Window of the soul


 

 

From the depth of the heart
Rays of the inner sun
Find their ways through the eyes
A mirror of the heart
Shining brilliance
Radiating happiness
Eruptions of love
A pyroclastic flow of light
Between touching looks
A jump of the heart through the eyes
An opening of the inner entrance

The window of the soul…

DidiArtist, 15.04.2019

 
 

Background information about Unity of Man


Dear friends,

This is really a great video, not only technically, but also referring to its content.
Be welcome to watch this video and let it sink into your heart.
For you all a happy time.
Didi

More information on Unity of Man
http://unityofman.spiritualitaet.org/en/about-us.html

Unity of Man – Sant Kirpal Singh

The intention of the movement Unity of Man is to inspire man by the ideal set by Sant Kirpal Singh: Be good – Do good – Be one.

It invites all to unite in order to find out about the spiritual base of human nature and to promote a spirit of oneness.

The name Unity of Man carries the core message of Sant Kirpal Singh:
This human birth is our chance to realize the great truth of the oneness of life vibrating in the universe – Unity already exists, we only have forgotten it.

Respect for the whole creation and love and tolerance for each human being regardless of colour, creed or nationality are the practical shape of this ideal.

There is one hope for the world, and this hope lies in the spiritual link from man to man and nation to nation. This genuine hope will bring us together.

The problems of the world are not of political, but of spiritual nature, so we have to find the solution on the spiritual level, on the level of consciousness. The change will begin from man’s heart.
Harbhajan Singh

About Kirpal Sagar:
http://www.kirpal-sagar.org/en/
Kirpal Sagar is a place for man-making and man-service and fulfils all conditions in developing man into a real man. Sant Kirpal Singh’s motto, Be Good – Do Good – Be One, is practised here.

Teachings of Sant Kirpal Singh:
http://www.kirpalsingh-teachings.org/index.php/en
This website contains the basic information about the universal teaching of Sant Kirpal Singh. It presents a collection of Sant Kirpal Singh’s precious books, lectures and heart-to-heart talks and a selection of videos and pictures documenting the life and work of Sant Kirpal Singh.

About Spirituality:
http://spirituality.unity-of-man.org/en/
In this website you may find answers to the questions “Spirituality – what it is” and “How to lead a spirituell life”.

Satsang, one of the three pillars of spirituality (part 2)


 

 

 

By Sant Kirpal Singh, in Oakton, Virginia, USA, 29 September, 1972

 
 
You see what sort of prayer is heard? As I told you the other day, (it is) the prayer which comes out of the heart and that is in unison with what you say by the word of mouth, and what you think. If the prayer comes, and the three (mind, intellect, and tongue) agree there, then that is a true prayer. When that prayer comes out, that Power who is also within us hears, “This child is after me.” Then He will catch you by the hand, “Well, child, tell me what you want.” So such a prayer is heard. Perhaps you have read the book “Prayer”. That gives you all these things.

Guru Ram Das says, “My prayer was heard. Thank God. I was under the impression that the philosopher’s stone would turn me into gold only; but strange enough, I met such a Guru who did not make me turn into gold but made me a philosopher’s stone itself. Now, whoever comes in our contact, they also turn into a philosopher’s stone.”

Every king wants his son to be a … what? Do you know? A king – not a minister. Every Guru wants anyone coming to Him to become a Guru. So Guru Ram Das said, “My prayer was heard and I got such a Guru who made me like this philosopher’s stone. Now, those who come in contact with me, they are also turning out to be philosopher’s stones.” He further says, “Strange enough, that qualification spoken of about the philosopher’s stone is that if any metal comes in contact with that it is turned into gold.” He says, “I was not the metal; I was the rust! Still worse. And, even then, I was made into the philosopher’s stone.” That bespeaks of the beauty of what he became after meeting the Guru. So the meeting or having the company of such a man is called Satsang.

The first Satsang you get inside – first class. Another Satsang is coming in contact with suchlike people who have got first-hand contact with God. What do you want? That’s the point. Do you want God? Or do you want worldly things? This is to be decided. If you have got true desire, yearning, to know God, then God will make arrangement to bring you in contact somewhere where He is manifest, where He is the mouthpiece of God, and He will enable you to contact God who is within your own self already.

Guru Ram Das says, “What is the world after?” In the world, what do you find? We find (that we pray), “O God, give us higher planes, heavens!” Some say, “(Give us) all enjoyments of the world hereafter” or “the enjoyments of this world”. When you pray, what do you pray for? For these worldly things or for your children, or your possessions, or your position, or that you may have enjoyments in the life after death? Generally this is what people pray for. Guru Ram Das says, “I have not prayed for that.” They (people) get that for which they have truly prayed. They get it! Guru Ram Das says, “I wanted only Him and Him alone, and I got such a Guru which has not turned me into gold but made me a philosopher’s stone itself.” Now, those who are really after God, these (other) things don’t appeal to them, you see. They simply want a glimpse of Him.

It is said that Lord Krishna once stayed away from a group of his followers, who were called “gopis”, for some time. Those who wanted his company always, who could not live without his company, they cried. They were feeling a very strong yearning, a very strong separation, and could not live without him, away from him. So when he heard about their state of affairs, whatever they were undergoing, he sent one devotee of his to give them some consolation: “Look here, the word Krishna comes from the root ‘kiru’, ‘kiri’. ‘Kiri’ means (the one) who is nearest to your soul – that is God. God resides in you. Why are you crying?” So that devotee went to see them and explained, and gave them all kinds of quotations from the scriptures, this and that: “God resides in you. Why are you crying?” They simply replied, “Look here, friend, what you say is alright: ‘He is the very soul of our souls, He resides in our body, He is our controlling Power in the body, He is so near that He is nearer than the hands and the feet.’ But tell us, for the eyes that are yearning to have a glimpse of Him, what is the remedy?”
 

 
To be continued…