Excerpted from, The Extent Of The Grace The Master Extends Is Without Any Bounds, a Satsang Discourse by Baba Ram Singh Ji

ALL SAINTS HAVE PRAISED the Grace and greatness of Their Masters because only with the Grace of Their Masters They have been able to gain in spirituality. Because only a Master transforms a very ordinary human being by His Grace, and He gets him on the Path of Spirituality and gets him to progress on that Path. And the extent of Grace that He extends to that person is without any bounds.

Kabir Sahib also in His Bani says, “If I make paper of all the continents and I make ink of all the seas, all the seven seas, and I take all the forests and make a pen out of that and I start writing about the greatness of my Master, I will not be able to write enough. All these things will be extinguished by the time I write about the greatness of my Master.” He says in another Bani, “The Master is better than the philosopher’s stone. The philosopher’s stone has the capability of converting any iron into gold and increasing the value of that iron. But the Master has the capability of making an ordinary person into a Master.” Because one can value gold, he can put a value to the extent of the quantity of gold that can be converted, but the value of the philosopher’s stone is priceless. We can not ever quantify the value.” So, that way, we can get a truckload of iron and touch it and convert the whole truck and all the load into gold and, like that, we can do it several times. All of that can be quantified. But the value of that philosopher’s stone cannot be quantified.

But, better than that, is the Master Who transforms a very ordinary human being. We are all maligned. So, this maligned human being, when he comes and surrenders at the Feet of the Master with his mind and his body, the Master extends His Grace to that person and transforms that person completely. That is why Masters say, “The Grace extended by the Master is limitless and we cannot ever quantify that extent of Grace that the Masters extend to us.” That is why all the Masters always praise their Masters…

So, therefore, it is incumbent on us to follow His Teachings and do that Simran and Dhyan Bhajan that has been told to us so that we also reduce the burden of karmas and it becomes easier for Him to take us back also. (Baba Ram Singh, 2017)

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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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