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An aura is an energy pattern surrounding the body. Everyone has one. These auric patterns are easily seen when one has been trained to recognize them. They are wavy, like small whiskers. When we are ill, these whiskers are turned down; when we are healthy, they are seen to slant upwards. Sometimes, the colors are shimmery, sometimes dull, depending upon the bodily development— both physically and spiritually. The colors of the aura change constantly and sometimes intermingle.Now study the meaning of aura colors and learn how them may effect your lives and Spiritual awareness of yourself and others.
Surely there’s nothing wrong with you . . . . . . . . . . ..that reincarnation wouldn’t cure. ISBN: 978-1-932630-69-5
A child’s mental faculties should be cultivated as early as possible, and a child should be taught early the difference between knowing a thing and thinking or believing it. Training if a child’s understanding is far more important than acquiring mere academic erudition. Judgement is more important than reading, and learning is of no use if the understanding be not with it. Train the understanding , the judgement, and reason, and the training of all other faculties will be included in the process. India’s method is to develop the goodness, truth, and beauty that lie latent within each and all, and thus to form an independent , self-sufficient individual and foster the idea of inner freedom. To form high character and to teach the young to take a pleasurable interest in observing and forming correct judgments on many questions with which they meet in everyday life is precisely our object in mind-training.
No educational system can be called right which does not involve the exercise of judgement and call into expression the positive and divine nature of the child, so that evil will have less room to expand.
---Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind
“For Monarchs of Minds and Parables for the Multitude”
Inner Circle Classwork Blessed Truth Seeker and Friend of Humanity
To wait with earnest devotion upon a master with receptive mind and eager heart to know the truth, is to be his disciple.
To be his disciple is to become an instrument of his energy. Intense desire is to become an instrument of his energy. Intense desire
to be of assistance to ever-growing number of human beings and a willingness to renounce all false ideas in order to realize the
knowledge of reality---it is this state of mind that brings the assistance of a teacher. “When the disciple is ready, the master appears.”
The light that shines above the brow of an aspiring student is recognized by the true teachers, who can tell his position in nature and
and evolution by the brilliance of his aura. The teacher demands nothing, but gives disciples a new conception of a higher and more
expanded consciousness.ISBN: 978-1-932630-62-6
This lecture was a five minute speech given at the opening session of the World Fellowship of Faiths at the second Parliament of Religions, held in the Morrison Hotel, Friday, August 27, 1933, Chicago, Illinois. Religion is not a command from without, but a growth in ourselves. It is a being-becoming , growing in life from within like an endogen, drawing substance also from without. Religion is to be in tune with the infinite. It is the budding forth of the lotus of the heart, the correspondence with the environment of the soul, the opening out of the fountains from within, the setting a flow of the waters of life that proceed from the throne of the Most High.
The Bhagavad Geeta and Sukh-Mani Sahib (of Guru Arjan) “The Consoler of Mind” are strongly recommended for divine Understanding. Also, “Radiant Road to Reality”