Modesty and humbleness
Are the remedies for
Good, better – arrogant syndroms
If we compare ourselves with others
This syndrom may begin its run…
Dr. Harbhan Singh
A smile invites
Opens the heart
A smile is
A hug of the soul
Where eyes meet
In joy and peace
A smile overcomes
Distances between people
Is the symphony
Of the heart
A smile wins
Trust and confidence
Bridge of unity
A smile connects
Old and young
For all of us
Life is like a mirror
We look into the lives of others
To see ourselves therein
The pain, the separation,
The loneliness, the fear
Duality of you and me
Boundaries are drawn
Through Good and evil
Instruments of fighting arenas
Only love knows to be one
Two worlds that merge
As dancing universes
Look at others with compassion
To experience yourself
Comfort in hope
To be in being
In the lap of the Father
To overcome you and I
Merged in Oneness
Awoken from a dream
Rolling waves along
The Cosmic Ocean
‘Come like all-flooding rain, come in me and stop
the thought of separation with one drop of this shower!
Without You, the Lord of this creation, I am dry in this world.
When Your clouds come and shower with rain, everything gets green.
With His grace make this shower come so that he who is touched by it
will become fresh and green through it.’
Whenever Satsang is held, there, one can get this water.
It is a school where you are not only taught but are given a demonstration of the God within you. If you want to become educated in a particular subject, you have to go to a school or college where that subject is taught. If you want to learn about your physical body, how it is retarded and how it can be renewed, you have to go to a school where the subject of how to have sound health is taught. If you want to engineer, you will have to go to a school where there is some engineer to teach you. So Satsang is a school where “how to meet God” is taught. Satsang is a school where somebody is sitting who knows God, who sees God, and who is competent to give others some demonstration of the God within them, some capital to start with. The word “Satsang” means actually uniting the soul with the all-pervading, all existing God.
“Sat” means “eternal” – which never falls away in dissolution or grand dissolution. That is God himself. God does not die. And “Sang” means “to come in contact with it”. Who has to come in contact with that God-into-expression-power (Naam)? That is our soul.
The first Satsang you get inside – first class. Another Satsang is coming in contact with suchlike people who have got the 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 the true desire, yearning, to know God, then God will make arrangements 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.
So your purpose of coming to Satsang is to imbibe the love of God, to sit in His sweet remembrance, to unite with Him. All things, past, and future, all irrelevant matters can be dealt within your own place of residence. Come, but come with the very best of intentions. Bring the remembrance of the Lord with you, and take it with you when you leave.
Sant Kirpal Singh
Christ also said, “where more than two sit in my name – there I am.” Master says that it is beyond praise when people sit in His sweet remembrance. You cannot praise enough a place, where people sit in His name, where they decide about their future, where people decide about their work: to live for others, to forget their old problems, and surrender them to the Master-power. You are given back a heritage here, that had been lost. You regain it. By coming to the Satsang you get everything, provided you detach consciously from the world. You get a boost, a conscious boost in life, that will help you to develop in the worldly way as well as in the spiritual way.
Dr. Harbhajan Singh
For information where and when Satsangs can be visited feel free to contact:
Night covers human hearts
Fearful clouds pass by
Fill the atmosphere
Ready to push the button
Appetite to eat millions
Use leaders as their pons
In the whirl of confusion
Let us remember our inner light
Sunshine beyond fear and threat
This light is eternal
And cannot be destroyed
Nor can death take it away
Life in light
A close look inside
Removes the veil
Of illusion, maya
All remains – is light…
Symphony of the inner spheres..
A great poem she has written for her father.
She is a talented young lady.
I can only recommend her blog, have a look, dear friends 🙂
HAPPPY B’DAY DAD!! 😍 🥰
I saw the sun begin to dim,
and felt that balmy breeze, caress his skin,
taking his first stride in the moonlight,
a man in the holy glow of fatherhood,
ever so strong, his abundant heart ever so tender,
his smile so incandescent, his eyes ever so render,
a companionship seldom found,
love so fertile that knows no bounds,
a soul so ethereal, his care so imperial,
together we shall, another course pursue,
my adolescence’s wondering silence knows no fear,
my longings ripen into worth,
cause I know my savior is near…
I CANNOT BELIEVE IT,
YOU’RE ONE IN A MILLION… 😉
Here some more information about the library of Kirpal Sagar.
I send my greetings from my heart to all of you
A person who lives in the world must know who he is, what he needs, where he can get it from, how he can get it and who will give it to him. Reading and analyzing all the Holy Scriptures, one learns something about the higher values of life, that is the meaning of the library.
Dr. Harbhajan Singh
In the library, especially the Holy Scriptures of the religions will be available, as well as biographies of great personalities and philosophical writings. Here you will find exhibitions focusing on spirituality.
Today we are confronted with a multitude of scriptures that have been written in different times and in different languages.
Already in the Upanishades it is said that there is only one truth, although it is described in different ways by the saints and wise men. Ultimately, recognizing it is a matter of inner experience and not of understanding on a purely intellectual level. The writings give valuable clues to this original inner aspect, which is common to all religions, just as we find many similarities in the ethical guidelines.
The external aspect of religion encompasses the doctrines of faith and the external forms of worship, which can be very different. If the inner core falls into oblivion, they gain too much weight. In this lies the danger that through narrow-mindedness and dogmatism religion becomes a bondage for mankind and can even become the cause of war and conflict. The library aims to encourage comparative study of religions and promote an unbiased viewpoint.
One of the exhibitions illustrates the basic unity of all religions through various texts and graphic representations.
Hidden in tears rests
As an expression of the soul
In depths and heights
Transport of information
Contact from heart to heart
On invisible tracks
Of happiness and suffering
Carrier of messages
Joyful and sad ones
From the mute mouth of the soul
Discharging touched life
Kirpal Sagar, all religions peacefully under one roof