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Informak talk between Sant Harjit and Prof. B.R. Kamal, Vimeo video
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shabdahu
2012-08-12 19:58:12 UTC
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Dear Readers,

You can watch Sant Harjit, who is seated with Bibi Simret, engage in an informal talk with Prof. B. R. Kamal, and which took place within Mahavta Mandir, in Hoshiarpur, India, when Maharishi and Bibi Simret went to visit India a few months ago.

They are speaking in Hindi, and perhaps someday we will have an English translation, but enough can't be said about what one can pick up in any form of Satsang in any case, and who knows when the universal translator located higher up in mind, might turn on? It can happen...:). (And, no, I haven't had that happen yet, but the more I listen to the Sri Sukhmani Sahib, the more I feel like it might be just around the corner on many days...most likely when I least expect it (or as the path says, when there are no expectations), and I am relaxed and thinking *nothing at all* (so-to-speak). I describe this to remind others that what's even better than a translation (and though sometimes some interesting things occur in that realm, too), is literally understanding the language as its literally spoken. (There's already enough variations that can occur for people who are speaking the same language, because people, I am more and more instructed and reminded everyday, really do live in completely different universes in how they interpret things).

I felt a whole lot of uplift after watching this, and intend on watching it many times. Its very good news for all sincere Adhikaris.

The links are below and hope all are well kept in the Doer's ever Competent Hands,

shabad-dashu.
shabdahu
2012-08-12 20:03:05 UTC
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Dear Readers,
You can watch Sant Harjit, who is seated with Bibi Simret, engage in an informal talk with Prof. B. R. Kamal, and which took place within Mahavta Mandir, in Hoshiarpur, India, when Maharishi and Bibi Simret went to visit India a few months ago.
They are speaking in Hindi, and perhaps someday we will have an English translation, but enough can't be said about what one can pick up in any form of Satsang in any case, and who knows when the universal translator located higher up in mind, might turn on? It can happen...:). (And, no, I haven't had that happen yet, but the more I listen to the Sri Sukhmani Sahib, the more I feel like it might be just around the corner on many days...most likely when I least expect it (or as the path says, when there are no expectations), and I am relaxed and thinking *nothing at all* (so-to-speak). I describe this to remind others that what's even better than a translation (and though sometimes some interesting things occur in that realm, too), is literally understanding the language as its literally spoken. (There's already enough variations that can occur for people who are speaking the same language, because people, I am more and more instructed and reminded everyday, really do live in completely different universes in how they interpret things).
I felt a whole lot of uplift after watching this, and intend on watching it many times. Its very good news for all sincere Adhikaris.
The links are below and hope all are well kept in the Doer's ever Competent Hands,
shabad-dashu.
http://vimeo.com/47352461

http://vimeo.com/47350063
shabdahu
2012-08-12 20:01:59 UTC
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Dear Readers,
You can watch Sant Harjit, who is seated with Bibi Simret, engage in an informal talk with Prof. B. R. Kamal, and which took place within Mahavta Mandir, in Hoshiarpur, India, when Maharishi and Bibi Simret went to visit India a few months ago.
They are speaking in Hindi, and perhaps someday we will have an English translation, but enough can't be said about what one can pick up in any form of Satsang in any case, and who knows when the universal translator located higher up in mind, might turn on? It can happen...:). (And, no, I haven't had that happen yet, but the more I listen to the Sri Sukhmani Sahib, the more I feel like it might be just around the corner on many days...most likely when I least expect it (or as the path says, when there are no expectations), and I am relaxed and thinking *nothing at all* (so-to-speak). I describe this to remind others that what's even better than a translation (and though sometimes some interesting things occur in that realm, too), is literally understanding the language as its literally spoken. (There's already enough variations that can occur for people who are speaking the same language, because people, I am more and more instructed and reminded everyday, really do live in completely different universes in how they interpret things).
I felt a whole lot of uplift after watching this, and intend on watching it many times. Its very good news for all sincere Adhikaris.
The links are below and hope all are well kept in the Doer's ever Competent Hands,
shabad-dashu.
http://vimeo.com/47352461

http://vimeo.com/47350063

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