(The saransh (gist) of the preaching given at the time of shivratri festival in Delhi sivir and bhagirath palace after the historical “satmukh koti homatmak mahayajna” in 1943, which happened in Delhi.)
If we think Bhagwan is far away from us, then he will go farther and farther, but if we carry out our spiritual practices thinking he is within us then he will always stay very near to us. The way a women who carries water, who’s one hand is engaged in holding the pot of water on her head always keeps the other hand free to hold her child and when her child tries to climb on her, holding her feet then she lifts her child up with her other hand. In the same way Bhagwan while taking care of the whole world always keeps his one hand free to lift or help his devotees. You just need to fall on his feet crying and he is there to lift you up and place you on his lap. You need not search bhagwan anywhere , just have faith in him and pray to him from the core of your heart , he is always with you, within you. You just need to understand the way of carrying out spiritual practices and do your duties then you can feel that you are always on the lap of the almighty with infinite power, bliss and joy.