Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
16 July 2016
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What is the relationship between our true Self and our individual self, and how do we overcome this separation? Bhagawan, our loving Sadhguru reminds us today.  

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In every man there is a combination of the Mayatatwa (the Deluding principle) and the Brahmatatwa (the Divine principle). Without the Deluding principle, the Brahmatatwa cannot be experienced. Without the Brahmatatwa, the power of maya cannot be manifest. On the surface of the vast ocean, countless waves are seen. There must be a force that causes these waves. It is the power of wind on the water of the ocean that produces the waves. Without the force of wind there can be no waves. Maya can be compared to this wind. The water in the ocean can be compared to the form of Sat-Chit-Ananda. The Jiva-tatwa or the individual selves are the waves of the ocean. To recognise the illusory character of the world does not mean giving up all actions or family ties. Actions should be done in a spirit of detachment. Relationships should be maintained without deep attachment. It is not renunciation of action that is required. Renunciation in action is what is necessary.

- Divine Discourse, 11 July 1987.

Sathya Sai Baba
Cultivate your heart to raise a harvest of Truth, Righteousness, Peace and Love. - Baba