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
Tamil Nadu, Madurai: January 05, 2019

On January 5, 2019 Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj left Thiruvananthapuram for Madurai (Tamil Nadu) along with the entourage. This city of Madurai is of great significance because of its historical Meenakshi Temple. A large number of devotees and Hon’ble people from different spheres assembled in the Leelavati Mahal for the Satsang. Addressing the congregation Satguru Mata Ji stated:

“Saints, it been a month since the time we started this tour from Delhi, and covered various cities of Haryana, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Kerala. Today, we have reached Madurai in Tamil Nadu. The intention was to cover maximum Sangats at various places. Its appreciable the way the Sangat is sitting here patiently while maintaining the decorum and praising the Lord almighty, I pray to God that may the realisation of Nirankar always be there in your lives. If we have to explain Nirankari mission’s ideology to those who have come here for the first time, then in a single line it can be summarised as the realisation of the Divine through which we all are connected. If the other person looks different, speaks with a different accent, wears different clothing than it doesn’t mean that we will dislike that person. We all are one and are connected to each other through our souls which is a part of the super soul. No prophets and sages have ever taught hatred to any one, they emphasised only on Love.

The Southern region of India has also seen many saints, and the crux of their teaching is, praising the Nirankar. As per their teachings, the life without the Divine knowledge is of no use. Our life gets meaningful only when we attain this Divine knowledge and realise God. Even today, we seek inspiration from their lives because of this very reason.

Saints, the most important thing while coming to the congregation is ‘intent’. A devotee had just shared her experience mentioning, that she was deprived of Satsang for twelve years because she didn’t know the whereabouts of the Satsang but, she thought about it constantly. Sometimes owing to our personal reasons or commitments, we are not able to attend Sangat, but if we are constantly connected to it then we are virtually present there. If our thoughts are aligned towards Nirankar and our mind is focussed on Satsang then, our presence is already counted even if we are not physically present in the Satsang.

Lately, a saint was saying that just by being born in a Nirankari family doesn’t make one Nirankari. When a father eats his food, his child’s appetite will not be satiated. That child will have to eat in order to satisfy his hunger. Similarly, devotion is also very personal and intimate. The individual beliefs associated with a person's spirituality are specific to that person only. A person born in a distinguished family in society is not considered high. His birth alone, in that family doesn’t make him any higher but, his deeds do. At the same time, a person is considered to be the best if his thoughts and deeds are high, irrespective of his humble background.

One needs to have that curiosity, that eagerness towards Nirankar to quench his spiritual thirst. His birth alone in a spiritual family is not enough to make him spiritual. A person attending Satsang since childhood, doesn’t become a saint if he has not put his learnings into practice. As we all know that Nirankar is omniscient, and dwells in every heart. Likewise, if we self-analyse ourselves, we would know our place and position on paradigm of human values. We have to introspect, whether we are able to walk on the path of virtues and values which we have been listening about since childhood, like love, harmony in oneness, humility, doing good deeds or not. We have to seek answers from within, that even if we are blessed with the Divine knowledge, are we able to implement the learnings of Satsang into our lives? This is possible only when we have constant realisation of Nirankar and we know that he is always with us. Only with his grace, we can move ahead on the path of spirituality.

At the end, I would pray, that the kind of enthusiasm we have seen here today, may it increase in abundance. And may we inspire those around us on the path of spirituality by our acts and words, so that they can also reap the benefits of Satsang and experience the ultimate bliss.”

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