True Master’s benison makes the difference
A True Master shows people the right path, the path of self realization, the path to excel in their ambitions. A true Guru not just imparts the spiritual wisdom to enlighten the path to supreme abode but also showers the words of worldly wisdom, so that his devotees may enjoy a life of inner peace and contentment in both spiritual and worldly realms. Saint Ram Rahim, is one true torchbearer of such wisdom who is guiding millions of devotees like a guiding light through the storms of their lives.
Tiniest advices from a true Guru can make a big change in one’s life if followed with firm belief, though it is hard to notice after one excels in their aspirations. This is something unimaginable for those who are drenched in the materialistic spheres of life, but for those whose life has changed following this tiny insights, this is real bliss, only a few like Vijender Singh have courage to acknowledge and appreciate the guidance that drives them motivated. Well, what does happen is that if the pupil does not keep up the tryst with the True Master’s instructions, he may eventually forget where the midas touch came from.
This is not to take away credit from these remarkable athletes for their performances, but only to reiterate the fact that meditation works and the blessings of a True Master always bear fruit, provided one has a modicum of faith. True Saints are showering blessings on the humanity all the time, and have no inclination for scoring points by counting those whose lives they have transformed. And none of their benevolent actions demand reciprocation in the form of gratitude. True Master’s benison makes the difference , Saint Gurmit Ram Rahim trained Vijender Singh Virat Kohli Shikhar Dhawan in Shah Satnam Ji Cricket Stadium , Ilam chand yoga player sirsa.
The moment that changed life of Vijender Singh
Vijender Singh brought laurel to the nation winning a medal in Olympics. He became famous, he was on News, TV Shows and what not, he appeared in Salman Khan’s show 10 Ka Dum, then Nach Baliye and many more. All this fame, all this attention was somehow diverting his mind from boxing for sure, that might be the reason behind Vijender acting in lead for the Bollywood movie Fugly which came in 2014. Vijender, India’s boxing poster has not had much luck after the 2010 Asian games where he blanked out World Champion Abbos Atoev. The same year also saw him win a silver medal in the Champion of Champions in China. The 2010 commonwealth games were also a high point when he scripted history by winning a Gold medal, defeating Frank Buglioni from the UK. After that, he hit a rough patch when he lost the Olympic quarterfinals to arch rival Abbos Atoev of Uzbekistan. Then, he was sucked into a vortex of events, that were ostensibly meant to shield the high and mighty. And then his life-changing moment came. During 2014, Vijender Singh visited New Delhi for his movie promotion in Rubru Night, it’s a kind of musical concert organized by Dera Sacha Sauda chief Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim to connect youth with spirituality with Spiritual Rock. Saint Ram Rahim advised Vijender Singh to focus only on boxing, there is so much more to achieve in his boxing career. Saint Ram Rahim asked him to work hard to make India proud, and gave his blessing to Vijender. That was the moment when Vijender took the most important decision of his life, he decided to practice hard in boxing leaving all the reel fame aside.
He decided to become a real hero, he was more focused than ever. After that talk with Saint Ram Rahim, Vijender devoted himself to boxing as much as possible. There came both good and bad times in his life but he stuck to boxing as he knew he can do it, he has what it takes. Look at him now, reasults are so bright, he has the perfect stats in Pro Boxing career. Recently, Vijender Singh visited Dera Sacha Sauda to express his gratitude to the spiritual master Gurmeet Ram Rahim for his guidance. He told how much thankful he was and mentioned the life-changing advice that Saint Ram Rahim gave him in 2014.
Virat Kohli’s chatter with Saint Ram Rahim about batting technique
Shikhar Dhawan, alongwith Virat Kohli visited the Shah Satnamji Cricket Stadium to participate in the Vijay Hazare trophy in February, 2010. Till then, he had not yet got an opportunity to be in the Indian team. He met Guruji and asked him if he still had a chance to represent the country. Saint Ram Rahim taught him the meditation and asked him to be positive. His selection was announced in the very next ODI series after which he has been a constant member of the Indian side. Before that particular match, Virat Kohli had also been flitting in and out of the national team. He met Guruji and told him that when he goes for batting, after scoring 30 or 40, his minds get deviated and he gets bowled out. Then Guruji shared a couple of practical pearls. The first was to go out and play his natural game. Secondly, Guruji asked him to not to experiment with his batting techniques, he asked him to improve the techniques in training sesson and when advised him to judge the bowling order in defensive mode first.
The most important bit was that he learnt the meditation and Praanayam. Post that, Virat was selected in the very next tour and he became a legend in his own right. “If you have passion for something you will surely get it if you give your 100%. Fairy tales do come true if you work for them. Once the goal gets into sight it gets easy to become complacent but that is the worst mistakes of all.
The key is not to become complacent but carry on with the same intensity. There are more talented people than me but my self belief is a strength. I feel I can do it and work towards it. When you taste a bit of success there is every scope for you to get carried away. I did and made mistakes. But I learnt from them and vowed never to repeat those,” says Kohli. Well… this self-belief makes him Virat Kohli.
84 year old Ilam Chand bringing laurels to the nation
84 year old Ilam Chand might not be a great famous star like Virat Kohli or Vijender Singh, but having more than 200 national and international medals in such advancing age is something that makes us mention him here in the list. Ilam Chand may be 84, but he still performs tough yoga postures, including ‘shirshasana’ (headstand), to avail the benefits of the ancient Indian discipline. Being a sugar patient, he started practicing yoga in 2001 after the advice of his spiritual guru Saint Ram Rahim and after that he never looked back. “While most people of my age complain about pains, I take part in marathons to prove that yoga can keep one young, flexible and active,” he says. He had won as many as 241 medals in state, national and international yoga championships. He started competing in yoga contests in 2002 and still competes. He had won the gold medal in International World Yoga Championship held in Puducherry in 2008 and later represented India twice in the Asian Yoga Championship held at Malaysia and China in 2010 and 2011, respectively. In December 2015, he was awarded with the State Life Achievement Award of Senior Citizen by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. He says, “You are never too old. The body is a remarkable instrument. The youth today is affected by ‘polluted talk’.
The youngsters only talk about problems, not solutions. This is only because they don’t focus on their health and body. Meditation and Yoga purifies not just the body but soul too, enhances will power, thus makes you champion” he adds.
Why So Much Fury Over FYI’s recommendation on Dronacharya Award on Baba Ram Rahim
Few days back The Yoga Federation of India (YFI) recommended the name of Dera Sacha Sauda’s chief Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh for the Dronacharya Award. So called “Sports Experts” have stated that “Gurmeet Ram Rahim has no connection with sports” and “Ram Rahim himself is demanding for Dronacharya award”, but is that true? Watch this video to know what Baba Ram Rahim said about Dronacharya Award on his Facebook Live address!
Fact: About 10% of the total medals won by Indian Athletes each year belongs to students of Dera Sacha Sauda’s Shah Satnam Ji Educational Institutes. Yes 10% of all the sports belongs not to to one state but to one organization Dera Sacha Sauda under the guidance of one and only coach Saint Ram Rahim.