–From Bruce Hegerat
Free Public Talk:
Time: Wednesday, Sept 18, 2019, 6 PM to 7 PM
Place: On The Grassy Knoll at the Physio Centre and Little Vienna Bakery Strip Mall the rear side of the complex. 6726 W Coast Rd, Sooke, BC V9Z 1H5. Ample parking available.
This is our third talk.
The first talk was on the commonality of spiritual thought: The single eye, the existence of the spiritual current and the manifestation of inner stimulus – Inner Light, Inner Sound, Bliss and Intoxication – and a description of the first documented regions of ingress.
The second was on the prerequisite virtues to inculcate to advance spiritually.
This third talk will be on Divine Love.
For ions of time saints and mystics have communicated how much the Lord loves every single soul – regardless of its plight and condition. They describe this love as dozens fold greater than the love the most dutiful mother has for the most problem-free infant. To experience that Divine Love changes one’s life.
“If you had an iota of knowledge of how greatly loved you are by the Lord, you would dance through all the woes and troubles of the day.” Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj.
Many who have had the Near-Death Experience relay how happy they were on that other side. It changed their lives, adjusted their priorities and infused them with joy. But what if you could experience that while still living?
There is no seating per se; the intention is for all to sit on the grass. Please bring a blanket (or two) or a sitting chair appropriate for lawns if you need one. Dress appropriately as Sooke often has a breeze in the early evening. There will be a 40-minute talk, and crowd willing, a 20-minute meditation.
There are never any fees or charges with true spirituality. Inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or text your requests to 250 208 3526 (I will accept phone calls as well).
Speaker is Bruce Hegerat, a near thirty year-long practitioner of Surat Shabd Yoga meditation.
Proponents of the inner path include Hazur Baba Sawan Sigh Ji Maharaj (1858-1948), Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (1894-1974), Sant Darshan Singh Maharaj (1921-1989) and Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj (1946- )