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How was this universe created? From where we came? Where are we now? Where we have to go? To know the answers of these questions go through this PPT.

How was this universe created? From where we came? Where are we now? Where we have to go? To know the answers of these questions go through this PPT.

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  • 1.
  • 2. In the beginning was God. He was a veritable ‘Anurag Sagar’- Ocean of Love.But since He was weary of being all alone, He decided that he should have someone else to love Him.
  • 3. This thought resulted in a Vibration- ‘Naam’ or Word, comprising Sound & Light, with which the entire Creation came into being.
  • 4. The Creation comprised of several grand regions: Sach Khand, Paar Brahm& Brahmand.
  • 5. Kaal Niranajan, pleasing the Lord by long penances, acquired lordship of the lower regions of Brahmand.
  • 6. He & his consort, Maya- daughter of the Lord became rulers of the Astral & Physical planes.
  • 7. Souls, the essences of the Lord, were provided to Kaal Niranjan through Maya to populate these regions.
  • 8. By enforcing the ‘Law of Karma’, Kaal & Maya keep Souls entangled in ‘Chaurasi’, not wishing to let them return to their pristine home.
  • 9. ‘Chaurasi’- the Cycle of 8.4 million life-forms.
  • 10. Weary from repeated transmigrations,
    the Soul wishes to be liberated.
  • 11. It wishes to return and be united with God
  • 12. Its ‘Cry of the Soul’ is heard by the Lord
  • 13. Hearing their cry, God sends His sons- ‘Sant-Satgurus’ in human form to liberate them.
  • 14. God’s sons i.e. Saints come in human form, but they are always internally connected with God.
  • 15. The Souls get drawn towards the living Sant-Satguru through silken threads of Love, emanating from their hearts and takes refuge under Him
  • 16. The Souls get drawn towards the living Sant-Satguru through silken threads of Love, emanating from their hearts and takes refuge under Him
  • 17. The ‘Dark Night of the Soul’ comes to an end at long last.
  • 18. With the Satguru’s own life-impulse, the Soul is initiated into the ‘Mysteries of the Beyond’ and is connected with the Divine power of ‘Naam.’
  • 19. Through Satsangs, the Satguru teaches the ‘art of living’: Ethical living, Selfless Service and Surrender to God’s Will.
  • 20. Even more importantly, He teaches the ‘Art of Meditation’, known as ‘Surat-Shabd Yoga’.
    Meditation is the art of inversion within the true ‘Temple of God’- the human body, in which God Himself resides, along with His entire Creation.
  • 21. It begins with stilling the body, focusing at 3rd Eye and mentally repeated the charged Names given at the time of initiation. Inner vistas open up. Through focus on inner hearing, the Soul listens to Shabd- Music being played by Divine hands and is drawn inwards.
  • 22. The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
    The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
  • 23. The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
  • 24. The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
  • 25. The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
  • 26. The Soul sees Lights of different colors, Clouds and Inner Sky filled with Stars, which give way to the inner moon and sun.
  • 27. When we gaze lovingly
    into the middle of Inner Sun
  • 28. The Satguru appears in His radiant form as ‘Gurudev.’
  • 29. The Satguru takes the Soul in His lap into the inner regions. One by one, Koshas- the layers on the Soul are removed.
  • 30. With the Soul’s karmic burden taken up by the Satguru, the liberated Soul crosses
    Brahmand and reaches Paar Brahm.
  • 31. The Soul bathes in Mansarovar lake and becomes a Hans- swan, devoid of karma.
  • 32. It then crosses the dark and deep Mahasunna or Bhav Sagar under Satguru’s guidance, and reaching Bhanwar Gupha, cries out, ‘Sohang.’
  • 33. The Soul finally reaches Sach Khand and acquires its pristine light of 16 suns. Here, the Soul first merges within the Satguru (‘self-knowledge’) and then within God (‘God-realization’).
    The long journey is over. ‘The Prodigal Son’ has returned home.