Archive for the ‘Sathya Sai Speaks’ Category

Never Forget…

In July 1977 Bhagawan was in Brindavan and when the festival of Guru Poornima was just a few days away, He wrote a letter to Sri YV Kutumba Rao, the then Secretary of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, Prasanthi Nilayam. The letter serves as a ‘Sailent’ reminder to all the ashramites at Prasanthi Nilayam… and direct directive from the Supreme One. read more »

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. read more »

Poisoned Arrows Or Scented Blossoms…Sorrow or Celebration?

All that, to which, our conscience whispers a firm “No” are most undesirable and to all which our conscience hums  a firm ‘Yes’ are the most desirable actions for man to follow. When man listens to his conscience, that is the Inner God, he moves in the right direction and thus pleases Him Who is The Indweller…and when he moves opposite, he is inflicting pain in Him, Whose directives he chooses to ignore. Every negaive thing, be it our lackadaisical attitude, actions that reeked of kama, krodha, lobha, moha, mada and matsarya are arrows, darts, shafts, missiles that hit the Divinity Within us writes Sri Jullie Chaudhuri  quoting references from Prasnottara Vahini reminding the children of Sathya Sai to awake, exult and herald in the Golden Age following Him studiously…Read on… read more »

The Lesson ‘Dakshinamurthi’ teaches…

Bhagawan’s unique way of story-telling often brings lore from ancient lives, texts and even from realms unknown to man, known only to God … here comes a beautiful recountal from Bhagawan, Who narrates a story involving The Supreme Teacher, Dakshinamurthi, from Whom it is believed that all the knowledge, sacred wisdom, emanated. read more »

Bha-Ra-Tha…

What does the name “Bharath’ stand for? … and what are the different subtle connations of the term – Bharath. Bhagawan enumerates on the subject, explaining the greater significance. read more »

Meditate Upon One Name and One Form…

During His visit to Mysore in 1958, Bhagawan had blessed Smt. Karunamba’s home with His Divine visit. During the occasion, while revealing His Truth as The Ultimate, Bhagawan enlightened the assembly of the importance of worshipping singe God-form… From the book ‘Sri Sathya Sai Anandadayi – Journey with Sai’ by Smt Karunamba Ramamurthy. read more »

Do Not Delay…

Sanathana Sarathi He Is, our Lord Supreme, Whom we have ‘earned’ by His mighty magnanimity. He Is The Maker Of All Gods and Is The Lord Of Eternity….  Para Brahmam… Blessed indeed are we, to be ‘His Own’… When, at a time, He remains aloof from human sight, when His created world shows declining tendencies read more »

Know The Truth In Eleven Seconds…

Human life is granted only to know The Truth – i am I… Not adept at the right technique, being not self-disciplined, man often fumbles, ‘delaying’ his journey and thus his Goal. Tips from Bhagawan leading to The Truth… read more »

My Task Is This…

67 years ago, when Bhagawan was just over twenty years of age, He wrote a very revealing and inspiring reply to a devotee, who was perturbed by adverse talk by aimless tattered tongues, attempting to tarnish the Divine image. Pacifying the agitating mind Bhagawan responded, explaining His Task and His Divinity. The letter was dated 25th May 1947. read more »

Who is an Ideal Sai devotee???

Who is an ideal Sai devotee and what are the attributes a Sai devotee suppose to have?  ..while many of us aspire to tag our names with the title ‘Sai devotee’, it is worth peeping into Bhagawan’s ‘own’ words, describing and defining an ‘ideal one’, via a letter to a ‘devotee’, as published in Sanathana Sarathi, October 1964.

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