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Note: This is not a religious conversion but an affirmation to be true to one’s own religion while recognizing the unity of all religions and the universal religion of Humanity.1. Use 'Insan' after your surname (Sharma, Verma, Arora, Sandhu etc.) or preferably use only 'Insan' as your surname.
2. Do not consume alcohol.
3. Do not consume non-vegetarian food.
4. Look at other men and women, depending on their ages, if they are older, as your father or mother, if they are of your own age, as your brother or sister, and if they are younger than you, as your son or daughter.
5. At least one day out of a week or six hours should be spent in selfless service, or 4-5 days in a month.
6. Upon waking up in the morning, touch the feet of your elders and say the Naara and bless the children with love and say the Naara.
7. Inspire people to give up their bad habits and help them receive the Naam/Gurumantra from Guruji, as Guruji has said that this act of putting others on the path to God results in as much spiritual merit as is gained by donating a hundred cows.
8. Do not earn your livelihood through dishonesty, theft, robbery, bribery or corruption. Earn your living through hard work and rightful means.
9. A day should begin with meditation and a prayer to God that you be able to do good deeds, that you be good to all, and that you be able to realize Him.
10. Meditate and pray to God before eating anything so that God gives you spiritual health and freshness.
11. Use a fifteenth of your earnings in selfless service and the welfare of mankind. Donate with your own hands or donate to Shah Satnaam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing so that the poor and the needy can be helped.
12. If you wish to practice charity, donate blood, impart education, pledge to donate your eyes or your whole body after death, and spend money for the welfare of mankind.
13. It is necessary that you be honest and fair in your worldly dealings.
14. Do not discriminate among people on the basis of caste.
15. Avoid all kinds of intoxicants; include physical exercise in your daily routine; and as much as possible do all your work yourselves.
16. Do not lend money at high interest rates and do not exploit the poor and helpless.
17. Do not use abusive language and always speak politely and courteously.
18. It is necessary that you be truthful in thought, word and deed.
19. Give up gossip, backbiting and jealousy, and inspire people towards God.
20. Adopt humility, modesty and simplicity.
21. Abandon social evils like dowry system, child marriage, foeticide, child labour, etc., and build a healthy society. Note that the wealth given to the bride by her guardians out of their own will is not dowry but the girl’s right.
22. Consider girls and boys as equal and give them equal rights.
23. When you come across someone who is in trouble or has had an accident, do whatever is possible to help.
24. Do not give alms to beggars who are healthy and inspire them to earn their living through hard work.
25. Provide food for the hungry, water for the thirsty, help for the helpless, education for the illiterate, and if possible employment for the unemployed.
26. Do not hurt others’ religious sentiments.
27. You shall not listen to ill-spoken words against your Guru, nor shall you involve yourself in arguments or speak ill of others.
28. Avoiding bad company, always stay in the company of those who talk of God and goodness.
29. Walk on the path of truth with honor, faith and determination.
30. You shall not do injustice to others nor will you bear injustice.
31. The welfare of others is your religion and humanity is your caste.
32. Create a daily routine of meditation and meditate at least for half an hour each in the morning and evening.
33. If possible meditate in the morning for half an hour or an hour between 2 and 4 a.m., have your breakfast after that, earn your living through hard work, spend time with your family, meditate for half an hour or an hour before you sleep, and go to sleep on time.
34. Always wear the pendant so that you remember that we are all one and God is also one.
35. You shall be ready to sacrifice your life to protect the honour of your motherland and your Guru.
36. Practice nonviolence. Neither shall you kill nor shall you torment other living beings.
37. A pregnant woman should read, watch and listen to the scriptures, hymns and spiritual discourses of her religion and to the legends of brave warriors. This will have a very positive effect on the life of the yet-to-be-born child.
38. Listen to or watch the cassettes or CDs of Satsangs or Bhajans while having your food.
39. Avoid obscenity and vulgarity on TV, movies, magazines, etc.
40. Plant trees and saplings and take care of them so that your environment becomes clean.
41. Women who become widows at a young age should be helped to remarry. If you are unable to help them remarry, inform the department at Room No. 50, Dera Sacha Sauda.
42. Stay away from superstitions such as ghosts and spirits, black magic, expenditure on post-death rituals, and fake saints.
43. Be aware and make others aware of social evils and ills.
44. As you grow old you should hand over the responsibility of your family to the next generation and spend your time in devotion to God.
45. If you achieve something, do not become egoistic. If you desire for something, work honestly and diligently for it, meditate, and avoid anxiety.
46. Whenever you are angry, say the Naara, drink some cold water, and meditate for five minutes. As much as possible, stay away from anger.
47. Love all of God’s creations in a selfless manner.
1. What is ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
To save mankind from downfall and revive the dead humanity, our revered Hujur Pitaji initiated this movement on
29th April 2007, named by Huzur Pitaji himself as “Jaam E Insan Guru Ka". It is a marvelous joy & powerful tonic for soul. It is a media to convert a common man into a true human being. It is a divine practice to avoid the discrimination towards religions & community.
