This path of sufism is a rich living tradition which can be traced as far back as the 15th century. We are called the silent sufis because we practice the continuous rememberance of God in our hearts. We believe that we must be in the market place, but not of it. It is very important to have our feet on the ground living an ordinary life otherwise there is always a great danger of our egos becoming inflated. We may forget that we are only a channel for God’s grace. Many people misunderstand the true nature of spirituality, taking it to mean renouncing the world and living a solitary life. Ours is a scientific system (not unlike modern psychology) that teaches us how to maintain our poise and mental equilibrium even in the most adverse circumstances. Material objects cannot truly save us from the stress and anxiety of this world. Under the guidance of an enlightened soul and with practice we may progress spiritually.
The last quarter of 19th century witnessed the emergence of just such an enlightened soul in a small town of India near Kanpur. A silent sufi called Mahatma Raghubar Dayal Ji (lovingly called as Chacha Ji Maharaj) was a rare Saint of the highest order. His life served as an example to those who believed in leading a life of absolute detachment without ignoring family and social responsibilities. Like many sages of ancient times, he lived among the people of the world, yet this could never be an obstacle to his spiritual practice.
Born in 1900 his son, Mahatma Radha Mohan Lal Ji ( lovingly called Bhai Sahab) not only carried forward the legacy of teachings his father inculcated in him, but also made the system available to a wider audience. He remained a silent Sufi, while working and leading a ordinary family life. His powerful spiritual energy and deep knowledge attracted many seekers not only from India but from all over the world. Two of his disciples from the west, Mrs. Irena Tweedie and Lillian Silburn spread the message of their teacher’s divine path of love all across Europe and USA.
It is our great fortune that Shri Ravindra Nath Ji, the eldest son of Mahatma Radha Mohan Lal Ji, continued the spiritual teachings for desciples from India, USA, Europe and Russia . For 51 years he continued his spiritual practice and carried forward the spiritual energy transmitted to him by his father and grandfather. Besides Mahatma Raghubar Dayal Ji Maharaj and Mahatma Radha Mohan Lal ji, he was the only person who acquired his spiritual teachings from the same enlightened and rare saint, Great Sufi Master Moulvi – Abdul Ghani Khan. Mahatma Ravindra Nath took Samadhi to merge with his Guru on 30th August 2016.
Forthcoming Event – Nirvaan Divas
Date- 30th August 2020, Sunday
30th Aug is precious date for all of us who are spiritually associated with great Reverend Saint Mahatma Ravindra Nath.
30th Aug 2016 was day of huge pain for each one of us, when Mahatma Ravindra Nath left his physical body and merged into superiors and Almighty God.
we have organised a mass meditation and spiritual songs program at our residence at 5:30 PM( Indian time).
Since due to ongoing pandemic, physical presence is not possible, we will go online through zoom meeting.
Zoom Meeting Schedule:
Ajay Saxena is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Nirvan Divas
Time: Aug 30, 2020 05:30 PM India
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Meeting ID: 721 201 7844
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