Sat Sanga Aids Spiritual Growth
It is really good for man to have sraddha and bhakti (devotion) towards God. Some may cultivate a desire for moksha even from childhood. It is a result of antecedent punyas accumulated over several births, according to our ancestors. Inclination towards visits to sacred places and taking bath in sacred rivers and tanks comes naturally for such persons. It is called mumuksha lakshanam (quality of a mumukshu).
Such a mumukshu may sometimes have doubts while learning subtle truths. He should not attempt to unravel them by himself. Instead, he must get them cleared by experienced persons well versed in the Sastras.
Approaching a person who has no such authority will bear no fruit. In fact, it may even entail sin.
Therefore, one with a desire for moksha should move only with like-minded persons. That develops satsanga and strengthens mutual understanding. This is known as sadhu sanga.
In the first place, special grace of God is absolutely essential for moksha. It is but proper that one who has earned God's grace should engage in good actions dedicating the results to God. By this one can attain chitta suddhi (clarity of mind) and advance in adhyatma (Self-knowledge).
We bless all to progress in life through dedication to adhyatma.