Who Becomes A True Guru?

Nathyogi's picture



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Among 1000 men, one becomes a leader,
Among 1000 leaders, one becomes a king,
Among 1000 kings, one becomes a scholar,
Among 1000 scholars, one becomes a poet,
Among 1000 poets, one becomes a donor,
Among 1000 donors, one becomes a renunciant,
Among 1000 renunciants, one becomes a wise man,
Among 1000 wise men, one becomes a yogi,
Among 1000 yogis, one becomes a devotee,
Among 1000 devotees, one becomes dear to God,
Among 1000 such dear men, one knows Him in essence,
Among 1000 such knowers, one becomes a disciple,
Among 1000 such disciples, only one becomes the Guru.

*** Salutations to the shoes of my Eternal Father Guru Siddha Nath ***



atlantis's picture

There is no connection

There is no connection between being a disciple and being a guru. Actually, maybe a precondition for becoming a true master is that you haven't been a disciple to no one ever, the most renowned masters had no guru - Buddha, Jesus, Mahavira, Muhammad and so on.

atlantis | Fri, 08/08/2014 - 13:22
Nathyogi's picture

Re: There is no connection

It is your lack of understanding saying that They had no Gurus.

The second thing is that neither you nor anybody can be equated with Buddha, Jesus, Mahavira, Muhammad is an established fact in the world.

None can imitate Them is a well known truth to the wise and genuine seekers of truth.

Nathyogi | Mon, 08/11/2014 - 04:16