Quotes Collection

The following section contains the collected quotes from Satguru Sirio Ji and earlier Masters of Surat Shabd Yoga.
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“As loving advice I give you, from this moment let love be your constant companion and trust Him in all things.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“We want to ascend from the human to the Divine,
we want to transcend all the planes until the Infinite,
let us tune in with the roar of Naam…”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“In order to get liberation from this world and become detached from this world, it makes no difference if one lives under the earth, or if he makes his home in the sky – if he is not free from all his desires, he cannot become detached from this world. Why? When a man leaves the body, he has not yet accomplished all his desires. There is always one or another desire left which is not fulfilled. Wherever you are attached, there you go. So, according to our desires which are not fulfilled, and according to wherever we are attached, we have to come back into this world again to pay off our debts. So it does not matter if we physically leave this world, but if we have not left the attachments of this world – our thoughts and our desires – we cannot be liberated.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“We are all on the Way. Some are less ready and others more so due to their karmic evolution of the experience in past lives.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“We should all follow the teachings of the Master, we should do the meditation of Naam, so that our soul can return to her Real Home. It is a law of nature that we get things according to our wishes. If we are attached to the things of this world, if we wish for the worldly things, we come back to this world again and again, and we get the sufferings and pains of this world. But if we have love for the Master, if we desire to do the devotion of Naam, then our soul can easily go back to her origin. Our soul is a drop, and we can easily take our soul back to the ocean from where she came.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Whether your past has been wicked, or virtuous, or indifferent, the saints call upon you to devote yourselves to the task of meditation. Forget past sins, and do no more. You can rid yourself of the poison you have consumed in the past, but you must not keep swallowing more and more of it. All initiates are granted some experience of the inner life. If you have lost it, it is because you have been lethargic, unwise, and forgetful, or you have persisted in your old ways. If so, you must regain your lost capital.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“The spiritual path wants to make us free from slavery to the body and the jail of the mind in which we keep swimming from one thought to the other without any end, without any real peace. So, we want to get out from this cage and experience wideness and expansion of consciousness, which is so liberating, which is so wonderful.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“When we are with the Master and we look into His face, into His eyes and we listen to His words with full attention, that’s an extension of meditation. Because what is meditation after all? It’s a completely focused attention with no minds, no thoughts, completely immersed in what we are doing! So any spiritual practice what we do, the Bhajan singing, the mantra singing, Darshan, looking at the Master, in His face, in His eyes it’s all meditation! It’s all contributes to uplift our consciousness.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“The biggest enemy in this world of all mankind is our mind. There is nobody else who is the enemy of man. So we are not to bow down to our enemy. We are to fight against him. You be brave and fight with mind. So the weapon to fight against the mind is the Naam. Satguru is always ready to help you. Remember Satguru, every difficulty will be removed. So you are to give more time for meditation.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Entire self-surrender to God is the secret of a true lover of God. Therefore, he should be a man of purity, humility and meekness. The main thing one should do is devotion to the Name of God and see the Light and hear the Voice of God – the Sound Principle reverberating in all. For this, he should devote regular time to meditation and conquer the passions through communion with the Master. He should sing of God – the Beloved, and enter into the superconscious through intoxication of His sweet remembrance.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“The disciples get Initiation from the Master and they make a promise to their Master. If we keep the promise which we have made to our Master, He will also set us free from the clutches of the Negative Power. Because the Master is always looking after the disciples who do the devotion, who keep their promise. The Master is very gracious, and those who always remain sincere in their devotion are released from the clutches of Negative Power.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“One must be in the world attending to the duties and obligations assigned to him or her, but one should do these in a very detached manner.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“We know about the goodness of a tree only by eating its fruit. In the same way if we mould our life according to the teachings of the Master, if we sincerely do the things which the Master has told us to do, only then can we realize the perfectness and the competence of the Master. Because the Masters do not tell us things from hearsay, they tell us only those things which they have actually done in their own lives.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

Between God and spirit, there is no other obstacle but that of a veil of the mind. If this veil were to stop fluttering in the breeze of desires, as it does at present, the spirit can take in directly the Cosmic Energy from its very source.

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Please learn to be receptive to His grace and feel His kindly presence riding with you on the buses, chatting with you in the street, sitting with you in the park, by your office desk, accompanying you every morning to the office, slowing down by the lily pond to check the new flowers and walking with you in the evening all the way back by the new moon. Master is always with the disciple and never leaves him or her until the end of the world. The Father will never disown His children.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Love and all things shall be added unto you. It is love that makes you all-attention. It is love that gives you a place in the heart of the Beloved. It is by His love that we live.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Meditation is the medicine to control mind, or to destroy your mind’s feeling. We have got this man’s body, and we have to use it in diverting our attention towards Satguru.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“How fortunate is a child who will repose fully and surrender completely in the strong and protective arms and loving care of the Father! He then becomes care-free, leaving all the work to the merciful and benign Father, of working out things as He deems best. Such a life becomes supremely sweet and all his problems become easier and his way becomes clear and smooth. The Master-Power is constantly extending all feasible help and blessings. Let us fully repose our trust in Him. The fortunate ones do as the Master says, and receive all the necessary material help, which goes a long way to assuage the severity of the karmic debts. The difficulties and troubles may come, but they pass off without leaving an ugly mark behind. Please do not lose heart.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Dear ones, often I have said that if we want to store the milk of a tigress, we need a vessel made of gold. In the same way 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

“When you are at work, be completely absorbed in it, and when there is no work, do not permit your mind to wander aimlessly or to remain idle, for “an idle mind is the devil’s workshop” as the saying goes. You should resort either to the repetition of the five holy Names during all vacant hours of the day and night as well as keeping your mind in sweet remembrance of the Master wherever you may be, or in listening to the sweet symphonies of the melodious Word, if it becomes audible. This will leave no room for idle thoughts and they will not disturb you in meditation.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh
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