sat Sri Akaal

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

My mental condition is probably the same as yours I know I should be doing Simran but for some reason, I don't and you feel detached from Waheguru/Guru Ji.

We have to remember that doing Waheguru Simran is not easy.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji says in Rehras Sahib

Aasaa, First Mehl: Chanting it, I live; forgetting it, I die. It is so difficult to chant the True Name. If someone feels hunger for the True Name, that hunger shall consume his pain. ||1|| How can I forget Him, O my mother? True is the Master, True is His Name. ||1||Pause|| Trying to describe even an iota of the Greatness of the True Name, people have grown weary, but they have not been able to evaluate it. Even if everyone were to gather together and speak of Him, He would not become any greater or any lesser. ||2|| That Lord does not die; there is no reason to mourn. He continues to give, and His Provisions never run short. This Virtue is His alone; there is no other like Him. There has never been, and there never will be. ||3|| As Great as You Yourself are, O Lord, so Great are Your Gifts. The One who created the day also created the night. Those who forget their Lord and Master are vile and despicable. O Nanak, without the Name, they are wretched outcasts. ||4||3||

I guess what you could do is slowly build up you Simran maybe do 10 minutes in the night before you sleep or when you wake up in the morning.

Go on YouTube/Soundcloud and search Waheguru Simran and carry on with them might help you as well.

Also, check this post out http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/79343-simran-nd-nitnems/#comment-661178

Bul Chuk Maf

Sat Sri Akaal