January 03: Kochi, KL -Salvation Tour by Satguru Mata Ji

Salvation Tour by Her Holiness
Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj

States of Haryana, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana: From December 13 onwards
Kerala, Kochi: January 03, 2019

On January 01, 2019 Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, reached Kochi from Kozhikode. And the next day on January 2, Her Holiness visited Kunnukura to give devotees an opportunity to pay their obeisance and seek blessings. The entourage returned to Kochi, the same day. A congregation was held in Kochi at 7 pm and devotees were present in large numbers to seek blessings. Addressing the gathering Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj said:

“Saints, we all have gathered here today to not just talk about love, peace, tolerance, humility, but to also practice it. This congregation, is like a classroom where we are taught the theory to love everyone and see our own reflection in everyone because, ultimately we all belong to one eternal God which is Nirankar, the Omnipresent, the Super Soul and Avinashi as they say in the Geeta. Also, if we compare the definition of God across with the religious texts, it comes out to be the same. As we are here today, in the congregation, we can introspect our real life. And then see what we do when we step outside this hall? What is our life? Are we implementing whatever we have been taught here? In our daily life, are we still continuing to hate everybody just because they are from different culture, background, caste, creed, community, state or country? Or are we loving everybody and not biased on the grounds of external appearance or cultural supremacy?

Saints, we also have to ultimately realise our own selves, what are we? Who are we? Where do we come from? And ultimately, where do we have to go? If we are aware of the Nirankar, and have God-knowledge than we know its close proximity with us. There is no distance at all between Nirankar and us. And once we realise this, it should never be forgotten, we should continue to remember Nirankar with every breath of ours. Those who are yet to understand the origin of their own existence and are curious to know God, can get this divine knowledge post the congregation, because this life is very limited. We never know which is going to be our last breath regardless of our age. In today’s congregation too, we can see saints from various age groups and that is because devotion is not confined to any particular age. It can be done from the moment, the God realisation takes place.

Saints, similarly I would also like to mention that everybody should ponder upon these human core values which we have known since childhood, which we are taught since the time we learnt to speak. Being thankful, and to apologize when it’s our mistake and sometimes saying sorry and staying humble, even when we are not at fault, just to avoid the situation and to close the matter right there. Similarly, even if we look thousands of years back, we see Lord Jesus, that at the time of crucifixion he was so much in pain, having every possible body part being nailed, bleeding, but, his last words were seeking forgiveness for everyone. He said “God please forgive them as they do not know what they are doing?” When someone steps on our toes then we have a choice, either to stay calm, knowing that we can endure the pain which will last only for two minutes or to get aggressive and use crass language to deal with the situation. This is not what the humans are designed for. This is not how our natural instincts or reactions should be. As every scripture states that God made man in his own image. Then why are we deflecting from that image. Saints, I pray for the forgiveness, for the mistakes that we have made in this life span. And, from this point onwards, we should realise, the presence of omnipresent God. With this realisation, we will never make a deliberate mistake or never even think of hurting anyone.

So, from this point onwards, let’s just completely surrender to the will of God and accept what he has designed for us. Let’s not complaint to God by comparing the situation. Comparisons made on worldly or materialistic yardsticks, only lead to complaints. God knows what is best for us. Because of our narrow-vision, and narrow state of mind, we sometimes do not see what he has planned for us. These things are beyond us and for that matter sometimes we are so confined in a particular moment that our minds are not able to see the larger picture. But, God knows everything. God is the knower of three aspects of time. So, let’s never complain, rather only surrender.

As I mention this sentence in Hindi too, that moving from complaints to gratitude is important because we can complain about anything at any point of time. Either we can spend the entire life in complaining or we can be thankful for the things that Nirankar has blessed us with. Now, we’ve to self-reflect and introspect ourselves to find out, where we are lacking. After receiving the divine knowledge of God, we all share the same platform, yet there’s no uniformity on levels. This is because of Karmas. Those doing high deeds, are considered high, but those who have forgotten the God-knowledge and are demonstrating worldly deeds, are not considered enlightened souls. That’s why, we have to examine our own selves to find, under which category we fall.

Saints, even yesterday we got an opportunity to visit the village which was hit by the floods. And seeing the selfless service was bliss. Ego laden help is of no use. Selfless act of service is only possible with God-knowledge. He is in everyone and if we know that whatever we are doing is not help but, we are just humbly serving. Yesterday we visited, a lot of houses where the Sewadal, SNCF and everybody contributed in all possible ways during floods. It was so emotional that everybody was just thanking and saying that so much has been done and as they were saying this, all I could feel was, that its Nirankar who is the doer, not us. Without taking much of your time, I would like to thank everyone that even after today’s travel restrictions, everybody come in such a huge number. I thank everybody for being here and being a part of today congregation. At the end, I would pray that may Nirankar bless us with Sewa, Simran, and Satsang in all possible ways.”

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