Apr 6, 2013

Make Yourself Pious with Sewa (Selfless Services) and Meditation

"Those who do recite, and render selfless services while following the holy sermons, God Almighty never go away from them. Rather He remains with them and never lets them to be deprived of anything. With the good intention man always get brim full of happiness and holy grace. So, one must become pious with the sewa and meditation." Above sermons were delivered by Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan (addressed as "Pitaji" by more than 50 million followers presently) at Shah Satnam ji Dham Sirsa. His Holiness Guru asked for the well beings of all. A few further excerpts from the satsang are as follows:-

Commonly, there are tonics which effect the persons only those who have them but God's name is that tonic which gives the fruitful results for the person specific and his family too. Ayurvedic, homeopathic, and allopathic tonics may or may not affect you but God's name is 100 % effective. Sewa along with sumiran is better than the best. These are just the small words to explain but in reality no such words exist which could narrate the happiness and holy grace you will get on rendering selfless services and meditation. On meditating with the thoughts even while doing the daily chores of life, God would definitely accept that and bestow immense happiness upon you. Never abide by your mann (negative aspect of mind). Fortunate are those whose children render selfless services and those who have the divine love till their last breath they become immortal. Those who became celibates and remain in the divine sanctuary till their demise God emancipates their several generations. Those parents get their status higher who do spend their lives for serving the humanity. Man may be family holder or celibate one Lord bestows them with the holy grace. The only needs are to complying with the holy sermons and meditate on God's words. They never remain deprived of anything and God bestows immense happiness upon them. Noteworthy, Revered Guruji went on the spiritual sojourn on March 28, 2013 and reached back on April 5, 2013.