Volume 11 - Issue 07
July 2013
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Posted on: July 23, 2013

Guru Poornima Discourse Special

Every Guru is known for following a particular line of Sadhana. He/She attracts disciples who are interested in that line of Sadhana. The specialty of a Sadguru, when the Lord descends as a Guru, is that that the Sadguru attracts people of all kinds of propensities. He has the capability to guide and take everyone along to the Ultimate Goal. While a Guru can be compared to a boat, a Sadguru is a ship ferrying people across the Bhavasagara (ocean of worldly existence).

In this discourse excerpt presented as Guru Poornima 2013 special, Bhagawan Baba explains the actual meaning of the trinity - Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara. Further, He dilates on the Soham principle advising aspirants on the proper technique for Pranayama and the chanting of the Aumkaara. Then, there are also tips for bhajan singers and some practical advice for one and all.

- An Excerpt from Divine Discourse on 12 OCT 2002

- Radio Sai Team



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