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Every Sunday of each month, people from all walks of life gather to celebrate a life lived in harmony with Divine Spirit. Dynamic speakers and original creative arts demonstrate the gifts to be found through daily practice of the spiritual principles taught in Eckankar.

You are invited to come and experience spiritual growth and fellowship, as you explore what could be your next spiritual step.

Programme of Activities on Sundays
Satsang Classes ( 2nd. And 3rd. Sunday) 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Book Discussion Classes 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Book Discussion Classes for Visitors (Seekers) 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Workshops & Members Meetings 8.00 am - 9.15 am
ECK Consecration & ECK Rite of Passage Ceremonies 8.00 am - 9.15 am
HU Song: 9.30 am - 9.50 am

ECK Worship Service begins at 10.00am prompt and ends at 11.30am at all Local ECK Centres except at Tema where it begins at 9.15am and ends at 10.45 am.

ECK Worship Service Reading: October - December 2016

Next four (4) Readings

Date:February 26, 2017
Book:The Slow Burning Love of God Mahanta Transcripts, Book 13
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Slow Burning Love of God Chp7 (pp.125) by Sri Harold Klemp, the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master, Spiritual Leader of Eckankar.

“… This is the whole point. No outer building is the temple of God. No outer temple can be more sacred than the temple of God within you. If the temple of God is very sacred to you, you can come into any building, and that building will be as sacred as the temple is is within your heart. Because this temple is the one that reflects your relationship with God.

Are you filled with love? Then your temple iis good and strong. Are you filled with nit-picking, criticisms, and all the other children of anger? Then you still have something to learn, either in the present religion you’re in or another one. My feeling is that if you are having problems with anger and all these other things, please work them out in your own religion before you come to ECK.

We have enough problems trying to learn and remember how to live and be in the presence of God every minute.”
Date:March 05, 2017
Book:The Slow Burning Love of God Mahanta Transcripts, Book 13
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Slow Burning Love of God. Chpt 9 (p.175), by Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar.

“In ECK we talk about taking total responsibility for our actions. Total spiritual responsibility. I know it’s a big step, but if you understand the Law of Cause and Effect, you know that something you did two weeks ago, two months ago, two years ago, or two lifetimes ago has an effect today.

Everything you do will have an effect. The seeds you plant always come back to you. Always.

They come back to us in the form of poverty. They come back in the form of certain illness. It doesn’t mean that we can’t change the effect today. We can. We can go to doctors. We can work hard to get out of poverty. We can go to investment advisers. We can learn the discipline of working with money and saving, disciplining ourselves to show up at work on time so we don’t get fired every other year or so. We can learn the disciplines to succeed at the things that we want to.

As we learn this cause-and-effect relationship, we can look at the problems in our life today, trace back through the dream state or through intuition, and see how we caused today’s problems in the past. That leaves you with only one place to point the finger of blame: right back at yourself.”
Date:March 12, 2017
Book:The Slow Burning Love of God Mahanta Transcripts, Book 13
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Slow Burning Love of God. Chpt 9 (pp.180-181), by Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar.

“In ECK we show respect for whatever’s around us – at least we try to. We show respect for the little things that are around us, even just something like a microphone. I’m grateful for the microphone because I don’t have to learn to project my voice or shout to reach to the back of the room.

And we show respect for the people we love. I’m so grateful for the people in my life who are close to me; I am so grateful that they’re there.

I remember to tell them – I wish more often – that I love them. There are times we don’t say “I love you” enough. If you can say this from your heart, you’re showing a capability of love and respect for yourself as a spiritual being, as a child of God, as a light of God.

When the old teachers say, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” you’ve got to start with respect for yourself before you can have respect and love for anything or anyone else. And one of the best ways to do this is to sing HU, the most beautiful prayer.”
Date:March 19, 2017
Book:How to Survive Spiritually in Our Times Mahanta Transcripts, Book 16
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:How to Survive Spiritually In Our Times (Chpt 10) pp198-199 By Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar.

Good parents discipline their children so the children grow up in their society as good citizens. Poor parents let their children do whatever they want, in the mistaken belief that this is love. It’s not love. It’s almost the reverse. Not hatred maybe, but guilt. The parent says. “I’ve had it so good. How can I make it even better for my children?” Perhaps the parent’s parents had come through the depression, they knew hardship. So when their children came along, they gave them things – material things – as much as they could.

Now the generation that grew up with so many material things asks, “What can I do for my children to show them love?”

Illusion comes onstage and says. Give them the freedom that adults have earned. So children in these misguided homes are given freedoms they haven’t earned. And people wonder why there is so much crime. Look in the home. Look at how the parents raise their children.

It hurts to look at ourselves in the light of truth. We don’t like to hear the truth. People become very angry. Even good ECKists say, “That is not true. We are giving our children spiritual freedom”.

Actually, the parents are shirking their spiritual responsibility to their children. But it takes a mature Soul to know that.

Harold Klemp
The Mahanta, the
Living ECK Master
The Spiritual Leader of ECKANKAR

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