What is meant by Samadhi state??

SAMADHI means the fixing of the MIND.. free from all IMPULSES & AGITATIONS, on the LORD, or on one`s own REALITY..It indicates the state in which one is in one`s own REAL NATURE..

Samadhi is when one is FREE from all DUALITY..The mind will be UNSHAKEN by dual experiences..

It is UNMOVED / UNMOVABLE.. like having to thread a needle..have to be intent on the job and the end of the thread has to be kept straight & pointed..

SIMILARLY.. to enter the GRACE OF GOD, which is subtler than the subtlest, the mind has to be STEADY & the EYE and the SENSES have to be CONCENTRATED on the same process..

Benefits of reading Sai Satcharitra

Waves of attachments beat high against the bank of bad thoughts and break down trees of fortitude. The breeze of egoism blows with force and makes the ocean rough and agitated. Crocodiles in the form of anger and hatred move there fearlessly.

Our Sadhguru is the boat, which will safely take us across this ocean.

Let this work (Satcharita) be in every house and let it be studied daily. Let it ward off the calamities of those, who study it regularly with reverence.

If you dive into the sea of Sai's stories, and then give them out to others, you will get an ever-new flavour of them and save the hearers from future misery.

If anybody, after bathing, reads this with love and faith, and completes it within a week, his calamities will disappear, or if he hears or reads it daily and regularly, all his dangers will be warded off.

📕Epilogue - Shri Sai Satcharita

Silence -- The best way of Praising Sadhguru.!!

In reality, the observance of the vow of silence is the best way of praising the Sadhguru.

It is Sai Baba Himself who inspires these stories and gets them written, as He desires.

Our duty is to surrender completely to Him and meditate on Him.

Practising penance is better than pilgrimage.

We have, therefore, to chant Sai's name think over His sayings in our mind, meditate on His Form, feel true love for Him in our heart, and do all our actions for His sake.

He remembered his Guru's saying that, "That is our abode and place of rest, where the mind is most pleased and settled."

"That our mind is fickle by nature, it should not be allowed to get wild. The senses may get restless, the body, however, should be held in check, and not allowed to be impatient. Senses run after objects of desire but we should not follow them and crave for them.