Eckankar Alaska Teleconference
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ECK Light and Sound Services
For Alaskans only,
Come as early as 9:15 to visit if you'd like.
Dial (605) 475-5950. When prompted, enter the access code
9677447 (spells worship). For more information, please email
your inquiry to Zane at SpiritualServices
When God Calls, Are You Listening?
"Those who are familiar with the ways of ECK know that It does not always speak to us in a lofty manner.
It often brings us insights through something more down to earth, like a pet. Because of this, we may have a harder
time figuring out the spiritual lesson behind the experience.
"In your everyday life, if there is an incident that is out of the ordinary, that upsets you greatly, disturbs you, or
makes you unusually happy, you can be sure that behind the experience is a lesson the Mahanta is trying to bring across to you. The Mahanta is trying to give you some revelation about yourself; otherwise that experience would not have happened to you.
"When something like this occurs, try to see beyond the curtain that hides the meaning of what is going on. The
Master is trying to bring you a truth, to give you a little bit more knowledge of your spiritual personality. He’s trying to
show you who and what you are."
—Harold Klemp, The Eternal Dreamer, page 136
Spiritual Exercises, as mentioned below, are a form of
How Important Is Love?
"If you know how to love and how to put love into the
Spiritual Exercises of ECK, you will then know how to live
life correctly. There won’t be anything more you can
learn about it from reading a book, because at this point
you will have the secret of life. The secret of life is
—Harold Klemp, The Golden
Heart, p. 262
Learning to Listen to God
"Spiritual Exercises are the way to become more aware of
this life. Spiritual exercises, contemplation, and prayer
of the right kind are all the same. Basically, it’s
opening your heart to God or the Holy Spirit and
—Harold Klemp,Our Spiritual Wake-Up
Calls, p. 183
How Can We Find Divine Spirit in Everyday Life?
"As you go through life—especially those of you who
are in ECK—each morning should be a revelation. Each
morning you should be awaking in a larger room, in a larger
state of spiritual consciousness where you say, ‘Well, I
wonder what life has to teach me today.’"
—Harold Klemp, The Secret of
Love, pp. 53-54
Are You Walking the Path to God?
"This is what the path of ECK is all about—walking the
path to God. Even more, it’s about walking your path to
God. Because your path is not my path, and my path is not
yours. God made you a unique being. You are Soul.
"You are Soul; that’s the identity behind your name,
behind your physical form, behind the comeliness of your
face. You are made in God’s image. It’s an image of
divine love. But remember: if you are made in God’s
image, so is your neighbor and so am I."
—Harold Klemp, How to Survive Spiritually in
Our Times, pp. 164-65
The ECK Light and Sound services celebrate
Soul's connection with Holy Spirit, also known as ECK. Holy
Spirit, or God's Voice, constantly speaks to each of us via the
Light and Sound, the twin pillars of God in expression.
During the service, we listen to a short
reading from the ECK writings related to the day's topic and
then sing HU (pronounced "hue") with love. The HU, a sacred
love song to God and the Sound of Soul, is followed by a short
contemplation. After that, we listen to a brief story related
to the day's subject progressing to an open discussion on the
If you want to learn how to open your heart to
divine love and recognize God's voice when It speaks through
Its twin aspects, the Light and Sound, or share your own
experiences with Holy Spirit, please join us. You can explore
the wonders of HU, discover how singing HU with love can expand
your awareness, bring peace and calmness during times of stress
or grief, or help heal a broken heart.
Harold Klemp, as quoted from above, is the
Spiritual Leader of Eckankar, the Mahanta, the Living ECK
Master. He has the special ability to act as both an inner
and outer spiritual guide and teaches anyone who asks. He is
given respect, but is not worshipped.
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