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Karma is the second etiologically important factor that leads to depression as per Guru Granth Sahib. Bad karmic actions force a person to sit and weep , while good karma makes them resistant to pain dukh , disease rog , and fear bhau ,4 , all of which are references to depression.
Death of a person has been especially given some importance. The text mentions that death of a loved one may give rise to feelings of worthlessness in the survivor It cites the example of a widow, who after losing her husband may suffer in sadness Other causes that have been listed are taunts fika-bol , hypocrisy pakhand , and loss of wealth dhan p. Drinking of wine results in madness baral that is characterized by sadness, hopelessness niraasa , pollution of the intellect, restlessness, and misery, and can lead to all sorts of diseases rog p.
The text also mentions three factors that are bad for the body and mental peace ; and can cause depression: excessive and unfulfilled sexual desire kaam , anger krodha , and egotism or pride ahankaar p These have been variously referred to as demons paret and wounds of the soul jeeah mei chot Symptoms Symptoms of depression have been mentioned throughout the text.
Depressed individuals are said to suffer in sadness and agony and have been compared to maggots in manure bista meh keerey Like the deer caught in a trap fahi fathey mirag , they continually cry out in pain Reference to decreased interest in previously pleasurable activities anhedonia has been made on p.
It is said that one may not feel interested in his or her work like acting in dramas or singing in theaters, or riding horses or elephants. There is also a loss of interest in grooming oneself with jewelery and dressing in silk and satin clothes p.
Bad karmic actions force a person to sit and weep This reflects the psychomotor slowing and crying seen in depression. There are also references to loss of interest in sexual activity. The text also mentions that the afflicted mind muhn-bhulo may harbor negative thoughts vikar The negative outlook of the depressive is evident in line 1 of page which states that the sick person perceives everyone else as sick, while to the happy person, everyone else seems happy, and also that for the depressed, colors may appear faded and washed away Weeping rona and loss of sleep neend and appetite have been mentioned as symptoms of sadness seen after the person is separated from the Lord , as is heaviness on the head sir aavey bhaar The tongue is said to lose all tastes in the absence of the name of the Lord ; all tastes saad are perceived as insipid and bland fika ; In the absence of the Lord, one becomes dukhi, so it can be interpreted that loss of taste is mentioned as a symptom of dukh.
The afflicted person may also have poor self-care and may be dressed in filthy cloths mailey veis. A reference to hopelessness as a symptom probably is reflected in the following line: In front of me, I see the jungle burning; behind me, I see green plants sprouting There are references to doubt sansaiy and skepticism bharam , both being part of depression as these never affect the ones who are always in touch with the naam of God Therapeutic context The text also illustrates therapeutic issues in depression at an individual level by asserting that peace and tranquility of the mind can restore the mind to its original balanced state or equipoise sanatan.
It gives due importance to diagnosing depression p. The text equates the Lord's name to medicine aukhad ; , mentioning that it can help the depressed person and relieve him of his depression. However, the scripture is not a pharmacopeia, and so not surprisingly there is no mention of the role of medication in the text. At some points, medicines and remedies have been said to be nothing more than ashes It also suggests meditation as having a therapeutic effect, provided it is done with the Lord's name in the mind ; ;; ; Through meditation and listening to the religious scholars and spiritual teachers, devotees are forever in bliss The text enumerates many ways of praying pujaa, bhagti the Lord, some of which include: Ardaas prayer , shabadandkirtan holy songs , naam-jaap chanting the Name , oostuht praise the Lord , listening to saakhi Guru's teachings , gurbani Guru's words , and upadeis teachings.
It notes that grief gets resolved by coming to the sanctuary of the parbrahma sanctuary here may refer to any holy place For a more long-term control and management of depression, the text recommends remembering simran and praising the Lord p.
Only these will lead to eternal peace p. Chanting the name of the Lord har-jap and dedicating oneself to selfless service sevaa of others enable the individual to attain happiness The name can be chanted 24 h a day aath pahar or day and night , and this serves as a protective and therapeutic measure for dukh Thus, agurmukhi way of life has been recommended Apart from considering karma as etiologically important in depression, the Guru Granth Sahib also specifies that the Lord can forgive all beings for their bad karma in life.
The only condition for this is that the person should surrender to the Lord p. Gurbani de arth Sikh vidhvanaa tuo parrhnae — Study the essence of Gurbani from learned Sikhs. Adhere resolutely to the five articles of faith. Shabad da abhiaas karnaa — Practice the sacred hymns to life. Sat Saroop Satgur daa dhian dharnaa — Contemplate and assimilate the beautiful truth of the True Enlightener.
Janam, maran, ja viah mokae jup da paatth kar tihaaval Karaah Parsaad kar anand sahib dia punj paurian, ardaas, pratham panj pyaariaan atae hazooree granthee noo vartaa kae oprunth sangat noo vartaaouna — For birth naming, funeral, or marriage ceremonies or devotional reading paath, recite Japji Sahib while making Karah Parshad , perform five verses of Anand Sahib, and ardaas, and then distribute Karah Prashad to the Panj Pyare, attending Granthi, and then to the sangat gathered for worship.
Jad tak Karaah Parshaad vartadaa rahae sadh sangat addol batthee rahae — Until Karaah Parshaad has been served to everyone, the congregation ought to be still and remain seated. Anand viah binaa grahist nahee karnaa — Without Anand marriage ceremony carnal relations should not occur. Par istree, ma bhain, dhee bhain, kar jaananee.
Par istree da sang nahee karnaa — Other than your wedded wife, consider all women as your mothers and sisters. Do not indulge in carnal marital relationships with them. Istree da mooh nahee phitkaarnaa — Do not subject your wife to cursing, or verbal abuse. Jagat jootth tambaakoo bikhiaa da tiaag karnaa — Discard worldly ways, falsehoods, and poisonous tobacco.
Rehitvaan atae naam jupan vaalae gursikhaa dee sangat karnee — Make companions of Gursikhs who follow the Rehit and recite the Divine Name. Kum karan vich daridar nahee karnaa — Work hard and don't be lazy.
Gurbanee dee kathaa tae keertan roaz sunanaa atae karnaa — Take part in listening to Kirtan and discussions of the essence of Gurbani every day. Kisae dee ninda, chugalee, atae eirkhaa nahee karnee — Do not gossip nor slander, or be spiteful to anyone. Dhan, javaanee, tae kul jaat da abhiman naee karnaa Nanak daadak tahe duae goath.
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