These 10 miraculous lessons from Sai Satcharita will transform your life
Who is Sai Baba?
A 16-year-old walked to Shirdi and then became a saint who lovingly fulfills all the wishes of his devotees. Guiding, protecting and acting through his devotees, he manifests 'Grace' and is an incarnation of the formless omnipresent Divine! He is Saibaba of Shirdi.
Miracles of Sai Baba
Commonly known as Sai Baba, he has a large number of devotees and is revered as an incarnation of God by his devotees. He lived and spent most of his life in Shirdi, a small village in Maharashtra, which now has become one of the most-visited pilgrimages in India.
Miracles of Sai Baba
His ways of bestowing grace are unknown, but his devotees experience his miracles all the time.
What is Sai Satcharita?
Sai satcharitra is the holy book that helps devotees to learn how baba lived his simple life before he attained mukthi in 1918. Reading about his life helped devotes to learn how he works in moulding people's character and life . It’s something to be felt by one’s own relationship and bond with baba who alone can understand how a true saint can act on him or her. Take a look at the lessons from Sai Satcharita that will change your vision of looking life...
"Be wherever you like, do whatever you choose, remember this well that all what you do is known to Me. I am the Inner Ruler of all and seated in their hearts. I am the mother - origin of all beings - the Harmony of three Gunas, the propeller of all senses, the Creator, Preserver and Destroyer. Nothing will harm him, who turns his attention towards Me, but Maya will lash or whip him who forgets Me. All the insects, ants, the visible, movable and immovable world, is My Body or Form".
"There will never be any dearth or scarcity, regarding food and clothes, in any devotees’ homes. It is my special characteristic, that I always look to, and provide, for the welfare of those devotees, who worship Me whole-heartedly with their minds ever fixed on Me. The form of the Deity should be firmly fixed in the mind. Let all the senses and mind be ever devoted to the worship of the Lord, let there be no attraction for any other thing; fix the mind in remembering Me always, so that it will not wander elsewhere, towards body, wealth and home. Then it will be calm, peaceful and care-free."
"Those who are fortunate and whose demerits have vanished; take to my worship. If you always say 'Sai, Sai' I shall take you over the seven seas; believe in these words, and you will be certainly benefited. I do not need any paraphernalia of worship - either eight-fold or sixteen-fold. I rest there where there is full devotion".
"Unless there is some relationship or connection, nobody goes anywhere. if any men or creatures come to you, do not discourteously drive them away, but receive them well and treat them, with due respect. Shri Hari (God) will be certainly pleased, if you give water to the thirsty, bread to the hungry, clothes to the naked, and your verandah (courtyard) to strangers for sitting and resting."
"If you spread your palms with devotion before me, I am immediately with you, day and night. though, i am here bodily, still I know what you do; beyond the seven seas. go wherever you will, over the wide world, I am with you."
"He, who attain the supreme goal of life, is immortal and happy; all others merely exist."
"For seeing brahman (realizing the self) one has to give five things, (i.e. surrender five things) (1) five pranas (vital forces), (2) five senses (five of action and five of perception), (3) mind, (4) intellect and (5) ego. this path of brahma-jnana of self-realization is ‘as hard as to tread on the edge of a razor."
"My abode is in your heart and I am within you. Always worship me, who is seated in your heart, as well as, in the hearts of all beings, blessed and fortunate, indeed, is he who knows me thus."
“God lives in all beings and creatures, whether they be serpents or scorpions. He is the great wirepuller of the world, and all beings, serpents, scorpions etc. obey his command. Unless he will it, nobody can do any harm to others. The world is all dependent on him, and no one is independent. So we should take pity and love all creatures, leave off adventurous fights and killings and be patient. The lord (god) is the protector of all."
"To get the knowledge (realization) of the self,
dhyana (meditation) is necessary. If you practice it continuously, the vrittis (thoughts) will be pacified. Being quite desire less, you should meditate on the lord, who is in all the creatures, and when the mind is concentrated, the goal will be achieved."
Jai Sai Ram ....🙏