Hotel Room Request

Jai Sat Chit Anand Dear Mahatmas,

With Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan's and Pujya Niruma's grace and Pujya Deepakbhai's blessings, the Southeast Dada Bhagwan Parivar heartily invites all mahatmas and mumukshus, with their friends and family from around the world, to join them in celebrating Pujya Dada's Guru Purnima in Jacksonville, Florida from July 22nd to July 28th, 2018.

Main Events
Sunday July 22, 2018: Check-In Monday July 23, 2018: Guru Purnima starts
Friday July 27, 2018: Guru Pujan Saturday July 28, 2018: Gnanvidhi
Sunday July 29, 2018: Check-out after breakfast.
Our theme for GP 2018 is global unity, and in this spirit, our tagline is
"YOUnity starts with YOU!"
As individuals, we can all play a role in making this event a success! 
We request that you kindly start by following the steps outlined below:
Guru Purnima registration & Hotel room request process:
Step 1: Click here to register yourself and your family members living with you at the same residential address. You will then need to select nut allergy, food preferences and special needs information for each family member.

Step 2: Complete the event information, enter each individual's arrival & departure dates, and answer the questions pertaining to the Hotel room requirement and members staying in the requested room(s).

Step 3: Add members from another family in your room by entering his/her Member IDMember ID information can be found on the confirmation email sent to the mahatma, once he/she has registered for this event. Please make sure the answer to "Hotel room required?" is No on their email.

Step 4: If you have any children between the ages of 0-12 years, please sign them up for LMHT activities before December 20, 2017.

Step 5: If you have any youth/young adult family members between the ages of 13-35, please sign them up for YMHT (13-17) or YMHT+ (18-35) activities.

Step 6: Verify your registration and receive an email with a unique family member ID.

Step 7: After the 1st week of February 2018, you will receive an email at the email address used to login and register for this event, instructing you to finalize your hotel room reservations. Please keep an eye out for this email.

Video on how to register a standard family (Adults, LMHT, YMHT / YMHT+) for Guru Purnima:
GP Registration Adding other mahatmas to Your Room
Video on how to add mahatma(s) to your hotel room and register yourself for Guru Purnima:
Registration When staying in other Mahatma room
Video on how to register when you don't require a hotel room or are staying in someone else's hotel room for Guru Purnima:

If you have any questions or need support with any of the event registration or hotel reservation steps, contact us at:

Phone: 1-(877) 505-DADA (3232), Ext. 10

Email: [email protected]

We Welcome You All!

 
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Happy Birthday Pujya Niruma!

Thursday November 30, 2017

Pujya Niruben Amin, delightedly referred to as Pujya Niruma, was born on 2nd December, 1944 to a wealthy family in Aurangabad, India. A doctor by profession, she had an unflinching desire to dedicate her entire life to relieve people of their pain and miseries.

Pujya Niruma met Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan on 29th June 1968, and at first sight she completely surrendered to the Gnani (Self-Realized One). She resolved to serve Param Pujya Dadashri to help Him spread the unique knowledge of Akram Vignan to the world. With the objective to instill peace and eventually liberate people from their mental, emotional and worldly sufferings, she traded in her life of worldly comforts, for a life of service of the Gnani.

Pujya Dadashri never forgot the kindness of someone who served Him even one cup of tea in His life and Pujya Niruma served Him for 20 years. As a result, Pujya Dadashri took on the responsibility of taking Pujya Niruma all the way to ultimate liberation. Param Pujya Dadashri had said, “Niruben, you have nursed me like a mother, served me like a daughter, and have served me like a nurse.” He added, “I have to take her [Niruma] to Moksha— ultimate liberation”. In turn, Pujya Niruma had a strong intent and once told Pujya Dadashri in her mind that, ‘You have taken my responsibility for going to moksha, but I will not come alone. I will bring everyone with me. What is the fault of all these people, they have not met you but when you were there, they were also there, so why should they miss out?

Only one who is pure and has a firm desire for the salvation of the world can utter such compassionate words!

Pujya Niruma’s final message was that we should, ‘Live with love.’ She furthermore, ensured this by extracting a promise from everyone by adding, ‘Promise?’ All we have to do is to make this promise. We are fortunate to have the blessings, compassion as well as the continued subtle presence of Pujya Niruma. Let us resolve to follow her footsteps sincerely and make her heartfelt desire and promise to Param Pujya Dadashri come true!

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On 26th November, 400 new seekers attained Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Bhubaneswar (Odisha), India. 

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Happy Children’s Day!

Monday November 13, 2017

As soon as November 14th arrives, children all over India look forward to celebrate Children’s Day, as on this day they have special celebrations in their schools. It is actually the birthday of Shree Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, who used to love children.

Children are quick learners and therefore you may have observed that it is often easier to teach a child than an adult. But have you ever thought, what we can learn from children? Let us have a look at what a child can teach us.

If you observe a child, you will find: 

  • He is always ready to learn new things.
  • He is always in his natural and spontaneous form, he never worries what people will think about him or what will happen in the future and hence always lives freely.
  • He heartily accepts his mistakes and wishes not to repeat them again.
  • He does not hesitate to do good things, if he thinks it is ok.
  • He is intellect-free and thereby has no opinions for whomever he meets.
  • He is happy for no reason and forgets problems easily.
  • He does things for himself, not to show others.

Gnanis (the Self-Realized Ones) also have such childlike traits. The only difference is that a child’s ego and intellect are in a dormant state whereas the Gnani’s ego and intellect have been permanently dissolved by acquiring the right understanding and right knowledge.

A wise man would ask, ‘Why only learn from a child? Why not dissolve the intellect and ego completely and remain as freely as the Gnani lives?’

But is this possible?

Surely it is!

This can happen after we gain the knowledge of the Self from the Gnani. This right knowledge and understanding allow us to remain in a state as free as the Gnani’s, while continuing to engage in worldly life.

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In Surendranagar, India 1150 new people took part in the Gnan Vidhi (Self Realization ceremony) on 9th November.

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