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Reiki Level I Class/Emotional Processing class April 13th is full

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Reiki Level I Class/Emotional Processing class April 13th is full. There are 6 spaces left for the Class on May 18th. This is where the class is held.
See you all on Sunday

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“Storyteller” Excerpt

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In India the reputation of the Grand Master Sant Kirpal Singh had grown enormously and in 1957 he was elected the first President of the “World Fellowship of Religions”, an organization recognized by UNESCO, composed of representatives from all the major religions of the world, a position that he held until 1971, after presiding over four World Conferences. In 1962 he was the first non-Christian to be vested with The Order of Saint John of Jerusalem (Knights of Malta), for his spiritual and humanitarian mission. On this occasion he received the congratulations of the Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and established a spiritual tie with him, that continued with the Prime Ministers Shastri and Indira Gandhi.

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Sant Thakar Singh distributed what he paraphrased from his own Master as, “a practical form of spirituality which is not connected to any particular religion, sect, or thought.” While he was born into Sikhism, and wore the traditional Sikh garb all his life, he gave up its traditional outer practices soon after initiation and devoted himself wholly to the inner, esoteric practice of listening to the Spiritual Sound Current, the Shabd, Naam, or Word manifestation of God as described in the world’s major scriptures. Continuing his Master’s emphasis on the unity of all religion, Sant Thakar Singh frequently referred to the Holy Bible when addressing Westerners, the Adi Granth, Ramayana and other Indian scriptures in India, and the Qur’an when addressing Muslim people. He gave thousands of talks in his 30 years as a Master, his message being one of transcendence of the material and devotion to God, the “unchangeable permanence behind all things”.

The documentation on Sant Thakar Singh’s life is mainly limited to the few details he communicated about himself during his talks and public appearances.

A biography composed of stories about the Master was collected by one of his Initiates in 1994, and it touches the central points from the perspective of the inner, spiritual aspirations. It has few points of contact with concrete people, places, or times. Sant Thakar Singh corrected and edited this work, however, and it was subsequently reprinted in 2000 and again in 2005, so the facts presented are probably authentic. There are also some biographical materials made available by the organization “Know Thyself As Soul”, International.

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“STORYTELLER” AN EXCERPT

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3.1 Meeting the master in the physical

I: So we left off when you went to India, directly to the Master on the same day.

P: Not on the same day. There was an initiation that one had to go through and ask for permission to see the Master. One had to be a Lacto Vegetarian for 6 months, no alcohol, no drugs which I already followed at the time and then one needed a written permission from the Guru to be allowed to come to India. I understand now why the screening process was so intense before he allowed people to come to the ashram. Let me give you a little history of my Guru.

Sant Thakar Singh (March 26, 1929 – March 6, 2005) was a spiritual teacher in the Sant Mat lineage of contemporary saints. Initiated by Sant Kirpal Singh in 1965, he began work as a Satguru himself in 1976, following the passing of his beloved Master. Sant Thakar Singh distributed what he paraphrased from his own Master as, “a practical form of spirituality which is not connected to any particular religion, sect, or thought.”

While he was born into Sikhism, and wore the traditional Sikh garb all his life, he gave up its traditional outer practices soon after initiation and devoted himself wholly to the inner, esoteric practice of listening to the Spiritual Sound Current, the Shabd, Naam, or Word manifestation of God as described in the world’s major scriptures. Continuing his Master’s emphasis on the unity of all religion, Sant Thakar Singh frequently referred to the Holy Bible when addressing Westerners, the Adi Granth, Ramayana and other Indian scriptures in India, and the Qur’an when addressing Muslim people. He gave thousands of talks in his 30 years as a Master, his message being one of transcendence of the material and devotion to God, the “unchangeable permanence behind all things”.

How long did you stay with your Guru?

P: “I stayed on the Path of the Masters for eleven years and meditated for many, many hours every day. There is a very good story about that which I will share at a later date!”

My Book “Storyteller”

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So excited about my book!!!

For many years, my friends have been urging me to write down some of the stories about my life. If I am really honest, I was kind of dreading it! There are so many magical moments that made up this thing I called “my life” and I knew that once I began writing some of these stories down, I would have to dive deep into my memories of the past. The intensity of some of these stories transported me back to magical/mystical places that I hope will awaken some curiosity in You, The Reader.

So I am going to post my stories here and hopefully, you can give me some feedback and tell me if these stories are worthwhile sharing!

Excerpt from Petra Nicoll’s soon to be published book Storyteller

“I chose not to sleep in a bed for 2 years while I was on the Path with the Masters and usually went to the Hindu Temple in the middle of the Ashram grounds. The Temple had a Statue of Hanuman inside it and every day people from the neighboring town would come to worship. It was quite strange for Westerners to see the red paint all over the Statue and it looked almost grotesque to me.

The temple was small and had a little platform around it where I had placed my little chair and where I could lean my head against the wall of the North Side of the Temple. One night, it was maybe 2 am and suddenly I felt this wind going by me really fast. I had the sense that something was flying by me, and that being came around and was behind me. The first night when this happened I thought that it was a bird of some sort. The second night the wind was more intense and then something started picking on my hair like a little monkey and then it came around and looked at me, and I opened my eyes and it was Hanuman. I freaked out! I felt like he was kind of giddy, many arms, he was all over. There was lots of movement and it was like in and out of consciousness, because it was a different dimension. Hanuman was looking straight at me like what are you doing here in my territory. I did not know at the time much about Hindu Religion but become quite fascinated with it, especially with Hanuman the mighty ape that aided Lord Rama in his expedition against evil forces. He is one of the most popular idols of the Hindu pantheon. Believed to be an avatar of Lord Shiva, Hanuman is worshipped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance and devotion. Hanuman’s tale in the epic Ramayana where he is assigned the responsibility to locate Rama’s wife Sita inducted by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka, is known for its astounding ability to inspire and equip a reader with all the ingredients needed to face ordeals and conquer obstruction in the way of the world.

On the third day, I ran went to the office at the Ashram to speak with my Teacher. “Master! Master! Master! I just saw something at the Temple that looked like a Monkey with many arms. The Master remained quite calm and said: “Ok, its all fine. It will be just fine.”

The next day that statue in the temple was gone. He had six of the guys in the ashram take the statue out and bury it. It was all done secretly.”