The human mind is unstable by nature. In spiritual practices such as chanting or meditation, the mind has to be focussed in one place. Hence, it is difficult for an average person to remain engrossed in such spiritual practices. In contrast, while performing ‘satsēvā’ (Serving the God Principle), one of the steps in spiritual practice, it is relatively easier to remain engrossed in various actions with the body and intellect (for example, propagating Spirituality in society, writing for Spiritual texts, etc). This booklet explains in detail various efforts to be made, like how to maintain enthusiasm, how to increase self efficiency, how to increase output of satsēvā, how to do satsēvā with bhāv (spiritual emotion) and perfection, etc. for faster spiritual progress. This booklet also provides useful perspectives when performing samashṭi satsēvā (Spiritual practice for the spread of Spirituality). If worldly activities, social service, national mission, etc. are performed as ‘satsēvā’, then we benefit spiritually from these. Therefore, the information in this Booklet will be useful for everyone in society.