God, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh, Biji Surinder Kaur, Kirpal Sagar, Unity of Man, Spirituality, Love, Compassion, Peace, Non-Violence, Right Understanding, Consciousness, Togetherness, Religions, Mind, Maya, Poems, Aphorism, Digital Art
At night in silence you came
Touching my soul
In all colours, vibrations
Music all over me, in me
Like a shower of divine sparkles
I see the high mountains
With purple light on top
And blue eternity above
Gigantic thunderous waves roll
Within the change of tides
Washing golden life ashore
To the coast of coming and going
From deep gulches a sound vibrates
Arises to unite the light
Merging depths and heights
That every cell begins to dance, to sing
The song of Oneness, Unity
O God, O God, how beautiful these spheres
Of endless happiness on gentle wings
In symphony of sound and light
Your ocean full of life
Belonging all to you.
Divine harmonic sounds – everywhere
Longing in my heart for You – the One
Surrounded with your light and sound
That dances in the night
To carry me to You
To see just You You You You You You You…
When the outer voice breaks down
And no-one can hear your thoughts
Then listen to your heart
Voice of a nightingale
Sound current of love
Born in your heart
Arising from inner silence
Melody of your soul
God was One – when He wished to be many, there was vibration, and this vibration resulted in two aspects: Light and Sound.
These two principles proceed from the Absolute Lord and are the way back to Him, the path that Masters have taught through practical and scientific experience. You will find symbols of Light and Sound in most of the religious places, and they represent the true Light and Sound of God which already exist within the man-body.
The inner Sound principle is All-Conscious and too subtle for the ears, the tongue, and the pen. It is an unwritten law and an unspoken language. It is self-existing, self-sustaining and self-supporting and yet is the very life of all that exists both in the animate and inanimate creation. But it can be realized in the deepest depth of the soul, for the two are the same essence, the soul being but a drop of the Ocean of All-consciousness.
God is described as the one supreme being, the unmanifest-manifested, the eternal verity, the conscious spirit pervading all forms that emanate from Him – He upholding all creation, but is immanent in every form.
God is nameless, absolute, but when He wished to become from one to many, His power came into expression. That power is known as Naam in the terms of the Masters. It is also known as Shabd, as Kalma, as Word, and other names. That power is the creator of all things, it is controlling all things.
God is an ocean of all consciousness. We are of the same essence as that of God: a drop of the ocean of all consciousness.