The natural spheres of human life are ignorant about the existence of the celestial light hidden within us, which can only be accomplished with the assistance of a transcendental master, a master who focuses on the inner potentials of his disciples and helps them to obtain communion with the Almighty. In the cosmos filled with atrocities, our only redeemable grace is Brahm Gyan; the divine knowledge that has been bequeathed upon us by our Supreme Master Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji. The divine knowledge can only be acquired through meditation which is the dialect of our soul and our spirit.
To commemorate spirituality, DJJS under the guidance of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji organised a soulful monthly congregation on June 9th at Jaipur, Rajasthan. The event commenced by paying homage at the holy feet of the Guru followed by devotional hymns that swayed the hearts of every single listener. Sadhvi Ji accentuated on Sewa and Sadhna that are the keys to revive our inner self. She apprised that the objective of meditation isn’t to control our thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control us. Meditation is a vital way to purify the negative tendencies and calm our mind and soul. Regular meditation can make our lives a stunning success which will be filled with peace and tranquillity.
As the event progressed, preachers interpreted the sermon on selfless service, yet another important aspect that necessarily needs to be adhered to. A disciple should diligently follow his master’s command without any thoughts of recompenses or repayments. A devotee should surrender to his Guru and should be ready to accept all challenges thrown his way. Every prospect to render services should delightfully be seized by a sewak as these reap spiritual benefits of divine naam (the nectar of mystical world). Only then our sojourn stay in this materialistic world will be deemed to be of some value. The attendees enjoyed the harmonious event and were overwhelmed with emotions of endless faith and devotion. The spiritual event concluded with a divine feast (Prasadam).