is in search of happiness, but has no peace of mind. Even if
he succeeds in achieving his objectives, he remains
dissatisfied. His search for peace and happiness, therefore,
never ends. Saint Augustine says that God gave us the senses
for using them properly, but we misuse them by indulging in
sensual pleasures; whereas the bliss for which we should
have striven remains enshrined in scriptures only.
is an ensouled entity gifted with body, mind, and intellect.
He takes good care of his body for the sake of his domestic,
social, and political well-being. Intellectually, he has
made strident advances. He has successfully explored the
earth, oceans, and space and has made atomic bombs. A single
atom bomb can destroy millions. Strangely enough, with all
his achievements he remains ignorant about the prime source
of energy from which his body and mind derive their strength
- soul - his true self. He has so much identified himself
with the body that he is unable to distinguish his soul from
the body. In fact, he does not know that his real self is
something separate from the body. Have we ever thought about
the propelling force in us? Have we recognized the indweller
of the house?
is a conscious entity. Just as any essence has its basic
source, soul too has an ultimate source — the Oversoul — a
vast Ocean of All-Consciousness. The entire universe is His
manifestation. The soul is identified with the material body
by constant association with the senses. Man does not know
that he can have true happiness only when he is able to
disfranchise the self in him from the outer vestures. He is
so much entangled with the mind and body that he ever
remains unhappy and restless. Soul being conscious and body
being material, these cannot coexist amiably.
pretend to be religious by reading the scriptures without
knowing their true import and by offering ceremonial prayers
at the places of worship. All that we worship is physical
health and worldly riches. We aspire for material well-being
and not for God-realization. It is said that once Majnu, a
legendary lover, was told that God wished to see him. Majnu
replied if that was so, God must come in the form of Lila,
his beloved. Most of us offer our prayers to God only
because we want to fulfill our worldly ambitions. We seek
God's blessings to become physical and intellectual giants.
Thus, to us God is only a means to worldly ends.
Consequently, we get only that we crave for; i.e., the
material world and not God.
know God we must first know ourselves. From time immemorial
many have tried to define God philosophically. But He
remains undefined as ever. God cannot be realized by the
body or intellect or senses. He can only be experienced by
the soul. Unless we know ourselves, the question of knowing
God does not arise. Thus, the first step in this direction
is self-knowledge which precedes God-knowledge. "Know
thyself" has been the call of Saints and sages. Guru Nanak
was once asked by a Muslim holy man to define His faith. The
Guru replied that He neither claimed to be a Hindu nor a
Muslim in the ordinary sense. He explained that His body was
Composed of five elements—ether, earth, fire, water, and
air—and the God Power was pulsating in Him.
(Baba Sawan Singh Ji)was once asked as to which religion He
belonged. He replied: 'If God is Hindu, I am a Hindu; if He
is Sikh, I am a Sikh; if He is Muslim, I am a Muslim; if He
is a Christian, then I am a Christian."
religions are man-made. God has not put a stamp of religion
on anyone. To know the Controlling Power of the universe, it
is inevitable and essential to "know thyself," as Christ has
put it. Guru Nanak has also said: "Until and unless one
analyzes one's self, it is not possible to shed delusion and
realize the Reality." Unless your Third Eye is opened, you
cannot realize God.
various Saints have solved the mystery of life is the
subject for today. The fact is that Truth is one, but the
ways of expression may be different. Our ideal is Truth. Let
us see what Swami Ji has to say on the subject: "Link your
soul with Naam."
are advised to connect our soul with the Word. It implies
that our attention is presently linked with something other
than the Word. What is meant by attention? It is
consciousness, a state of awakening or awareness. We may
call it attention, spirit, or soul. It is this life current
emanating from our self (soul) which acts as a driving force
within us. Swami Ji asks us to link this current with the
Word. Now, where is the source of these currents? It is at
the seat of the soul between the two eyebrows. What happens
at the time of death? Life withdraws from the feet and rises
to the back of the eyes. The power which is concentrated
behind the eyes is our real self. After that power is
withdrawn, the body is of no significance. This is the most
important and mostly ignored subject.
order to probe further into this subject, one has to realize
that soul is an entity distinct from the body. We have to
learn and practice to withdraw the soul currents from lower
centers of the body to the eye focus. This process is
similar to the one undergone by the soul at the time of
one's physical death. We have to rise above
body-consciousness. The theoretical knowledge of this
process is not enough. Practice is far more important. An
ounce of practice is more than tons of theory.
