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Sant Kirpal Singh, – His life and mission
Sant Kirpal Singh Ji (1894 – 1974), a great Saint of the twentieth century was sent by God as the Saviour. He brought the message of hope for redemption and salvation to the receptive souls, taught them self-patience, love, and inner yearning. He taught the world over the virtues of forbearance, patience, forgiveness, and godliness with deep reverence and became the head-crown of kings and paupers, rich and poor, sinners and pious.
Teachings of Sant Kirpal Singh
This website contains basic information about the universal teaching of Sant Kirpal Singh.
It contains a collection of Sant Kirpal Singh’s precious books, lectures, and heart-to-heart talks and some videos which will be extended further on.
Audio – Sant Kirpal Singh
This website hosts audio/video-files of Sant Kirpal Singh.
Unity of Man
Unity of Man is a spiritual movement striving to awake the public opinion to an awareness of unity and promoting inter-religious understanding. It was initiated by Sant Kirpal Singh in 1974 and continued afterwards by Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife, Mrs. Biji Surinder Kaur. The movement is headquartered at Kirpal Sagar, India, a project for the service to man and spiritual development, and maintains a Centre for the West at St. Gilgen, Austria.
All good wishes to everyone
The problem is, that nowadays all people say: “Here is the seat of the soul, meditate over here!” – between and behind the two eye-brows. But it is a big problem that nobody really knows where the seat of the soul or the Single Eye is. What happens at the time of death? Our attention, the outer expression of the soul or consciousness, withdraws from the lower extremities, and transcending the throat ganglion, it goes to the root of the two eye-brows. From there it takes upward-trend, then it takes inward-trend, and where the eyes are crossing, there is the seat of the soul. To say, “Here is the seat of the soul” is easy, but to reach there and to locate it there is very difficult, because just very close to the seat of the soul, a little bit below, there is the seat of the mind and below there is the seat of the intellect.
What do most people do when they meditate? First, they have to overcome the intellect. Maybe they can overcome it, but they cannot overcome the mind. When we create a wish, our mind at once identifies with it. Mind in this physical body is astral.
Everyone has wishes upon wishes, and our mind identifies with them. So when we create a wish to see something, at once our mind identifies with it and will give us the light over there. Mind will show the light at once, whereas the experience taught by Christ and all the competent Masters starts from the darkness and then leads to the holy light.
Dr. Harbhajan Singh
A realized man is one who has already solved the mystery of this life. He can give you a demonstration about how to rise above body-consciousness and how to silence the senses, mind, and intellect. When these sensory powers are put to rest, the soul is able to rise up and with the grace of the Guru, she gets united with the Over-Soul. If you recognize yourselves, your entire angle will change as well as your attitude to life, you then will recognize who your lifelong comrade really is and who controls the machine of the body – the same power that controls the entire creation.
Sant Kirpal Singh Ji