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1. UK 88-2 Gururaj. Because the love that flows, and how it goes, I do not know, but in the flowing of the love of our sister, and brother, knows that it just flows. To compose poetry – (General laughter) Okay. Are all our people here? - is respected as a goddess, there the god will dwell. Isn't that a wonderful blessing, having these damn stupid asses, that damn stupid woman around us, but at the same time they're a blessing too. (General laughter) Yes, so of course, all our ladies are women. We respect them as goddesses. Thank God for them, to be around us. Where are you damn men? Jesus, thank God, for our ladies to be around us, and looking after us, and, I mean making our lives happy. I hope so! (Gururaj laughs) Nevertheless, right. What would you people - wh y are you so damn far? Jesus, this wife of mine, you sit here. That's where you belong! You see woman, you've got to put in their ........(General laughter) I'm a bloody - (General laughter) I only kissed her, but what, about twenty times this morning? Well I've got - later on we'll make up, to make it a hundred times. Okay. Right. Question. What shall I talk about this morning? Come on guys and girls. Wake up, and - any. Oh Peter, yes, love, sure no...... Questioner. Beloved Guruji, Meister Reichart, the mystic and philosopher, said God can no more do without us, than we can do without him, could you explain this, particularly the first part? Gururaj. Sure. Okay. Can you settle down there? Okay. Right. There is no God. God is a creation of our own imagination, and what we, as we grew up as children, or in our adult-hood, was the thoughts and the training that was implanted to us, and that formulated the belief of a God. Right. This is good, I mean it is required, but what was the whole psychological idea behind it? The psychological idea was to implant in ourselves, that, look, there is something far greater than you. That was the idea that our parents, and fore-fathers and our churches and temples, okay, right, that tried to implant in us. But slowly we will come definitely to a realisation, that what we have been taught of a God sitting up there in the clouds, is not existence. And as we grow up and analyse ourselves, and go through various life's experiences and whatever, we will gradually find that the one I sought outside of me, is really within me. So, when we can understand this concept, of that Divinity or the love or whatever you want to - these are labels, okay, of that Divinity that is within us, - then how far do we have to go to find the true meaning, or the originality of our concepts of Divinity? If you study Sanskrit literatures, I mean I have done, and all that, they say, - Hey, why are you so damn late? - they say the formation of Divinity is just big as your thumb. Now of course this is symbology, and you know some. Are you

2. UK 88-2 comfortable darling, would you like some water, or anything? You've been walking up the path, - we can order a cup of tea or coffee for you? - damn it! Why must you be late for Guruji's Satsangs? Be on time, otherwise I'll kick your bloody arse, out! Now to get back to the question of Divinity. So what people do is try and search for him outside, but really, when we come to that realisation my beloveds, He is there all the time. 'Seek ye first the Kingdom of Heaven within us'. It's an old saying from our Scriptures. We know its value, we know the truth, we know its power, we know its force. It is there all the time, the Kingdom of Heaven within. Right, now, the question was this, I mean, basically, where do we find God? Not there, thank you very much. I see this building there, that garden, and those flowers, that, that. Okay. I look at it, and enjoy it of course, and appreciate the beauty of it, but yet I've still got to realise the Kingdom of Heaven within myself, that divinity, that God within myself. Now, I'll tell you what happens in the process. Look, I'm a master Psychologist, and Psychiatrist, and the greatest bull-shitter too, okay, so what? But when we find ourselves within ourselves, we surely can find the truth, the wisdom, that Divine quality within ourselves, and then we could gather the courage, and the energy, and the strength, and what ever you want to call it, okay. We gather all that within ourselves, and we feel strong. We get rid of the disappointments and frustrations and illusions and inhibitions, and okay, all that. We get rid of that, then we can stand up, and say, like, I mean Anton, he knows more about Shakespeare than what I do, that - this is from Julius Caesar, okay, I can really stand up, and say 'I am a man’. Is it something similar to that, is it? I mean I can't quote the exact words at this moment. But it's something like that, is it? That I can really stand up and say that 'I am a man'. Can you remember that? Or perhaps it’s this Shakespeare here. Okay, so what. But you get the message. That you can truly stand up and say 'I am a man'. And then, if we should go back into Judaism, and all that, and blah, blah, blah, it’s okay, then we can say 'I am that I am’. And if we should go back into say, Eastern literatures, they would say ‘Brahmas mee, tat vam asi’. It all means the same actually, I mean if you go into deep studies of these things, you find the converging point when all these great truths just merge into each other. But let us follow the idea of what we can really understand, and that idea is this, when our Lord Jesus said 'I and my Father are one'. If we can understand that concept, then the problem of God, is no more there, because He is in us, with us all the time, and He does not become a problem. He is our salvation not a problem. Now, this might, I mean in today's bloody world, it could just be a concept. But now, just listen to this, and Peter always says, ‘Why did you have to be a

