All days, all seasons, and all of creation belong to the Creator, Parmatma, who is everywhere. The month of Bhadon is hot and humid, but for those who are in the constant remembrance of Parmatma, and are under the grace of their Guru, it is not unbearable and undesirable.
A Guru acts as the protector and saviour for those whose love towards Parmatma is true and unfailing. With Guru’s grace one understands that Parmatma is the only everlasting truth; life is like a dream, an illusion, it is not truth and it will come to an end.
One should not live in duality and attach oneself to materialistic things and worldly relationships. When life’s journey comes to an end, in an instant everyone for whom one has forsaken Parmatma will leave and fear the remaining lifeless body. One has reaped what one has sown during one’s lifetime through karma. The physical body has deteriorated and discoloured. Only those who have been blessed with a Guru have risen above all obstacles and discomforts and reached Parmatma.
We absorb the energy that we surround ourselves with. When we are in the company of those who engage in Sat Da Sang we absorb positive energy and are inspired to do good. When we are around those who themselves are not attached to Parmatma we lose sight of good and bad, we become negative, engage in wrongdoing, and drift further and further away from the truth.
We should surround ourselves with Sat Da Sang so that we too can be like Satvanti and earn our Guru’s blessings. By always carrying our Guru’s teachings in our heart, we too can awaken ourselves to the fact that only the Creator is true and that all else is like a dream. Only then will we be able to go through life without attaching ourselves to life’s experiences and remain balanced through whatever life may bring.