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The race for the materialistic success in the society has made us self-centered, narrow-minded, desire motivated and animalistic creature. The craving for the temporary materialistic desire has become higher than everlasting soulful peace. Only a true celestial master can pull the individual out of such inhuman behavior by bestowing the divine knowledge, Brahm Gyan. It is only his grace that can liberate us from the inner chaos.  Spirituality is not a one-time accomplishment but a life-style and on this challenging path, Sewa (selfless service) and Sadhna (meditation) is the sole key to revive our inner self.

Monthly Spiritual Congregation Accentuating the Importance of Sewa and Sadhna at Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand

To accentuate the importance and necessity of Sewa and Sadhana in a Sadhak’s life, DJJS under the guidance of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji organized a divine Monthly Spiritual Congregation on September 15th at Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand. Devotees from all across the city assembled to found themselves being rescued from the chaos and fancies of the world. The spiritual event commenced with the prayers at the holy feet of the master followed by devotional hymns that spellbound the heart of every single listener.

Monthly Spiritual Congregation Accentuating the Importance of Sewa and Sadhna at Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand

As the event progressed, the learned preachers of DJJS elucidated that the objective of Meditation (Sadhana) isn’t to control our mind and our thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control us. A devotee should selflessly, truly and completely surrender to his Guru and should be ready to accept any challenges thrown at his way. Any possible opportunity of Sewa should be delightfully seized by a Sewak because only then he can successfully imbibe from Guru and make his stay in this world more meaningful.

Meditation and Sewa are the divine pearls and the only source of energy for the mind and the soul, that can make our lives filled with true peace and tranquility. A divine feast (Prasadam) marked the end of the Spiritual event. It was a soul transforming, gifted day in the lives of the disciples as they left the event with new hopes and enthusiasm.

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