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Sikhism in India is originally a kind of Hindu Taoism, founded in response to the challenge of Islam by Guru Nanak (1469-1538) and influenced by the mystical Hindu-Sufi poet Kabir. Read this excerpt from Swami Ananda Maitreya’s Foreword: “This book is an extraordinary attempt to fill the ocean in a vessel. The ancient sages revealed their knowledge, their philosophy in the form of maxims and seed-mantras. The Tao-Upanished is matchless from this point of view also. His language reminds the reader of Saint Kabira of our country. Kabira is the nearest to Lao-Tse in his patronage of the simplicity and mysteriousness of life…
Fifteenth of June, 1971, was an auspicious and blessed day when Bhagwan Sri started his string of lectures on Tao-Upanishad in the Immortal Study Circle, which is specifically meant for the quest and investigation of Truth. Six sessions of a week each, have been completed up-to-date. In this book, twenty-two lectures of the first three sessions have been given together. Only eight chapters of Tao-Teh-King have been dealt with in this. It is evident that Tao-Upanishad will be published in many parts in the near future. We are filled with a sense of supreme joy in presenting the first part to our beloved readers.” The Way of Tao, vol.1, p. X

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On the basis of modern research, it seems probable that Kabir belonged to a family of non-celibate yogis converted, not long before and to a considerable degree superficially to Islam. From the writings of Kabir it seems that his knowledge of Islam was slight, rather in his poetical utterances (Bani) a wealth of Hathayoga terminology and a thought structure which bears obvious resemblance to Nath Yogis. Nath Yogis in addition to the yogic conception that all truth is experimental, i.e. to be realized within the body with the aid of psycho-physical practices, concentration, control of breathing and thus making the body incorruptible and the yogis immortal.

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hakti movement was started by hindu saints while Sufi mysticism by Muslimsaints in medieval India (1200-1700). Kabir immensely contributed to the BhaktiMovement and is considered a pioneer of Bhakti along with Ravidas, Farid, and Namdev. His concept of love as a path of suffering may possibly indicate, in some measure, a debt to the Sufis. These and other elements from Nathtradition, bhakti and sufism, kabir combined with his own mystical natureand produced synthesis which is the distinctive religion of Kabir. Traditiontells us that Swami Ramanand was his Guru (a teacher).

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“On what was planned to be my last day in India, with my address book in hand I drove up to Woodlands, a high-rise flat of apartments with a couple of cedars in the front yard. The door to the first floor was answered by a small lady dressed in orange. Already accustomed to the Indian way of life, I left my Kolhapuri sandals at the door end entered the pleasantly cool flat. The cook offered me a cup of chai and, coming from Italy, I was introduced to two young women called Lalita and Deeksha who were also from Italy. I received a lively introduction into the man they called Bhagwan (I had this name totally wrong in my notes) and the meditation he taught which they called Dynamic. There would be a discourse on Yoga that evening at 7 in Woodlands and in the morning at 6 the Dynamic Meditation would be held on Chowpatti Beach, a leisure place at night to where Saeed’s brother-in-law Kabir had taken me for milk shakes and pakoras…

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His poems resonate with praise for the true guru who reveals the divine through direct experience, and denounced more usual ways of attempting god-union such as chanting, austerities etc. His verses, which being illiterate he never expressed in writing and where spoken in vernacular Hindi, often began with some strongly worded insult to get the attention of passers-by. Kabir has enjoyed a revival of popularity over the past half century as arguably the most acceptable and understandable of the Indian sants, with an especial influence over spiritual traditions such as that of Sant Mat and Radha Soami. Prem Rawat ('Maharaji') also refers frequently to Kabir's songs and poems as the embodiment of deep wisdom.

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The basic religious principles he espouses are simple. According to Kabir, all life is an interplay of two spiritual principles. One is the personal soul (Jivatma) and the other is God (Paramatma). It is Kabir's view that salvation is the process of bringing into union these two divine principles. The social and practical manifestation of Kabir's philosophy has rung through the ages. It represented a synthesis of Hindu, and Muslim concepts. From Hinduism he accepts the concept of reincarnation and the law of Karma. From Islam he takes the outer practices of Indian Sufi ascetics and Sufi mysticism. Not only has Kabir influenced Muslims and Hindus but he is one of the major inspirations behind Sikhism as well. Despite legend that claims Kabir met with Guru Nanak, their lifespans do not overlap in time. The presence of much of his verse in Sikh scripture and the fact that Kabir was a predecessor of Nanak has led some western scholars to mistakenly describe him as a forerunner of Sikhism.