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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

There might be saints who are content to achieve realization for them and will neither move with society nor move their little finger for the benefit of others. Sathpurushas were certainly not one of that Self-centred kind. They loved service and help up Paropakara or service to others as a noble ideal to live up to.

Those that hear the praise of a Sathpurusha, their papa (sins) are washed away and punya (the fruit of good deeds) replaces papa to that extent. In course of time the Brahma-Shakthi (The Divine Energy or Cosmic Energy or Kundalini Shakthi) begins to infiltrate into them also. Moreover, as the people are sinful and getting more and more sinful, they are not qualified to experience the Supernatural feats and miracles.

“Love rules the court, the camp, the grove,

The men below and saints above;

For love is heaven and heaven is love.”

– Swami Sri Yukteshwar

This above stanza 2 from the third canto of “The Lay of the Last Minstrel, by Sir Walter Scott. “Love is God,” not merely as the noblest sentiment of a poet but as an aphorism of Eternal Truth.

To whatever religious creed a man may belong,

and whatever may be his position in society,

if he properly cultivates this ruling principle

naturally implanted in his heart,

he is sure to be on the right path

to save himself from wandering in this creation of Darkness, Maya.

In the words of illumined sage, Shankaracharya:

“Life is always unsafe and unstable, like a drop of water on a lotus leaf. The company of a divine personage, even for a moment, can save and redeem us.”

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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

To comprehend God and His supernatural power, miraculous, limitless and boundless, one has to merge into Him. No human can feel this, without seeking the Divinity!

When the Sathpurusha (SathGuru or Siddhapurusha) feels like bestowing his grace he does it secretly; he has some deep thoughts to convey; when he speaks of them, they are generally not understood by anybody else. His words are of great significance. They are voiced from the mouth of the Para-Brahma.

Sometimes the Sathpurusha is seen ordering somebody about, in an irrelevant manner, or give one, a blade of grass, or a lump of earth, or flowers, or money. Sometimes he may abuse one or beat them. Sometimes he is seen receiving some things from others. He is always seen doing certain actions openly, certain others, secretly.

When one witnesses these actions, one should never try to find out the meaning or the motive of those actions. His words and actions should always be remembered and stored deep in one’s heart. The more secretly they are stored, the earlier they are able to bear fruit.

The Sathpurusha always removes the punya (good karma), that is likely to give sinful pleasures, or likely to add on to your sins and in return they give the punya that leads to real happiness. As a result of punya they take, they seem to live in the world in a princely style. But never ever, can those pleasures affect them. It is in their destiny to live like a prince.

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