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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae


Mahan Sri Seshadri Swamigal of Thiruvannamalai

Please show me some miracle…”

One day, Suryanarayana Iyer saw Swamiji standing near a neem tree close to the Sri Arunachaleshwar (Shiva) temple and prostrated before him. Getting up he told Swamiji, “People say you are a big Mahan (Avathar). I want to understand your powers. Please show me some miracle.” He pleaded with Swamiji a number times in the above manner. Swamiji went here and there for some time, and then he picked up some dried leaves lying on the ground and asked him to eat them.

What a miracle! When he ate them, he found it tasted like sugar cane!

He wondered whether it was sugar or candy!

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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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