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2.  Two Study Guides for 11th World Conference: (1) Unity & (2) Purity

Sai Ram,   Dear Brothers and Sisters: Om Sri Sai Ram. We will hold the 11th World Conference in Prasanthi Nilayam in November 2020, in conjunction with the 95th Birthday celebrations of our Lord, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The theme of the Conference is “Unity is Divinity; Purity is Enlightenment”. In preparation for this landmark event, the SSIO will organise Pre-World Conferences in all … Continue reading Two Study Guides for 11th World Conference: (1) Unity & (2) Purity »

3.  Study circle on Unity in Diversity – Cultural inclusion

Unity in Diversity, Purity in Unity and Divinity in Purity (Cultural inclusion and expansion initiative of SSIO, USA) Title: What does unity in diversity mean and how does one practice it? Spiritual Principle: To deepen our understanding of the unity in diversity, so that visitors from all faiths and cultures can know that we truly are a universal and all-inclusive multi-faith organization. Quotes: “God is … Continue reading Study circle on Unity in Diversity – Cultural inclusion »

4.  Stagnation In The Same Class

Study Circle 10/28/18: Sathya Sai Speaks Vol 7 Chapter 2 Maintain inner equanimity with all your strength It is Maayaa (illusion) that makes man take the Naama and Ruupa (the name and the form) as real. Attachment is born out of this Maayaa only. It acts like a veil to hide the reality behind all this multiplicity. Maayaa is the vesture of Maadhava (God); he … Continue reading Stagnation In The Same Class »

5.  Being Non Judgemental

STUDY CIRCLE SERIES: RIGHT THINKING AM I BEING NON JUDGEMENTAL AND ACCEPTING PEOPLE AS THEY ARE? SWAMI’S QUOTE: Do not judge others to decide whether they deserve your service. Find out only whether, they are distressed; that is enough credential. do not examine how they behave towards others; they can be certainly transformed by love. Service is for you as sacred as a vow, a … Continue reading Being Non Judgemental »

6.  Do not try to cover up your defects / The best way of serving God

Study Circle 05/20/18 Do not try to cover up your defects: For that yearning and the pursuit that is impelled by it, the first equipment that is necessary for the individual is ‘a rigorous self-examination’ to remove all evil from oneself. Do not try to cover up the defects, the down-dragging tendencies and habits. When people go to a shop to purchase cloth to have … Continue reading Do not try to cover up your defects / The best way of serving God »

7.  Poorna minus poorna is poorna

Sathya Sai Speaks Vol 6, Chapter 32 Study Circle: 09/16/18 Poorna (full or infinite) minus Poorna is Poorna Every being needs prema (Love), inhales and exhales prema. For prema is the basic breath; every one is the embodiment of prema. Love knows no fear and so, love needs no falsehood to support it. It is only fear that makes people warp the face of truth to … Continue reading Poorna minus poorna is poorna »

8.  Do Not Bargain With God

Study Circle: 09/30/18 Do not bargain with God Now, people pray to God to relieve them from pain, grief and loss, to confer on them health, strength and wealth but if you develop an intimate attachment to Him and make Him yours, then He will manage to give you all that you need. Do not demean the relationship into bargaining: give me this, then I … Continue reading Do Not Bargain With God »

9.  Studies

Study Circle 09/10/18 Sathya Sai Speaks, Vol 6, Chapter 25:  Studies Earning a fat salary is not the chief thing at all; no. The aim should be the cultivation of virtue. Studies are the roots of the tree of life. The attachments which the individual develops towards kith and kin, the objects of the world, the ideals and the goals, the fancies and fashions – … Continue reading Studies »

10.  Of Him, to Him, by Him

Study Circle: 09/03/18 Sathya Sai Speaks, Vol 6, Chp 22: Of Him, to Him, by Him This day is dedicated to the worship of the Naraakaara (the Divine in human form) which the Niraakaara (the formless) assumed, in order to save man from the marshy terrain into which he had been drawn by the delusion which blinded his vision. Yama (God of death) can be … Continue reading Of Him, to Him, by Him »

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