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Sadhviji’s Sacred Sunday Satsang: What Does Moksha Feel Like?

Jan 30 2022

Sadhviji’s Sacred Sunday Satsang: What Does Moksha Feel Like?

JOIN Sadhviji tonight as she leads another beautiful Divine Satsang from the Sacred Satsang Room at Parmarth Niketan. The inspiration and insights that Sadhviji so eloquently shares with the answers to questions taken from our Parmarth Parivar at home and abroad help us to go deeper into our spiritual path, and have helped so many people all over the world to heal and transform their lives.

The first question came from one of our beautiful global family living abroad: How do we know when it’s time to continue holding on, or time to let go – to which Sadhviji so aptly responds that it depends on what you’re holding on to. We should, for example, never let-go of hope and faith and love!

Another question from our global family abroad asks how we can become someone that we’re proud to be. Sadhviji so eloquently shares that it’s important to decide what type of person we want to be, because it’s living in the Truth of who we are that ultimately brings us peace.

Then, a question coming from a family member online, wondering what Moksha feels like. “Blissful. Free. Imagine that you’ve been living a dark cage – but, you don’t know that you’ve been living in that. And, then, suddenly, somebody comes and turns on the light and dissolves the cage…and, you’re free. That’s what Moksha feels like!”

And, coming from our Instagram family, a question about how we connect ourselves in the spiritual world constantly, when we’re lost in the material world. Sadhviji shares, first, that there’s no reason to be lost in the material world – and, that it’s not a reason to deny or defer our spiritual life.

Finally, another Instagram family member asks what the purpose of all of this is. In one of Sadhviji’s videos, she shares that Ganga smooths the rough surfaces on us, as she does with rocks. So, is that what’s supposed to happen? We’re supposed to become something that we’re not? Watch and listen to Sadhviji’s beautiful response.

Take some time to revisit previous sessions of Satsang by scrolling through the timeline on this page – so many amazing and precious Drops of Wisdom available right at your finger-tips!

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