Archive for 2020

Baba & I – A ‘Sandeha Nivarini’ Conversation

Questions galore – our puzzled mind is like a cluttered closet housing thought of varied nature, often confusing our being. How often we hope, pray and wish for the arrival of that wise one, who comes and clears off all such debris, thus training to fly free, rather than ‘fleeing’. And how about The Supreme Incarnate donning this form of the wise one, clearing doubts-many, doubts -all?  read more »

The Way Forward In Sai…

Infinitely blessed with a priceless life sojourn, knowing the Truth of  Sri Sathya Sai being The Supreme Incarnate, how do we go about leading our lives?  Lucas Ralli’s book  ‘Sai Messages For You & Me’ serves a guiding pointer here, for you and me. read more »

Aham Is The Name Of The Lord

Does God have a Name? …and if so, what is that Name. The Supreme Godhood Who is beyond any names and forms, any attributes, has a ‘Name’, the Name that is indicative of Supreme Atman and that Name is Aham… an enlightening piece of Divine discourse from Bhagawan. read more »

Sai Love Flows From Prasanthi Nilayam

Pitching into serve the needy in times of coronavirus pandemic, Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust today sent seven truckloads of provisions to various parts of Anantapur district serving over 1450 beneficiaries belonging to the Devadasi cult. read more »

The Tiger Skin Story From Prasanthi Nilayam

When He walked the Earth as Sri Sathya Sai, every moment with Him turned out to be a lesson, lesson in watching Him ‘walking His talk’, making His Life His Message for everyone to follow. Long ago during His teen days, Bhagawan encountered an English hunter at Uravakonda, who sought after Him for His magical help in starting his stranded vehicle in the forest. …And Bhagawan left him ‘enlightened’ asking him not to shoot any more wild beasts, advising him to shoot them with his camera. …And thus the story of Bhagawan’s tiger mat in the bhajan hall in Prasanthi Nilayam, as narrated by Prof Kasturi in ‘Sathyam Sivam Sundaram’. While reading this, one need to understand the inner significance of the tiger skin in spirituality. Tiger skin is symbolic of conquering animal, beastial tendecies or vasanas in man. 

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Practising ‘Samastha Lokah…’ in Essence

When the concept of ‘Samastha Lokah…’ seeps into your subconscious mind,  reflection outside starts fading in, hooking you into the Source n’ Force within, thus the essence of practising Bhagawan’s MahaMantra of Oneness, Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu. read more »

See Me in a dog also… D O G – dog will lead you to God – G-O-D

Some years ago, at the end of a Guru Purnima Divine discourse, Bhagawan urged the devotees to develop compassion. Bhagawan said then, See Me in a dog also… D O G – dog will lead you to God – G-O-D. What a beautiful statement hidden with Supreme Truth of coexistence! True, one needs to rise to a level of higher consciousness to understand and imbibe this Supreme Truth. With Bhagawan HimSelf showing all-out compassion for all of His creation, are we not, His ‘devotees’ bound to practise His precepts? Let’s learn a lesson from the Life of Bhagawan at Shirdi as to how He Taught To See GOD in a DOG, an insightful reminder from the Sai Satcharita read more »

3 Tales Of Unsurpassed Loyalty and Devotion

After the initiation into the rephrased Cosmic MahaMantra, Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu, Prasanthi Nilayam reverberated for a brief period with the Mantra Samastha Jeevah Sukhino Bhavantu, tenderly touching each being individually, thus covering the entire Srushti, Creation. Is not our Beloved Master Supreme all-encompassing, that He represents The Oneness of entire creation. Bhagawan during His sojourn on Earth did love all creatures, explicitly demonstrating for the world around the supreme significance of the Cosmic MahaMantra, Samastha Jeevah Sukhino Bhavantu! An article by avid animal lover, Late Ms Mercini Sheratt from the United Kingdom, penned a few years ago.  read more »

Cheppinattu Chestara???

Decades ago, as young Sathya, Bhagawan staged a drama of value-oriented message titled ‘Cheppinattu Chestara’, asking the ‘worldly’ around, as to whether they follow their words with appropriate deeds, practising Trikarana Suddhi, unity in thought, word and deed. Time and again during His sojourn on earth Bhagawan would send timely reminders for the man to follow suit. read more »

Heed The Call Of SadhGuru Sai… “Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu”

So full of Divine, the writer reflects the feelings of every single devotee here, our collective feelings for Beloved Mother Sai,  The Guru Of All Gurus, The Supreme SadhGuru,  The Sanathana Sarathi, that one is impulsively prompted to rhyme the famous poetic line “Sukshmam Se Sukshmam Tu Hai Sthul Itna Ki Jisme Yeh Brahmand Sara Samaya”. A poetic beauty from Sri Jullie Chaudhuri on the epochal theme of Cosmic Oneness, ‘Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu’.  read more »