When we go into the Sat Sangat of a Puran Purakh we feel the spiritual thirst. We feel the divine thirst to meet God, the divine thirst to see God, the divine thirst to realize God completely and to become one with Him. This divine thirst is called Chaao, the divine excitement that we feel within our self. When this Chaao is felt by us then we feel like dedicating our self at the Charan Sharan of the Puran Purakh. We feel like giving up everything at the Charans of this Puran Purakh. We feel like giving our Tunn, Munn and Dhann at the Charans of this Puran Purakh. All of these are divine signs that now we are ready for GurParsaad. Then our trust, devotion and love for this Puran Purakh awakens within us. When this divine feeling comes inside us then seize that moment and act upon that feeling. If we do so then we are blessed with GurParsaad. We should take full and complete advantage of this Chaao and do what our inside is telling us to do. That is our inner Hukam.
Our inner Hukam is the Hukam which our inner Jyot is telling us to do. We are being offered an opportunity to board the divine boat to Eternity and we should not miss this divine boat. The Guru is the divine boat to the Dargah, and the ones who board this divine boat are ferried across to the Dargah. The ones who miss this boat are left back to wander in the wilderness of Maya. The ones who board this divine boat are blessed with GurParsaad. This divine boat is GurParsaad, this divine boat is the Chattar of a Puran Purakh, which will save us from every attack of Maya during our Bandgi process and will take us all of the way through to the Puran Awastha.