Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
27 Jan 2016
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What is the barometer of genuine worship? Bhagawan lovingly describes the outcome of a pure worship, exhorting us to measure ourselves on the quality of our devotion.  

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Sathya Sai Baba

Worship with deep-rooted consciousness on the Divine, purity of feeling, and being free from all extraneous thought, becomes itself mental union with the Divine (bhava-samadhi). As a result of this mental union, the Lord appears before the inner eye of the devotee in the form that they have chosen for worship. The vision is not merely a matter of imagination; it is a ‘face-to-face’ experience. Without changing location, the devotee can abide in the presence of the Lord in the self-same place. This is called ‘being always with God (salokya-mukti)’. Besides being always with the Lord, the devotee realises all that they see as the glory of the Lord. The experience is referred to as ‘seeing always the glory of the Lord (samipya-mukti)’. Existing ever with the Lord, witnessing always the glory of the Lord, and becoming suffused with God-consciousness is merger in the divine form (sarupya-mukti). This is the final fruit of devotional scriptures.

- Prema Vahini, Ch 54.

Surrendering the fruit of your every action to the Lord is true sacrifice. - Baba