So we have to link our soul with the Word.
Let us now consider what the Word (Naam) signifies. The Word
has two aspects. One is an epithet and the other is that
ultimate Power to which the epithet refers. For example,
water itself is one thing, but it is referred to by many
names; e.g., water, aqua, H20,
etc. Similarly, Truth is one; but sages have described it in
various ways. Guru Nanak says: "I want to sacrifice myself
on all Thy Names, 0 Lord." Guru Gobind Singh (the tenth Sikh
Guru) compiled hundreds of Names of God in His work "Jaap
Sahib." These Names are in addition to those already
mentioned in the various scriptures. Despite hundreds of
Names, God is one. Similarly, there are many religions; but
their goal is one.
have to understand the God Power with the help of spoken
Names. This is our first step. Though the name is not
different from the Named, yet it seems so until the Named is
actually contacted. A person tastes a mango and declares
that it is sweet. But one who has neither seen a mango nor
tasted sugar, cannot know how sweet it is. Thus, to realize
God is of utmost importance. We have to make a beginning
with spoken Names. It is unfortunate that people quarrel
over the different Names of God as given by the founders of
the various religions. All the Names refer to the supreme
Lord; and, as such, They all deserve our respect. The real
thing is the Power-of-God to which these Names refer. That
Power is eternal Truth. It is One, will ever remain One, and
is called Naam or the Word.
Word is the source of the entire creation and can be
experienced only with the help of a Satguru (true Master).
Guru Nanak has explained this point lucidly in the
"Whatever has come into being is the creation of the Word."
The Word is the Power that exists in the minutest speck in
the universe. That is the Divine Link that connects the body
with the soul. When this Link breaks, it brings about
physical death. It is the same Link which sustains the
universe and higher spiritual planes. When this Divine Link
is withdrawn, there is total dissolution.
the question arises, if we are connected with the Divine
Link, which is the point in the body at which the two meet?
Guru Nanak tells us that the Word can be contacted after one
transcends the six chakras (ganglionic centers) and
has reached the Agyay chakra (behind and between the
two eyebrows). The Divine link can be established only there
and not anywhere else in the body. Rishi Patanjali as also
other past Saints have explained this process. When one
reaches the Agyay chakra after rising above the six lower
chakras, one is connected with the celestial Sound Current,
the Anhat sound, and merges into Sahasrar, the
first spiritual plane. The Anhat sound is the Divine Link;
it is the Word, or the Divine Power, which is manifested in
every human being. This is the primary source of all
(the Word), says Gurbani, is invisible, unfathomable,
limitless, and sweet beyond description. It has an
everlasting divine intoxication and bliss. Whosoever
experiences it forgets all worldly pleasures. The soul is a
drop of the Ocean of All-Consciousness, but is covered by
numerous sheaths of body, mind, and senses. So long as a man
is engrossed in the material world, he remains unaware of
the Divine Naam within him.
does the Naam signify? According to Gurbani, communion with
Naam opens within a grand vista of Divine Light - the Light
of God. Naam also refers to the Sound Principle-—the Sound
of unabounding joy. Thus, there are two expressions of Naam—the
God Power—Light and Sound. In the Vedas, Naam has been
described as Udgeet or Naad —music of the
Beyond. According to the Vedas, Naad has created fourteen
Muslim sages call it the Kalma. They also believe
that the Kalma has created fourteen tabaks (spheres).
Maulana Rumi once prayed: "0 God, lead me to the place where
conversation goes on without words." Christ says: "In the
beginning was the Word, Word was with God and Word was God."
The Gurbani says: "Naam has created the earth and the
heaven. All light has emanated from Naam. All creation has
come into being from Naam which is resounding in all human
Word was there even before the universe came into being. The
Word is thus the source of all creation. Saints of all the
religions have expressed parallel thoughts on the subject:
Word has been the source of salvation to human beings during
all the four Yugas. " —Gurubani
is Wordless, Nameless, and beyond description. When He came
into being, it was called Naam, the Word. the Light-Sound
Principle. One who communes with Naam is able to establish a
contact with God. Hafiz Sahib, a great Persian mystic poet,
says: "No one knows the abode of the Beloved, but it is
certain that sound of bells comes from there." If you follow
the strain of sound, you will reach its source. Thus, the
Word —Light and Sound—is the safest means to the end—the way
back to God.
get in contact with the Divine Light, one has to rise above
body-consciousness by self-analysis. Only then a contact
with the Divine Sound is possible. By contacting Naam one
gets peace and eternal bliss.
