5 Things That I Love About People


Guest-house in Kirpal Sagar

On the occasion of the 2nd world-conference on Unity of Man,
this guest-house was build in 1994

Dear friends,

A blogging friend of mine has nominated me to give 5 answers every day lasting 20 days. Thanks, dear friend 🙂
Here is her site: https://daysixtyfive.com/

Day 5:
5 Things That I Love About People

1.) Everyone has the birthright to meet God within. According to Christ: “If thine eye be single, thy body will be full of light”? – Means God is love, life and light – the “Single eye” means:

Excerpt by Sant Kirpal Singh:

“The Masters (competent spiritual teachers) tell us that there is also another eye (beside our two physical eyes), called variously the third eye, the single eye or shiv-netra. Unless you open that third eye (which can be opened only while in the man-body), you are nowhere. It is the eye of the soul, not of the intellect nor the outgoing faculties. We are ensouled bodies, conscious entities, working through mind and outgoing faculties. That inner eye is opened when our soul, the outward expression of which is called attention, is withdrawn to the seat of the soul in the body, which is at the back of the two eyes. The attention is now working at the level of the eyes through the mind and outgoing faculties. We are identified with the body and we have forgotten ourselves. Unless that very attention is withdrawn from outside, and just extricated above the outgoing faculties, which end at the level of the eyes, we cannot know who we truly are. At the time of death you come up to this point.”

http://www.kirpalsingh-teachings.org/index.php/sv/books-sant-kirpal-singh/morning-talks/391-the-single-eye-or-third-eye.html

And just this heart may see this inner light, which is pure and has become as innocent as children. Emerson, too, emphasized: “Tap inside…”
The Bible also speaks: “Knock at the door and it shall be opened unto you…” This door is the only door that leads inside, all other openings of the human body are outside-doors.

2.) When man is happy it is like a perfume that touches us too, with a friendly smile we can win the hearts of others.

3.) To see spirituality growing in man although there are many anti-forces working in man. We are now approaching the Golden Age, still on the bridge between the
Iron Age and the Golden Age – this whole transit-process will take 100 years. The divine laws in the Golden Age differ from the laws in the Iron Age. When we have entered the New Age, we then have to stand on 4 pillars:

Truth,
Penance,
Compassion (having all virtues of pity, piety, mercy and help)
Charity (to give and forget, selfless service)

However, spirituality cannot be taught, is not a matter of just reading books – it is caught like an infection via the window of our souls, is receptivity.

4. Contentment is a virtue and fortress against our endless wishes to hunt happiness and is subject to our mind. Those who have devolved it are even satisfied when they face difficult times – I have seen this kind of virtue in some people who, with their own life, gave a living example
to stay in serenity.

Our mind tries to copy the everlasting wishless happiness of the soul by means of wishes. Material wishes and any wishes coming from the mind or ego, may make us happy for a short time, but they pass like clouds and the mind is running amok to please itself from wish to wish, from being a short time happy to the next time.

5. It gives me a pleasure to see that more and more people develop right understanding. Usually we mix many things, throw them in one pot and lose control of what is what. Right understanding is our lamp on the path of truth. Life is like this: we sort all the fragments, with which our spirit is scattered and divided to know what is what, but once the process of finding the puzzles to restore of what we really are, from that time onwards differentiation is no longer needed…

Dear readers and friends for some time I will be on a journey, when back I will continue with the Day 6: “Things On My To Do List”

In thankfulness to your attention given
From heart to heart
Didi

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6 comments on “5 Things That I Love About People

    • Thanks, dear friend 🙂

      The third eye, or inner eye, or single eye or shiv netra has in fact many names – it is the eye of the soul and the only door that is leading inside. In the Bible we have: “Knock at the tenth door and it will be opened” – we have nine outwardly openings – but the tenth opening is the one which leads inwardly. It is also the seat of the soul, the place where our soul has to leave the body at the time of the death.

      Have a nice weekend
      Didi

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    • Here in addition to it a detailed information about the “third eye”

      NUKTA SWEDA or NUKTA-E-SAVEDA—(Til or Teesra [or Tisra] Til). Sufi term for ‘Shiv Netra’ or ‘Divya Chakshu’ (the third eye) as known among the Hindus and ‘Single Eye’ as termed in the Gospels. It is this point behind and in between the eyes wherein the soul-currents are gathered-in by concentration; for rising into higher spiritual planes.
      (2) Til: it literally means the mustard seed. Here it is used for the ganglion between and behind the two eyes. Hindus call it Shiv Netra or the Third Eye. In the Gospel it is termed as Single Eye. The Sufis call it Nakta-i-Saveda. It is the seat of soul in man. It is the first stage where the soul collects itself and is enabled to rise in the higher spiritual planes.
      Guru Ram Das, in this context, says: “Mind wanders away every second as it has not entered the Til.”
      Bhai Gurdas has given a beautiful description of it in his Kabits and Swaiyas Nos. 140, 141, 213, 265, 269, 270 and 294. Kabir has also referred to Till, in his Dohas or couplets. Tulsi Sahib, tells us that mystery of God is revealed only when one penetrates behind the Til.

      All the best
      Didi

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