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Is debauchery required to feel happy?

asked 2020-01-23 13:43:50 -0600

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updated 2020-01-27 12:03:03 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

I mean if I do paath everytime, lets say I become more Gurmukh and I feel happy.

Since I am happy all the time I lose the value of happiness and don't really feel happy anymore

If I take a drink etc. I am becoming Manmukh, but if after indulging in sin next day I again try to become Gurmukh I go from low to High and feel happy again.

So is a human supposed to 24x7 meditate or he can chill also in between

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answered 2020-01-27 12:06:40 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

"Since I am happy all the time I lose the value of happiness and don't really feel happy anymore." That is happiness that depends on something external (e.g., doing paath) There is a deeper happiness that is our natural state of being. This state is not dependent on anything or anyone. When we release the attachments and expectations that cause our own unhappiness then we exist in our natural state which is a constant flow of happiness which we call chardi kala.

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answered 2020-01-25 08:13:52 -0600

jaisinghkhalsa gravatar image

NO debauchary is not required to feel happy.Doing more paath doesn't make you more Gurmukh.It is just the starting of understanding Gurbani and controlling and working your mind according to it.Look if you will not have self control or control over your senses you will never find peace and your questions will never end.It's like loosing from ego or winning youself.First try to meditate for one hour in a week and then gradually increase your practice.

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