Here you’ll learn to revitalize your spiritual exercises. You’ll hear how to put more love and enthusiasm into your contemplations to invite the wisdom and insight of ECK into your world.
A man who put steady time into his daily spiritual exercises went a step further and filled his heart with great love for the ECK Master Rebazar Tarzs. In this contemplation, he found himself on a mountainside. Then he heard the sound of footsteps. It was Rebazar. The Tibetan talks to him about Soul’s journey in ECK, as he carefully builds a trailside fire to demonstrate his points.
First we often flare brightly with the hot flame of experiences, Rebazar explains. But this dies down as we have the need to build spiritual stamina.
We do this by giving steady time and love to the spiritual exercises. This is how we “feed the fire” and how the Mahanta is able to help us find the slow burning, long lasting love for God. This talk is for everyone who wants to find divine love in this life.
Cross-reference: chapter 2, The Slow Burning Love of God, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 13
- The Kiss of God
- Imaginative Technique and the Washroom Dream
- Knitting with Love
- Rebazar and the Paraffin Flame
- The Sufi Cabdriver
- Was That an ECK Master?
- “Show Me Divine Love”