2. What is the history of ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Since time immemorial, all the saints and seers, who incarnated in this world,out of their benevolence and love, gave their disciples some "distinct" spiritual advancements and experiences, that made up for their identification. Similarly, In Dera Sacha Sauda, to revive humanity, this practice has been started that initiates disciple towards self less service of mankind.
3. Why ‘Jaam-E-Insan’ is being introduces now not in the earlier days of Dera Sacha Sauda’s history?
This sacred movement started on
29th April 2007much after establishment of Dera Sacha Sauda. Its roots lie in Words of Param Pitaji (2nd Master, Shah Satnam Ji Maharaj), one day Param Pitaji felt that people are not getting attached to "Naam" and uttered "naam se log itne nahi jud rahe to kuchh pila diya jaye”. Param Pitaji used to utter that "Lets give them something to drink ". It's the words of saint, materializing today. Saints words have only one purpose to ignite desire in disciple’s soul for Almighty. In this “kalyug” crimes are increasing on the sake of religion, custom, tradition & culture so now it became essential to remove the bone of contention. As sun grows & sets according to God’s wish, similarly It is great “rehmo karam” By huzur PITA JI at the right time.
4. What are the benefits of ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Jaam e Insan is that nectar of "Satguru" that in coherance with "Naam simran” can lead a disciple to almighty "Waheguru, Allah, Ram, GOD ", and makes him deserving not only the spiritual advancements, but physical & mental benefits are also deserved.
5. Why should I take ‘Jaam-E-Insan’ ?
This Jaam is from the same everlasting source of happiness, from where the gift of "Naam" came. As a human needs food to live, similarly jaam is necessary for the revival of humanity. Jaam helps a disciple to connect with Naam and experience happiness that resided within our self. True duty of every human being is to serve humanity and Jaam encourages a disciple every moment for self less service and this is true humanity.
6. How ‘Jaam-E-Insan’ is being prepared?
Jaam e insan is a concoction of sugar, Sharbar-e-rooh (a rose preparation) and milk (water??). Representatives from all the religions prepare this Jaam, with continued remembrance of holy name (Naam). In the beginning, all the disciples are made to take mandatory oath to follow 47 rules of Jaam-e-Insan by Huzur Pitaji.
7. Who can take ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Any human being who is blessed with the alms of ‘Naam’ from Beparvah Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj, Param Pita Shah Satnam Ji Maharaj or Huzur Pitaji can take Jaam-e-Insan.
8. How to take ‘Jaam-E-Insan’ ?
One need to fill a form with his complete details i.e. name, address, photo, and contact no. Facility of photograph is provided at the Jaam-e-Insan place.
9. What changes I can see in my life after ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Disciple experiences happiness from inner self called “Ruhani Khushiyan“. It strengthens our self and with strong will power, disciple finds all his worldly problems to be smalls and wins over them.
10. Why it is called ‘Ruhani Jaam’ as well?
True happiness is endless; it is different from all the happiness of this world. Source of this endless happiness lies within us, and anything that opens up doors to our own innerself is called "Ruhani”, or Divine. Jaam e insan, ignites the desire of Almighty and “divine search", so is why it is called " Ruhani Jaam" or” Jaam e Insan Guru ka" by Huzur Pitaji.
11. Is there any fix charges or subscription fee for ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
No, Not at all. This divine drink “Ruhani Jaam" is served without any cost. It is a wonderful present from Guru Ji to his disciple.
12. Do I have to resign or join any specific religion to take ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Aim of Jaam-E- Insan is to make people of all religion to live in harmony & to eradicate the communal hatred. It is not required to join or resign any religion. Rather it is an affirmation to be true to one’s own religion while recognizing the unity of all religions and the universal religion of Humanity. As a token of it, representatives from all the religions, while in remembrance of holy "Naam", prepare this.
13. If ‘Jaam-E-Insan’ is not act of change in religion then why a unique ID (Insan No.) is being given at the time of ‘Jaam-E-Insan’?
Pitaji said to use "Insan" with name, so that a disciple is continously reminded that it’s the teachings of "satguru" (master) that makes us true human. ID is provided to confirm that how many people are getting connected to the true humanity.
14. What the objective behind inserting all gurus’ picture on Insan pendant?
The seed of Dera Sacha Sauda was sown by Shehanshah Mastana Ji Maharaj, second master Param Pita Shah Satnam Ji Maharaj nourished it, and with hard labor of Hazoor Pita Sant Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, it is now like a strong tree. "Raam naam" has reached to all corners of world and countless humans are getting benefited with this divine gift of Jaam.
"swarup" (pictures) of all three masters on Insan locket indicates three shahanshahi bodies for one holy soul. If anybody gets indulged into evil deeds, it prevents him/her to do so & make us remember that God is always with us.