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Kabir Sahib was born in Lahr Talao near Benares in 1398 AD and left his body in 1518. A weaver by trade, he lived and worked in Kashi. He is still known throughout the world as one of India's greatest mystical poets; but He was actually much more than that. It was Kabir who prepared the teaching of Para Vidya, which had existed since inconceivable times, for our time today; thus He is (together with Guru Nanak) the founder of Sant Mat in its present form. The first German version of Kabir's Anurag Sagar with detailed illustrations is a specialty; in no other scripture is the story of creation as it really happened in such detail. Kabir also describes how He came to earth on behalf of and as the embodiment of Sat Purush in all four ages under different names in order to spread the truth, to connect souls with Naam and to establish the lines of the Gurumukh Gurus through which the constant presence of truth on earth was guaranteed.

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UoM - Anurag Sagar by Kabir - Ocean of Love

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Kabir Sahib was born in Lahr Talao near Benares in 1398 AD and left his body in 1518. A weaver by trade, he lived and worked in Kashi. He is still known throughout the world as one of India's greatest mystical poets; but He was actually much more than that. It was Kabir who prepared the teaching of Para Vidya, which had existed since inconceivable times, for our time today; thus He is (together with Guru Nanak) the founder of Sant Mat in its present form. The first German version of Kabir's Anurag Sagar with detailed illustrations is a specialty; in no other scripture is the story of creation as it really happened in such detail. Kabir also describes how He came to earth on behalf of and as the embodiment of Sat Purush in all four ages under different names in order to spread the truth, to connect souls with Naam and to establish the lines of the Gurumukh Gurus through which the constant presence of truth on earth was guaranteed.

