Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
09 June, 2013
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To know the Indweller (Kshetrajna) you have to acquire the Supreme Knowledge (Jnana). This transcends every other kind of knowledge which is related to the physical and the phenomenal. No one can understand the Divine Self (Atma) through worldly knowledge. You need a diamond to cut a diamond. To understand the Divine Soul (Atma), you have to acquire Knowledge of the Spirit (Atmajnana). All the knowledge gathered by the analysis of physical objects or through the senses is only a form of ignorance. It has three elements: What is known, what is to be known and who is the knower. These three are aspects of the mind. Only that is Jnana which is known when the mind is eliminated. Atma and Jnana are one, though called by different names. True Awareness is Jnana.

- Divine Discourse, May 30, 1990.

Sathya Sai Baba
When the heart is pure, the light of wisdom shines. - Baba