Prarthna Diwas: 73rd Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam

Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj addressed the Nirankari fraternity across the globe before the commencement of the Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam on Prarthna Diwas.

This Samagam is held two days prior to every Annual Samagam where devotees collectively pray and take blessings of their Satguru for a blissful, smooth and successful Samagam. This Samagam was held in a virtual format.  

Addressing devotees globally Satguru Mata Ji said:-

“Like all times; before the commencement of the Annual Samagam, we all collectively pray for the Divine Grace, on this special day named as a Prarthna Diwas. This year due to the pandemic of corona virus, everyone is participating virtually and the whole human race is either in mental, physical or financial anguish. As a precautionary measure, people are restricted to their homes and they can’t move freely. Henceforth, it is our humble prayer to the Almighty that the world is freed from this virus so that everyone resumes a normal life once again.

This pandemic has taught everyone many valuable learning’s like; not to take anything and anyone for granted. People have realized the importance of family, friends and relatives in life. They have learnt to appreciate and respect fellow beings, spread love and utilize their time in self improvement. We seek blessings from the Almighty to bless everyone with mental stability, good health and may this disease also vanish from this earth soon.

It is well known that this year’s theme for the annual congregation (Samagam) is “Stability”. How to stabilize ourselves and realize that; not everything that comes in our vision deserves our attention. Even though there is an abundance of various colors of materialism to get allured, to feel insecure and unstable; our sense of perception should have the clarity to make the correct choices so that we live our life with a positive outlook and thereafter retain the stability of mind. With the wisdom of God Knowledge, we can always remember and cultivate an unwavering faith in the Divine. Only then we can walk on the middle path with a balanced approach and continue to uphold an unyielding faith where no extreme situation of grief and happiness affects the peace of mind.

To illustrate the concept, I have shared the example earlier too, that in times of strong winds, with the support of its sail, the boat travels through the waters in the right direction. Similarly, with the support of the three spiritual aspects of, selfless service (Sewa), by being in constant remembrance of God (Simran) and being in the company of saints (Satsang), we can also establish stability in our thoughts. For example, the only way to focus on the moving blades of a ceiling fan, while lying on the bed is to focus on the centre point where the blades are attached. In a similar manner, everything that is created by the Creator in the world is constantly changing at a given speed; for example the rotation of planets and there are many more unrevealed findings which science has still not discovered. The message is that the Almighty (Nirankar) is the only permanent eternal reality whereas the world is transient and an illusion; therefore let us concentrate our thoughts upon the only steadfast reality, the Almighty Nirankar and not get influenced by the false impressions of the universe.”

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