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Sant Baljit Singh (born October 27, 1962) is a sant and spiritual master in the Sant Mat lineage of contemporary saints.

Initiated by his master, Sant Thakar Singh, in 1998, he began work as a master on February 6, 2005. His teachings include the esoteric practice of listening to the sound current, shabda, nāma, or word manifestation of God and address the problems of finding self-knowledge and God knowledge.

Sant Thakar Singh presented Baljit Singh as his definitive and only successor in a speaking event videotaped before a live audience of about 1.5 million devotees in Pimpalner, India on February 6, 2005.[1][2] The master gives the spritual knowledge about how to live life and also a way how to end up the various chakras of death and birth.


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