Remembering Master Kirpal Singh (1894–1974) on His Birthday Today

Remembering Master Kirpal Singh (1894–1974) on His Birthday Today

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Kirpal Singh would often quote this particular saying of Jesus: “If you love Me, you will keep My commandments.” (John 14:15) Rather than the ritual of dates on the calendar, what’s most important is to honor his legacy by studying his teachings. Here are links to various books and other documents of Sant Kirpal Singh available freely online:

Kirpal Singh Books @ the Sant Mat e-Library:
https://medium.com/sant-mat-radhasoami-books/kirpal-singh-books-c2c6a6061daa

Kirpal Singh Booklets:
http://kirpalsingh.org/Booklets.html

Ruhani Satsang USA Books:
http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/books.htm

Ruhani Satsang INDIA Books:
http://ruhanisatsangindia.org/books.html

Kirpal Singh Books and Videos @ http://ajaib.com

Kirpal Singh Library @ MediaSeva:
http://www.drtmastering.com/mediaseva/books.htm

The Modern-day Example of Master Kirpal Singh

The spiritual Master from India, Sant Kirpal Singh, advised his students to follow a satsang template that included a long reading list of potential scriptures and sources of inspiration or Master-instruction: “For the subject of a talk, we may take up the hymns from any scripture, preferably from the Masters of the Sound Current. It may be supplemented by apt quotations from the parallel writings of other Master Saints. The Holy Gospels themselves are full of such material as may fit in with such a context. The illustrations from various Masters are essential so as to bring out the essential unity in the teachings of all the Saints.” (Instructions For Holding Satsang, by Sant Kirpal Singh)

“To fill the human heart with compassion, mercy and universal love, which should radiate to all countries, nations and peoples of the world. To make a true religion of the heart as the ruling factor in one’s life. To enable each one to love God, love all, serve all, and have respect for all, as God is immanent in all forms. My goal is that of oneness. I spread the message of oneness in life and living. This is the way to peace on earth. This is the mission of my life, and I pray that it may be fulfilled.” (Kirpal Singh)

Kirpal Singh was a prolific writer, publishing scores of books over the years, quoting from most every world scripture, mystic, poet, philosopher, and great Master that has ever existed spanning the centuries, very much embodying this same curiosity and inclusive universal spirituality we find present in the Nag Hammadi Library of Egypt. May the legacy of both always be remembered and honored for all time to come. — An Inclusive Rather Than Exclusive Spirituality: Kirpal Singh and the Lesson of Nag Hammadi: https://medium.com/sant-mat-meditation-and-spirituality/an-inclusive-rather-than-exclusive-spirituality-kirpal-singh-and-the-lesson-of-nag-hammadi-1ecc3e4ad33f

 

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