The Ignominy for the Path of the Saints

The ignominy for the Path of the Saints is not caused by those Jivas-Sohang, who have got the human body but have fallen into deep ignorance and which are following here in Kal Desh only their addictions.

These Souls should be liberated, they cannot themselves change their situation. Also Souls believing to be connected with Naam but actually following the unperfect so-called masters of Sant Mat are among them.

Furthermore it affects all those who practise the yoga ways of Kal or one of the other countless false teachings.

Since the embodiment of Kabir and Guru Nanak the way is open for the Souls to reach Sach Khand, their True Home.

The ignominy for the Path of the Saints are those Jivas-Sohang who got a competent and practical connection with Naam but do not devote completely to the Path and live in way that others may not learn anything from them.

To those belong the initiates of Ruhani Satsang – those initiated by Kirpal who do not live according to Truth – and of 'Unity of Man' – those who were physically initiated by Kirpal or have received Naam after His passing. 

They are the germ that affects Truth by contorting and deforming it and denigrating it intentionally according to their wishes and addictions. They do not build the True Kirpal Sagar within themselves wherefore already Kabir had asked Who wished to find Sach Khand reflected on earth.

They do not use the high time to draw benefit for themselves and for humanity. Instead they fight one another mentally and everyone insists on his own point of view. In that way they affect the individual cells of Truth and cause that Satsang is not Satsang any more.

Concerning the responsibility of those who have received Naam, Kirpal Singh remarked the following:

Question to Kirpal Singh:

Do we, as Satsangis, have a special aim or responsibility?

Answer by Kirpal Singh:

Well, as initiates, we have taken on a duty. And with duty there is a definite responsibility.

A member of the Ruhani Satsang takes upon himself the most important and the most difficult task in the world i.e. enabling himself and his fellow beings to attain self-knowledge and God-Knowledge. Thus our aim is knowledge of the beyond.

'Science of the Soul' seeks to make the human soul One with God by transcending the physical, the astral and the causal planes of existence. It is therefore quite independent. Outer forms and ceremonies, rites, rituals, sacrifices, fasts, vigils or pilgrimages, these are outer practices called Apara Vidya. In our Satsangs we should not mix up the Science of the Beyond with any other kind of movement which deals with something other than this science. So our main aim of life is to know ourselves and to know God. We must never waver from this and in every action we do, we must consider whether it takes us nearer to or farther away from our ideal, and our responsibility is to set a good example for all.

Spiritual Elixir (First Edition, 1967) –
Part I: I. Social Conduct and Ethical Life,
by Kirpal Singh, 1894–1974

But instead of meditating and, as wished by Kirpal, reflecting the Truth so that Sat Purush may distribute the Grace, the above mentioned initiates become unpaid trappers of Kal for the seekers after Truth. Since at the end of Kali Yuga Kal is allowed to proclaim the behaviour of the initiates as Truth. 



To those belong the initiates of Ruhani Satsang: To the ignominy for the Path of the Saints belong those who have been initiated competently and who do not live according to Truth. However, false divergencies of Sant Mat such as among others 'Radha-Soami' and the formations of Rajinder Singh and Thakar Singh do not belong to this ignominy. They belong to the twelve paths of Kal and are a cumbersomeness. Even formations which do not specifically refer to Sant Mat, such as Scientology, are an expression of the twelve paths.

They fight one another mentally: Kirpal Singh writes the following:

[…] Love beautifies everything and if we learn to love everyone, all our imperfections can be washed away, especially by loving kind words.

If two drunkards can sit together in a tavern, why can’t two devotees of God and Master sit together in Love for each other? If we find this difficult, it is because we have not yet tasted the exhilarating elixir of Divine Love. […]

Spiritual Elixir (First Edition, 1967) –
Part II: I. Social Conduct and Ethical Life,
by Kirpal Singh, 1894–1974

A member of the Ruhani Satsang: Of course correspondingly that is valid for all those who have received Naam, for example for the accordant members of 'Unity of Man.'

It is a crime to lead people astray by keeping their attention to outward things by making them build schools and houses and telling them this was Kirpal’s mission.