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vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh

Recently I feel more down then ever, everything is going great though, nothing is so wrong, loveing family, understanding friends,but I feel more depressed than ever before, I feel so close to god now too, and that just scares me more, is this normal? Thing is the little things get me confiused and worried, everyone sasy let go of the past, and stuff, I did some pretty dumb things in the past and I feel stupid but im over it im sure, only sometimes does it come to haunt me, but everything now worries me, I feel as though I m not the bestist friend or best daughter, why do i feel this way, when now im closest to god?

vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh

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Penji bascially when our avastha starts goin up and reaching stages KAAL gets his army stronger and comes at us from different ways and tries to steal our simran and love for waheguru. Kaal can notbelieve we so sorted and tries to make us feel angry or whatever, 5 vices......

Stay strong, Don't think bout anything, Jaap more naam

Waheguru ji ka khalsa Waheguru ji ki fateh

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Don't be too hard on yourself. We can all feel down at some stage in our lives. Try focusing on more positive thoughts if possible. It is highly likely that this is just a phase you are going through that will end in time. Humans are also made up of complex chemicals which can effect our moods, especially during teenage years (I assuming you are fairly young).

Meditate for short bursts to keep your mind off things for a short while if you can. In addition talk it out with some trusted and understanding friends if possible.

This time will pass.

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Vaheguru JiKaKhalsaVaheguruJiKiFateh

a phase?. a state?. a war?.wow never thougt of them, thanks!

Vaheguru JiKaKhalsaVaheguruJiKiFateh

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penji,

basically we trying to kill our furneh > thoughts

When we think bout random stuff we wasting our swas kunjee....breathe to do waheguru, our job is to luth that kajana...... the treasure of our father and grandfather, see shabad in SGGS JI

When we save our swas and use em in naam simran whatever we may be doing at the time at work etc, we doing a truly good thing.....

Waheguru ji

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