March 02: Perth, Australia -Overseas Salvation Tour by Satguru Mata Ji

Overseas Salvation Tour by Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj

From February 24, 2019 onwards
Perth, Australia: March 02, 2019

Her Holiness Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj blessed Perth Sadh Sangat on her first overseas tour to Australia and New Zealand dated March 2-3, 2019. Rev Ramit Chandna Ji and Rev Rakesh Mutreja Ji also accompanied Her Holiness Sudiksha Ji Maharaj on this spiritual tour. A huge Satsang programme was organized on March 2, in presence of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj. During the congregation Her Holiness stated:

“It’s almost been a week since the time I left Delhi and covered Singapore and Malaysia before reaching Perth (Australia) today. It’s a great feeling seeing you all. Through poetries, songs and personal experiences shared by saints, we have seen, how Brahmgyan has changed our lives, to the extent that now all the values that a human being is designed for, are already there with us. There is no need to put any effort deliberately to imbibe them. Our reactions are always in control even in adverse situation. It happens because of Satsang and implementing it’s teachings into practice. The practice sessions of a sports person puts him on autopilot mode, just like a cricketer who practices his game every day in order to be ready to face every ball with confidence, irrespective of the pace of that ball. Similarly, all these qualities that are been taught to us time and again, since our childhood, have given us this understanding that being human doesn’t mean just the external appearance or the human body, but it means representing human values through our actions.

Now, to retain and exhibit these qualities permanently, it’s very important to take Bhram Gyan otherwise, our attributes would be limited to certain environment. If the virtues and human values are reflected through our acts then only they leave an impact on others, mere words are not sufficient. Such ethics in life are possible only through God-knowledge and God-knowledge can solely be attained through Sewa, Simran and Satsang. However, Satsang should not be a ritual utterly or just a formality. Rather, it should be a way of life and implementing it’s teaching to our acts. We should focus on correcting our own acts instead of focusing on other’s flaws.

As we discuss Sewa, it could be as simple as leaving a seat for an elderly person, but the intent behind, should not be of conscious help but an act of service while realizing Nirankar. We should see each soul as a part of super soul through which we all are connected. One has to realize the essence of Nirankar while doing Sewa. It becomes great only when it is performed selflessly, with pure and absolute consciousness of God. Whether, it is allotted service to mission’s volunteers or working for someone’s betterment, in the outside world.

As for Simran, there is a way of doing it too. It should not be a mere repetition of words, but should connect us with Nirankar. When, we truly get connected with Nirankar, then our focus shifts from complaints to gratitude and life becomes much more pleasant.

Since, all the aspects are already covered by saints, there’s nothing much to add now. I’d like to pray for the success of the upcoming NYS which is going to be held at Sydney, next week. I’ve heard about the amount of hard work you saints have put in the preparation of NYS. May Nirankar bless you all with Sewa, Satsang and Simran in abundance so that the journey on the path of spirituality gets more enriching and we are able to make this world a better place through our core human values.

At the end, I’d like to extend my best wishes to those who are already blessed with God-knowledge but, those who are yet to be bestowed with this Divine-knowledge, are welcome to come forward. If you have any question or confusion regarding spirituality then you must seek answers for the same, post Satsang. As we know, that this is the process of self-realization through God-realization. In order to understand our trues identities we must know our real selves and to make the world we inhabit a better place, we must embrace humanity and exhibit human values wherever possible.”

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