Embark on a spiritual journey as we delve into the profound wisdom of Kabir Das Jayanti. Discover the enlightening connections between Kabir Das's dohas, the Bhagavad Gita, the concept of entropy in physics, and the teachings of Sai Baba. Uncover the timeless truths that resonate across disciplines and dive into the depths of spirituality. Join us on this illuminating exploration that will expand your understanding and enrich your spiritual quest.Read More
When we understand how our Ahankar, operates, we can begin to identify the ways in which it blocks our path to surrender. By recognizing its influence and working to overcome it, we can more easily cultivate a state of complete surrender and find inner peace.Read More
The practice of using chits to communicate with Sai Baba involves writing two options on small pieces of paper, usually "yes" or "no," and then mixing them up. The devotee then mentally asks a question or expresses their doubts to Sai Baba before randomly picking one of the chits. The answer on the chit that is chosen is considered to be Baba's guidance, and the devotee is expected to abide by it. This practice has been used by many of Sai Baba's devotees, including Kakasaheb Dixit, and is based on the belief that Baba continues to guide and protect his followers, even after His physical form has passed away.Read More
The MahaVakya, Ekam Sat and Sab Ka Malik Ek, are profound teachings in the realm of spirituality, emphasizing the concept of oneness. These principles teach us that we are all interconnected and that everything in the universe is a manifestation of the same divine energy. By understanding these concepts, we can discover a sense of unity with everything around us, transcending our dual identity and experiencing a deeper sense of peace and fulfillment. In this article, we explore the spiritual significance of these teachings and how they can help us on our path towards self-discovery and spiritual growth.Read More
This article tells a story translated from the Sai Sarovar book about an encounter between Sai Baba and a fakir named Matababa. The story highlights the significance of faith, patience, and virtuous living. It also emphasizes the importance of using one's life wisely to achieve spiritual goals, as exemplified by a parable about sparrows shared by Sai Baba at the end of the story.Read More
In Hinduism, lighting a lamp is considered as an offering to the gods and a symbol of respect and gratitude.
In Buddhism, lighting a lamp represents the dispelling of ignorance and the attainment of wisdom.
In Jainism, lighting a lamp signifies the spreading of knowledge and the spreading of light into the world.
In many cultures, lighting a lamp is seen as a way to invite positive energy and ward off negativity.
The act of lighting a lamp is often accompanied by prayers, affirmations, and mantras to further reinforce its symbolic significance.Read More
Does Sai Baba Answer Prayers - This is a common question that will envelope a newbie devotee. For those who have been devotees for several years wonder why Sai Baba used to answer their prayers before and why not now? Check out this post to get THIS answer.Read More
There is no hard and fast rule to do Naam Jaap. However still many are hesitant to think and brood over the question "How to do Naam Jaap perfectly". Bringing out the answer and gest of the topic in this post with the start of the series "Sai Prashnavali"Read More