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asked 2019-11-08 23:29:10 -0500

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updated 2019-11-11 09:57:24 -0500

Guruka Singh gravatar image

I can't believe it's been a year since I have been suffering in silence. I don't know what to do anymore and I feel desperate. We read the book Siddhartha and it made me feel lonely and more sad. I mean I always knew God is not a man up there but like...

Approximately a year ago I started watching sikhnet videos and stuff, life was good and all. Then this weird painful stuff started happening... now when I think about it does that mean "God" doesn't want me to get closer to him? Like what did I do wrong at that time... Since my perspective on prayers has also changed, I feel even more desperate. Umm like so when u pray ur basically praying to yourself :/? . I have also heard if u pray with a pure heart then guru will definitely listen to ur prayer umm who's guru? what guru? I haven't listened or did paath as I planned to do, first I don't wanna do it...second I know my life ain't going to get better with it and If i had been doing paath since all this stuff started happening I probably have already lost faith.

This is the crucial time of my life, college and stuff is coming up and I m over here screwed rn. I had so many goals in life but...

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answered 2019-11-11 09:55:30 -0500

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The remedy for your pain is already inside of you. The answers you seek are inside of you as well. There is nothing outside of you that can help you. But you can go within yourself and heal. Beyond the traumas and dramas of life there is a place which you long for. That place is always present, but your own thoughts, fears, insecurities, and guilt get in the way of getting there. Pavan Guru - the Guru is in your breath. Your self-discipline will take you there. Meditate every day in the ambrosial hours and connect to your soul.

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answered 2019-11-09 10:53:55 -0500

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updated 2019-11-09 12:28:37 -0500

The problem is you have "listened or did paath as I planned to do" But never understood what it says.

Problems in life will always be there, Paath cannot fix that. only thing Paath (if you really understand what its saying) will do is act as a pain killer.

Suffering and joy are two faces of same coin, one cannot exist without another. If you have never suffered in life you will not know what happiness is and vice -versa. Better to accept and live in reality

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