This was a question that was emailed in to us relating to the terms "Guru" and "God".
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Babaji , greetings from Malaysia . I am actually very fascinated about how you have put your words in describing what a guru is. I have been nurturing the Guru within me for a long time and i perfectly understand what you are saying but i can never tell the difference between the words of my guru and pure illussions . seem to have a very thin line between them. But honestly i am actually very in love with you that i keep telling all my family members to look into you .
I am in love with you too..I keep telling my family to look into you too..
Again a lovely video.
I am yet to get a reply from my question actually
Prem Jeet Kaur Ji ( what a lovely name) Please be so kind as to forgive me for not having answered you sooner, but I just today came across your question for the first time. Yes, one must learn to distinguish between inner knowing and one’s own imagining. All I can say is that the former has an ineffable sense of rightness that is incontrovertable and undeniable, whilst the latter is like watching a film at the cinema and carries but the illusion of reality. The more you immerse yourself in the words of the Guru, the stronger becomes that touchstone with instantly distinguishes true gold.
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