“To achieve and be in continual state of eternal bliss one needs to accept God’s will with paramount importance” Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj made an insightful appeal while addressing the concluding session of Maharashtra’s 55th Nirankari Sant Samagam .With the grace of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, the three day Sant Samagam concluded successfully. This auspicious virtual event was webcast live on the Mission’s website and telecasted on Sadhna TV channel from Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Mahul Road, Chembur, Mumbai which was enjoyed by lakhs of devotees across the globe.Satguru Mata Ji, delving into human experiences and behaviour, explained that we achieve happiness only if things happen at our discretion but, when something goes contrary our happiness turns into distress.
Favourable or unfavourable events which happen in our life are beyond our control; in such a situation we need to remain connected with the Formless Almighty who is stable and always knows the best.Her Holiness further guided that one should train oneself to face any unexpected or unwanted situation by maintaining internal peace and not absorbing the negative effects within. Man remembers the Almighty in sorrow but, forgets to thank in happiness but, a true devotee’s life is exceptional as he continues to be in God remembrance in both the situations. When there comes a moment of sorrow in his life he remains unnerved, as he has adopted the attitude of obeying the will of the Almighty.
Satguru Mata Ji quoted an insightful episode from the life of Mahatma Gautam Buddha, where a man comes and spits on him, to which Buddha explained to his disciples that there must have been an old karmic account to be settled, which is done now. Even such a negative act of that man couldn’t affect the internal peace of Gautam Buddha. We should learn to maintain a positive attitude by keeping ourselves connected with the Supreme Almighty and for this, one should always be in the company of saints with firm dedication and faith and by observing regular Sewa, Simran and Satsang.While concluding Her Holy Discourse, Satguru Mata Ji implored that Vishwas, Bhakti, Anand should be an integral and continual feature in our lives. Deep connection with the Formless Almighty cannot be maintained by just keeping the faith or devotion alone, instead Vishwas, Bhakti, Anand should be practised simultaneously, as they are interconnected and should be present every moment in our lives.
The main attraction of the third day of the Samagam was a Multilingual Poetic Symposium with the topic being “Shraddha, Bhakti Vishwas Rahe, Mann Main Anand Ka Vaas Rahe”. A total of 18 poets recited their poems on this topic in languages of Marathi, Hindi, Kokanee, Ahirani, Gujarati, Punjabi and Bhojpuri languages.The three day Maharashtra Sant Samagam left all devotees across the globe in a state of bliss and they all gathered deep values to strengthen their faith in God Almighty.