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The Anurag Sagar
The Anurag Sagar
Kabir
(The Eternal Traveler)
A translation from English
From Bhai Jamal
The Anurag Sagar
Kabir
(The Eternal Traveler)
A translation from English
From Bhai Jamal
First internet edition 2008
First printed edition 2014
Translation / Editing: Bhai Jamal
Editor: Kirpal Singh Sangat Leipzig
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Foreword ................................................. .................................................. .. 13
Basic explanations ................................................ .............. 25
Important explanation of the inner tones .................................... 28
I am the Knower (Gyan) of the True Home ......................... 34
Preface A salute and note ............................................. ........... 37
The Anurag Sagar German version ............................................. 43
The protagonists and characters of the story ............................... 45
Mentioned in the illustrations and other texts,
Persons closely related to Sant Mat ............................................. 50
More in illustrations and other texts
mentioned persons ................................................ ........................... 54
I. Introduction ............................................... ................................................. 59
Introduction to the Anurag Sagar .............................................. ................ 61
Prologue ................................................. .................................................. ... 63
Knowledge of the world ............................................... ............................... 64
Beginning of the Anurag Sagar .............................................. ........................ 67
Hymn on God's grace .............................................. ................. 69
Guru Dev ................................................ .......................................... 72
The signs of a lover .............................................. ......... 78
Death in life ............................................... ..................................... 91
Mastering the senses .............................................. ........ 102
Paradigm of the Anul Bird .............................................. ......... 108
II. The history of creation ............................................ .......... 121
1. At the beginning .............................................. ......................................... 123
2. The devotion of Niranjan ............................................ ................. 135
How Niranjan Dharam Rai got what he needed
to develop his universe ............................................. .... 140
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The stubbornness of Niranjan, Kal's The Damnation
by Sat Purush ............................................... ............................. 151
3. The creation of the lower worlds ........................................... 161
Adhya asks her three sons to create the universe ... 175
Brahma's search for his father Niranjan ............................... 184
Brahma's return to his mother with Gayatri and Savitri and
all of them condemnation ............................................... ................... 192
How Vishnu turned black ............................................ 200
4. The four ways of life ........................................... ................... 213
The recognition of souls from the four species
of creation ................................................ ................................. 220
The recognition of the soul, which comes from the human
Body comes into the human body ................................. 229
5. Kal catches the Jivas ............................................ ................................ 245
III. The coming of Gyan, the third Shabda ........................ 267
1. Before the embodiments ............................................. ................... 269
On behalf of Sat Purush, Gyani later comes Kabir,
to awaken souls; on the way he meets Niranjan .......... 270
Dharam Rai tries to betray Gyani and Kabir later
comes to a part of the hidden knowledge .............................. 283
2. In Sat Yuga the embodiment as Sat Sukrit ........................... 293
The description of King Dhondhal .......................................... 293
The description of Khemsari .............................................. ....... 293
3. In the Treta Yuga the embodiment as a Maninder ....................... 306
The description of Vichitra Bhat in Lanka .............................. 308
The description of Mandodari .............................................. ..... 309
The description of Madhukar .............................................. ...... 318
4. In the Dwapar Yuga The embodiment as Karunamai ............... 323
The story of Queen Indra Mati ........................................ 328
Like Indra Mati, after reaching Sach Khand, Karunamai
and Sat Purush finds the same design ...................... 354
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The salvation of King Chandra Vijay, Indra Mati's husband,
at your request ............................................... ......................... 356
The description of Supach Sudarshan ........................................ 363
5. In the Kali Yuga The embodiment as Kabir (1398 1518) ......... 371
The establishment of the Jagannath Temple .......................................... 386
The description of the establishment of four gurus ........................... 393
The story of Dharam Das previous births ..... 396
The description of the execution of Arti ................................... 420
Description of the twelve paths created by Kal ...................... 436
Dharam Das Sahib has the Darshan of the quintessential .................... 518
The embodiment of Chudamani .............................................. .. 522
The establishment of the kingdom of
forty-two incarnations ............................................ ..... 526
IV. The story of the future ............................................ ............... 535
The beginning of the story .............................................. .................. 537
Niranjan's instructions to his messengers .......................................... 539
The characteristics of the four messengers ............................................. ............... 543
The ways to stay safe from these messengers ............................ 573
Lecture about the future .............................................. ...................... 576
Praise to the embodiment of Nad ................................ 586
The indispensability of the guru .............................................. ........ 590
The ways of life of the guru and the student ............................... 614
V. Readiness and information ............................................. .................. 619
Readiness and information ............................................... .................. 621
Knowledge of the lotus body ............................................. ....... 624
The sense of sin .............................................. ........... 636
The character of Niranjan .............................................. ................ 640
The signs of the path that gives liberation .............................. 648
The way of the path ............................................ ............... 651
The renunciation ................................................ .................................. 653
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The characteristics of the father of the family .............................................. ... 662
The importance of arti .............................................. ...................... 665
The consequences of negligence .............................................. 669
Precautionary measure ................................................. ........................... 672
Description of Parmarth ............................................... ............... 676
The end ................................................ .............................................. 680
The closing words of the Anurag Sagar ............................................. .... 681
VI. Epilogue ................................................. ............................................ 683
Your seat ................................................ ................................................ 685
Positive force Negative force .............................................. ............. 688
Hymn on God's abode .............................................. ............ 693
Conclusion What about after death? ............................................ 696
In conclusion ................................................ ..................................... 739
The lost souls, calling out in detail ................................... 740
The shame for the way of the saints ........................................... 743
The report after the great change ............................................ 747
Annex I ................................................ ............................................... 756
Serve one another in love .............................................. ...................... 767
The spirit of religion .............................................. .......................... 768
Annex II ................................................ ............................................ .. 769
To all True Seekers .............................................. ..................... 780
References ................................................. ..................................... 785
Notes on the translations of the quotations
and the references .............................................. ................ 787
Examples of previous and new translations .............................. 789
References ................................................. .................................... 799
Collected works of Kirpal Singh .............................................. ...... 801
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Dedicated
to Almighty God,
working through all Masters Who have come
and Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj,
through Whose immeasurable blessings,
His humble servant unfounded,
early in the morning
the Holy Naam received the word.
My master taught me one thing, He is that
Lord of all creation. His hand lies
on my unworthy head. There is never-
everyone besides him! I call Kabir, Nanak and
Par Brahm as a testimony. Kirpal is the king of
Kings, the emperor of all worlds, the almighty
Self! That's how I saw it, that's how I proclaim it and
so it will be at all times!
Bhai Jamal
Appreciation
All the helpers who work tirelessly
contributed to shaping this text
and make it possible through selfless service
have this work now for all people
to make it accessible is sincerely
thanks!
Bhai Jamal
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To the interested reader

The Anurag Sagar in its present form is a blessing. He is
a clue about the scenario, it clarifies the picture, no more and no
Less. He is neither the path nor the solution.
Whoever proclaims that Kabir is the path leads himself and others
astray.
Kirpal Singh said:
Sat Purush is the Supreme Revelation of the Absolute.
Whoever has the knowledge of this Anurag Sagar for his own ends
misused, becomes the prey of the four messengers of Kal.
Remember that only connection with Shabd and practice
of True Surat Shabd Yoga with the support of the Satguru fr
the Jiva the great illusion and the drama of creation into one
Brings to an end.
In this Kali Yuga the Jivas have little knowledge. Instead of humble
to receive the knowledge from the Satguru they regretfully open
others after.
Please get your dignity back!
The Publisher
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Foreword

