Acharya Swamishree Maharaj's Ashirwad - 16th Dec 2016
When Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa first came down to Mombasa, sixty eight years ago, to bless the disciples, who with Jeevanpran AbjiBapashree’s command and ashirwad immigrated to Kenya for work purposes, despite being only two to five disciples, advised them to do katha and recite Vachanamrut Rahasyarth Pradeepika Tika and/or Jeevanpran AbjiBapashree Varta daily .
Acharya Swamishree explained that, disciples should always associate themselves with the Lord and his Muktas. One who doesn’t do so, however much of a good person he is, does not escape the sin of immoral associations. Hence, the Lord insists on having association with Sants,Satapurush and elders to always guide you in the right direction, such disciples are considered lucky whereas those who have not a single person to accost them are considered unlucky. Satpurush and Sants have the Lord residing in their hearts and their only interest is to make the Lord reside in our hearts as well and by doing this they help one secure their way to Aatyantik kalyaan.
The Lord and his Satpurush shower their mercy on those who affiliate with Sants (Sant Samagam). During affiliation with Sants, one should not be baffled whilst performing Sewa. Acharya Swamishree explained that reciting scriptures, obeying the Lord’s commands, all comes under Sant Samagam. One who has maternal affection (Mamata) towards the worldly affairs is said to be ignorance whereas one who shows his maternal affection towards the Lord and his Sants is said to be knowledgeable. If one surrenders to the Lord in a way of having no equivalent, he then attains the Art of Crisis Management (Vishad yog). Taking a revolutionary step, Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa manifested on earth to bear our yogs(physical, mental and spiritual discipline/practices) and well-being.
Acharya Swamishree concluded by a prathna “Oh Lord may you grant us the divine strength, courage and the wisdom to continue purifying our thoughts by always performing Sewa and affiliating with the Lord and his Sants.