Anytime is a good time for doing our meditation, but particularly in the morning when we have just woken up and our mind is still

“The Masters have also praised this beautiful human body that has been given to us. This is the body in which we can transcend from humans to God. So, God Almighty has created this special body for us. God has created this body and has kept sixteen planes within this body. And then He has kept His entire Kingdom within it and He also resides within this body…


“Our soul has descended from God Almighty and has come down these sixteen planes and has manifested within this physical body. And here it has got entangled with the mind and the senses. And in this entanglement, it has forgotten about itself, about its True Home. And, in the things that it is doing around itself, it has forgotten its True Home. And it is suffering here. Our thoughts are all-pervading, relating to these worldly things here and our relationships here. And our entanglement is because of these thoughts. When we do our Bhajan Simran, we are able to get out of this entanglement and go within. When we do our Simran, then we are able to concentrate our thoughts at the Eye Center. And then the mind, which is scattered in the thoughts all over the place, gets concentrated at the Eye Center and then we are able to go within. With the effort that we put in for doing this concentration with Simran, the mind settles down and we are able to get our thoughts together and come to the Eye Center. So, the soul then focuses its attention back where it is residing at the Eye Center and then the journey back to God Almighty starts.

“For doing this we should have a seamless love for our Master and God Almighty. It should not happen that we do our Simran Bhajan for a few days, then leave it for a few days, then again, do it for a few days. It should be without a break and it should be continuous.

“Anytime is a good time for doing Bhajan Simran, but particularly in the morning when we have just woken up and our mind is still. It is quiet. It is a good time to do our Bhajan Simran. As the day progresses our mind gets scattered in various thoughts, so Masters praise the early
morning time.”

— Baba Ram Singh Ji, excerpted from a Meditation Talk, August 1st, 2017, Morning


Bhajan: Devotional practice of listening to the inner Sound Current;

Simran: Repetition of names or thoughts; in Sant Mat, the simran of worldly thoughts is controlled through the Simran of the Five Charged Names, repeated by an initiate throughout the day and when sitting for meditation as a means of collecting the thought currents at the Third Eye Center; also used as a password of sorts to higher planes and protection from Negative Power influences;



This Living School of Spirituality called Sant Mat is also known as: The Way of the Saints and Poet-Mystics, Radhasoami, and, The Path of the Masters. The meditation practice is Surat Shabd Yoga: "Union (Yoga) of the Soul (Surat) with the Inner Light and Sound of God (Shabd).”

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