Quotes Collection

The following section contains the collected quotes from Satguru Sirio Ji and earlier Masters of Surat Shabd Yoga.
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“This world is like a platform on which many actors come to perform.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“Normally people when something happens and they don’t like, they say it’s a disgrace, it’s curse; and this is what makes life miserable for people! They are not able to see the hidden hand of God behind the event!”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

„We need to make our within, our heart, very strong, very courageous, very grand, if we want to preserve this wealth of Spirituality. We should not be like a gambler and waste the spiritual wealth which we have gained for the worldly problems. Because when we are living in this world the pains and happiness are [both] going to come. The problems will come, so that is why we need to make our heart, our within, very strong, so that we can maintain and preserve this spiritual wealth which we are getting from doing the meditation.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“We should stop blaming others, blaming life and blaming God for what happens to us. It’s always a lesson to which we have to learn something.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

„If we are sincere in our quest and in our practice, from time to time, from beyond the veil the Divine presence manifests. Then we feel fulfilled, joyful and blissful, and we feel kind of enlightened.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“While doing any manual or mechanical work or in idle moments, you can continue repeating the five holy Names or recite some prayer lovingly all the time and you will feel new strength is entering within you and that someone is working with you, sharing much of your labor.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Usually we people do not meditate, or we meditate very little. But we have so many desires which we present to our Masters; and when those desires do not get fulfilled, then we lose faith in the Master. So this is not something we can call as having true love for the Master; it is like we are working for the Master and asking for payment for it. Guru Nanak Sahib has said that if we are asking for anything other than the Naam, we are inviting all the sufferings and problems; because contentment, happiness, and peace are in the Naam only.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“There is a right hand, there is a left hand: they’re two. When we join them together: they’re one. This is what we want.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“If we attend Satsang, we are protected. Through the Satsang we are renewed in our enthusiasm, in our commitment, in our will to keep going.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“He, I’ve been seeking, for Him my heart I tormented; so much I yearned, so much I craved that at last, He showed Himself to me.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“We are not just believers because we are told to be believers, because we are imposed to be believers or because we are dogmatic. We become believers when we see Him! It’s the experience we have that makes us true believers!”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“What is it that prevents you from following the Master’s instructions? It is your own mind, which you have not yet been able to coax away from the outer attachments of the world to the bliss that awaits it inside.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Whosoever has taken the Naam, whoever has gone to the Master and done the devotion, the meditation of Naam, has reached the home of God. In the past it was like that and in the future also it will be like that.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“My advice is from this day on to make love and self-surrender the corner-stones of your life. If you do this, you will find your life becoming daily a blessing. You must endeavor to cultivate a large capacity for self-surrender to and love for the Master if you wish to make substantial progress in the spiritual field. I have said many times, the Path is not easy. You must crucify your ego and lay your selfhood at the altar of love for your Master.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“One who permits himself or herself to be disturbed by what others say and do, is without question one who is still controlled by the ego and has yet to conquer the self, and learn the rudiments of spirituality.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“One way of pleasing the Master is to live up to what the Master says without regard to what your mind says or what your heart likes.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Human beings have always been after a permanent joy, which does not depend on other factors, but comes from within ourselves. This is the eternal quest of we human beings!”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“When we do spiritual practice, we do not just benefit ourselves, but we contribute to keeping the balance in between the not so good energies and the positive ones. So we are doing first of all a service to ourselves, to our soul for our spiritual evolution, and then we are serving, helping to keep the balance in this world. Thoughts are very potent – used to say Master Kirpal. They are more potent than words and actions. Thoughts move all the world. If you manage to have good thoughts, positive thoughts, thoughts of love, not just when we are on a retreat, but in our daily life, then we are contributing, doing our seva [selfless service] so to say, to keep the balance in this world. So we should try to be beings of Light, beings of Love that serve humanity with their positivity, with their optimism.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“The all topic of spirituality is about transcending the sense of I and coming into the awareness of the Supreme I.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“The Master-Power is your companion always through thick and thin. So in all of your affairs do whatever you can and leave the rest up to Him, and try not to feel annoyed or discouraged.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh
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