Youth seekers need to chant to establish Ramrajya (Rama’s rule of righteousness) – Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal

Youth seekers training camp
commences at Sanatan’s ashram in Ramnathi (Goa)

H.H. Ashok Patrikar and Mr. Sandeep Shinde beside him, guiding at the camp

Ramnathi (Goa) – During Her guidance in the Youth seekers training camp Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal said that if spiritual practice is performed using wilful action then destiny too is expiated. Chanting purifies the mind and body. It decreases the Raja component. As Sattva component is high in God to merge into Him it is necessary to chant His Name.

Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal

The youth seeker training camp was inaugurated on Novemebr 11, 2018 in the presence of Sanatan’s Saint H.H. Ashok Patrikar. The camp commenced with blowing of the conch by priest seeker Mr.Chaitanya Dikshit. Thereafter Mr. Sandip Shinde of Sanatan’s study centre co-ordinator Mr. Sandp Shinde read the message sent by founder of Sanatan Sanstha, Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale and explained the objectives of the camp. Then H.H, Ashok Patrikar guided participants of the camp on ‘Importance of spiritual practice in life and spiritual practice as per Gurukrupayoga’.

On November 12, 2018 the second day of the camp when guiding participants Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal said that If you perform fulltime spiritual practice by living in the ashram then your spiritual practice gains momentum. Only if your vyashti (individual) spiritual practice has a strong foundation then samashti spiritual practice occurs well hence efforts for vyashti spiritual practice should continue. She then emphasised the importance of prayer and of the processes of personality defect removal and ego removal, special features of Sanatan Prabhat and the importance of reading it. After the guidance group discussions were held.

Then Mr. Vaibahv Afle of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti spoke about the mission of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. H.H. Patrikarkaka elaborated upon satsang and Satseva. Then child seekers who have started spiritual practice at an early age narrated their experiences. The camp will conclude on November 14, 2018. Youth seekers from Maharashtra and Karnataka are attending this camp.

Life will become happy if you make efforts to
realise God who is of blissful nature – H.H. Ashok Patrikar

Every living being is struggling to get happiness but how to get it is not taught in any school or college. Only God is of the nature of bliss and to be able to realise Him we have to perform spiritual practice. Spiritual practice consists of vyashti spiritual practice and samashti spiritual practice and they are complementary to each other. If spiritual practice is performed along both paths then you can attain absoluteness.

Three generations will have to work hard to establish Hindu Nation
– Message from Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale to youth seekers

Three generations will have to strive to establish a Hindu nation. The first generation will sow the seeds of Hindu nation on the earth. The second generation will make efforts for the sprouts to grow into a tree and the third generation will start getting benefits of the Hindu nation. Following the principles of a Hindu nation stringently care will have to be taken to see that norms are not being violated anywhere.

Reasons for three generations required to establish
a Hindu nation and the processes occurring in those generations

It is impossible for the present generation (of those above 40 years) which has come with and grown with certain values, to change them. In the second generation (age group of 20-40 years) there is a conflict between values since birth and those created due to the concept of establishing a Hindu nation; hence some gradual changes are observed in this generation. In the mind of the third generation (upto 20 years) as from birth and in childhood impressions about a Hindu nation are being created a Hindu nation is being established mentally in the real sense of the term. All of you belong to the third generation and I am proud of that. – Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat