Salvation Tour by Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj

From January 27, 2020 onwards
Gandhi Dham, Gujarat: February 12, 2020

Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj reached Gandhidham, Gujarat from Rajkot along with Her esteemed spouse and the entourage.

Gandhidham is a city in the Kutch District of Gujarat and this town was created for the resettlement of the refugees from Sindh in the aftermath of the partition of India. It was named after Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the Indian Nation.

The Satsang was held in the evening from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and thousands of devotees and God loving people were there to seek blessings from Satguru.

Her Holiness address the mammoth gathering and said:

“Today you have taken some time out to attend this congregation here at Gandhidham. You were listening attentively to every word that came from the stage during the past few hours. These words sought to guide us on how to bring this change in life, how to turn it towards goodness.

No doubt we are born as human beings but, we must prove by our mind, thoughts and actions that we are human beings in the true sense. Today, we find all around us and even the media reveals that man is man only by body. If we look at his behaviour, we find him no less than animals. So, we have to usher in the feelings of love in the world. First of all, we ourselves must shed ego and have love. Let us imbibe compassion, mercy, large-heartedness and all other noble virtues. Let us prove ourselves to be a blessing for the world and not a curse.

Having come to the world for whatever period of time, our first aim or task is to know God, particularly because He can be known. When we know Him, get hued by the Divine and begin this journey of our devotion, the life spent with the realization of His presence becomes successful in the real sense. So, if we have come to this world, let us go with a cleanse mind and heart when we leave it.

Let us remain united with God every moment of our life. Whether we remember Him as Allah or Ishwar or by any other name, His entity remains the same. He is the one who pervades in every particle of the universe and even beyond the universe known to science. One can imagine the extent of His infiniteness. He has no limit or boundary. So, when we know that God exists in every particle we know our own identity also. We realize that we are not the body (our real identity lies in our soul).

This soul is a part of the Over Soul – God. It helps us to dismantle the walls dividing humanity. Once we know about the soul, our thinking finds a change. All appear to be our own; no one remains an alien. We refrain from creating a situation where someone may feel troubled because of our behaviour. If someone speaks something against us, let us pray for him so that God may forgive him and make him wiser. Let us also not tarnish our mouth by speaking bitter words against others.

In fact, saints and sages have shown this path since ages. Take any religious scripture, you will not find anywhere written that a man with ego attains salvation or the man who gives pain to others, hates, exploits or tortures others is salvaged. Everywhere you will find mentioned that only love should fill the mind, only love can turn the mind into a temple. Since everyone who has come to this world has the responsibility to cooperate with others. Let us treat each and every one with love.

Let us pray for everyone so that God may make everybody happy physically, mentally and materially. May everyone remain absorbed in Sewa, Simran and Satsang. Let everyone become a human being in the real sense. Now that they have come to this world, let everyone seek Brahmgyan (God knowledge) because only Brahmgyan keeps one on the right path during the journey to life. It is by God-knowledge only that we can correct ourselves. Only God-knowledge makes you happy here and hereafter.

When we remain united with God and spend each moment of life with His realization, we shall do nothing wrong knowingly. When we attain the state where we are akin with God all the time, our devotion to Him will continue even when we do our day-to-day activities. May God bless everybody with such a life full of devotion.”

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