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Some time ago I was excited to wake up at amritvela and I was determined to get up and not fall asleep during my nitnem, and enjoyed listening to asa di vaar afterwards. Now I don't feel that excitement at all, and rather than going straight for an ishnaan once i wake up, I spend around an hour doing anything else. i've become very lazy with my nitnem, and don't listen to asa di vaar anymore. i;ve totally lost that feeling of joy of waking up for my guruji, and i'm worried it'll never come back

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10 hours ago, Guest singh said:

Some time ago I was excited to wake up at amritvela and I was determined to get up and not fall asleep during my nitnem, and enjoyed listening to asa di vaar afterwards. Now I don't feel that excitement at all, and rather than going straight for an ishnaan once i wake up, I spend around an hour doing anything else. i've become very lazy with my nitnem, and don't listen to asa di vaar anymore. i;ve totally lost that feeling of joy of waking up for my guruji, and i'm worried it'll never come back

Do naam simran from 12:30am onward for 2.5 hours at least. 

Relax, listen to the ringing sound (anhad naad) and let the samadhi take you. 

Practice the teachings of Gurbani in your daily life, live an honest life, work hard, do good for others. 

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20 hours ago, Guest singh said:

Some time ago I was excited to wake up at amritvela and I was determined to get up and not fall asleep during my nitnem, and enjoyed listening to asa di vaar afterwards. Now I don't feel that excitement at all, and rather than going straight for an ishnaan once i wake up, I spend around an hour doing anything else. i've become very lazy with my nitnem, and don't listen to asa di vaar anymore. i;ve totally lost that feeling of joy of waking up for my guruji, and i'm worried it'll never come back

ur on another task rn, another quest. nitnem comes easy to u, now u have to go and take the next step...

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On 1/23/2019 at 11:39 AM, Guest singh said:

Some time ago I was excited to wake up at amritvela and I was determined to get up and not fall asleep during my nitnem, and enjoyed listening to asa di vaar afterwards. Now I don't feel that excitement at all, and rather than going straight for an ishnaan once i wake up, I spend around an hour doing anything else. i've become very lazy with my nitnem, and don't listen to asa di vaar anymore. i;ve totally lost that feeling of joy of waking up for my guruji, and i'm worried it'll never come back

If you still remember the Anand you used to get, use that as motivation and don't get distracted. Even if you just wake up everyday and just merely recite Bani, carry on. You will get used to it and you will start to enjoy it. I find getting lots of motivation from Katha or Kirtan before you go to bed also helps. I think the main thing is just getting back into the discipline and you will start to enjoy it more too. You can also try getting everything done before you go to bed so that when you wake up, you aren't distracted by anything and you just have to do your nitnem. Use Anand as your motivation and you can also try learning a new Bani so that you concentrating on something.

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On 1/23/2019 at 11:39 AM, Guest singh said:

Some time ago I was excited to wake up at amritvela and I was determined to get up and not fall asleep during my nitnem, and enjoyed listening to asa di vaar afterwards. Now I don't feel that excitement at all, and rather than going straight for an ishnaan once i wake up, I spend around an hour doing anything else. i've become very lazy with my nitnem, and don't listen to asa di vaar anymore. i;ve totally lost that feeling of joy of waking up for my guruji, and i'm worried it'll never come back

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ

Bhai Sahib,

I've gone through a similar thing and what I can say is that increase your love for Maharaj through Katha. Love is not just feeling. Even if you don't feel anything, still do what Maharaj says. Love is when you put someone else first instead of yourself so even if you don't feel joy right now keep doing your Paath and do an Ardas. Do it everyday and ask Maharaaj for help. You never know this might be a test from Maharaaj to see if you truly are a Sikh and we all believe that you are. So Bhaji keep on going, listen to Katha and the Sakhis of our Gurus and the Shaheeds and hopefully some of the love they had will come into you. :)

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ

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23 hours ago, Guest Truth said:

Do naam simran from 12:30am onward for 2.5 hours at least. 

Relax, listen to the ringing sound (anhad naad) and let the samadhi take you. 

Practice the teachings of Gurbani in your daily life, live an honest life, work hard, do good for others. 

When you say Nam simran do you mean waheguru simran or something else please specify . I am into kriya yoga and would like to take it further with gurbani I dont do path but often listen to kirtan and get real ras in that . any suggestions. 

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