Satsang Programme in the Divine Presence of
Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj

Samagam Ground No. 8, Nirankari Chowk, Delhi: July 22, 2018

The Sunday Sangat in Delhi on July 22, 2018 organized in Samagam Ground No.8 attained special significance because it was presided over for the first time by Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj who received this responsibility of the Mission’s Spiritual Head from Satguru Mata Savinder Hardev Ji Maharaj on July 16, 2018. The formal ceremony was held at a special congregation in Ground No.8 on July 17 where Satguru Mata Savinder Hardev Ji Maharaj applied the sacred mark (Tilak) on Rev Sudiksha Ji’s forehead, seated her on the holy seat of Satguru and put while scarf (Dupatta), the symbol of spiritual powers of Satguru, round her neck.

The Sunday congregation was, therefore, attended by thousands of devotees from Delhi, Greater Delhi and several other parts of the country despite rainy weather. Several saints from abroad were also present.

The congregation which was webcast live over the Mission’s website was marked by speeches, devotional songs and poems in different languages including Hindi, Punjabi, English and Nepali. The delegation from Nepal was headed by Rev Nar Bahadur Rawal Ji, President of Sant Nirankari Mission in that country. Everybody highlighted the Satguru’s concept in the Mission and said that Satguru here represents the Formless One in physical form. No doubt Satguru dwells in physical form but he is not identified by the same. Satguru is identified by Brahmgyan which means the Formless One reveals Himself through the physical form of Satguru.

Blessing the congregation Her Holiness Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj said:

“Saints, as the devotees were coming in lines in the congregation here today I could see an innocent smile on each and every face. And I was feeling grateful to the Almighty Nirankar and praying to Him that you may all remain always happy like this. Your smile showed that saints do not want to show themselves off, they are simply over-whelmed with the feeling of gratitude towards the Omnipresent God. Let the same intentions prevail while saints take the message of this Mission forward.

About intentions I was reading a small story about a man who wanted to go to a function. He thought that he would go towards the end so that everybody looks at him or takes notice of his presence. In this way he would return early and save time while attracting everybody’s notice as well. And as he approached the function with these thoughts, he started walking along the other side of the road. Now the people who were coming could see his face. Then suddenly he realized that he was so late that the function was over and all the people were returning. In fact the function was still going on. It was only his intention right from beginning that he could not achieve what he intended. Similarly, let us all realize that God knows everybody’s intention. So, we should keep our intentions right and keep on remembering God.

Secondly, saints who tread the path of life are just like a mountain climber. The climber does not climb the mountain merely to be on the top of the hill and thus earn praise from everybody. He is motivated only with the spirit of self-satisfaction. Secondly, he wants to achieve this dream so that he may be able to look at the world clearly. This is the only purpose he has. Similarly, saints also achieve heights only with the feeling of humility and not to earn praise from others.

Baba Ji used to describe Sadh Sangat as ‘Mother’. I also look at Sadh Sangat as Mother and the crown of my head. I seek your blessings so that I do not treat this stage as teaching stage. Let me remain a dust of your holy feet. Just as there is a saying that ‘those who dare to teach, must never cease to learn’. I seek your blessings so that I spend each moment of my life while remaining at your holy feet and act as per the teachings of Sadh Sangat.”

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