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The Paradox

Om Sathguru Shri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

There are often adverse reactions and allegations against a Sathpurusha. Some even work against Him. This adverse attitude of such men is, of course, willed by Him. Such men build faith stronger in the hearts of men who adore the Sathpurusha. They adhere to Him!

The opposites in men help cleanse each other, and ultimately both become qualified for the state of Sath. The Kauravas and Pandavas were so much opposed to each other, but in the end, both groups merged into Shri Krishna.

To cite an example, the wheels of a sugarcane crusher always move in opposite directions. It is this kind of functioning in opposition that gives us the sweet sugarcane juice! To draw water from a well, you have to lower a pail, and then raise it up again.

The pairs of opposites are thus essential.

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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

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The Lord of the Universe appears in human form as a Siddhapurusha, or, Sathpurusha or Avathar, then and there, at the call of devotees, when they are in crisis!

Sri Rama,

Sri Krishna,

Jesus,

Buddha,

Prophet Mohammed,

Sri Sadasiva Brahmendral,

Bhodhendral,

Sri Judge Swamigal,

Sri Swayam Prakasa Swamigal,

Sri Ragavendra Swamigal,

Sri Akkalkot Maharaj,

Sri Chaitanya Maha Prabhu,

Sri Seshadri Swamigal,

Sri Ramana Maharshi,

Sri Gnanananda Swamigal,

Sri Guru Dhakshinamurthi Swamigal,

Sri Jnaneswar,

Sri Tukaram,

Sri Jungli Maharaj,

Sri Gajanan Maharaj,

Sri Janardhana Swamigal,

Sri Shirdi Sai Baba,

Sri Upasani Maharaj,

Sri Tajjudin Baba,

Hazrat Nizamuddin,

Baba Farid,

Jalalludin Rumi,

Rabiya,

Saint Manickavasakar,

Samsuddin Baba,

Pedrushah Baba,

Haji Malang Baba,

Haji Ali Baba,

Makhdoom Shah Baba,

Nagoor Andavar,

Sri Ramanujar,

Sri Manavazha Ma Munigal,

Sri Nammazvar,

St. Francis,

St,Thomas,

Annai Umadeviar,

Sri Guru Mahadev,

Annai Mira,

Hazrat Kwaja Moinuddin,

Sri Shankar Maharaj,

Sukena Baba,

Anandvali Santhose Baba,

Sri Jungli Maharaj,

Sri Nityanand Maharaj,

Sri Swami Samarth of Akkalkot (Akkalkot Maharaj),

Sri Shankar Maharaj,

Sri Gajanan Maharaj,

Sri Shreyas Baba (in sthula form)

– all are Divine Incarnations.

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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

A Sathpurusha is essentially the Parameshwara, and is capable of anything. The devotee also possesses the state of Parameshwara. If the devotee strives sincerely in his pursuit of God, the Sathpurusha will do whatever it takes to get you there.

If you desire to have that Godhead, you have to serve the One who has already reached that state. Worship God, and God will help you. And thus you will raise yourself to a state even higher to that of Parameshwara.

Ways to endear the Guru and the Lord: A Good Life

We should always worship Him.

We should abide by Truth and Non-violence.

We should practise Charity.

We should seek the company of good men.

We should fulfill the duties imposed by our station in life.

We should carry out penances involving the three tools (mind, speech, and body).

We should not discard the practices laid down from ages past.

We should stay away from people who mean ill-will.

We should not lose faith with in our Guruji’s mantra.

We should not ridicule our Guru.

These will confer blessings in the present life and future.

Om Sathguru Shri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae” is our way to God…

Mahan Shri Seshadri Swamigal advises that the prayer be done between 3 a.m to 4 a.m. every morning.

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Om Sathguru Shri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

There are three principal modes of comprehending the words of a Sathpurusha:

Scholarship One is to explain by various references, comments and examples; this the most common mode; for this the interpreter has to be a great scholar with wide reading, thought, research and experience, and in that too, he himself must have learnt in a traditional way; the student in this case also, has to be a person of no mean intelligence, work and capacity.

Self-realization A person, who has no such scholarship, (from the worldly point of view), but who has attained the Para-Brahma, goes on talking about whatever he experiences in that state, either in a plain or a couched manner. His simple talks always have a subtle and deep meaning even though superficially they may not strike as of much importance. To understand these talks and derive the significance of their meaning can only be beneficial; in short, every listener cannot grasp what is spoken to them. His talks are not only very simple but they are illustrated with various common examples from one’s daily life.These talks of his run in the traditional groove. This mode is indeed, superior to the first.

Guru-Sishya tradition The best way to self-illumination is the Guru-Sishya tradition. The Guru and his disciple may be far away, or, very near to each other. Even when they are together they are never seen to exchange a single word. The guru secretly acts on the mind of the disciple; the mind of the disciple gets linked up to that of his guru; and as the mind of the guru is in that state of Brahma, in due course, the mind of the disciple also passes into that state. There has been no talk, no explanation, and no external sign of any communication between them. In this the disciple spontaneously begins to understand everything by himself.

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SATHPURUSHA

Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae


God is invisible: it is through the form of a Sathpurusha

that He is seen in the world.”

Q) Who is a Sathpurusha?

A) The whole creation is in the state of Para-Brahma (Lord of Universe). The only point is that very few human beings (one in millions) with the help of punya arising out of sathkarmas are able to experience their Real Original State (Self-Realization). The one who has attained the state of Poorana Purusha is called Sathpurusha.

A Sathpurusha is a Perfect Spiritual Master.

He is also known by the name – Siddhapurusha, or SathGuru.

He is the Maharaja, or the Shehan Shah – the King of Kings….

He is an Avatar in Human form of Divine Incarnation of Lord of Universe or a Mahaan (The Great One) or Para-Brahma or Aadhi Moolam.

One should stick to Him.

Q) What are the hallmarks of a Sathpurusha?

A) A Sathpurusha is seen to behave as he likes. They are never attached to, or affected by, anything they do or see, since, during all those actions, they are always beyond the state of the gross body, (i.e. they are in a liberated state) Such a Sathpurusha, always in a liberated state, is called a Jivanmukta. (Shirdi Sai Baba, Sri Seshadri Swamigal).

They know for a fact that the world is really non-existent. They know that it comes into existence in one’s own imagination. They can bring the world and the imagination into existence through their powers, and grace the world. They can bring about any change they like, in the world. They act, irrespective of the world.

They can experience themselves as the whole world, or, on the contrary, experience that the world does not exist. A Sathpurusha is beyond the worldly state. These are some of the signs of a Jivanmukta.

The one who always remembers within his mind the form of his SathGuru enjoys the state of liberated soul-the state of a Jivanmukta.

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