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Doctor exemplified his teachings by his own transformed and beautifully lived life. He was a fountainhead of energy and wisdom; a teacher after which we need no other teacher.

  • Divine Wisdom Volume 1

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     "Man is Deity in Expression"

    In this collection of deep and inspiriting essays, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind imparts a true knowledge of life as it appears in physical manifestation. In doing so, he has set forth the true philosophy of life, in which philosophical selfishness is set aside, creeds and dogmas are relegated to the past, and sunlight of truth is permitted to shine in all its splendor.

         There can be no variance in truth. It is the same now and forever. Where there appears to be variance , it is due to a perversion by the instrument through which the observer views the world, such that the media through which life is manifesting is at variance with the object seen.

        The grandeur of life is destroyed by the attitude of the ego toward the objective world---which, however, has not changed. The change is within man, and is caused by the assumption of various moods. Instead, we must learn to view the world by the divine spark that animates  our being. We must become one with the Infinite in order to comprehend even a small portion of the all.

         Dr Thind has very explicitly blaze the path to full comprehension of our higher nature, and if faithfully followed it will lead the seeker to higher knowledge.

    ISBN: 978-1-932630-73-2
  • Divine Wisdom Volume II

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    IN this series of seven lectures, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind addresses the defining metaphysical concepts of

    Sikhism and discusses some of the more practical aspects of realizing the divine wisdom that lies within us all, here and now. A master rhetorician as well as an accomplished spiritual adept, Dr.

     Thind illustrates his lucid explanation of subtle but profound spiritual truths with traditional stories from his native India and entertaining anecdotes from his own experiences as a student and teacher of the path to realization. In this way, Dr. Thind leads the student to ask and answer such questions as how the will can coexist with nature and Godhead; how to develop personal magnetism as a tool for realization; how to manifest the latent energy of shakti and open up the seven chakras in daily life and spiritual practice; how to conquer the passions that drive worldly affairs and turn them to divine use; how to harness the power of concentration in meditation; how to use sex energy constructively; and much more. Divine wisdom is not some distant object to be attained; it is latent within each of us, waiting to be realized.

    ISBN: 978-1-932630-74-6
  • Doctor Ji: Documentary: A Life Realized

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    Born in the holy city of Amritsar and educated at Khalsa College, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind arrived in the United States in 1912 and became a great teacher of purest spirituality, whose legacy contin­ues to inspire truth-seekers to this day.

    During his early years in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Thind was active in the Gadar movement, help­ing to secure the same liberty for Indians at home that he and other immigrants sought in America.

    After a brief stint in the U.S. Army during World War I, he embarked on a lifelong career of lecturing and writing that would eventually reach millions of truth-seekers worldwide.

    At the same time, he fought for—and eventually won—American citizenship, a struggle that included a “landmark” Supreme Court case with a most regret­table outcome.

    In the 1950s Dr. Thind, or “Doctorji” as his students lovingly called him, began to publish—nearly a dozen books in his lifetime, with more than a score available today. In them he set forth the profound philosophy of Spiritual Science, a tested method of uniting the individual soul with its ultimate Creator, which he in­sisted each person must do for himself.

    This long-awaited biography, includ­ing dozens of rare photographs, traces the footsteps of Dr. Thind’s remarkable life, outlines the core principles of his teach­ings, and examines his legacy through the personal recollections of students and family who knew Doctorji first-hand.

    ISBN: 978-0-9859016-2-2
  • Born in the holy city of Amritsar and educated at Khalsa College, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind arrived in the United States in 1912 and became a great teacher of purest spirituality, whose legacy contin­ues to inspire truth-seekers to this day.

    During his early years in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Thind was active in the Gadar movement, help­ing to secure the same liberty for Indians at home that he and other immigrants sought in America.

    After a brief stint in the U.S. Army during World War I, he embarked on a lifelong career of lecturing and writing that would eventually reach millions of truth-seekers worldwide.

    At the same time, he fought for—and eventually won—American citizenship, a struggle that included a “landmark” Supreme Court case with a most regret­table outcome.

