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12 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

I want to fall asleep sometimes at those things, especially if it is is during a workday or evening.   🤣

What to do, some are born with tiredness  😂😂😂

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3 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

May be God’s punishing me for my past karmas!

The True God Waheguru Akal Purukh never ever punishes anybody, for He is an infinite Ocean of Love and Mercy.

It is our own sanskaras which show out.

Not all people are at the same  mental or spiritual level.

I suggest you that though you fall asleep, please continue with your bhakti, for what counts in His eyes are your efforts, the resullts are in nobody´s hands.

One day by His grace, your apparently so called "kachee"bhakti will turn into a "pakee" one.

Just keep going.

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On 9/6/2020 at 12:38 AM, brotha said:

What to do, some are born with tiredness  😂😂😂

lol trust me though, just because things are 'worldy entertainment', they aren't going to stop me from wanting to fall asleep! 😂

 

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On 9/5/2020 at 1:19 AM, CHaamCHrick said:

My problem is I fall asleep when doing simran, any help would be most appreciated. I get very upset when this happens.  I feel like I have wasted my time.

I feel the same.. early morning..afternoon or evening...anytime I try to do Simran...I fell asleep and dreaming :(

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On 9/5/2020 at 1:22 AM, CHaamCHrick said:

Brother, is it quite common for people to fall asleep when doing naam simran? If so, does it mean, we haven’t done any progress in our abhiyas? What becomes of people like us that fall asleep while remembering God at Amritvela? Do we go to hell? Can you pls answer these questions, as I am really anxious to know.

I wonder that too..really good question..

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On 9/5/2020 at 2:15 AM, brotha said:

CHaamCHrick Jee,

how would you explain if a child goes to school but instead of paying attentio to what is being taught in the class, falls asleep or keeps on looking at the walls or the ceiling.

How can ever that child learn something and become a graduate one day?

Well, that is as per worldy "learning", but in the path of bhakti, Waheguru is not like that, He is a boundless ocean of love and mercy, thus for sure He will give us better envoirements in future lives to evolve spiritual wise.

But then, if He has already blessed us as human beings, why not make the most of it right now?

Just tell me, when we go to watch a movie, or a concert, or whatever worldy entertainment, do we fall asleep?

No, isn´t it?

Then why when we engage in His bhakti?

You see, if we fall asleep, means that either we are not doing our spiritual practices when we  are fresh and alert, or, we have not even a tiny  value of His Omniscience and Omnipresence.

Jut go through the lives of Guru Sahiban or Bhagat Jan, and try to get inspiration of how He should be loved and given our devotion.

See the love for example of Fifth Patshahee for His Father Guru Ram Das in the shabad : mera man lochay Guru darshan...

 

 

Thank you.

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2 minutes ago, kaur said:

I feel the same.. early morning..afternoon or evening...anytime I try to do Simran...I fell asleep and dreaming :(

If it is really hard to stay awake during simran, a suggestion I have is that you can go to youtube and type Vaheguru simran.You can follow the simran and sing along.That can help you concentrate. 

 

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4 minutes ago, Shaheed4life said:

If it is really hard to stay awake during simran, a suggestion I have is that you can go to youtube and type Vaheguru simran.You can follow the simran and sing along.That can help you concentrate. 

 

Shahhed4life ji.. I appreciate your prompt reply.... I used to do that for many months but after listening kathas and more about Simran..Japp.. They all say that I should hear the sound of Waheguru while I recite it.. ''Rasna Naam Jappy tey Mann suney'' by Sant Maskeen ji.. So I really wanted to do that but I feel sad knowing that I am not doing it right.. that is why I am falling asleep  pretty much all the times..

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On 9/7/2020 at 4:39 PM, kaur said:

Shahhed4life ji.. I appreciate your prompt reply.... I used to do that for many months but after listening kathas and more about Simran..Japp.. They all say that I should hear the sound of Waheguru while I recite it.. ''Rasna Naam Jappy tey Mann suney'' by Sant Maskeen ji.. So I really wanted to do that but I feel sad knowing that I am not doing it right.. that is why I am falling asleep  pretty much all the times..

Bhenji do not feel sad that you are not doing it right.It is perfectly fine.Guru Sahib will still be pleased as long as we are moving away from maya and heading towards our Guru.If we  make an effort,Guru Sahib will do kirpa.

Bhul Chuk Maf 🙏

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