"Blessed are they who are linked with the Word, 0 Nanak!
Whosoever listens to the eternal music attains salvation." —Gurbani
People generally get lost in various Names of God. The whole
world talks of Naam, but there are only a few who know the
real significance of Naam. It is a practical subject. Unless
we realize ourselves by rising above body-consciousness,
soul cannot establish a contact with the Oversoul. We have,
therefore, to link our soul with Naam:
who have communed with the Word, their toils shall end;
Not only shall they have salvation, 0 Nanak, but many more
shall find freedom with them.—The Jap Ji
Again we have in Gurbani:
"A Gurumukh (beloved of the Master) can liberate millions of
souls by imparting just a particle of His life impulse." —Gurbani
Emerson says: "The keynote to success is one's own
thoughts." To make a mark in any walk of life, you have to
concentrate your attention on that particular aspect.
Similarly, if you concentrate your attention on Overself,
you will become spiritually great. Bulleh Shah, a Muslim
Saint, inquired from His spiritual guide as to how one could
find God? The guide replied: "It is as easy as withdrawing
the attention from here (world) and connecting it there (the
Word). Our 'very self' is our attention. We are soul and not
the body, but we are engrossed in our bodies.
Ji tells us: "Let any one of us connect his attention with
the Word. This body and wealth will not be of any help when
confronted with the negative power."
human body is the soul's first companion. It comes first
with the soul when the child is born. But even this
companion leaves us at the time of death, not to mention
other worldly associations acquired by us. Our own being,
having constant attachment with the physical world, has
fallen to the latter's level. As a result, we have to come
to this mortal world again and again. Gurbani says: "Soul
goes where there is attachment."
are able to analyze the self in our lifetime and learn to
rise above body consciousness by getting a higher contact
with Naam, we experience such a bliss as to forget all
worldly pleasures and attachments:
"Worldly pleasures are nowhere before the Divide Bliss. " __Gurbani
That is why Saints have taught : "O friend, give up the
insipid sensual pleasures, And drink the sweet elixir of
Naam. " __Gurbani
When one gets a taste of the real bliss, the pleasures
become insipid. The real bliss is either within our inner
being or in Naam—God-into-action Power— since soul is its
is a spark of the Divine Essence. It is bliss in itself, and
it is a conscious entity. It is the soul which is the source
of all bliss and not the body and worldly things. Saints
have warned us that worldly objects, in which our attention
is engrossed, are not going to be of real help to us. Not
only that all these worldly objects will stay back at the
time of death, but their constant attachment will bring the
soul back again and again to this world. "What does it
profit a man to gain the possession of the whole world and
to lose one's own soul." The soul resides in this house
(body). it has to go out of this mortal frame leaving
everything behind. When the time comes to vacate this body,
one is greatly distressed because of man's attachment with
the body. Repenting then is of no avail. If during one's
lifetime the soul establishes a contact with the Beyond, it
attains perfect peace. But, we never think of the world
beyond. We generally follow the maxim: "Eat, drink, and be
merry." If someone reminds us of death, we just ignore it by
saying that we will face it when it comes. This is not a
wise approach. If a pigeon closes its eyes at the sight of a
cat, the cat is not going to spare it. Everyone has to leave
the body. There is no exception to the rule.
"Emperors or kings, rich or poor, All have but to go in
their turn." —Gurbani
We all have to go, but we do not know when. We should be
prepared for the change. Are we?
"Everyone is scared of death and wishes to live till
With Guru's Grace, if one learns to die while alive, one can
become a conscious coworker of the Lord.
Whosoever so dies, gets salvation." __Gurbani
you learn to die by rising above body consciousness, you
will attain life everlasting. All Saints tell us that God
has bestowed us with three forms: physical, astral, and
supramental or causal. We are already active at the physical
plane (Pind) through the senses. After leaving the
physical body, the soul acquires the astral form. With the
astral senses it can traverse the astral plane (And).
