Description - Tested Universal Science of Individual Meditation in Sikh Religions by Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind
Tested Universal Science of Individual Meditation implies a greater whole being, whole knowledge and whole-power is needed to weld all into a greater unity of whole life. Each individual must have a high and strenuous mental and moral ideal controlling and uplifting the vital and the physical man in us and no spiritual ideal liberating him from himself into his inner being. In order to know the part, one must have the knowledge of the whole it forms a part of. The soul is larger than the ego, and larger than the unconscious, the subconscious, and the superconscious. There is the back lying power of God which co-ordinates and correlates all into unity and synthesis; its name is Nam. This self awareness of Nam is only received by the Grace and power of His Holy Nam, whose knowledge is vouch-safed by the gracious Guru. The eight lessons presented in this book by the author Pooran Avatar Sat-Guru Bhagat Singh Thind to the truth seekers of the world give guidance, truth, and wisdom to all who are ready for self and God realisation. Dr. Thind's words stimulates and renders active those powers which are normally latent, and which the seeker unassisted cannot evoke.
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Author Biography - Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind
Dr Bhagat Singh Thind was born in the state of Punjab, India, in 1892 and educated at Klalsa college in Amritsar. His early teachers were the Sikh pundits of his community, especially his father, Sardar Boota Singh Thind, whose living example and spiritual teachings left an indelible blueprint to the knowledge of God, and whose legacy Dr Thind spent a lifetime fulfilling. He became inspired to visit the United States to fulfil his destiny as a spiritual teacher upon reading the works of Emerson, Whitman, and Thoreau.