Hazur Sawan Singh


The Supreme Creator and the Individual Spirit
are involved in creation through the Sound Current
connected to each other. But Kal, also a creation
of the Supreme Being, separates the individual from
the current by being in between as minds and forms
step.
Hence the individual feels separate; but
not so the creator. There are three minds, and accordingly this one
three minds there are three kinds of shapes.
In Trikuti, Nijman covers the innermost mind or Brahm covers that
universal mind the mind. The shapes here are made up of very
pure Maya, so much so that a majority of the seekers thought of it
failed to see the mind here as separate from maya or the mind
and therefore saw Brahm as all pervasive.
Further down in Sahasdal Kanwal, the forms of Trikuti receive a
further covering of shape and shape, both coarser than
the above; the astral form is here given by Andi Man the astral
Mind controlled.
There are hells and skies and numerous others in this zone
Lokas, regions. The inclinations of the mind are inwardly directed
and are uplifting. This mind behaves like a wise enemy
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eager to keep us here. Further down in Pind, get the
astral form another covering of coarse material,
that we are all familiar with.
The mind that rules this form becomes Pindi Man physical
Called Gemt. Its inclinations are outward and
spreading and it is the most difficult to control.
Now a body moved by mind and spirit cannot
other than doing karma and the karmic law of how
you see, you will continue to reap, and the accounting
tion gets complicated over time. The more one does, the more
The entanglement is greater, like a bird in the mesh
a network.
Kal laid the pitfalls of forms and minds so cleverly,
that it is almost impossible for them to work in these minds
and bodies to escape. No matter how good and divine we are
it may not take us out of these regions.
Lord Krishna says:
Good actions are just as binding as bad hand-
lungs; Good deeds can be done with shackles made of gold and
bad actions are compared with those made of iron
den, and both keep us equally bound.
The escape is through the Sound Current, which this one
The underlying substrate is natural.
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Only when attention grabs the stream and follows it,
the mind becomes dormant and idle. At all other times, though
attention is not focused on the current, that wins
Get the upper hand. over the long and indefinite time
since the spirit separated from its ocean and itself with the
Connected minds and bodies, was not just the passage
blocked up but the mind became so confused, entangled
and decided that he has lost all his memories of his homeland
has and is content to live a miserable life in this miserable
material world.
Well, there are two angles to this creation: from the point of view
of the creator and from our point of view or in other words,
from the top and from the bottom. From above it looks like
whether the Creator is all in all. He is the only doer and that
Individual seems like a doll, from the thread puller to the right and
moved to the left. There seems to be no free will in the individual
and thus not to give responsibility on his head.
It's his game. There is no why and why. All the saints
if you look from above, describe the creation as his
Manifestation. You see him working everywhere. Well, the thing from below
contemplating, or from the standpoint of the individual
us diversity as opposed to unity.
Everyone seems to work with a will, and is controlled by others
influences and influences others with whom he comes in contact.
The individual is the doer, and is therefore responsible for his or her hand-
lungs and their consequences. All actions
are recorded in his mind and memory
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and cause likes and dislikes, which
speaking of his actions at an earlier train in the course of the
Transmigration of souls down in the material, astral or mental
Keep spheres anchored.
The individual in these regions cannot help but hand
lungs to commit, and when it has done this, it can be yours
Influence not escape. The individual is the doer, and
therefore it bears the consequences of its actions.
As stated above, the observations differ because of one another
of the difference in point of view. Both are correct. That in rough
material form clad individual sees only the outer material
rial forms. His gaze goes no deeper than this. If it is
the same individual will rise from Sahasdal Kanwal
see that the mind sets all forms in motion. The shape will
only be secondary, the mind will be the moving force that
stands behind everything. The same individual becomes from Daswan Dwar
see that the mind current is working everywhere and it will see how
the mind receives power from the spirit.
From Sach Khand's point of view, the whole of creation looks like bubbles, the
form and disappear in a Spiritual Ocean.
An individual is endowed with mind and accomplishes each
Act consciously. It is therefore up to him to find an escape route from this
To find entanglement. In order to uplift his mind, he must against
fight the mind; because he lives through struggle. And where one
Will is, there is also a way.
He cannot say that it is not part of his duty.
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Illustrations
Sound Current: Shabd, Naam or the word that manifests as light and sound.
Negative Force: The downward projecting force. (See the illustration
Kal on page 86 f. And the interview Positive Kraf Negative Kraf on
Page 688 f.)
Gemt: Corresponds in its usage to the English expression Mind. The
Gemt essentially consists of the mind, the emotions, the
consciousness and the ego, what is commonly referred to as the personality
denotes in contrast to the soul, which is free from all these attributes.
See also the section Gemt in the chapter Basic explanations
on page 26 f.