Similarly, after attaining suprarnental form the soul can
enter into the causal plane (Brahmand). It is beyond
these three planes that the soul gets self-knowledge. It is
only at that stage that you will be able to know who you
Ji says: "This is the most opportune time to attain peaceful
bliss by avoiding the fire of ceaseless desires."
world is being consumed by invisible flames of fire. Guru
Nanak has prayed: "This is the fire of desires that has
spread all over." Although we are its victims, we are unable
to perceive it. Only Saints know the real magnitude of this
fire. Yet only human life is capable of getting away from
this blazing furnace. That is why human life is considered
to be the crown of creation. But without sincere effort in
the right direction, there can be no salvation. For
instance, if we have to avoid scorching heat, we have to
find shelter in an air-conditioned room. In our context, the
air-conditioned room is within us. We shall have to withdraw
from outside and enter into it to find blissful solace from
all the miseries of the world. This is high time that we
introvert ourselves. If we miss this God-given opportunity,
we are no better than beasts. The human body has a worth so
long as the soul dwells in it. We should make the most of it
while it lasts.
is enveloped by flames of passionate desires, anger, greed,
attachment, and vanity. One can escape himself from delusion
only by contacting the Word within. The most important task
before us, therefore, is to withdraw our attention from
outside and get attuned with the Divine Melody within. Then
comes eternal peace in the form of the Word. Whosoever has
accomplished this essential task is really successful in
life. Otherwise, any amount of learning, name and fame have
no real meaning. It is high time that we learn to rise above
body-consciousness and know the real self in us.
"Contemplate the form of Satguru, and serve Him true, And He
shall lead thee away from all harm." —Swami Ji
Ji now tells us how to link the soul with the Naam Power. He
says that three steps should be taken to rise above
body-consciousness. First is Simran (contemplation)
-continuous remembrance of the Almighty. Second, service to
the Master. Third, control of all desires. We are always
busy in contemplating worldly affairs. If we have to
establish a contact with the Word of God, we must first
constantly remember Him by any Name of our choice. This
should be our first and foremost ideal by inculcating the
habit of His contemplation every moment of our life. We have
to replace worldly thoughts by contemplating the Word.
Contemplate on Him alone ceaselessly; so much so that you
begin to feel the pangs of His separation. Thus, the first
step is His remembrance. Remembrance leads to love which, in
turn, results in pangs of separation. This creates a strong
urge for the Beloved.
One to remember and to sigh for;
Sing ceaselessly His praise alone.
Meditate on Him with all the love in thee." __Gurbani
Simran should be undertaken with intense love for God. Love
brings concentration. One forgets the whole world while
contemplating one's beloved.
Another purpose of Simran is to identify the soul with its
real form. Yet another aim of Simran is to enable the self
to know itself. As it is, the soul is completely identified
with the physical body. It has to be withdrawn from the body
and concentrated at its seat in the center of the eyebrows.
In the Gita, Lord Krishna says that Great Ones traverse into
the cave starting from a place above the nose.
are various methods of doing Simran—with the help of a
rosary, or with tongue, or in throat and heart. However,
Saints do not advise these methods as these are apt to
become mechanical and allow the mind to wander away. Thus,
concentration of attention through those methods may not be
Saints have, therefore, advised the practice of Simran with
the tongue of thought. All Saints, including Maulani Rumi,
Guru Arjan, and Swami Ji, have indicated this Spiritual
Path. Guru Arjan prayed: "O Saints, take pity on us; we have
yet to learn to serve our souls. "
are working on the mental and sensual planes. Until we learn
to rise above body-consciousness, our plight remains
unchanged. Yogis tried to control breathing through
Kumbhak to achieve concentration of attention. It is a
difficult process and everyone cannot practice it. Saints,
therefore, do not interfere with the breathing function.
They concentrate Their attention at the seat of the soul,
behind and in the center of the two eyes, by means of Simran
with the tongue of thought. If it is done with rapt
attention, the soul will cease to flow out through the body
pores. The body will then become senseless. It is only then
after that the concentrated soul gets the contact of God.
However, Simran with the tongue of thought is not as easy as
it appears to be. It can be accomplished successfully only
through the blessings of a competent Master. Now, there is a
difference between practicing Simran by repeating the Names
given by a competent Master and the name or names taken out
of scripture of one's religious belief. The Names given by a
competent living Master at the time of initiation are
charged with His thought transference and have tremendous
force in them. This type of Simran, therefore, is above all
other forms of Simran. The Vedas and other scriptures have
stated that in order to seek God, one must seek the guidance
of a true Master. Besides giving the charged Names, the
Master also gives a practical contact with the Divine Power.
