On the photo: Sant Kirpal Singh Ji
Kabir (Hindi: कबीर, IAST: Kabīr was a 15th-century Indian mystic poet and Saint, whose writings influenced Hinduism’s Bhakti movement and his verses are found in Sikhism’s scripture Adi Granth. His early life was in a Muslim family, but he was strongly influenced by his teacher, the Hindu bhakti leader Ramananda. He is also called the Father of spirituality as He came in all four yugas
Kabir Sahib tells His own story when He says, “I came in all four ages – in Satyug (Golden Age) my name was Satsukrat, in Tretayug (Silver Age) my name was Karunamae. When I came in Dvarparyug (Copper Age) my name was Maninder, in Kalyug (Iron Age) my name is Kabir.” In all four Ages He told the people of Naam’s greatness.
Two very interesting spiritual books by Kabir I would like to recommend: The Anurag Sagar of Kabir and the Dialogues of Kabir – For those being more interlectual and interested in spirituality, these are just the right books…
In the photo: Sant Kirpal Singh Ji
Unity of Man / Sant Kirpal Singh:
Teachings of Sant Kirpal Singh:
More information about Unity of Man:
Books I recommend from Kabir:
“Anorak Sagar” and “Dialogues of Kabir“
This time I want to share with you a series of videos about the subject: mind.
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Who is interested in spirituality may have a look at these sites:
Thank you 🙂
Warm regards from my heart to all of you
I am very thankful to Amira, who has nominated me for the “3.2.1 Quote Me Challenge!”
Thank you very much, my friend 🙂
Please, have a look at her spiritual coloured and interesting blog. Amira is an open-minded, positive thinking person and shares beautiful topics on the level of the heart to her bloggers.
This quote challenge involves posting 2 quotes for a selected topic of the day, and then selecting 3 other bloggers to take part if they desire to do so. The topic of the day from Amira’s blog is “Hope“. Amira has shared profound quotes for this topic on her blog, which can be found here:
Rules: 3.2.1 Quote Me!
1. Thank the Selector
2. Post 2 quotes for the dedicated Topic of the Day.
3. Select 3 bloggers to take part in “3.2.1 Quote Me!”
Thanks again, dear Amira! 🙂
1. “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.” – by John Lennon.
2. “Do not go to the garden of flowers!
O Friend! Go not there;
In your body is the garden of flowers.
Take your seat on the thousand petals of the lotus,
and there gaze on the Infinite Beauty.” – by Kabir (Songs of Kabir – Translated by Tagore)
John Lennon expresses in his quote his “Dream of Oneness and Unity” in our world – this is just what lies in my heart. The hope that we all understand us as One and when we all belong together – should we still fight, should we still have not enough respect and trust to each other, threaten us, separate us from Oneness? We should learn to understand that we all sit in the same boat. If each of us takes care (responsibility) that no water will come into our boat, then we surely can take our trip peacefully on the ocean of life in harmony and respect with all nations and religions, with all human beings under one roof: Humanity!
As Kabir puts it: “The Beauty lies within” – and we all try to find our happiness outside which is like: The fish is in the ocean searching for the water…
As Amira has beautifully written it: “Keep your hope flame alive and pass on the torch of HOPE to others!”- to add something to it: “With the flame of one candle thousands and thousands can be lit.”
Wishing you all, dear bloggers, sunshine and peace in your heart