Uncountable people waiting for Guruji’s darshan stood in queues out side Sthan at sector 7, Gurgaon.
At the back door of the Sthan, tents were fixed as a partition between the main road and the footpath where the devotees stood in queues to wait for a Glimpse of their Lord. Guruji would move out and blessed some portion of the queues, say about 50 yards from the gate of Sthan. People were directed to reach Sthan hall for elaborate interaction with Guruji’s Shishyas who were doing Seva while attending and guiding them further. Rest of the people standing on the road side constituted a queue as long as 2.5 Km. Guruji instructed His prominent Shishya, F. C. Sharma ji to do parikrama of the devotees standing and waiting to reach Sthan. “Parikrama means, walking from Sthan till the end of the queue and then to return at Sthan. While doing this exercise, one has to keep the eye contact with each one standing in the queue. Walking from Sthan to the end of the queue and then coming back at Sthan focussing on all standing for Guruji is called parikrama. Every Shishya was commanded to do this spiritual act.
The significance & importance of parikrama has a unique spiritual reasoning which is never heard or read. Only Guruji revealed out this secret to us. He commanded us to consider the aggrieved people not as humans but the Gods. Doing parikrama means “Varan” of the deity God prevailing in humans waiting to be blessed by Guruji.
“God” which is the determined goal of the Shishya has to be wedded spiritually and this act is called “Varan” which is accomplished through parikrama. Since this goal is nonachievable independently, therefore Guru takes over the Shishya completely and completes his journey of spiritualism till destination.
None but thyself has such un quoted Gyan (Spiritual knowledge)
O’ revered Master ! Saashtaang pranaam ji