Now, the question is how to get that competent guidance?
ji tells us to serve the Master; One can serve the Master in
many ways—physically, financially, intellectually, and
spiritually. One should lead a chaste and clean life. Keep
the body ever engaged in selfless service. This is physical
service. As for monetary service, spend a part of your
income for charity. After fulfilling your family
requirements, you must keep aside a part of your earnings in
the name of God. This is a duty one must not neglect.
Service by heart and mind means love for all, hated for
none, and observance of Truth. The service of the soul is of
the highest order. To do this one has to rise above
body-consciousness and to open the inner eye.
used to say that a Master may keep a servant or two to serve
Him. He does not need our services in the normal sense. If
we only obey His commandments, keep our lives chaste and
pure, we not only serve the Master, but also our own "self."
The Master loves them most who serve their own souls and
lead a pious life. So, Swami ji exhorts us to imbibe the
feeling of service and to refrain from sensual desires.
desires are included in sensuality. The observance of
celibacy is most important. Just as light and darkness
cannot stay together, the Word and sensual desires are not
compatible. Therefore, we must observe celibacy. Married
people need not despair. They ought to live a disciplined
life in accordance with the scriptures where marital
relations are permitted only for procreation.
Grihastashram (family system) is a great institution.
Most Saints or great souls (mahatmas) were
householders and fulfilled their family obligations. Hazur
has said that those who wish to bring up their children pure
and chaste should themselves become so. Children tend to
emulate their parents.
Ji thus asks us to take three steps if we want to rise above
body consciousness and to get contact with Naam: to practice
Simran, to serve Satguru, and to lead a chaste life.
Ji says that you can have a taste of the Divine Nectar with
the help of a true Master only after you have brought your
mind and sensual desires under control. At present the soul
is flowing out through the senses. Discipline your senses
and keep your mind steady. You will then know who you are.
When you have realized yourself, only then the question of
realizing the Overself will arise. Those who have
disciplined their senses can free themselves from the
influence of enemies like lust, anger, greed, attachment,
and vanity. These five deadly enemies attack us through the
five senses. You can escape their fatal attacks if you rise
above body-consciousness. The Upanishads state: "The soul is
riding a chariot of the body driven by horses of the senses
with the mind as its reins and the intellect as its driver
in the field of sensual pleasures." Swami Ji, therefore,
stresses the need to discipline the senses and the mind.
When this is done and the soul rises above
body-consciousness, the Master is there inside to offer the
Divine Elixir of Naam. Now, are these teachings meant for
any particular sect? The teachings of all great souls are
meant for the entire humanity and not for the followers of
any particular religion.
used to say: "Go to the door where Satguru, full of
compassion and mercy, is waiting to receive you." Which is
that door? This door is in the center and behind your two
eyebrows. Once the soul gets in opportunity of testing [an
opportunity of tasting ?] the elixir of Naam, it has a
starting point for its spiritual journey to the ultimate
destination. Moreover, this will bring about freedom from
the dragnet of the mind.
is a tremendous hurdle on the Spiritual Path. The world at
large has always been its victim. Even Mahatmas and
Rishis (great souls) in the past who tried various
methods to control the mind often succumbed at some stage to
its powerful impact. So, we have to control the mind. How
can it be done? The mind cannot be controlled by outer
pursuits like learning or studying the scriptures. Even if
it is under check for a while, it again goes out of control,
for it is always after sensual pleasures. There are mainly
two types of attractions for the mind—beautiful things to
look at and sweet melodies to hear. Just now, if you happen
to hear melodious music, your attention will be diverted to
it. The only way to keep it under control is to link it with
Naam that has both these attractions. At various spiritual
planes within, you have wonderful visions to see and also
enchanting melodies to hear. When the mind has more
fascinating experience within than it has outside, it is
only by establishing a contact with Naam one becomes
desireless. According to a parable, once Lord Krishna
plunged into the river Yamuna where a thousand headed cobra
used to live. Lord Krishna performed a dance on the cobra's
head to the tune of His favorite flute and subdued the
deadly snake. What does the parable signify? The
thousand-headed cobra is the mind itself. The mind poisons
us in innumerable ways. By attuning to the Celestial Sound
Current within, mind can be subdued. There is no other
remedy. A Muslim mystic has said that if you have firmly
resolved to reach God, put one step on your mind and your
second step will be in God's court.
