Category: Videos, Your Stories
Tags: dreams, Eckankar Seminars, Harold Klemp, spiritual exercises
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While juggling, Mick Lunzer tells a story about his creative service to God. This talk took place during an ECKANKAR spiritual seminar in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This is very interesting. I enjoyed it.
Keep it up.
Love Mick’s story! Thanks for sharing! Enjoyed reading all the comments by fellow Eckists too.
May the Blessings be!
At a recent regional seminar held in Eck Temple in Accra Ghana on 12-14 February 2018 I was on my way to work and just when I got to a junction I saw a poster that caught my attention in an unusual way. I saw a sparkling blue light flashing towards me directly when a look at the picture of the man on that posters and it very strange so I walk closer to see the details. I realise that there is strong aura all around me in that moment. I decided to attend after 5 days when the seminar started and I experience so much about God n myself which has make me to know most of the questions I was asking about life that no religion can give me..
The first time I watched this video when it was released last year (on https://www.youtube.com/user/EckankarOfficialSite/videos), I thought.. Wow.., “If he is an ECKist, then ANYONE can be an ECKist!”
Mick Lunzer, thank you for being you and sharing your love for ECK. A part of your experience reminds me of a friend of mine at work who recently shared how inner guidance has been helping him lately.
This is definitely one of my favorite videos from an ECK seminar. Natural and very creative!
Wow. What an incredible way to share ECK. Thanks Mick.
Sometimes telling people about ECK is like walking into the poultry farm, you tip-toe.
Some guy I worked with for two years had no idea I was an ECKist. We talked about virtually everything. A word popped in our discussion that made him asked if I was an ECKist. Yes, I was, nodding my head. He said he knew about ECKANKAR some twenty two years back. The book discussion class Arahata, then said that whatever anyone was going through was the person’s making. This angered him a lot. How could he be, responsible for all that he was going through. His life was hard. He needed an escape route.So, he left, and never came back.
I told him that was twenty years ago. That same Arahata could still be telling him the same truth today but in a different manner. We spoke about ECKANKAR a little bit.
I gave him a HU card and asked if he felt okay sanging HU with me for while. He obliged. I recall telling him that singing HU was not going to change his Religion but might enhance his membership. I also suggested if he felt comfortable to sing HU both at bed time and first thing in the morning. It was okay if he decides to offer his usual prayers as well, I added.
We left it at that and went about our usual work schedules for days saying nothing to each other about ECK. About a week after, he ran after me one morning shouting “its true, its true. What is true, I asked. “Your MASTER is true” How true? He narrated the dream he had in the early morning hours of that day. In his dream, he saw ECKists gathering, well dressed and looking very happy as they watched the MAHANTA in the cloud who appeared the same way in the picture I showed him earlier in the week. The Master was talking to the ECKists but he didn’t hear HIM. The dreamer said he stood a little far off the ECKists gathering. The Light around the Master was blinding. He couldn’t look at it, he said.
I was speechless myself. I recall asking him if that his experience signified something evil. Not at all, he said. According to him, that experience would stay with him all his life.
I was happy he said those words.
Thanks very much Wah Z for the wonderful experiences of all the seekers around the world.
What a wonderful, honest talk! Thank-you Mick for your guidance though your own personal experience.
Dear Mick. How much it is necessary to juggle in this school of life full of uncertainties. Fortunately, the Inner Master awards all Souls with His guidance. This is why it is important to have the reflex of the inner guidance prior acting.
Your whole story evokes awakening, diplomacy, tact, attention, intelligence, discernment, receptivity, freedom and responsibility and, absolute surrender to the Mahanta.
When we’re faithful in applying ECK disciplines, we know what to do to succeed in our mission here.
It is obvious that our exemplarity makes us different from the mass, no matter where we are (official business, family and / or private purposes).
My last visit in my country coincided with the funeral of a member of my family I freely took part. I quickly realized the importance of the spiritual work in this environment where I was not used to. Also, they ignore my ECKist’statut. I chose to stay calm, talking fewer, laughing when necessary and, listening. I even participated in the preaching of the Imam (muslim clergy) and some other inter-religious debates.
Listening, laughing, talking very fewer and, being calm, were my actions during that ceremony. I surprisely noted that my gestures were closely followed by some of the participants. Most of them reported these good assessments to my mother who could not make the trip.
In my way back home, my cousins, who were with me, discovered some HU cards in my car and the ECK pennant wrapped around the rearview mirror. “Do you know this?” asked me one of them. “Yes, I do”. I replied, handcarring one card to each of them. Later on, upon requested, we discussed on reincarnation and they were satisfied. Me too.
Gestures speak louder than words. Juggling does not conflict with membership in ECK. Of course, it requires mastering self-organization, diplomatic skills, determination, supreme intelligence, know-how, knowing how to be, total surrender to the Mahanta.
The ECK spiritual exercises are the key to the success of a juggling process. How so nice is being ECKist and serving life!
Thanks for sharing, Mick.
May the blessings be !
A very good story, there. Mick’s reluctance to let out that Eckankar was his religion reminds me of a conversation I had with another ECKist a few years back. I had observed that he wore his membership of Eckankar like a plume, with fliers, cards, T-shirt, face-cap and stickers all around him. All around him, except on his car. When I asked him why his car was left out, he had responded that he was the quintessential bad driver, ever impatient at the wheel, and did not want anyone to judge Eckankar by the way he drove. I could not fault his reasoning either.
So sweet. Such a natural way to share Eck Love. Thanks, I had some of the same hesitations. Your stories give me confidence to spread our beautiful Eck teachings.
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