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Now the karmas are divided into three groups:
1. Kriyaman or new acts;
2. Pralabdh or Fate;
3. and Sanchit or stock.
Take the case of a farmer:
He prepares his land for sowing; he has the choice to sen
whatever he likes. Suppose he chooses for
Wheat and st him. The grain ripens and he harvests
it. He keeps some of it for his consumption
of the coming year, and he brings the surplus
into the warehouse. For the next year he will live on wheat
have to, because he has nothing else with him.
Now if he wants something else, let's say corn,
can he have it in the next season. Accepted
he now steals corn and harvests the grain at the end of the day
Year. As with his wheat harvest, he keeps some of it
for its consumption and brings the excess in to be
Warehouse. Year after year he lives from the harvest of the previous year
and increases his supply in camp to meet him at times
to use for scarcity or need.
You will see that he lives and hopes to live by what he
self and reap. Likewise, whatever we're in will be
this life do fate for our next life; and something
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of it is kept in reserve by Kal so that it may be given to us,
if by some chance the probability is natural
practically zero our karma is running out. Without karma
Kal cannot hold a ghost down in a body, and without it
no karma can be done to a body.
Kal is free to add something from the supply to Fate
or to deduct something from fate for the supply. Like the farmer
who is preparing his country for the coming season, and by the
Last season's crops are alive, with a confidence that is on his
Stock based, we act according to our destiny in which we
to have no choice. But we have a choice, for our future
Probably to work all over again as we please. And we have one
surplus, which is our supply from past lives, over
which we have no knowledge.
We therefore currently have a twofold function:
a) We are helpless with regard to fate; but
b) With new actions we have the free choice of what we are for
the future want.
The mind alone can distinguish between these two types.
divorce is not easy for the individual; but a rough rule
may be set up: that which despite our efforts and
happens spontaneously is due to fate. But those whose
attention is focused and who have access to the inside,
can easily read their fate. It is an open book for you.
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Now the actions in the physical body are carried out by the heart
center off committed. As long as the mind is collected here at
ordinary individuals, the heart is the center of the mind
activity, it will be influenced by the mental activities.
The sensations of joy and sorrow are perceived
men, as the body is formed from the mind from this center
is moved.
When the mind increases through concentration to the focus of the eye
has been practiced, or in other words, when the mind is seated
or has changed its center from the heart to the eyes, then
are the feelings evoked by external influences that affect
affect the physical body, imperceptibly be perceived.
The joys of the world will not uplift him, and their sorrows
will not oppress him. The acts of fate are in the
eightfold lotus stored in anda above the eyes. Your influence
is forcibly felt as long as this center does not exceed
has been. When this center is crossed and des
Master's astral form is seen because this form lives there,
is the influence of fateful acts true in name
be taken. The mind has then become strong and it has
the strength to endure it without exertion.
But fate cannot be erased or changed; it
will have to be endured. An arrow must go after having the bow
has left, find his target. The store acts are
stored at the highest point of Trikuti; and only if a ghost
has exceeded the third Gemt or Trikuti, it is said of him,
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that he is free from all karma. Below that, the mind suffers
under the evils of karma.
All actions are carried out with a motive and this one
Motive is binding. It is not easy to come up with an act-
think that is running without a motive. The mind is aware
or subconsciously active, and it's ridiculous of karma without one
Talking counter-karma. There is no escape from the opposite
Karma. By performing actions, however good,
there is no escape. Charity, sacrifice or pilgrimages
must pay off, and the soul that does these things must
receive the reward in one body or another.
People are born again and reincarnate with one
Life span, which is caused by the karmic reactions of our
predestined past life is no more, no less.
Christ said:
Your days are numbered.
The length of life depends on the breaths we take.
Appropriate use and abuse of this can affect our lives
lengthen or shorten in this world. Usually inhales
Human 14 or 15 times in a minute, but passionately
You breathe moments in life 24 to 26 times in a minute.
This way the allotted breaths will be shorter
Period exhausted However, if one has more moderate habitual
and you dedicate time to spiritual practice
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Number of breaths back to four to six per minute. To this
Life is prolonged wisely. Yogis control the breath through
Kumbhak for months and sometimes for years, thereby prolonging them
their lives by hundreds of years.
The escape from karma lies in the protection given by the saints
grant. You yourself are karmaless. Your actions are for you
not binding, for your mind works from Daswan Dwar, one
Center over the three spheres of mind and form, as above
set out. They show us the way out.
They say:
Perform new acts in the name of the Master who
The individual acts only in his capacity as a commissioner.
The new actions carried out in this spirit are not carried out
be binding. The acts of fate are carried out at the time
at which life comes to an end, to have been endured; the
The saints take on store actions in part, and in part
They will part of the devotee endure, as the saints
consider appropriate.
They bring the individual mind into contact with the Sound Current,
the substrate; and when the Spirit takes hold of Him and ascends and those
Throwing off influences of mind and matter, it becomes stronger and stronger.
The more the individual works in this way, the easier it is
the path for him. On the other hand, the course becomes lengthy; but the
Saints are bound to bring him through after you have him
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have initiated. The practice of the Sound Current cuts the root of the
Karmas off.
The current acts like a magnet on the mind. He draws the mind
in itself, and if the mind is not from the rust of the mind and the
If matter were covered, it rose like a missile. The rust of the
Attachments and impressions are removed through repetition. The
Repetition of thoughts about the journey within replaces ours
everyday thoughts; and the mind begins instead of outside
wandering to find peace and quiet within; and if
it comes inside, the spirit comes with it; and when the mind
Is inside, the current in turn pulls him up, and when Trikuti
has been exceeded, which will only happen if everyone
mixed accounts are settled, the soul never leaves
back to the transmigration of souls.
She will rise to be absorbed in her ocean.