Ji now advises us to give up procrastination and to start
meditation without delay. Sehaj Yoga, the path shown
by Saints, has three aspects: Simran, meditation, and
catching the Celestial Sound Current. Simran lifts the soul
above body consciousness. Once this is done, meditation or
contemplation with rapt attention provides a resting place
for its stay there until it catches and listens to the
Celestial Sound Current.
Shamas-e Tabrez says: "Every moment a Divine Sound is
calling my soul to come to the Lord." Tulsi Sahib also says:
"Listen with rapt attention at the archway of the real Kaaba
(body) and you win hear a call from the Beyond." This body
is the temple of God and the forehead is the archway of the
temple as described by Tulsi Sahib. Procrastination is the
thief of time. We tend to postpone meditation on one pretext
or the other. Start meditation forthwith so that we may come
out of the mortal body which is the domain of negative
power. After all, this body has to be left behind. If we
learn to leave it while alive, death will not perturb us.
You will then be carefree.
Ji says that only the Satguru is capable of pulling the soul
above body-consciousness. Therefore, pray with every breath
for the Grace of a true Master. I have already discussed the
functions of Simran; i.e., it brings the soul above
body-consciousness. Another equally important point is that
the soul is attached to the body; and unless a competent
Master helps with His thought transference through personal
attention, the soul cannot be separated and lifted above
body-consciousness. Here lies the greatness and importance
of the Satguru. As a matter of fact, the real test of a Guru
is that He is capable of pulling the soul to its own seat.
We must, therefore, pray for His Grace and help. All great
souls have prayed likewise. Maulana Rumi testifies it by
asking: "Who is capable of saving the humanity from this
mysterious box (world)? Only either a prophet or a Master
commissioned to do that." We have thus to seek the help of a
Realized Soul, but He must really be a Realized Soul. When a
so-called Master cannot lift his own soul above
body-consciousness, how can he help others? The
responsibility of a competent Master is great indeed. Not
only He guides and helps us in this world, but He is also a
torchbearer it our journey within.
Ji, therefore, emphasizes that the only way out is to pray
to a competent Master. Out of compassion, He will give you
an experience of super-consciousness. Thereafter, follow His
commandments, remember Him constantly with all your heart,
and ever remain eager to serve Him.
Sahib also asks us to look through the veil of darkness
behind the pupil of the eyes. How to do it? He tells us to
go to a God-realized Soul. Such a Master will give you some
inner experience, pull you above body-consciousness, and
tell you how to see through the darkness within. Your inner
eye will thus be opened. All Saints agree on this point.
Swami Ji has advised us to seek the company of a true Master
with love. Go there with devotion, leaving behind all
worldly ideas. You should then have only one thought—the
thought of your Master. Sit there with solitude and listen
with full attention to what the Master has to say.
Ji now explains the importance of Satsang. He says: "Attend
Satsang in all seriousness." We have to solve the mystery of
life and death. Grasp and imbibe what is taught there. We
are fortunate if we get in touch with a true Master and get
inner experience through His Grace. If we do not act on His
commandments, our spiritual progress will be retarded. That
is why so much emphasis is laid on doing away with
unnecessary worldly things. This way one's spiritual
experience will continue to grow until a luminous form of
the Master appears within. He will talk to you and guide
you. On getting proper guidance from the Master, devote
adequate time to meditation and mold your life according to
the Master's teachings. We must have tenacity of purpose as
we cannot afford to slacken our efforts in our present state
when we have yet to rise above body-consciousness.
Finally, Swami Ji explains what is Naam (the Word), what is
the destination, and what is our ideal? He says that our aim
is to merge our soul with Sat Naam (true Word), the Eternal
Nameless God Power. We have first to rise above
body-consciousness and get the lowest link. After gradually
traversing the various higher planes, the soul will finally
reach where there is nothing but All-Truth. The three
regions—primal, subtle, and causal are destructible. Beyond
these three regions is Satlok or Sachkhand which is the
abode of the Almighty. This is our goal and we must achieve
it. Jesus Christ a the time of leaving His immortal frame,
instructed His disciples first to accomplish what He had
taught them. The human birth has given you a golden
opportunity. Make the best use of it.