Starting The Real Divine Worship

This is just a glimpse of the Mahima of the Charans of the Sat Saroop.  It is so profound that by doing so we become Sat Saroop too.  The real divine worship starts with the complete surrender at the Charans of the one who has become Sat Saroop.  Let us look at the meaning of complete surrender.  Complete surrender is giving, giving, giving and giving up everything at the Charans of such a Sat Saroop – a Puran Sant Puran Braham Gyani a SatGur, a Puran Khalsa with Tunn, Munn and Dhann.  Giving up our self into the service of such an entity who is Sat Saroop. 

Giving Tunn means doing Seva by giving at least one tenth of your time in the Seva of such an entity.  The highest Seva of such a soul will be to dedicate yourself to Naam Simran as directed by Him and also whatever other Seva He tells you to do. 

Giving Munn means leaving your own wisdom and worldly wisdom aside and to just follow the divine wisdom, the GurMat – GurBani and the words of the one to whom we have surrendered completely.  Earning His words in your life on a daily basis will do wonders for your spiritual uplift.  Consider the words of such an entity as Sat Bachans and just follow them with trust, faith, devotion and love on a continuous basis.  By following these Sat Bachans you will for sure become Sat Saroop. 

The third thing you need to surrender to your Guru is your Dhann by giving at least one tenth of your earnings to your Guru, to the Puran Sant you have surrendered to, to the Puran Braham Gyani whom you have surrendered to.  Giving Dasvandh of your earnings moves you forward towards detachment and away from greed.  Therefore, the real divine worship – Pooja, is the Pooja of the Sat and this Pooja starts with the complete surrender at the Charans of the Sat Saroop.  This is the highest level of Seva and makes you a truthful servant of the Sat Saroop – and will eventually make you a Sat Saroop too.  This is the GurParsaad of the highest order and is available only to those who worship Sat by completely surrendering themselves unconditionally with trust, faith, devotion and unconditional love.