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Loving God (English)

Loving God (English)

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The Practical Teachings of Baba Virsa Singh Ji
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Copyright 2006 Third Edition Gobind Sadan Society for Interfaith UnderstandingAll rights reserved. No part of this work can be reproduced without written consent.Published and Printed by Sterling Publishers Private Ltdwww.sterlingpublishers.com
 
LOVING GOD
The Practical Teachings
 Don't waste a moment. As soon you start meditating, reciting Nam, and seeking God's Light within yourself, your life will change. As more and more people do so, the world will change.
Baba Virsa Singh Ji
 
Baba Ji and His Work 
Baba Virsa Singh ji is a holy person of Biblical proportions whose powerful spirituality was firstrecognized when he was a child. Born on 20 February 1934 in the rural village of Raja Jung outsideof Lahore, he was uprooted in 1947 by Partition and moved with his family to Sarawan Bodla, amud-brick village in Punjab, India. He spent his days plowing and working on the family farm, untilone day in his late teens he experienced great anguish while cutting fodder for the animals. As thesap poured out, Babaji was consumed with the feeling that he had committed a great sin and prayedto be released from that duty. At once, sores appeared on the soles of his feet, so painful that hecould not work. From that time, he began meditating day and night under the Beri tree in thecourtyard, calling out to the One whose presence he could feel to “Please come – please showyourself.” Babaji became so thin that his father took him to a local doctor. He still laughs when heremembers that time, as the doctor could not find anything wrong with him.Then one day, an awesome figure appeared to him. It was Baba Siri Chand ji, the great sixteenth-century mystic and elder son of Guru Nanak Dev ji, the first Sikh Guru. Not long thereafter, BabaSiri Chand ji returned and said, “I’ve brought my Father.” There before the young man stood Guru Nanak Dev ji. Babaji recalls the scene as vividly as if it were today:
 
“How can I ever forget the day?Of how He came and stood before me. Baba Siri Chand said ‘I'll introduce you to my Father.’ Theywere both very tall - over 6 feet. Guru Nanak Dev ji wore
lathu-wale karavan
(wooden sandals witha central “toe” knob) and his
chola
(long gown) was mouse-colored. He stood in front of me. I never  bowed or anything. Baba Siri Chand ji, said ‘My Father has come.’ Guru Nanak spoke, ‘So youthink you need a Guru?’ I said ‘Yes.’ ‘Can you see my body?’ I said, ‘Yes’. ‘Can you see my face?’
 
I said yes. ‘Do you see my lips moving? Repeat what I’m about to tell you and share it with others.’Then He said, ‘Repeat after me – 
 Ek Onkar Satnam Siri WaheGuru
- recite this.’ He gave me thisshabad (sacred words) and said: ‘Give this shabad to the people.’ Then he said a very special thing.‘I received Nam this way myself.’ That is a very profound thought. Then Guru Gobind Singh jicame. He had His own ways. He gave me many boons.”After that, Baba Siri Chand ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji were constantly with him, instructing theyoung man in strict meditation and in service to humanity. It was then that Baba Virsa Singh wasshown that he would have to work very hard, that his fame and wealth would spread, that he woulddevelop great farms, and perhaps most strange, that he would have a great following in Russia.When the boy began healing intractable diseases by giving people leaves from the Beri tree where hesat - or when the leaves were gone, simply by dipping his fingers in water - bringing the dead back to life, and transforming people's lives, villagers recognized that great spiritual powers weredeveloping within him. They began to gather around him, and all have stories of the miracles thathappened daily among his followers. 

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