Re: Master M. on Incarnation of "God" and the Radhasoami Gurus
Nov 10, 2002 09:11 AM
Daniel I think we briefly corresponded on RSS forum. And at one point
on that forum as sort of a tongue-in-cheek comment I said
that "Blavatsky invented the Radhasoami Gurus." Of course that went
over like a lead ballon. But I have my copy of "The Mahatma Letters"
in front of me. I did not read every single letter and thus was
ignorant of the contents of this one.
Letter no. XL
"No harm and much instruction may come to you by joining his
[Radhasoami] Society. Go on until he demands what you will be obliged
to refuse. Learn and study. You are right: they [Salig Ram and his
devotees] say and affirm that the one and only God of the Universe
was incarnated in their guru [Shiv Dayal Singh, the acknowledged
founder of Radhasoami]."
Comment: If Shiv Dayal was the founder of RS then who was Guru Nanak?
Merely the founder of Sikhism? And one of the authors of the Adi
Here must be the departure. As the Sikhs are, as the world knows,
totally violent when it comes to discussion of the RS and Beas gurus
and the use of their book The Adi Granth (I bought all 5 volumes and
carted them home from India). Sant Mat does in fact use the Adi
Granth. However, it is Sar Bachan which is considered the Bible of
Here you have KH advising A.P. Sinnett to become a Satsangi. Does
that mean he join RS in his next birth?
KH: "...who [Saligram]innoculates with his vision all the other
Comment: This would be a direct indictment that he is merely a false
master, a master of duality. One who confers visions such as light
and sound upon his meditating disciples. Some say that with the
initiation of some of the gurus they would instantly go inside or see
light and hear sound. While others (usually Westerners) were unable
to see a damn thing due to what? Due to the presence of a strong
brain, mind and intellect which keeps one from having visions. I say
if the visions are borne out of the brain and brain activity in the
first place or of the mental type creations then it would seem that
those who are mentally polarized would be more likely to have visions
than those who are less mentally inclined. But the masters, we have
their word on it, that the simple people, the regular Indian man and
woman is far more likely to have these experiences than is the Aryan
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