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May 31, 2022

There are millions of souls in India and around the world that follow the Radha Swami Faith. Today, information about the founder of this spiritual path: Soami Ji Maharaj, the central text, a beautiful collection of mystic poetry and prose known as the Sar Bachan, and about the spiritual teachings and meditation practices of the Radhasoami Satsang!


"This world is perishable and so also is all that pertains to it. A wise man is he, who, having closely examined the nature of existence here, has realized that it is all transitory and illusory, and consecrated his human form by devoting himself to Bhajan and Simran (listening to inner Sounds and repetition of the Holy Name of the Supreme Being) and who, taking the fullest advantage of the various faculties which the Supreme Father has graciously endowed him with, has translated the invaluable jewel within him, which is Surat (spirit) or the essence of his being, to its original abode." (The Teachings of Soamiji Maharaj, Sar Bachan Prose, Book One)


Devotional Practices of the Radhasoami Faith According to Huzur Maharaj in Prem Patra Radhasoami:


"It should be noted that all the following activities are included in devotional practices (Abhyas):


(1) Sumiran (Simran: Repetition of the Holy Name);

(2) Sumiran and Dhyan (Repetition of the Holy Name along with Contemplation of the Holy Form);

(3) Bhajan (Listening to the Sound Current in meditation).

(4) Recitation of holy books or listening to their recital in Satsang intelligently;

(5) Discussing the principles of the Radhasoami Faith or listening to such discussion;

(6) Thinking about and reflecting on matters pertaining to the Radhasoami Faith and its practices and pondering them; and,

(7) Examining the ways of one’s mind and senses daily, keeping them under control as far as possible." (Huzur Maharaj Rai Saligram)


All for the Love of Wisdom, Radio, and Podcasts, Radhasoami,

James Bean

Spiritual Awakening Radio