The Word of God
The exhortation of all saints who have come down to the earth plane from their home in Sach Khand, the fifth heavenly region above the physical universe, is the same: withdraw your spirit current or soul from the nine doors of the body to the third eye or the tenth door and attach the soul to the Word of God or the Logos, described in the Bible in the opening sentences of the Gospel of St John. This Word is not, as is usually believed, a written word. Actually it is a power that emanates continuously from the Supreme Being, the Power that created and now sustains the vast universe of universes.
The saints and perfect Masters teach their disciples how to contact this power, which is everywhere present, is ringing within every human being, and is heard by initiates as the most enchanting and enrapturing harmony or melody. The music is not only beautiful, it is also purifying and uplifting. It purifies the human mind, and then draws the soul upward with an irresistible power – the power of love of the Supreme God himself. …
This Word of God has been called the “unstruck melody” by some of the great Masters. Its harmonies resound endlessly within the mansion of every human body. The Word of God, which is God himself in dynamic action, and which is his method of directly contacting each individual soul, existed when the world began, and it will continue as long as the world endures. It is without question the most basic and important fact of the entire universe, and was taught by the founders of practically all the world religions. Yet today, each and every religion is totally ignorant of its existence or of what it really is.
Maharaj Sawan Singh, Spiritual Discourses