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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

SATHGURU SRI RAJALINGA SWAMIGAL of THIRUVANNAMALAI

SWAMIGAL’S DIVINE REASSURING PRESENCE

Namskarams to All Sesha Bhakthas,

The day before yesterday, when I was in office I got a call from my husband, Jambu, that Vedika was not not well and her teacher had called. I was speaking to him standing outside my office room where there is a Photochromic Glass, wherein you can see outside but people outside cannot see you. While speaking to him I saw a YELLOW BUTTERFLY outside the glass – as I spoke I saw it. It did not move from where it was, and I tapped it from inside but it did not move. It felt as if it directly saw me! The same incident repeated yesterday when I spoke to mother in the afternoon!

It indeed is true that our Guru is constantly in touch with us in some or the other way. Guiding us, taking care of us.


Namskarams

Shyamala

6th. August, 2010

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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Do this Japa:

Om Namah Shivaya”

and meditate on both Annamalai and Unnamalai Ambal.

You will get abundant Moksha

Avathar Sri Seshadri Swamigal gave this Upadesam to Shri. Arunachala Swamy.


Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Om Sreem Hreem Kleem Glaum Gam Ganapathaye

Vara Varada Sarva Janame Vasamaanaya Swaha”

Shri. Parasurama Iyer received the above Upadesam from Swami. It is the mantra of Sri Vallabha Ganapathy. If is practiced 28 million times, one would become wealthy and popular with people.


Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Om Pragnaanam Brahma- Om Aham Brahmaasmi

Om Tathwam Asi- Om Ayam Atma Brahma”

Echammal got this Upadesam from Swami. Avathar Sri Seshadri Swamigal elaborated for four hours, the meaning of the above Upadesam.


Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

You will get enlightenment if you repeat the Atma Bodha Upanishad 100 times daily.”

Shri Brahmananda Yogindra Swamigal received the above Mantra from Avathar Sri Seshadri Swamigal.


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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Guhan steered a boat. Rama embraced him.

Guhan fell into Ganga and died.”

Shri G. Venkatarama Iyer was a learned man. He was a great devotee of Lord Rama. One day he was asked to address a sangam in Thiruvannamalai on the subject, Guhan’s friendship.”

He had a high regard for Swamigal. When he was on his way to deliver his discourse he came across Swami, who asked him where he was going. He said that he was to deliver a talk on “Guhan friendship” and that he could not muster his thoughts and was confused and requested Swami to give him guidance. Swami uttered the above in response and asked him to proceed with the talk. Accordingly he elaborated the above and completed his talk. The three sentences of Swami refer to Karma, Bhakthi and Gnanam.

Every one should perform the duty enjoined on him without any motive and that constitutes Karma. Guha was a boatman and he and he did his duty by rowing the boat. To worship God with a pure mind is Bhakthi. Guha thus worshiped Rama and Rama embraced him. This refers to Bhakthi yoga. Ridding one’s mind of differentiation is Gnana.

Mukthi means becoming one with the all pervading. Guhan fell into the Ganga and died”, refers to Gnana yoga and its aim of attaining moksha. Thus Swami summed up the entire gamut of spirituality in the above pithy sentences.

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