The Secret

Prasanthi Nilayam, The Haven Of Peace, The Chosen Abode Of The Almighty Supreme, boasts of ultimate unparalleled blessings… and how fortunate it is to be a part of the chosen land that did penance to win His ultimate grace?… Let’s tune into Sathya Sai Speaks revealing the supreme significance of being in close proximity to HIM… from Peddabottu’s Autobiography.

“Of what use is so much learning?
Is it possible to erase the fate, written on your forehead?
If evil feelings are harboured in the head,
It blunts the mind and dries it up to a trickle!”!

These sentences are proved in our Prasanthi Nilayam. “Ksheene Punya Marthya Lokam Vishanthi.” (When merits are reduced we are sent back from heaven to earth?” If the merits were increased then whatever merit was in store would not decrease. Because of previous merits one gets close to Swami. For those who makes efforts to receive His grace by staying in His proximity, this merit too will be added to their store of previous ones, and they will get closer to Him. As they do not do that, they will stay in My proximity only until the previous merit is finished. As soon as that is over, they go away. This is the prapthi (destiny) of people in Prasanthi Nilayam. At least now they can realise and act accordingly. There is no barrier. If you think and make amendments now, it is good. If you have no luck then there is nothing else left to do. How foolish people are, who ruin their lives.
“You can fill an empty head easily
When there is nothing inside.
You cannot fill a head full of all sundry things.
Is it possible to empty the head,
Full of all sorts of things of the Kali age?
Is it possible to fill the head with holy feelings,
Unless it is emptied completely?”

“Like trees that do not bear fruit and
Cows that do not yield milk
What is the use of being born and of dying?
You are born to realise the result
If you die without realising it,
Then what is it that you have realised, and
What is it that you have gained?
These are heartbreaking deeds
To Sai Who knows all your hearts.”

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II