Das Satwinder S. Vig


Moonlighting to Spirituality


Das Satwinder Singh Vig

This book aims to inspire people of all backgrounds to believe in themselves, regardless of caste, race, religion; or bad karmas; and to balance their karmas in the future (good or bad). This best self-help book is so easy to read and comprehend that it can be understood by anyone who can read and write. This book was only published on paper and registered with the Library of Congress in the year 2000. As a result, Clinton’s name (President of the United States of America) has been mentioned in various places. Please accept my apologies for the old information. This book is really simple and contains only the most basic information.

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Author Biography

I, Satwinder S. Vig, was born in Tanzania (East Africa). From childhood I melted very easily when seeing somebody suffered. I stayed in India for 7 years and then went to England for 20 years and then I am staying in U.S.A. for the past 18 years.

I always had spiritual feelings and was in search of getting into Spiritual Kingdoms. I joined Spiritual organization in 1982 called “Eckankar”. So one day I was reading “Eckankar” book and I read one of the past Eck Master “ Fubi Kantz” and in my trance at night a man 6’0 tall with white beard appeared and asked me to make Chappatti’s (India bread) with vegetables, so I served him and when I fully woke I was surprised that I don’t have these things in my take out store and how could I serve him. I thought “Fubi Kantz” appeared before me.

Then I met “Mahraz Darshan Dass” in December 1984 and I was convinced that this was the man. I took holy name from him in Feb. 1985. I was very curious about the above episode. Eventually I asked him after a year about the above experience. As I started, he stopped and finished it. All this time he knew exactly what happened to me. He, (Maharaz Darshan Dass) had following of all religious people. 20 % of the profits will go to charities (10% homeless, orphanage and 10% to natural disasters).

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Book Review

“Time has come for every individual to obtain the knowledge of the real meaning of the mother earth, as we are proceeding to the worst era of our times.”

This short book examines many issues. It begins with a welcome and then six chapters focusing on “the mother earth,” the physical body (along with five other bodies within the physical), the human body as related to the earth, and mediations. It examines the need for positivity and balance with the planet, the harm humans have caused, and a few mystics. The author also explores the history of politics, war, and the economy within the 1990s and the selfish needs of the U.S.A.

Examining karma, God, and Satan, the book looks at karma to rectify one’s sins through reincarnation while utilizing meditation. The chapter on meditation focuses on the methods, having “good intentions,” and how to keep the balance between positive and negative karma. The end examines what the author sees as controversy, as he doesn’t believe one needs to attend church, a mosque, or a temple but instead focus on just loving one another.

The author’s book shows the need to work to save the earth with a timely focus on the necessity for balance, knowledge, positivity, love for the planet, and love for each other. The text covers a wide variety of issues. However, the general effectiveness of the narrative would be enhanced by some additional editing, especially in the areas of spelling and grammar. Overall, though, the author’s work might be a useful tool for those needing help examining the basics of metaphysics. And, ultimately, the book leaves the reader with the most positive of messages: love each other.

by Carol Anderson, D.Min., ACSW

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