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August 27, 2020

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I am reminded of the three basic stages of meditation, the three rungs of the ladder.

First, to simply engage in Simran and Dyan, hearing the words and seeing Him, or hearing the words and just sitting in His presence in the dark.

Next, to become the words, merge with them, put my entire consciousness within them, speaking my whole situation to Him in each word of Simran, engaging Him directly in that dialogue. Simran, and His response, love and peace. And merging with Him to become that love and peace, opening the orchestra that is Him.

Finally, to merge in the resounding Shabd.

Let no day's meditation pass without working through each of these three.

When you can see that the entire world around you is actually constructed of the words of Simran, living and ringing with Shabd, then what these wordly constructions look like, how the blocks have been stacked up by time, chance and impressions, and reactions upon one another, hardly matters, but for the love they are actually made of. And you are that.

Beautiful to hear that and so without transgressing Brians rules
Now I see why I need a whole fresh birth to feel fine again =. :-)

7. 77

Beautiful to hear that and so without transgressing Brians rules
Now I see why I need a whole fresh birth to feel fine again =. :-)

7. 77

Posted by: 77 | October 18, 2020 at 09:46 AM

Funny, I’ve always know that I’d get reincarnated into another life—2040 born in France. :) Not that I really want another life but it’s my destiny. It looked like a nice home with a loving family. I’ve seen it—the vision was as real as my waking state is right now. I guess that means I’ll die before I’m 68.

I had the vision between the time I applied for initiation and actually got initiated. I had this angel or whatever grab my arm and pull me through time to the year 2040 (swear to God). It was so bizarre but like I said it was as really as I am typing this comment right now.

Don't tell the atheists they won't believe you

Karma can’t exist without free will and free will isn’t free.


I believe You but dates might vary
It ws BEFORE initiation
These fantastic revelations can only be believed if one had some themselves
like serendipities that atheists have maxi one time per life; mostly "to late";
but what is to late!

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What would an All Powerful Being, (God)
BEYOND TIME , Self Existing, Almighty
possessing everything , . . still need?
LOVE is the answer, one can never have enough of that.
So S/HE does anything imaginable & un-imaginable
and each resulting quantum or being will transform in LOVE
Via Karma(s) it may take long ( many many Big Bangs) or flashed ( in a nanosecond)
the result is fantastic
You ( Reader here ) are HIM / HER
 
Even if one Soul per Galaxy succeeds p. year , this is a Giant Stream
and thatt' only for this little universe
of Love
Please ask the AI_20/500QUBIT IBM Quantum Computer - It will confirm.
Even a stone will transform in Love
There is just no other place to go!
Great concept
777

Neptune
It 's only a misunderstanding about who u are

Seeing each nanosecond that U are God
softens largely the eventual " hardships "
and enlarges exponentially the sweetnesses

Writing this even without mentioning the giant Anahabad Shabd

777

777,

Can’t remember if I already shared this with you:
https://youtu.be/C6hq5cziIHc

Time isn’t constant. So, nothing is set in stone. Might be a high probability for me but nothing is certain. There’s always that pebble that gets thrown and creates a giant ripple through time-space. We’ll see. Otherwise, look me up in 2040 :)

The relativity of time—
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/einsteins-theory-is-proved-and-it-is-bad-news-if-you-own-a-penthouse-2088195.html

The relativity of time should be a big wake up for Karmists. 😯

Shahid Kapoor and his wife keep asking questions that make it sound like there's a lot of trouble in paradise. They do realize everyone knows their voices, right?

Sonia said : Otherwise, look me up in 2040 :)

That would be so nice

Like physical laws, yes time is dynamic, never the same
Time indeed is a Jeeva , exercising this task
Nothing exists what is not HER/HIM

Take care in between but HE will do that

777. 🍀 🍀.🍀 🍀.🍀 🍀

I really hate overachievers, but this is a very cool video. Highly recommend this for anyone and everyone.

"Time is elastic"

https://www.kaltura.com/index.php/extwidget/preview/partner_id/1934481/uiconf_id/45150521/entry_id/0_nm5kbgxu/embed/thumb?

(its' a Kaltura/Ted Talk/Youtube thing and this is the only link I have)

Here’s a better link: https://youtu.be/n3kNlFMXslo
Time management... time is elastic...

Has anyone read this book?

The Mystery of Dr. Johnson's Death: A Spiritual Scandal in the Punjab
Book by David C. Lane
published 2017

It’s available on audible. I’m going to order it...

