Sri Harold warmly invites you to participate in an ongoing Satsang on spiritual leadership.
A selection of articles and Q&As the Master originally presented for the training of RESAs is now offered here for your personal spiritual gain.
This opportunity is of special interest to Second Initiates and above, although available to all chelas. Articles are posted once every two weeks, and you can view them anytime on most devices.
These posts cover a dynamic range of topics. Sri Harold answers questions about ECK doctrine, the best ways to reach the heart of a seeker, how to resolve tangles in the ECK community, and why love is the only way.
You’ll also find contemplation seeds to open new possibilities of love and service.
Open the Gift!
- Gain a greater understanding of your role as a steward of divine love in this world.
- Experiment with new ways to reach out to life as a channel for the ECK.
- Grow closer to the Inner Master through your mutual love and trust.
Join the Conversation
Comments? Insights? Reactions?
Sri Harold invites you to share your voice with the global ECK community, as well as in local events provided by your RESA. You may add your comments at the end of each blog post.
Every article and Q&A is a portal to the one-on-one Satsang and upliftment from the Inner and Outer Master. Your personal insights are a boost to life itself as you grow—and you surely will—in divine coworkership, love, and wisdom.
This is the Master’s gift to you.
As an ECK leader, you quickly learn that there are at least two sides to most stories, so you seek them out.
A Russian proverb says, “Fear the goat from the front, the horse from the rear, and man from all sides.” Now, there’s an example of collective wisdom drawn from the lessons of history!
There are many chela stories of the MAHANTA’s protection; among the best are those of “Kaden.”
Do today’s seekers have different needs than seekers in the past? Are there new or different things we can do to help them find and connect with the teachings of ECK?
There is such a push today to stir up envy among the masses, the premise being that all should enjoy the same standard of living, merely because they exist.
How do we best serve families and loved ones as they face health challenges and translation? A non-ECKist recently asked, “What does your church do to help in these situations?”