Talupu Teeyu Nanthalone
Puttaparthi, Sai Kulwanth Hall (1996 Special Discourses )
Na punyam na papam00:01:18
I am neither merit nor sin, I am neither pleasure nor sorrow, I am neither hymn nor holy waters, I am neither meditation nor sacred rites, I am Shiva, the Divine the ever blissful!
Nityanandam, paramasukhdam, Kevalam gnyaanamurtim, Dwandateetham, Gaganasadrusham, yogi hrudhyana gamyam, Nithyam, sathyam, vimalam, achalam, Sarvadheesaakshibhootam, Bhaavateetam, trigunarahitam, The eternal bliss, the giver of supreme bliss, Embodiment of wisdom, that which is beyond dualism, Ethereal, the goal of the meditation of seers, That which is permanent, which is the truth, That which is unsullied, which is immovable, That which is the eternal witness, which is beyond thoughts, That which is devoid of the three attributes... That is the permanent bliss!!
Jihve Rasagne Madhurapriye00:00:47
My tongue! You are fond of sweet things and have the knowledge of discriminating taste; I tell you the highest truth, which is also the most beneficial. Please, just recite these sweet syllables: Govinda, Damodara, Madhava
Neelo Naalo Nijamuga Vishnuve00:03:00
In you and in me, truly there is Vishnu. Your anger, devoid of patience, is of no use. You can be happy provided you have equanimity and equal-mindedness at all times. That alone is an experience worth having and you will realise your identity with Vishnu.
Chepputa sumabambhu, Cheyuta Kashtambu00:01:58
It is easy to preach but difficult to practice. Do we need a teacher to teach bad qualities? Is it necessary to have hermitage to teach divine wisdom? Is it necessary to take sanyasa to acquire good qualities? As there is sugar in sugarcane, good qualities are present in you.
Kaani Didiyani Cheppanga Kalaru Kaani00:01:30
One can point at a thing and say that it is not Brahman, but no one can say that this is Brahman. Whatever is unchanging, eternally true, and whatever is knowledge, and is infinite is Brahman. It is not possible to explain this in terms of words.