"In the midst of hate, I found there was, within me, an invincible love.

In the midst of tears, I found there was, within me, an invincible smile.

In the midst of chaos, I found there was, within me, an invincible calm.

I realized, through it all, that…

In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.

And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back."

~Albert Camus

@Spence

Lovely quote :)

Just finished listening to David Lane’s book about the mystery of Julian Johnson’s death. Good Lord, David put a ton of research, facts and details into the book which basically concludes Johnson died from a concussion after a scuffle with a few people at the Dera. Somebody hit Dr. Johnson in the head after an argument. Then Johnson fell and his head hit the pavement. He died a couple of hours later. So, it was an accident. Mystery solved. Some of the details about the Dera, different RS masters and life in India during those times is interesting. But certainly doesn’t sound like it was murder at all—just handled chaotically which led to a hundred different versions of the story. And I don’t think anyone could or would have covered it more thoroughly than Lane.

Like Ranbaxy—so many stories, so many versions. It was messed up like many generic drug companies in India at the time. But Malvinder was running it the same way that his father had. The mistake was selling Ranbaxy because it had too much wrong with it that needed to be cleaned up before selling. Or at least, they should have given full disclosure to DS. But no one knows who’s idea it was to sell. Who was pushing for it... probably the Board but who ran the Board is anyone’s guess. Whoever they were, they had a lot to profit from the sale... short term. Long term it turned into a litigious hell for everyone.

Sonia, Tara, the person who left so many informative comments that I put together into a RSSB insider blog post, says that it was Gurinder Singh Dhillon who was instrumental in selling Ranbaxy. Here's one of Tara's comments, along with a link to the blog post. You can do a search for "Ranbaxy" to see other mentions of that company in the blog post.

https://hinessight.blogs.com/church_of_the_churchless/2018/07/devastating-criticism-of-gurinder-singh-dhillon-by-a-rssb-insider.html
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Nietzsche. Great ! You've made the effort to backtrack into Gurinder's current financial status and what you've stated sums up the facts very well. I'm relieved that what I've been harping about on the COTC ( that makes me sound like a conspiracy theorist in the process ) has some validation from an independent fellow blogger... :)

My additional thoughts are : Gurinder ordered the Ranbaxy sell-out, and as a faith policy, Shivinder and Malvinder do not over-rule anything HE decides. The final " go ahead boys " was given by Gurinder. I know this because the celebratory cheers resounded with a boisterous " Baba-ji does not make any mistakes ! " that came from none other than Sunil Godhwani, Baba-ji's right-hand man.

Before the news hit the press, everyone knew that a chunk of that booty would be pumped into Religare. Of course, Ranbaxy's health was generously inflated, but the sell-out was the best possible move from a financial standpoint — considering that the Singh Brothers made quite a mess of the succession when they inherited the company, which subsequently reflected in the company's performance over the years.

There was a joke in the corporates circles here that Parminder Singh was in a big shock in heaven when he learnt that Gurinder had advised his sons to sell Ranbaxy. His reaction was : " What ? Who the f*** is he ? " ( LOL ) This entire Religare affair that Gurinder's having with the Singh Brothers is in direct conflict with his role as a Guru, whether he's teaching 1.0 or 3.0. His insatiable appetite for wealth is sick, specially when there is no charitable initiative for the poorer sections of the Sangat that make up for ninety-five percent of his following.

IMO, Gurinder wants them to remain hungry and foolish otherwise they will not be interested in the salvation promise, which is why I think that Sant Mat 3.0 will never be introduced to the langar. You are absolutely right about the Mc-Donald's style of operations at Fortis. Also, the services they provide are the Micky-D's equivalent of fries and nuggets. It is all about the money, with little regard for ethical practice and human life.

But, it is interesting to note that post Ranbaxy, none of the Singh Brothers' businesses have been particularly profitable. It is too early to call, but Fortis is struggling. And, going forward, the competition will intensify. Religare is hemorrhaging under the acumen-devoid leadership of Sunil Godhwani and is showing no signs of recovering. Religare continually gets mini bail-outs from the huge cash reserves that the Singh Brothers are currently sitting on, but the well could dry-up in less than a decade if their current run continues.

It is also possible that Gurinder could make some bad ( not-so-GIHF ) decisions. Our comments here are forming a valuable archive for those who will seek to find out more, specially after the radical shift in the Sant Mat teachings. I like the Japanese quote, it applies to all of us.

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