Heart to Heart
During these seventy-five years the sangat has grown from two to nearly ten thousand, and with his grace it will continue to grow. From the Brocks in 1911 until today, as thousands of American satsangis individually, quietly and humbly meet the Master every morning for meditation, there is no difference but in the numbers. The numbers may grow, but we will remain just two, Master and disciple, bound together by the divine cord of Shabd, of love.
One day the disciple will be led through the maze of higher regions by following the Master’s Radiant Form, listening to the Voice of our Lord, our Master, drawn by his love to become one with him. For one is the number we will all grow to be.
From the Introduction to The Dawn of Light
The Great Master laid great stress on giving regular time to meditation. While speaking about meditation, he once remarked, “I have hardly done any meditation; I have received from Baba Ji (Baba Jaimal Singh) his own hard-earned treasure.”
Banta Singh objected, saying he had seen Hazur doing six to nine hours of meditation for days at a time, with little interest in food and sleep. “And Hazur calls it nothing!” Maharaj Ji replied, “Little do you know how precious Nam is. If one can get it by offering one’s head on a platter, it will be a bargain.”
Heaven on Earth