Sat Sri Akaal Jios For those new to the game, a sehaj paath is a non-continuous reading of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji from cover-to-cover. It's non-continuous because you read some pages and then you stop, and later on (whenever) you pick up where you left off and keep going, until you're done. It can take days, weeks, months, or years to complete just one; there is no time limit. It is distinct from an akhand paath which is continuous reading, without stopping, by having a relay of people taking in turns until it's finished, in Gurmukhi this takes around 48 hours. So, coming back to sehaj paaths... How many of you have experiences with them? Maybe you're part way through your first one, you've completed one, or you've always got one on the go. What does it mean to you? Why do you do it (or not do it)? Do you have a favourite part? Has it gotten you through a rough patch in live, or even further enhanced the good times? Does it make a difference if you read in Gurmukhi or in English? Have you felt anything as you read, had any lightbulb moments of realisation, or is it a process like mowing the lawn: you get satisfaction when it's done and you can take in the entire view. If you're a regular sehaj paath-er, how do you do it? Do you read part after morning and evening nitnem bania? Do you read whenever the mood strikes you? Maybe you dedicate a few hours on Saturday. Do you read it alone, or with family? Have you ever tried reading with a friend, or in a study group? Have you ever used a sehaj paath reading plan? Etcetc..