Quotes Collection

The following section contains the collected quotes from Satguru Sirio Ji and earlier Masters of Surat Shabd Yoga.
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“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

“By seeing the pictures of the past Mahatmas we come to know that They all were born in the human form, They also had the eyes, the nose and the human form like we have, and They also used to walk and talk and do things like we do. How is it possible that in the past God needed to send the Saints into this world and now He does not need to? Like a child who was born two ages or two thousand years ago needed its mother, now also the children who are being born need their mother as much as the children born two ages ago needed her. So in the same way that God needed to send the Saints to this world a few ages or a couple of thousand years back, now also He needs to send the Saints into this world. Because the souls who are born now in this creation need the presence of the Saints in this world as much as the souls who were born in this world in the past.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“A measure of success of how well you are succeeding in handling your outer environment will be a gradual awareness that you are becoming the master of your own thoughts.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Please note – an ounce of practice is better than tons of theory.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“So long as we have the comforts and happinesses of the world we may go on saying, “It is all in the Will of God. God is giving us all these things.” But when in His Will the moments of pain and suffering come in our life, then only a few people are there – rare are the fortunate ones – who remain with the same faith in the Master.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“The goal of any real spiritual Path is realizing union with the Divinity within ourselves.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“The sound of a word, in any language, generates a vibration that corresponds with the meaning of the word. It is the same with the Simran. Any word of the Simran has its own particular energy, and if we keep repeating it, really continuously repeating, then by and by we identify with this energy that it represents.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“The mind is a lover of enjoyments, and in the Naam there is the Maha Ras – the most delectable nectar one can ever taste. If only the mind would take one true sip, it would never again yearn for lower enjoyments.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Love for the Simran is awakened only by doing it. You know that you can know about the quality of a tree only when you have eaten the fruit of it. In the same way, when you eat the fruit of the Simran – when you know how effective the Simran is – only then do you appreciate and start doing more Simran. When we do the Simran, we love the Simran, then we come to know how delicious and fruitful it is.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Thoughts are more potent than deeds, you see. If you think evil of others that thought vibrates and the whole atmosphere is poisoned. Whatever you think of others that thought radiates… others will feel it.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“In order to break the chain of thoughts is very important to become intoxicated, inebriated with Divine presence. And to become inebriated, intoxicated we have to sing the praises of God with all of our love and devotion. So, according to how intense it is our prayer or call through to the singing – because what it is when we sing we pray to God loud by singing – and the melody, the harmony creates this uplifting atmosphere that becomes a vehicle to transcend the physical consciousness. So then the chain of thoughts breaks and the soul takes the flight.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“To think about weakness in old age is also a trick of the mind: By making us worry about all the weaknesses which some do experience in old age, our mind is keeping us from Simran. Instead of thinking about old age and its weakness, we should do Simran, which could be of some help to us. But worrying will not help.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Whatever your ruling passion is at the end of your life, you’ll be driven there, that’s the law.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“Satsangis should make the habit of keeping their attention concentrated at the Eye Center, even when they are not meditating, even when they are walking and doing other things of the world, because when we allow our attention to drop down from the Eye Center, it means that we are wasting a lot of our spiritual energy.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Once you discover this Light and learn to live by it, your whole existence will be changed. Love will permeate your very being and it will burst forth from the very pores of your body, transmuting all dross into sterling gold.”

— Sant Kirpal Singh

“We realize the goodness of a tree only when we eat its fruit. In the same way, only those who have obeyed the commandments of the Master know how much one enjoys the fruit of obeying the commandments of the Master. All those who are initiated by Master Kirpal will be liberated, because He has taken responsibility for them. But those who have obeyed the commandments of the Master while living – those who have gone within and seen Him while they are living – they are the brave ones. Even though He will liberate everybody, only they are the brave ones who do the work which He told them to do in their lifetime.”

— Sant Ajaib Singh

“Desires are the cause of suffering, and he alone is poor who has unfulfilled desires. He who is free from desires is richest. All desires arise in the mind, and when the mind is subdued and is merged in the sound current, the game is won.”

— Baba Sawan Singh

“Whatever you do, if done with love, passion and yearning, becomes a great pleasure. Even washing dishes or cleaning the house if we do it for the fun of it we will feel happy. The more we Meditate on the divine Links, they will make us happy, contented and gratified.”

— Satguru Sirio Ji

“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
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