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Anyone here familiar with the Shirat Shabd yoga master cheng? or this Quan Yin thing? 5th dimensional? THis woman was a Tibetan Lama who went in the mountains and supposedly reached enlightenment there. I kinda feel her vibe...


"For example, the Christian Bible states, In the beginning was the Word,

and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (John 1:1) This

Word is the inner Sound. It has also been called the Logos, Shabd, Tao,

Soundstream, Naam, or the Celestial Music. Master Ching Hai says, It

vibrates within all life and sustains the whole universe. This inner melody

can heal all wounds, fulfill all desires, and quench all worldly thirst. It is

all powerful and all Love. It is because we are made of this Sound, that

contact with it brings peace and contentment to our hearts. After listening

to this Sound, our whole being changes, our entire outlook on life is greatly

altered for the better."



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From Wikipedia (


Sant Kirpal Singh, a contemporary Sant Mat guru, stated that "Naam" ("Word") has been described in many traditions through the use of several different terms. In his teachings [7], the following expressions are interpreted as being identical to "Naam":


"Naad", "Akash Bani", and "Sruti" in the Vedas

"Nada" and "Udgit" in the Upanishads

"Logos" and "Word" in the New Testament

"Tao" by Lao Zi

"Music of the Spheres" by Pythagoras

"Sraosha" by Zoraster

"Kalma" and "Kalam-i-Qadim" in the Qur'an

"Naam", "Akhand Kirtan" and "Sacha ('True') Shabd" by Guru Granth Sahib

The more recently promulgated Quan Yin Method of meditation espoused via the spiritual teachings of Supreme Master Ching Hai has notable similarities to Surat Shabd Yoga.


...MasterPath is another contemporary American movement of Surat Shabda Yoga. [8] The founder and current Living Master, Sri Gary Olsen, contends that several historical figures are Sat Gurus of Surat Shabda Yoga as representatives for the eternal Inner Shabda Master. A few of these Living Masters of their times include Lao Tsu, Jesus, Pythagoras, Socrates, Kabir, the Sufi Masters and mystic poets Hafez and Rumi, the Ten Sikh Gurus beginning with Guru Nanak, Tulsi Sahib, and the Radhasoami/Radha Soami and offshoot Masters, including Shiv Dayal Singh, Baba Sawan Singh and Sant Kirpal Singh. [9]"


It's all the same, only the names have changed ;)



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