    In the 1950s Dr. Thind, or “Doctorji” as his students lovingly called him, began to publish—nearly a dozen books in his lifetime, with more than a score available today. In them he set forth the profound philosophy of Spiritual Science, a tested method of uniting the individual soul with its ultimate Creator, which he in­sisted each person must do for himself.

    This long-awaited biography, includ­ing dozens of rare photographs, traces the footsteps of Dr. Thind’s remarkable life, outlines the core principles of his teach­ings, and examines his legacy through the personal recollections of students and family who knew Doctorji first-hand.

  • Born in the holy city of Amritsar and educated at Khalsa College, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind arrived in the United States in 1912 and became a great teacher of purest spirituality, whose legacy contin­ues to inspire truth-seekers to this day.

    During his early years in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Thind was active in the Gadar movement, help­ing to secure the same liberty for Indians at home that he and other immigrants sought in America.

    After a brief stint in the U.S. Army during World War I, he embarked on a lifelong career of lecturing and writing that would eventually reach millions of truth-seekers worldwide.

    At the same time, he fought for—and eventually won—American citizenship, a struggle that included a “landmark” Supreme Court case with a most regret­table outcome.

    In the 1950s Dr. Thind, or “Doctorji” as his students lovingly called him, began to publish—nearly a dozen books in his lifetime, with more than a score available today. In them he set forth the profound philosophy of Spiritual Science, a tested method of uniting the individual soul with its ultimate Creator, which he in­sisted each person must do for himself.

    This long-awaited biography, includ­ing dozens of rare photographs, traces the footsteps of Dr. Thind’s remarkable life, outlines the core principles of his teach­ings, and examines his legacy through the personal recollections of students and family who knew Doctorji first-hand.

    ISBN: 978-1-932630-75-6
  • DOCTORJI: The Life, Teachings, & Legacy of Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind

    by Amanda de la Garza
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    Doctorji Bio Born in the holy city of Armritsar and educated at Khalsa College, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind arrived in the United States in 1912 and became a great teacher of purest spirituality, whose legacy continues to inspire truth-seekers to this day. During his early years in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Thind was active in the Gardar movement, helping to secure the same liberty for Indians at home that he and other immigrants sought in America. After a brief stint in the U.S. Army during World War 1, he embarked on a lifelong career of lecturing and writing that would eventually reach millions of truth-seekers worldwide. At the same time, he fought for--and eventually won American citizenship, a struggle that included a "landmark" Supreme Court case with a regrettable outcome. in 1929 Dr. Thind, or "Doctorji" as his students lovingly called him, began to publish--nearly a dozen books in his lifetime, with more than a score available today. In them, he set forth the profound philosophy of Spiritual Science, a tested method of uniting the individual soul with its ultimate Creator, which he insisted each person must do for himself. This long-awaited biography, including dozens of rare photographs, traces the footsteps of Dr. Thind's remarkable life, outlines the core principles of his teachings, and examines his legacy through the personal recollections of students and family who knew Doctorji first-hand.
  • Doctorji Bio Born in the holy city of Armritsar and educated at Khalsa College, Dr. Bhagat Singh Thind arrived in the United States in 1912 and became a great teacher of purest spirituality, whose legacy continues to inspire truth-seekers to this day. During his early years in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Thind was active in the Gardar movement, helping to secure the same liberty for Indians at home that he and other immigrants sought in America. After a brief stint in the U.S. Army during World War 1, he embarked on a lifelong career of lecturing and writing that would eventually reach millions of truth-seekers worldwide. At the same time, he fought for--and eventually won American citizenship, a struggle that included a "landmark" Supreme Court case with a regrettable outcome. In 1929 Dr. Thind, or "Doctorji" as his students lovingly called him, began to publish--nearly a dozen books in his lifetime, with more than a score available today. In them, he set forth the profound philosophy of Spiritual Science, a tested method of uniting the individual soul with its ultimate Creator, which he insisted each person must do for himself. This long-awaited biography, including dozens of rare photographs, traces the footsteps of Dr. Thind's remarkable life, outlines the core principles of his teachings, and examines his legacy through the personal recollections of students and family who knew Doctorji first-hand.
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