3. UK 88-2 guru, you should have been a Professor of Philology. Right Peter? (Gururaj laughs) You said the same, so many times. Yes my darling, thank you. Right. Now, how to conceptualise, - listen very carefully - how to conceptualise your concept? Come on guys, explain this to me. I, I'm stupid really. To be able to conceptualise the concept which means the thought forces, that are working in our minds, and how to put that into conceptualisation means, you’re putting it in a systematic order. Jesus -, I teach round the world at various universities, and blah, blah, blah, blah, it’s not important. But to be able to conceptualise, conceptualise, - darling? conceptualise one’s own concept, of what one thinks is right. That is a great quality, because it would make you think, because you’re conceptualising your concept, and by doing that you’re analysing the purpose and the meaning of your concept. Jesus, cor blimey. Nevertheless, look, you guys relax. Come on, relax, light up a cigarette. Come on, I don't want to stretch your minds to much. Give you a little break, Jesus (General laughter). I know, I know, I was kicking their bloody arses. (General laughing) Come on, Cuckoo, must you take two hours to bring one single cigarette? You see that is how people delay their lives, when the meaning of life, is within a moment, and - (thank you dear) and to enjoy that moment, so you can live in the moment, and not tomorrow, or next week, or the year after, no. We live in this moment. That is something really to understand. Okay. Because that's the way we really can find, find joy within ourselves. Yes, if we can really know, - (come on - what's wrong with you), - that's better, you got to boss them around sometimes. If we can really understand the value and the meaning of the moment, then you will learn to exist in the moment, not in the past, or the future, but in this very moment. That will, I mean, that can provide a lot of joy to yourself, because we get rid of past projections, and future projections, and yesterdays, and tomorrows, that might not exist any more. But now, now, now, this moment is to be enjoyed, the fullness of ourselves, and this is where, Peter, my beloved, the question would come in again of the realisation of, you can call it God, or Divine force, or energy, or whatever. I mean look, these are labels, and that is where it plays such a great part, that this moment of now, is infiltrated, or consumed by that energy. And that is how we can really appreciate that moment, we can appreciate that Divinity, we can appreciate, that bloody hell, why we're living. We can appreciate them, these things. I'm trying to put it all very simply, okay, but if you think back, this very deep meanings in it. Ah, um. Have you shown these guys, cover of our new book, oh you have? It's here. You have?

4. UK 88-2 Voice. From Darkness to Light? Gururaj. So at least they can get hold of something. Voice. It’s going to be on sale here........ Gururaj. You do what ever you feel is right. Gururaj. Another principle of life, when you surrender yourself, to your beloved, man or woman, whatever, and just say 'You do what you think is right'. It can be bloody wrong, but nevertheless we create within ourselves the idea of acceptance, of trust and faith. Ah, and we say ‘Okay, you do what you think is right.' You see how these things are so beautifully combined, so much to learn my beloveds, so much. Then we create within ourselves that faith, and that love, and the surrender, I mean whatever goes with that, it's all in the same category. I'll have to start writing a dictionary of this, with various terms and terminologies. No problem. I only need about twenty more wives like her to help me. (General laughter) I'm joking you know. Nevertheless, we revert back to the question of terminology. Do you know the true meaning - I mean as a blooming Professor of Philology, I should know my stupid shitology. (General laughter) That's for sure. So, we go into etymology and definitions of words and formations, constructions, and all those things that are involved in it. So what do we find, as the end result? What word did we start with, darling? Voice. Terminology. Gururaj. Terminology comes from derivation of Greek and Latin, okay, it’s not important but terminology means to terminate yourself, to terminate the feeling that you are you, and to find the ideology in the terminology - oh Jesus - (General laughter) of your true self, not that little ego self of yours, but true self. That is Divinity, that. Look, how can anyone describe it, you can only experience it, yes of course. So we get away from terminology, from ideology, from mythology, from shitology. Have you got any more words to add on to my dictionary? Look, look, look of course, we've got to have a little fun together too you know, so we get away from all that, and find our real selves. And when we find our real selves, all the problems of the little self evaporates and disappears. Try it okay, try, give it a chance would you please. And you'll feel so much happy within yourself. And is that not what everyone is seeking for, to find their own

5. UK 88-2 personal happiness within themselves, because, look going back to the damn dictionary, within, ‘with-in’ yourself. Jesus, if you guys can only realise the meaning of this, it would be wonderful. With-IN yourself. Who is the ‘your’? And what is the self? And to come to these realisations, okay, we give it a little chance. But remember your Guruji’s words. Because these things are not formulated by any Scriptural instructions or teachings of philosophers, or who have you, Kant, and Schopenhauer, and Fichte, and all these bloody idiots. Our philosophy is the philosophy of the heart, and to find that heart within ourselves, and then to be able to express it from out of ourselves. It’s very important. That's the meaning, look you know, in my travels around the world, I meet all these Professors of Philosophy and Psychology and whatever. Okay. But Jesus, they do not know anything at all. They study these volumes of books, and they lecture on that, and but you know, good lord, they do not understand themselves. These stupid bastardos, that call themselves Professors or, right, they're more mixed up within themselves, and in that mixed-upness as Professors, they are mixing up the students. No my darlings, no. To realise one self, to find that inner being within one self, that is important, because that is what will give you peace in yourself. What? I suppose we take a little break, and get together. Fine. Namaste. Namaste. END

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