[...] This Master of the Eternal Realm keeps His doors open to the
all the time and shout out loud:
Bring it into present experience, the Great Principle That
Withdraw from death. I'm waiting impatiently for you
that you come up to me. I am closer to you than that
Next. For those of you who have been initiated by me
it is a sacrilege and a mark of shame in both
of love and devotion when your to any
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looks up to others as a guru or master-guide.
However, you may benefit from the community
awakened personality who visits me every day. He
will not mislead you, but on the contrary, you with
unite me, cast my love and the divine for you
Connection that binds you to me and draws you to me
strengthen. In addition, being Guru Bhai
He will be helpful to serve you.
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Preface: The text is a letter from Hazur Sawan Singh on the basic
Structure of creation.
Source of foreword: Sat Sandesh / April 1975, English language edition. The
Text is a translation from the English original.
Source of the text These Masters of the Eternal Realm: A Brief Life
sketch by Hazur Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj With a short description
Of His Teachings, Chapter: Hazur Sawan Singh left us to always be with us
sein (E 4, 1973), by Kirpal Singh, 1894 1974.
Illustration:
Guru Bhai: A Spiritual Brother initiated by the same Master.
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master
guru
The English word master refers to the one master soul
Master-Soul or Main-Soul, from Whom all souls descend;
just as all copies are made from a master tape. These
a soul That is actually the only soul is the Sat Purush.
Therefore there is only one Master who, however,
different embodied living poles can be revealed.
The Masters and Saints are always aware of this fact
and therefore it is important that the students focus on the
real master, who reveals himself as light and sound,
men. Regardless of this, one should of course respect the
Pole in which the master reveals himself: If you love me, so
keep my commandments.
The term guru, when correctly used, is a designation
for the master. According to an old script, it means
Syllable Gu darkness and Ru light. So a guru is someone who
Can lead souls from darkness into light.
Kirpal Singh writes about this:
Shabd, the word the primal Sound Current is the one
umpteen Guru for the whole world, and Surat the individual
Consciousness is the only student, since the latter without the
The former cannot be. Indeed, the principle of
Unity, for God is one, although He is multifaceted
Way has revealed.
But when we look the other way and face the world
in their cases turning to various forms, we see one
To shine the guiding star, who in His majesty the light of
Heaven reflects.
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Such a pure soul the Word made flesh or the God-
man, entrusted to the seekers, Spiritual Instructions
giving is as much a guru as Shabd Himself, for Himself
is a living embodiment of Shabd and with Shabd as
He distributes trading capital to whomever He wants free of charge.
Gottmensch (E 1, 1967)
IV. Guru: One or many,
by Kirpal Singh, 1894 1974
(Compare the illustration Guru Guru Dev Satguru
on page 70 f.)
The use of the term corresponds to the English one
Expression min.
The mind has four aspects or properties; namely

