The human body is a holy book of God. Study it! Search it! Those who rose above the plane of senses and realized themselves, they realized God. This is the highest ideal of all.

Sant Kirpal Singh


Q. Did man orig­i­nate in the same basic form he has today?

A. Yes. The known his­tory of man reveals that there is no dif­fer­ence in the con­struc­tion of human form ever since human life com­menced on this earth planet.

Q. In 'Man know Thy­self!', did you mean we must know our­selves in just this life, or all our past lives?

A. Know thy­self is the most ancient aphor­ism. We have its equiv­a­lents in the greek and latin phrases gno­thi seau­ton and nosce te ipsum, and all that these words con­note is the actu­ally real­ized expe­ri­ence within of the life impulse apart from mere the­o­ret­i­cal knowl­edge, whereby we live and all other crea­tures live and the whole uni­verse in being sus­tained; for it is by know­ing this that all else becomes known and noth­ing else remains to be known. Self-real­i­za­tion is a step­ping stone to God-real­i­za­tion. He who has found him­self, can never again lose any­thing in this world.

Q. Is the nature and extent of our spir­i­tual growth or advance­ment beyond the tenth door deter­mined by our past lives?

A. Yes – in a way it is deter­mined. A man is in the mak­ing. One who has passed pri­mary class will get admis­sion in the next higher grade. One who has just been put on the way will take his or her own time. How­ever, there is no hard and fast rule about it. The one who has been put on the way pro­gresses more by reg­u­lar devo­tion of time to med­i­ta­tions with full faith than one with a dif­fer­ent back­ground who is not reg­u­lar in his med­i­ta­tions.

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