|05 - Chidakash-roop rahi Parbrahm na sambandhwala samaj ni séva karya karé to chati déhé Akshardham nu sukh anubhavay|
Those who serve the Lord's devotees whilst remaining emmersed in 'Chidakash' will experience the peace, bliss and happiness of Akshardham from this moment - Pappa.
When the sadhak encounters negative influences such as thoughts which may lead him to take offence (abhav), thoughts of despair and desolation (vickshép) or thoughts which lead to confusion and emotional disturbances (munjvan), if the sadhak adamantly neglects them and does not allow his mind to support such thoughts but instead forces his mind into a habit of remaining neutral and unperturbed, then he has remained immersed in chidakash.
If having established an un-biased state of mind which is in a state of spiritual equilibrium, he proceeds to serve the Lord’s sambandh-wala (the members of Gunatit Samaj), then from that moment, he will experience ‘Akshardham nu sukh’ - the peace, bliss, tranquillity and joy of Akshardham. He will experience the happiness as described in Vach. G.III.11, a state of bliss and peace where there is no sign of misery, agony, anguish or despair. That is the happiness and joy of Akshardham.
In all other abodes, known as nirgun dham, there is happiness and joy, but the misery, despair, gloom and sorrow are not excluded. Whereas in Akshardham, when we serve the Lord, we are rewarded with pure peace, bliss, happiness and joy without any trace of such negative forces, for they have been eliminated.
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