Extraordinary are those who are blessed with the most invaluable knowledge of ‘Brahm Gyan’ as they have attained the practical vision of Divine light within. Such divine light can turn the ignorance to benevolence by mitigating negativity. This journey of self-mastery, however, needs the support of a skilled Master who has attained complete self-control, and can also train us the skill of mastering our minds. Lord Krishna in the Bhagwat Gita proclaims,
“In this world, Divine-Knowledge is the best source of purification”
(Chapter 4, Verse 38)
This perennial method, universal to all, brings one into the direct contact with the Lord’s effulgent light.
In order to spread the seeds of such a supreme knowledge within each soul, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS)- a non-government, non-profit and a leading spiritual organization, founded and headed by His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, organized the spiritual program of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha, for 7 days at Ludhiana, Punjab from January 15th- 21st, 2016.
The program commenced with extending warm welcome to all guests, congregators, preachers and volunteers. The melodious prayer at the lotus feet of Lord Krishna kindled the aroma of true spirituality with sense of oneness, in the environment, and marked the beginning to the auspicious program. Thereafter, the series of devotional bhajans and songs, engaged the audience into their remarkable words of inspiration along with the enthusiastic rhythm.
The disciple of our revered Gurudev- Katha Vyas- Sadhvi Bhagyashri Bharti Ji shared the gems of wisdom from the ancient spiritual richness of our country and encouraged each one to strive for the practical experience of Lord within, the way Radha and Meera attained that highest state of divine love. Sadhvi Ji proclaimed, “The more we spread the seed of Brahm Gyan by planting its essence in as many hearts, and the deeper is the reach of its roots, the faster will be the end of the weeds of ignorance within.”
The program served its supreme purpose of spreading seeds of true spirituality through the nectar of ‘Brahm Gyan’ and prayed for all good:
Have Thine own way, Lord! Have Thine own way!
Hold o’er my being absolute sway!
Fill with Thy Spirit ‘till all shall see
Lord only, always, living in me.