Humor and Laughter
“You develop more of a sense of humor as you go higher. It’s either laugh or cry, and when you get tired of crying, you laugh. It becomes a habit.”
—Harold Klemp, Cloak of Consciousness, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5, Pg. 248
“Somebody wrote me a letter recently and said that he had discovered my deep secret. He now saw very clearly why a talk went in a certain direction and why it sometimes turned out that people laughed.
‘Some of your stories,’ he said, ‘have made me wonder what the subject had to do with ECK [Divine Spirit]. Then one day, while laughing at something humorous you had said, all of a sudden I realized what it was all about: Laughter is a healer, and this is what the ECK uses to open the door to Soul.’ I thought, Oh, no! He’s found out the secret!”
—Harold Klemp, The Secret Teachings, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 3, Pp. 225
“It might help if you can see yourself with humor in a totally different environment, under totally different circumstances, being alive in Spirit for the first time. Once this happens, the ECK begins to enliven your spiritual life, which begins to affect your daily life a little bit at a time. You become able to work more fully in your true spiritual presence and to act more and more as a Co-worker with God.”
—Harold Klemp, Cloak of Consciousness, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5, Pg. 223