The soul desires to be the dust from the feet of Sadhu Sant. By attending Sat Sangat, one obtains the most supreme status and becomes blessed with true wealth and vision with which to see the Supreme Soul, Paramatma, who is all-pervading.
Meeting with the True Guru, one finds peace and tranquility. The Guru removes all sins and painful karma. The divine light of the soul which is eclipsed and empty without the immaculate Lord, radiates and perceives the presence of Paramatma in everything and everywhere.
Through good fortune, one discovers Sat Sangat and the constant presence and remembrance of Paramatma fills the heart. Sat Sangat acts as a cleansing bath at the sixty-eight sacred shrines of pilgrimage.
When a being is attached to the illusions of the material world, the mind only sees falsehood and becomes evil and corrupt. Without good karma, one does not find Sat Sangat and engrossed in egotism, keeps wandering without peace. To overcome this, one begs for the dust from the feet of Sat Sangat and meeting with the Saints.
To be a Sevadaar is not a physical accomplishment, it is a great virtue; a state of mind which is nurtured and kept stable. Once, while riding through a bazaar, Abdul Kadir Sheik Gilani Ji came in close contact with a man who would not look at them. Abdul Kadi Sheik Gilani Ji’s sevadars were angered and felt he was being disrespectful. The man explained without looking up that he had already accepted someone else whole heartedly as his spiritual teacher and guide. He was doubtful that if he were to look up he may be tempted by Abdul Kadir Sheik Gilani Ji’s radiating divinity. He did not want to fail from his commitment he had made to himself and his Guru. Abdul Kadir Sheik Gilani Ji embraced the man and declared him a true seeker and disciple. The sevadars discovered their own weakness. Even though they were physically present with Abdul Kadir Sheik Gilani Ji, their minds had not surrendered in complete faith and humbleness. Only those that are unwavering in their faith and path reach the ultimate destination. Only those that are guided by their Guru are able to be steadfast and follow the path to Paramatma. As a servant is subservient to a master we must learn to be subservient to our Guru. Only then can we walk the spiritual path without falling astray. Through daily practice we can bring Paramatma’s presence into our lives.