IN THE REALM OF RELIGION, THE MASTER IS A PARADOX. HE HAS NO THEOLOGY, TEACHES NONE, YET HE IS THE MOST RELIGIOUS MAN ON EARTH. HIS SYSTEM IS NOT A RELIGION, YET IT LEADS TO THE MOST COMPLETE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE, AND THE MOST HAPPY. HE IS ABSOLUTELY UNIVERSAL IN ALL HIS TEACHINGS. HE HAS NO CREED, YET HE NEVER ANTAGONIZES ANY CREED, SECT OR INSTITUTION. HE NEVER CONDEMNS ANY MAN OR ANY SYSTEM. HE FINDS NO FAULT WITH ANYBODY OR ANYTHING, YET DRAWS THE SHARPEST LINES BETWEEN THE GOOD AND THE BAD.
Tulsi Sahab, for the first time, used the expression “Sant Mat” or “the teachings of Saints” to stress the basic unity of the teachings of all Saints.
Author of Ghat Ramayan, in which he presented a philosophy that Dashrath, Ram, Sita and other characters are actually symbolic characters. They are in-fact spiritual forces and currents acting on individual spirit entities.
First Guru of Sikhism. The fundamental beliefs of Sikhism, articulated in the sacred scripture Guru Granth Sahib, include faith and meditation on the name of the one creator; unity of all humankind; engaging in selfless service, striving for social justice for the benefit and prosperity of all; and honest conduct and livelihood while living a householder's life.
The saint poet Kabir is one of the most interesting personalities in the history of Indian mysticism. Born near Benaras, of Muslim parents, in c.1440, he became in early life a disciple of the celebrated 15th century Hindu ascetic Ramananda, a great religious reformer and founder of a sect to which millions of Hindus still belong.
Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic. Rumi’s influence transcends national borders and ethnic divisions: Iranians, Turks, Cappadocian Greeks, Afghans, Tajiks, other Central Asian Muslims, and the Muslims of South Asia have greatly appreciated his spiritual legacy for the past seven centuries. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world’s languages and transposed into various formats.
WEAVER, POET, PHILOSOPHER, SPIRITUAL INSTRUCTOR OF MEWLANA JALAL UD-DIN MUHAMMAD BALKHI "RUMI".
Shams al-Din Mohammad bin Ali bin Malik-e Dad or Shams al-Din Tabrizi (meaning “the Sun of Faith from Tabriz”) was a Persian Sufi saint who is best known for his intense spiritual relationship with Mawlana Jalaluddin Rumi. He is credited for wholly transforming Mawlana Rumi’s life and thought after arriving in Konya in 642/1244.
SUFI SAINT FROM THE CHISTI ORDER.
Baba Sheikh Farid ji descended from Farrukh Shah, who was king of Kabul and kings of Ghazni and other states were subject to him. His parents named him Farid-ud-Din Masaud, while “Shakar Ganj”. Genealogy of Baba Sheikh Farid ji is given in the Jawahir-e’Faridi (The gems of Farid), preserved at the shrine of Pak Pattan, by Ali Asghar of Bahadal
Mary Magdalene symbolises your ability to bring the stillness and silence of Divine Presence, and the creative power of the universe, to Earth. You yourself are rooted in the Divine and have the latent capacity to bring Divine Presence, and the abundant creativity that flows from it, into the physical world
Elohim appears in the first verse of Genesis as the creator of Heaven and Earth. The stillness of Divine Presence continually gives birth to the creative spiritual universe, which is the formless beginning of space-time. Creation is not a past event: it is the ever-present here – now. From out of this formless creative movement comes all the form and matter of the cosmos.
To the unconscious mind matter appears fixed and solid. Through spiritual awakening, we begin to see the depths of the heavenly universe that underlies the material world. In other words – “the Kingdom of Heaven is here now.” Mary Magdalene represents the awakening of this realization within us.
The Word, or the Sound of God, was the primordial creative vibration from the Heart of God. Thus, when the Lord said “Let there be Light”, He used the Divine usage of sound to manifest one of the first objects of creation, which was the Light. Sound is vibration and Light is energy.
Yeshua lived his life enwrapped and infilled with the consciousness of God. His words reveal the reality of this communion. Yeshua teaches that God is known immediately, by inner vision. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God". "He that hat ears to hear, let him hear." The childlike heart is requisite for entering the kingdom. It is a kingdom of mysteries, which it is given.