Right Understanding – by Sant Kirpal Singh (part 8)


Dear friends,

The video-series of Right Understanding by Sant Kirpal Singh still continues.

 

 

Thanks for your attention
Didi

Right Understanding – by Sant Kirpal Singh (part 8)


 
 
Dear friends,

The video-series of Right Understanding by Sant Kirpal Singh still continues.

 

 

Thanks for your attention
Didi
 
 

Manav Kendra / Kirpal Sagar – By Dr. Harbhajan Singh


 
 

 
 

Right Understanding – by Sant Kirpal Singh (part 7)


 
Dear friends,
 
The video-series of Right Understanding by Sant Kirpal Singh still continues.
 
Thanks for your attention, my friends 🙂
All the best
Didi
 
 

 
 

Yearning of the soul


 


Kirpal Sagar

 

Following text about yearning of the soul can be read here:

http://spirituality.unity-of-man.org/en/spirituality/god-spirit-and-soul/59-yearning-of-the-soul.html

 

 

Yearning of the soul

“O God, Your attention reaches far and wide, everywhere.
Millions of souls are longing for Your blessing – they are standing at Your door to get Your Naam.
But You give Naam only to those who love God from the core of their heart.”

All the disciple needs he can get just by surrendering fully at the feet of the Master. When the disciple surrenders to Him, Master is happy, for He sees: “My child who was sent into the world with many promises and got lost in the fair of the world, has now returned to me.” Then, full of joy, the Masterpower takes the child to the place where His work is done so that the child may get further lessons. That is called Satsang. Through His word and blessing He dyes the soul in His own colour so that it may never leave Him again, for Master wants to keep His child close to Him. The soul then knows, “My Father is highest in the whole universe, no one is equal to Him!”

 

When the soul gets these blessings, the disciple prays, “O Master, take away from me lust, anger, greed, attachment, and ego and give me the real life. I want to live at Your feet forever!” Inside, reaching at the gate to His throne, the soul recognizes Master’s abode as the treasure of Naam. Seeing Him distributing this treasure, the soul says, “Master generously distributes this unique treasure of Naam. I need this blessing from Him to cross the ocean of life.”

Weeping the soul begs, “O Master, do not leave me! If You are with me, all troubles and sorrows are gone and all attachments to the world are cut off. Under Your shelter and protection alone I can live, otherwise I am in the grip of the five thieves. When You are with me, the five thieves run away. Keep my face always turned to You! You have granted me Your help again and again, so I can overcome all those problems.” The soul further cries, “How great a burden You took on Your shoulders, how great the power You give us to cross the barriers! Without Your help we could hardly ever reach Your heart. Grant me the grace to sit under the shade of that tree (of Your grace) or plant this tree in front of my house. Branches and leaves of this tree should be made of truth, so that I may relish its fruits.” I am crying before You on behalf of myself, beseeching You not to send me into the wheel of life again.” A doctor can only be called who knows about the patient’s suffering. The soul says, “Take away from me lust, anger, greed, attachment, and ego, and give me the knowledge of Brahm (which cannot be gained unless one lives a pure life) and Bhakti (devotion to the Master). All that lies in Your hand.”

The soul knows that if the disciple has attained this knowledge and gets Master’s attention, even the gods and goddesses bow down before him. The soul says, “O God, Your attention reaches far and wide, everywhere. Millions of souls are longing for Your blessing – they are standing at Your door to get Your Naam. But You give Naam only to those who love God from the core of their heart.

 

 

 

One for All – religion of love – by Sant Kirpal Singh


 
 

 
 

Human Body – the living Temple of God (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

The Third Eye of the Soul (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

From the physical world to the highest (exhibition – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Think of death (exhibition – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

The spiritual Essence of Religions (exhibition – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Dr. Harbhajan Singh: “Kirpal Sagar is my heart” (exibition – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

To live and do for Him (exhibition – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

The root-cause of Creation (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Mind is like a hydra-headed serpent (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Godman (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Light and Sound – the way back to God (excerpt – library – Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Inner planes: without a Godman one is lost (Library: exhibition in Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

Right understanding 2 – by Sant Kirpal Singh


 

Dear blogging friends,
 
This is the second part of short videos: “Right understanding” by Sant Kirpal Singh
Enjoy, dear brothers and sisters
Didi
 

 
 

Let God live in our attention


 

 

Wherever we go
Let’s take Him with us

He lives in our heart
Knows our thoughts

There is no way
To hide from Him

Our knowledge should be a reminder
He is always with us

Our love for Him will grow
As we become aware of our sins

Cheating us, cheating Him
It will not work

We run against self-built walls
Reap what we sow

Forget Him in turning our face
To this and that

So let us enter Him
Into our attention

And become One with Him…

DidiArtis, 05.12.2019

 

Oneness in All – a short documentary of Kirpal Sagar


 
 

 
 

Wisdom lost in knowledge


 

 
 

Rituals and Rites (excerpts from the Library of Kirpal Sagar)


 
 

 
 

True religion is universal love and remembrance of God


 

 
 

Story: – Guru Nanak – Told by Dr. Harbhajan Singh


 

 

When Guru Nanak went to Multan, a city which was full of Saints, many, many Saints there, so-called Saints. Guru Nanak went there. Others also went there, but Guru Nanak went for a special purpose. His purpose was to realise them the very truth for what purpose they were coming. So when Guru Nanak went there, they offered one cup full of milk up to the brim. Guru Nanak didn’t take it, He put the flower on it and sent it back. It meant like this: “I have come over here, but will live here like a flower – I will not disturb, I will give the smell – my purpose is different.” …

 

 

The competency between the Sant and Param Sant differs – Sant Kirpal Singh


 

Yogis leave the world, Rishis, Munis leave and the Sant who is sent by God leaves the world, but the Param Sant (God Himself) never leaves… …with Him we must come in contact.