Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
24 Jan 2016
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Why should our spiritual practices be dedicated towards taming our out-going senses and its wild nature? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us the secret.  

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Sathya Sai Baba

Sometimes, when the steering of a car is turned one way, you may experience the wheels dragging the car in another way – this indicates there is a problem you must fix! When the tyres are flat with no air, they behave as if there is no relationship with the steering. But they can never go beyond the bounds of steering. The steering in the hand must be connected to the wheels below for the journey to happen, that connection is mandatory and inevitable. For the one who has struggled with and conquered their out-going senses, their internal instruments become easily controllable. The external world distracts your senses and attracts you and you succumb by becoming objects of experience. To overcome them is indeed a difficult task. But your internal instruments have no form even though they may be endowed with name; they have experienced spiritual bliss (ananda) before, so they can be tamed with greater ease.

- Prema Vahini, Ch 53.

Spiritual Sadhana means cultivating good thoughts and undertaking good deeds. - Baba