He Would Never Let Me Fall

It was the year 2017. I was supposed to travel to Jalgaon and Chopada districts in Maharashtra to teach the first ever Spine Care Course conducted in that region. I was going to travel 8 hours by bus from Pune to Jalgaon, teach a morning batch, travel an hour by car to Chopada, teach the evening batch and then return back to Jalgaon on the same night so I could continue this cycle again. The 4 day course was fully subscribed and there were also many doctors who had signed up. I was elated at the prospect of teaching a houseful course!

However, as fate would have it, just a week before my travel to Jalgaon, I slipped and fell while going down the staircase, hurting my lower back. Fortunately, my head was saved. As the pain did not subside even after two days, I visited an orthopaedic and the X-ray revealed that I had fractured my tail bone. The tail bone takes a really long time to heal. My doctor strictly advised me to avoid any travel and also to limit bodily movements.

I just couldn’t fathom cancelling the houseful course where so many doctors had registered for the first ever Spine Care Course happening in these districts. I thought over, discussed with my husband, prayed to Gurudev and decided to travel and teach! Deep down in my heart, I had full faith that Gurudev would take care of me as He has always done.

Unbelievably, I could travel for 8 hours back and forth from Pune, taught the 2 hour course morning and evening with the 1 hour travel and demonstrated all the exercises myself. I had completely forgotten about my fracture. To my surprise, there was absolutely no pain. Moreover I took the pain killer just for 1 day and then did not even take them. On the final day of the course, with tears of gratitude, I shared my beautiful experience with everyone.

For a doctor’s scientific mindset, this is indeed hard to believe, but in my heart I knew who was on duty all throughout seeing me through this challenge.

Whenever I have decided to make a difference and jump, He will always catch me and never let me fall.

Gurudev, thank-you so much for everything!! I Love You so much and bow down to You in gratitude..

-Trusha Manaktala.



  • Thanks for everything I have.

  • Satyam Prakash
    2 years ago


  • Shubha A
    2 years ago

    Jgd dear Gurudev very very Greatful and Gratitude to you as always, without me asking u have given me the most precious gift, know only wish 🙏 my child has to be in your presence, thank you gurudev, my pranaam to your Lotus 👣 for being in my life.

  • Ranu modi
    2 years ago

    I am very thankful to you gurudev…I have experience of hollow empty mediation in home… Such a nice experience….

  • Satyam
    2 years ago

    The Gurutattva is amazing. Words are not enough to praise His wonders.
    Thank You Guruji on behalf everyone.
    JGD 🙂

  • Jyothi Lokesh
    2 years ago

    Gurudev thanks for coming into my life. We are very fortunate to have you in our life. Gurudev you made our life meaningful. Love you Gurudev. Love you so much.

  • Rutva shah
    1 year ago

    Having gurudev in my life is greatest fortune

  • Bhanumati s patel
    1 year ago

    हम बहुत ही नसीबवाले है ।की हमको आप मिले
    पहले बहुत सारी परेशानियां थी , शिकायते थी,अशांति
    थी, जब से अपने हमे थाम लिया बस खुशियां ही खुशियां है।
    जीवन एक हराभरा बाग बन गया,बस हमेशा आपकी कृपा बनी रहे यही प्रार्थना है,

  • Shobhana Patel
    1 year ago

    Gurudev I have no words to appreciate you. I achieved so much beyond my capacity after coming you in my life. Gurudev I love u so much

  • Sanjay Kaul
    1 year ago

    I have finally come into your lap Gurudev! I am happy with what i have. I have no desires just one desire to be close to my beloved Guru.
    I am greatful to all for making me what i am, but need to realise self thru Sri Gurudev🙏

  • Reba Sarkar
    12 months ago

    Now Gurudeb is my everything in life. He is always with me, protect me, guide me, remind me. I feel his presence every moment. I know that now I am not alone, I am very happy.

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