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Sacrifice arises from dispassion. When one is firmly established in Truth that God alone is real, and all else is maya, dispassion will automatically come.






Prajnanam Brahma is a Mahavakya. What is Prajnana? It is inner knowing, the Supreme wisdom within each one of us. This Prajnana lays hidden and reveals itself only when something touches it.

An example. I went with the ashramites to Pandaripuram. I touched the feet of Lord Panduranga. Immediately, a surge of feelings passed like an electric shock from head to toe. I cried aloud, “I belong to Him, this Panduranga is mine.” The feelings shook me; I told the ashramites, “All of you leave me and go. This is my place. I belong to Him. I will not come with you.”

Why did I feel a shock when I touched the stone idol? It is because my Prajnana was awakened. The chaitanya, the consciousness in the idol, entered me. It showed who I am. The Prajnana, which lay hidden in me awakened and made me realize my true identity.

What do we understand from this example? It shows ordinary stone has the power of consciousness, which awakens the Prajnana of those who are connected with it.


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Released on 1st Jan 2014

In this book, we have seen God's great mysterious unfolding drama. Just as each person has their own point of view, the saints, sages and siddhas have written according to their viewpoint, angle and the extent of Truth revealed to them. Though each nadi is different, all describe the same events, but with the individual emphasis of the sage or siddha. Four main themes run throughout the nadis:

1.      Swami returns in the Sathya Sai form.
2.      Amma is Swami's Shakthi.
3.      Amma's body merges as a jyothi with Swami.
4.      The coming of the Sathya Yuga, the Golden Age and Prema Sai happens.

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