1) Chit it can be compared to a lake in the
imperceptibly all the time over countless streams of intrusion
pour in.
2) Manas the thinking faculty of the mind that has such
Reflects on impressions that are on the surface of the lake
rise in the form of waves and ripples, just like
the breeze of consciousness over the waters of the Lake of Chit
and one after the other an endless chain of thoughts blows in
Movement sets.
3) Buddhi or intellect the ability of the mind, the
Inferring, distinguishing and ultimately deciding
divorce after the Fr and
Against was considered. It's the great referee who does the
Problems of life that come to him seeks to solve.
Gemt
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The living one
master
4) Ahankar or ego it is the self-asserting ability
ability of the mind, for it loves, for all deeds done
to be recognized and thus create a rich harvest
of karmas, one on the mighty wheel of life
Keep moving up and down again.
Spiritual Elixir (E 1, 1967)
Part I: XII. The mind
by Kirpal Singh, 1894 1974
This term denotes the Christ or Master Power,
That manifests in the Human Pole.
(See the lecture The True Way of Life / What is
True Living held by Kirpal Singh on December 11, 1963
in California.)
Such a human pole does not necessarily have to be on the outside
hold the role of a master. Master-Power can too
be disclosed to different degrees, depending on whether the
Concerned for example is a Sadh, Sant or Param Sant. today
live, for example, students of Kirpal Singhs who either have Param
Sants, Sants or Sadhs are.
Basic explanations
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Important explanation of the inner tones

This book often speaks of Shabd or the Sound Current. To the
better understanding of the effects and meaning of inner tones
a few explanatory words are appropriate.
Sawan Singh stated:
The Sound Current Naam or the Word, Shabd [as He
is described in this script; Note d. Ed.] Occurs
basically enters the human body from above,
never otherwise.
However, He is first from the majority of the people than from the right
Noticeable coming, because people are used to hearing. In
a later stage when some spiritual progress
was achieved, He will then be perceived again as coming from above-
taken.
Some people are allowed to set the tone out of a good fate
listen from the right. This tone is often intensified, especially at night
tangible. Unfortunately, they usually don't know what to do with this
Perception of the soul, and may even believe
to be ill.
Kirpal said roughly:
Some hear something and go to it out of ignorance
Ear doctor.
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When these people focus on the tone coming from the right
really involved, they would soon find that He
becomes louder and clearer and has an uplifting effect. Nothing-
nevertheless, these people also need people as they advance
ultimately want Holy Initiation, because without it there is none
Inner progress possible. Only through initiation can one get away from
continue from the point you had reached in your last life-
stride.
But there are also tones that come from the left. These are always
negative.
Especially people who use drugs are in psychiatry
find or pursue criminal tendencies, often report that
they not only perceive the left tone, but consciously hear it
hear him. Also yoga practitioners as well as people who are religious
or practicing occult rituals and practices intensively know of this
to report.
Tones that come from the left, if you listen to them, amplify them
lower tendencies in man. Sawan Singh reports that in
the moment a person opens up, consciously on the sound stream
to hear that is perceptible from the right or from above, the one
ends automatically in the mind.
A more detailed account of this important topic can be given
in the following text.
Important explanation of the inner tones
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The different tones

There are many tones that exist in the different regions of creation


resound and resound, and, for simplicity, in two categories-
categories can be divided into:
1. Tones coming from the left side. These are negative and
material tones and they depend on the respective rooted
the germination of the inner tendencies together. The devoted
is attracted to these tones for better or for worse. If
of one of those seductive tones, the one from the left
come, be charmed, you find yourself in the deepest depths
thrown into a bottomless abyss of passion, which the
specific tone is assigned, because such tones have a trait
outwards and downwards. Through such a predicament becomes
years of work are fruitless, and circumstances are against that
Pilgrim soul. These are therefore to be carefully avoided because
they lead one away from the Spiritual Path.
2. There are also tones that come from the right side. these are
Tones from the spiritual planes and as such you are more positive
Nature and purely spiritual, with a characteristic trait
Inside and above.
These two kinds of tones are so very similar and alike
each other so much that you can hardly distinguish between them
can.
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Maulana Rumi therefore admonishes us to differentiate the right
appropriate kind of tone to exercise care. He says:
There are tones of a lower nature which the higher tones
are very similar; but they have a downward pull
and drive you to ruin.
The individual notes that have a pull up are five on
of number, as the various saints have stated, and you