Good Bye, dear friends


 
 

 
 

Dear friends of truth and love,

I will now withdraw from WordPress and computer activities for a while for health reasons. It is necessary if I do not want to run the risk of aggravating my health. I hope for your understanding and think that I don’t want to bring you a tear or a sad good-bye but a smile. So on Sunday evening, my withdrawal will begin. So God will, we may see again.

I thank you for all the time you have supported me, my blog, by giving me your attention and enriching my blog and my heart with numerous comments.

Let’s not forget: we are all on the way (in the making), so we should all do our best to instill our goal, purpose, and meaning into our lives. We should pursue this goal until we have reached the summit and, with God’s help, fulfill our task to know ourselves according to: Man know thyself. It is our birthright that the drop of the ocean will return again undivided (while our mind lets the drop appear singly, separately) into the oneness of God’s All-Consciousness consciously.

If anyone is interested in spirituality, he/she can browse through everything in my blog, as it is richly adorned by my Master Sant Kirpal Singh in wisdom, deep meanings of life for oneself and others. Whoever dives into it will certainly take away some precious treasures to the light of life through the statements of my Master. We only have to practice everything ourselves. Sant Kirpal Singh says, “Reformers are needed, not of others but of themselves…”. – So let us not waste another day, because time is precious and when the water flows through the bridge, it will not come back… We want a change? – then let’s start with ourselves…

Finally, I would like to share a link for all sincere seekers of the truth, of the meaning of life: – this link leads you to the precious books written by my Master. Read them please, they are free and will certainly enrich our lives and show us the way to become a real human being, to have love and respect for everyone and treat everyone accordingly in the sense of: “Be Good, Do good, and Be One”, to quote Sant Kirpal Singh Ji. It is a path that will open our eyes, the inner? Thanks again. Please, use this opportunity. They are spiritual treasures that can give us a great impulse to explore the meaning of life.

https://www.kirpalsingh-teachings.org/index.php/en/books-sant-kirpal-singh.html

I wish you all a good journey on your path of life.

Be heartily embraced
In thankfulness
Yours Didi

 
 
 

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Last circular from Sant Kirpal Singh – by Reno H. Sirrine (Part 2)


Sarovar – A sacred place of silence and contemplation (Kirpal Sagar)


Dear blogging friends,

Today something about the sarovar, a sacred place of silence and contemplation in Kirpal Sagar.

Wishing you all a relaxing time.
Didi

 

SAROVAR

 

A sacred place of silence and contemplation

The heart of Kirpal Sagar is the Sarovar, an oval-shaped pool surrounded by four corner buildings. The edifice in the centre of the basin bears models of the four main types of sacred buildings: a gurdwara, a temple, a mosque, and a church.

Their respective shapes symbolically refer to the human body, reminding us that God resides in man. They are found in all religious traditions as symbols of the man-body, which is the ‘true temple of God’.

The relation between man and God is the basis of the unity of mankind – the brotherhood of men under the fatherhood of God. This spiritual link never depends upon outer formations. The Sarovar is a sacred place for contemplation, meditation, and prayer. All religions are respected here. Holy Scriptures – such as the Guru Granth Sahib of the Sikhs, the Ramayana of the Hindus, the Bible of the Christians, and the Koran of the Muslims – are placed in the respective corner buildings of the Sarovar. During celebrations, these Scriptures are recited accordingly.

Every religion teaches the universal teaching and the universal link  among all human beings – the brotherhood of men and the fatherhood of God.  Religion is a very smooth pattern and a way to realize one’s self if one rises above the shackles of the religion.

Harbhajan Singh

 

The Sarovar symbolizes the endless ocean of life. Who is able to cross this immense ocean can return to his eternal home. The building amidst the Sarovar has the form of a ship, symbolizing the ‘Ship of Naam’ which can take the soul across the ocean of life. The term ‘Naam or Word’ denotes the God-into-expression power.

Though God resides everywhere and every place is holy where devotion kneels, it is a great chance for man to learn to sit together for the sake of the search for truth, the quest to know oneself, and to recognize the underlying unity of existence.