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A Dog’s Love Transcends Death

dog, Soul, Harold Klemp, Prajapati, Spiritual EyeBy Harold Klemp

A man had a very old dog, Zeke, who was his special friend.  The veterinarian had bad news, though.  The fourteen-and-a-half-year-old dog had cancer in his abdomen, but no pain.

He’d probably slip peacefully away, said the vet.  But if Zeke developed a breathing problem, it would be time to let him go.

That sad day soon came.  The man and his wife took Zeke to the vet and had him put to sleep.  Zeke was in the man’s arms when he went, literally leaping from that tired old body like a prisoner set free from his cell.

On the drive home, the man’s Spiritual Eye opened.  He saw Prajapati, the ECK Master who cares for the animals. Read More

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My Father’s Farewell

By Lillian, Mexico

My father had been brought up as an orthodox Jew, and although he was a very spiritual man, he was wary of the spiritual path I’d chosen for myself. Eckankar seemed foreign and unfamiliar to him.

But as I began to practice the Spiritual Exercises of ECK, my father immediately realized something was different about me. He also noticed that when I returned from an Eckankar seminar I was filled with more light and love.

“Whatever you’re doing,” he said, “it must be good.” Read More

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Soul Returns for Love

ECKANKAR, Reincarnation, Soul, Animals, DeathBy Harold Klemp

Siamese cats can be very finicky and self-centered.  But not Misha.

When Misha’s owner was sleeping in the morning, he lay very, very still.  Most cats are different: as soon as they are awake and hungry, they start moving around, maybe licking your face.  “Breakfast time.  Let’s get up and go outside.”  But not Misha.

Misha also had a habit of jumping into his owner’s arms, just wanting to be loved.  And after he got hugged and loved, then it was time for breakfast.  But loving always came first.

After a while, his owner began to notice there was a very close connection between the love that Misha gave and the behavior of a toy poodle she used to have named Lulu.  Misha was acting a whole lot like Lulu. Read More

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Who Greets a Departing Soul?

rp_Who-Greats-a-Departing-Soul-1-1024x819.jpgBy Harold Klemp

Q: In the ECK writings, reference is made to the Angel of Death.  Some of these references portray this figure in unsettling terms.  Elsewhere, the writings indicate the noninitiated are met by friends and loved ones at the time of passing and guided across by a benign angelic being.  Could you say a little about the experience of death for the noninitiated and what this special time means for the ECK initiate? Read More

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Discover the Meaning of Life, and Overcome the Fear of Death

ECKANKAR, Youth, Love, Relationships

By Harold Klemp

You are Soul—an eternal, individual spark of God, who can never die. Each person is a divine being who comes to life on earth with a spiritual purpose. Lifetime after lifetime, Soul grows in love and grace, ultimately to become a Co-worker with God.

A lifetime is a precious gift, an opportunity for spiritual growth and service to others. Most of all, life brings Soul the purity of love, compassion, and grace. Read More

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