If everyone attains moksha,...
Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, an enlightened being says, “If all the Atmas (everyone) attained moksha, this worldly life (sansar) would no longer exist.” But can this ever happen? No, it cannot!

Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan explains, “Can a mother and son ever be the same age? The day a son and mother are the same age, is the day when the entire world would go to moksha! ‘May the entire world go to moksha’ is an intention that you are entitled to. However, it will never materialize. It will only materialize when a mother and child are both the same age!”

He further states, “This worldly life is like a stream that has been eternally flowing. Every living being in it will definitely attain final liberation (moksha) sooner or later in its sequential order.”

Will those who attain moksha be able to meet each other after death?
When no karma whatsoever remains on the Soul i.e. all the coverings over the Soul shed off, the living being then, after death, moves from vyavhar (interaction in the world) to moksha (final liberation). Moksha means permanently remaining in one’s own natural state of bliss.

The Souls who attain moksha are called Siddhas. On attaining moksha, they go to Siddha Kshetra. Siddha Kshetra is the place where the Liberated Souls stay forever.

All Souls in Siddha kshetra keep to themselves; they have nothing to do with anyone else
One who attains moksha and reaches Siddha Kshetra, the abode of the Liberated Souls, is done with everything. They are not engaged in anything. “That which has to carry out actions (pravrutti) is considered mechanical. They (the Siddhas) are not mechanical”, says Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan.

It means the Siddhas don’t need to meet anyone nor speak to or listen to anyone. They are above the realm of feelings. They are in a state where nothing affects them. All of them there remain in their state of eternal bliss! It is boundless bliss, a limitless bliss. They all experience the same bliss.

Meeting people, etc. happens outside the location of the Liberated Souls. The reason it happens here in this location is, because here we have all these circumstances. But over there, in the Siddha kshetra, circumstances do not exist. Therefore, nothing like that can ever occur there.

Let’s take a brief glimpse of how things are in the Siddha Kshetra, from the below conversation that one of the spiritual aspirants has had with Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan...

Questioner: When we go to the place of the Liberated Souls (Siddha kshetra), do we just have to sit there alone? And do we just continue to see?
Dadashri: It is not the sitting around of your language. You do not have to stand around or sit around over there; you do not have to lie around. There it is something quite different.

Questioner: Do we just see all the time?
Dadashri: Yes, but it is not something that you can imagine. You are trying to see it through your imagination, but it is not that sort of thing.

Questioner: What is the place of the Liberated Souls (Siddha kshetra) like?
Dadashri: The Siddha kshetra is a place where karmas do not stick on you even if they wanted to; whereas here, karma will stick to you, even if you did not wish it to! The subatomic particles (parmanu) are everywhere constantly. Here, the subatomic particle is always ready, but over there it does not affect them at all. God (Siddha)! That is the eternal state!

Questioner: Can the Siddhas in the Siddha kshetra be individually identified?
Dadashri: No, they are not individuals like that. They do however have an awareness of existence (astitva), their elemental nature (vastutva) and the absolute state (purnatva); the awareness of ‘I am’, and that is all. Over there, there is nothing like it is here. Each and every one of them, dwell in the awareness of ‘I am’! There is no talk of anything, there is not any kind of dispute or discrimination between individuals, and there is no mutual relationship. All these mutual relationships are found over here, and they are relative. Whereas over there, it is real; it is absolute, in which there is no interdependency. There they have the awareness of existence (astitva), elemental nature (vastutva), and absolute state (purnatva)!

To attain moksha is our goal; that it is where we want to go!
The Siddhas (Liberated Souls) represent our goal that, ‘This is the state of moksha that I want!’

When we say ‘Namo Siddhanam’, the salutation (namaskar) reaches the Absolute Soul (Siddha) sitting within us! The Soul that resides within us is indeed Absolute (Siddha)! Our concern now, in this human life, should be about getting our work done (of accomplishing the above-said ultimate goal)! Therefore, we should send our salutation to the Siddhas.

The attainment of our goal of moksha begins from here...
Moksha, meaning freedom or liberation of the Soul, happens in two stages:
1.Liberation of Soul from the wrong belief of “I am Chandu (you may insert your own name here)” which we are carrying since infinite lifetimes, is the first stage of moksha! In this stage, we become free from all unhappiness, here, in this life only.

This happens when we realize, “I am a Pure Soul and these worldly interactions have nothing to do with the Soul.” Unless and until we achieve the first stage of liberation, which is called Self-Realization, we cannot start with finishing of our karmas.

2.When all the karmas get finished, then the second stage of moksha is achieved. The death of such living being is called ‘Nirvana’ or the ultimate salvation, after which there is no rebirth. One goes to Siddha Kshetra then, and remains there in the state of bliss forever.

This is our ultimate goal! But for that, we ought to begin by attaining the first stage of Moksha. And for that we need Gnani, the Enlightened One; because Gnani alone is the bestower of moksha. Only the Enlightened One can enlighten others. With his grace, we directly attain Self-Realization in just two hours. Such is the spiritual science of Akram Vignan. So come, let’s take the first step of meeting Gnani at the earliest, and thus mark the beginning of our moksha!!

Param Pujya Dadashri says, “Every living being will definitely attain moksha sooner or later in its sequential order.” So, here’s wishing you and me and every living being in this world, the goodluck to meet the circumstance of meeting Gnani, and with his grace, attain Self-Realization, which is the first stage of moksha!!!

To know more: https://www.dadabhagwan.org/path-to-happiness/spiritual-science/moksha/

Author's Bio: 

Ambalal M. Patel was a civil contractor by profession. In June 1958, spontaneous Self-Realization occurred within Ambalal M. Patel. From this point on, Ambalal became a Gnani Purush, and the Lord that manifest within him became known as Dada Bhagwan. A Gnani Purush is One who has realized the Self and is able help others do the same. Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan used to go from town to town and country-to-country to give satsang (spiritual discourse) and impart the knowledge of the Self, as well as knowledge of harmonious worldly interactions to everyone who came to meet him. This spiritual science, known as Akram Vignan, is the step-less path to Self-realization.