by SS Hargopal Kaur Khalsa, Los Angeles CA
Sometimes, in meeting a person, the exterior gruffness or roughness can be off-putting. At the same time, the Siri Singh Sahib always said, “If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.” Relating to that person at a more subtle level often brings to awareness the pain they’ve had in their life, the fear they have, the masks they display. Then it’s possible to relate to the beauty, the image of how God is showing up in them.
“[In the] same way in our life we have different stories, we have different situations to say, we have different reasons for slander and excuses and all the fears and fact. But what it leaves to understand, [is that] the process in your healing is to bring subtle balance into absolute balance, to bring the union of Subtle Body and spiritual body, and leave no place for doubt.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (10/17/1985)
That’s how it happens in a healing relationship. A person shows up who has the role of, say, being a victim. Perhaps her father is a bully. Her mother is competing with her for the father’s affection. How does the healing practitioner know what the dynamics are, what’s causing the dis-ease?
“The mind is neutral as well as positive, as well as negative. And it’s the neutral mind which judges the righteousness within me. That is the Akashic record; that is Karma. In this very Subtle Body, the neutral mind records every action, every reaction, every benefit, every loss, every polarity, every vacuum of this life.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (3/5/1981)
The Book of Life
In the Subtle Body that has recorded the life, through the healing practitioner’s own subtlety, sensitivity, and state of shunya (emptiness), it is possible to “read” the dynamics that are causing illness, creating troubling relationships, holding animosity towards the self and others. At that point, the “client” is no longer this one person, but her entire family and even her lineage, which can include the culture, the countries from which ancestors were born, and those who have deeply impacted the family in some way.
“The Subtle Body can penetrate in the universe of the universe of the universe and the universe and radiant body can make it bright, bountiful and beautiful.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (1/18/1999)
The subtle essence in the family holds fear, pain, unmet needs, whatever the person and family have been challenged by. Relating to the frequencies of the person and allowing what is, without judgment or commentary, can create an opportunity for the person to let go of the knots in their consciousness, their limits, for the person to heal themselves, for God to elevate them.
It is the job of the healing practitioner (remembering that God is the healer) to develop her sensitivity, intuition, and subtlety to the point where it is possible to merge with the consciousness of the client.
“It is the Subtle Body of yours that has power to reach everything and anything and can change the molecular structure in point zero, zero, zero three trillion seconds.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (7/23/1996)
Through sadhana we lay our foundation, developing a meditative mind, taking residence in shunya, having compassion where it virtually isn’t possible to be compassionate.
“Standard is not: deserving and not deserving. Standard is to have the power and guidance of the intuition of the Subtle Body to find the most subtle remote thing to go for help, serve, elevate. And what that is, is called love!”—The Siri Singh Sahib (2/23/1993)
About the Author
SS Hargopal Kaur Khalsa has journeyed from physics to metaphysics, studying space in the infinitesimal realm to the space in which our planet resides, with a career in the aerospace industry. Hargopal discovered Kundalini Yoga and the teachings of the Siri Singh Sahib. Already grateful to have found her spiritual teacher, the healing modality of Sat Nam Rasayan® (as taught by Sant SS Guru Dev Singh) introduced her to subtleties of consciousness and healing beyond her wildest dreams. Hargopal Kaur published Merging With the Infinite, based on the teachings of the Siri Singh Sahib on death and dying. She has a private healing practice and offers healing workshops on inter-generational healing.