Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
14 Sep, 2013
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Sathya Sai Baba

Divinity is above and beyond the intellect and unreachable through the senses. It is its own law; it is independent of all restrictions and modes. Each of the senses can perform only one operation to contribute to gathering knowledge. The ear can inform you of sound; the eyes can speak of colour, the tongue of taste, etc. Know that the Divine is beyond all sensations and systems. Creation, Sustenance and Dissolution (Srishti, Sthithi and Laya) are three expressions of the Divine will. You must penetrate the inner meaning of Creation (Srishti) by performing your duty as worship (Karma Yoga), you must grasp the significance of Sustenance (Sthithi) through Devotion to the Lord (Bhakthi Yoga), and when you attain wisdom (through Jnana Yoga), you arrive at the experience of Laya, Union with Divine.

- Divine Discourse, Oct 12, 1964.

If people close their mouths and open their hearts, they will easily experience Divine Bliss. - Baba