what is nirankari mission?

India
November 10, 2006 8:30pm CST
The Mission believes in God, who is One, omnipresent, omnipotent, omniscient, eternal, formless, a non-psychic objective reality and perceivable. He is distinct from celestial bodies such as sun, moon, stars; earthly elements such as earth, water, fire; and subtle elements such as air, ethar and jeeva. These nine elements constitute the entire creation and are distinguishable from the tenth, the All-pervading Divine Spirit, which creates, sustains and regulates the whole universe. This aspect of cosmos has been termed as 'Nirankar' (Formless God), though invisible yet all-pervading. In fact what we see is unreal as it decays and dies. But what we do not see is reality because out of that invisible power the visible comes into existence. The changeless in the changing physical world is called God and the changeless in the changing human body is called the Soul. The one who experiences it is known as 'Nirankari'. The sole aim of the Mission is to impart the knowledge of Nirankar ( The Formless God) to the seekers' soul. Hence its name, ' The Sant Nirankari Mission'.
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• Abbotsford, Wisconsin
12 Nov 06
That is kind of neat. Similar to Heinzism path. Believing God has one, or many forms any form God/Spirit may choose. Thanks for sharing.