Sathya Sai Baba Jnana Vahini. Translated from the Original Telugu Published by Sri Sathya Sai Books and Publications Trust. The Stream of Eternal Wisdom. This is not just another book on the Nature of Jiva and the technique by which the Jiva discovers its Reality. Bhagavan Sri Sathya. Home; All Courses. Employability Courses. Hospitality · Automotive. Corporate Courses. ESD Control & Management · Realisation of Nano-Satellite.

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It rolls in the mire of wrong, while struggling in the dark night of ignorance to slake the thirst of the senses. He who completes or is immanent in or who fills it, the Purusha.

Now, who is it that saw? People also talk of heaven etc.

They are now like gramophone records, reproducing someone else’s song, incapable of singing themselves, ignorant of the joy of song. The mind is so influenced by the passion for objective pleasure and delusion of ignorance that it pursues with amazing quickness the fleeting objects of the world; so it has to be again and again led on towards higher ideals. If you reflect a little deeper, you will jjana that the Lord would not deny any one the chance to reach Him.

Turn back, even forcibly, from sensory attachment. Inana describes the experience of Brahman How can something that is above and beyond the intellect and the mind be described through mere words? They might ask, who are these who have conquered and wiped out the Mind?


Such an Atma has got to be cognised as Vahhini How can the Atma be the Universal Cause? Even when one has mastered the Sastras, if one has not taken up Sadhana, he cannot grasp the Atmic basis of Existence.

I do not agree. It is only Prakrithi that undergoes all these modifications or at least gives the impression that it is so modified. Brahmavid, Brahmavidvara, Brahmavid-Vareeyaan and Brahmavidvarishta.

Sri Sathya Sai Baba Jnana Vahini

It knows no caste or class or conflict. So also the same mental process creates the appearance of Jiva and Eswara as pervading and immanent, in the background of Jagath.

For the practice of the vahink on identity with Brahmam is done by the Ajnani for his liberation from the shackles of that illusion. The Purusha is but the eternal Witness, the Ever-inactive, the Modification-less. Another interesting point is this: It is ever-changing, this affection towards things seen through the deluded eye; it is limited, not unlimited.

That mind is in bondage which craves for objects, for the company of men, and prefers this location or that. By special discipline, the turbulence of the mind can be calmed; as a result of this, it becomes possible to taste the bliss of the Atma, free from its pulls. They mean being born, existing, growing, changing, getting old, declining and lastly dying.

Look at the clouds that wander across the sky; note that they have no intimate lasting relationship with the sky which they hide but for a few minutes.


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When Brahmam is known, the knower, the known and the knowledge all become One. Practise the art of moderate eating. That is the ultimage goal of all Life, the stage that is beyond the Past, Present and Future”. Things have a beginning and an jnqna they evolve and involve, there is evolution as well as involution. At one state it is called Bhakthi, at a later stage we refer to it as Jnana.

So too, unthinking, ignorant persons get convinced of the reality of the objects around them through the influence of Maya. If you take this bundle of flesh and bone as yourself, consider what happens to it, and how long you can call it ‘mine’. It must be saturated in the thought of God; that will help the inquiry into the nature of Reality. The Sruthis proclaim, “Brahmavith Brahmaiva bhavathi”. Then what shall be said of the Lord, who is devoid o the slightest tinge of partiality or prejudice and who is full of mercy?

Till then, the Jivi continues as Jivi, it cannot become Brahmam. Pur means a town ‘full’ of inhabitants, that is to say the body, in a figurative manner of speaking.