Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan (addressed as "Pita Ji" by more than 50 million faithful followers presently) imparted the method of meditation to the seekers during the Satsang conducted at Unitech Ground, Local commercial belt, sector 97, Noida and liberated them from the cycle of transmigration of births and deaths. His Holiness Guru Ji quenched the followers by answering their questions which were in black and white. Lakhs of followers acquainted themselves with the holy sermons through the medium of Internet as well. After the Satsang, Langar (community meals) was also served to all present in the spiritual congregation.
Despite the scorching heat scores of followers reached the marquee. Keeping this thing in mind, several volunteers were engaged in serving drinking water. All the people present over there acquainted themselves with the holy sermons with full devotion.
While elucidating the hymn,
"Kimati hai ye samaa, ise lgata kahaa"
sung in His sonorous voice His Excellency Guru Ji exhorted, "In this age of selfishness, people have become self centered. It is incredibly marvellous to come to Satsang and listen to the holy discourse. Man is entangled in the materialistic world. Human birth is the most precious and cherished gift and the time that passes away, is deducted from a person's lifespan. Time never comes to a halt; it keeps on moving at its own speed. Everything which is visible is mortal. Only the God's name is true and immortal."
Whenever evil has originated and propagated, people have ignored it, whereas adopted and followed the goodness and it will be same in future too. Religion is a super science. In Ramayana epoch, Ravan was a great scientist but due to his ego he ruined his dynasty.
Man must do hard work and recite God's name. All of the scriptures unanimously talk about the same. Every man is connected with one or the other religion in some or the other way. As per the religions, one should not engage in deception, corruption and dishonesty; despite the fact a section of people are involved in these kinds of deeds. Today, the count of people who pose to be religious is increasing, whereas the number of people actually following the religions is frequently decreasing. Religions never teach to hate anyone rather instruct to love all and to stay united. One must do daily chores of life and should be truthful forever. Had the religions not been existing virtues like honesty, love, etc would have vanished and life would have been a chaos, where deception, corruption and dishonesty would have dominated all over the place. With honesty one can lead a peaceful life. One must recite God's words while regulating one's duties. Even while sauntering, or moving anywhere one must chant Gurumantra. This way, one's devotion would definitely be accepted by God. Those who follow the time, time also favour them; on the contrary, others repent forever. No one is unlucky in this world, only one's misdeeds makes one so. Therefore one must learn to respect time, and should never wait for tomorrow to do any kind of good work rather should do it today and now only.
Man is entangled in the cobweb of food and lust, unknown to the happiness and power of the divine name, which can never be gained in the whole trinity. One must perform good deeds and move on the path of goodness. Those who follow this will definitely be adored by all. Ones' desires are endless, rather keep on increasing perpetually. So one should learn to tame them and be happy and contented with whatever one has besides this should work hard along with recitation of God's name, to obtain whatever a person aims at.
His Holiness Guru Ji said, "Lack of knowledge is a ghost in itself. No such species exist. This is just the source of income for some hypocrites and illiterate people are an easy prey.
On being influenced by the campaign "Cleanse the planet earth to remove disease and curse" run by Dera Sacha Sauda 12,057 people willingly vowed to keep their surroundings clean.
During the Satsang, revered Guru Ji gave a battery operated try-cycle to a disable person. As per the information, Dara Insan, R/O Bhati Minus, block Chattarpur, Delhi was physically challenged from both legs. He was whole heartily thankful to Guru Ji for this benevolence.
Revered Guru Ji was welcomed in a marvellous way. As and when Guru Ji arrived, the holy slogan (Dhan Dhan Satguru Tera Hi Asra) reverberated all around the marquee, in chorus. All of the present devotees expressed their happiness by dancing; a rally showing 96 welfare works including placards depicting the humanitarian acts was organized on this occasion. In addition to this the inhabitants lit the ghee lamps and paid tribute to His Holiness, Guru Ji.