All Masters dwelt in the world for a special purpose, which was to bring the awakening in man and help him to live with truth and go back with truth. They taught us the very life needed for it, as they knew what is there for us in the beyond and what is here in the world. So they had the discrimination that we haven’t obtained yet. We have forgotten that place (our home eternal) and we have only one thing with us – that is (the experience of) the physical world, and therefore we cannot discriminate. His mission is to bring awakening in the world.
This purpose has never changed. The teaching has always remained one and the same, but the commandments of the Master differed from time to time in accordance with the prevalent condition of the time.
The mission is the life of the life for the Master. He has been commissioned (by God) and His concern is only to do that special work for which He has been blessed.
Sant Kirpal Singh came to bring in the golden age
Sant Kirpal Singh came to bring in the golden age and to prevent a grand dissolution which was to happen at the end of the Iron age. He further said, "My children are scattered everywhere in the world. A time will come when they will all get together and there will be a revolution of Spirituality."
In our days Sant Kirpal Singh gave this teaching along with the practical demonstration to all who were yearning for it. His Mission came from the highest, and so was His power.
The mission of the Master is like a ladder which has eight steps:
1. To live and do for Him brings in
2. Devotion; this brings in
3. Receptivity; this brings in
4. Love; this brings in
5. Contentment; this brings in
6. True living; this brings in
7. Grace; this brings in
Dear brothers and sisters,
in order to understand our purpose of human life we must understand the mission of the Master.
All Masters dwelt in the world for a special purpose, which was to bring the awakening in man and help him to live with truth and go back with truth. They taught us the very life needed for it, as they knew what is there for us in the beyond and what is here in the world.
So they had the discrimination that we haven’t obtained yet. We have forgotten that place (our home eternal) and we have only one thing with us – that is (the experience of) the physical world, and therefore we cannot discriminate. His mission is to bring awakening in the world.
Master said, “My children are scattered in the world. A time will come when they will all get together, and there will be a revolution of spirituality.”
How He sends His children into the world, all over the world, that is His work. And moreover He said that everyone has the contact, everyone has the background. So up to now, at least we have understood that the purpose of each one of us is one and the same. This purpose (of a human being) will never differ.
I think this is possible because He brought us on one firm footing. And without selfless service, really, we cannot sit together. If we work in one field, then we are the co-workers. And Master gave this work, it was His intention to give it, and He has given it to us.
The richness of a country does not lie in its natural resources, but in the potential and quality of its
people. India has the distinction of being the country of Sages and Seers who have left to the World an
invaluable heritage of spirituality, and has also made a name for itself with the talents of its people,
who contribute to the culture of the world with arts and handicraft and places of lasting beauty.
Unknown to a larger public, a place has been set up in Punjab which unites both,
beauty and spirituality: Kirpal Sagar – the ‘Ocean of Grace’.
On 10 December 2007, the 25th Jubilee of Kirpal Sagar was celebrated on the occasion of the 75th
birth anniversay of its founder, Dr. Harbhajan Singh
Kirpal Sagar is dedicated to mankind and helps people to develop in all aspects - not only physically and intellectually, but also spiritually. It is a center for the development of man and for the service of humanity.
People can come to Kirpal Sagar at any time and get whatever they need.
Whoever comes here will not go empty-handed, but will get for whatever purpose he has come.
If someone wants medical help, he can get it. If he is needy, Kirpal Sagar can provide social help, if he wants to solve the purpose of human life and get nourishment for the soul, he can get it.
Even if someone comes only to view the place, he will get something.
Dr. Harbhajan Singh
The Kirpal Sagar Project is being built since 1982 under the direction of Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Surinder Kaur, in cooperation with many volunteers from East and West, in Punjab / northern India. All are committed to implement the ideal of humanity and unity into practice.
Kirpal Sagar comprises the following facilities:
Kirpal Sagar is an example of practically lived tolerance and peaceful cooperation of people of different nationalities, religions and different social status. Overall, the project serves as a model for a spiritual life with higher values, which promotes the implementation of fundamental human rights.