A Satsang with Mohanji from ‘The Love of Shirdi Sai Baba’ disciples Importance of Nama Japa Q. Can you explain the importance of Nama Japa and reading Baba’s Sai Satcharitra? Mohanji: Alignment! When you chant a name, I mean even just chant Sai, Sai, Sai, it aligns you. It brings your energy to yourself; the scattered mind comes back
A satsang with Mohanji from ‘The Love of Shirdi Sai Baba’ disciples Q. Om Sairam! Thank you, Mohanji, for joining us. Thank you for gracing us with your presence here. We offer this bouquet from ‘The Love of Shirdi Sai Baba’ disciples and volunteers as our expression of love for you. We hold you dearly
Masters who are fully aligned who have no karma may collect a lot of things from outside. And probably they’ll take it in their body, and they’ll churn it. A person whom they are deeply connected to, imagine they have a problem which will take 40 years for cleansing, the Master may take it on him and clean it in 40 days.
The soul has nothing to do with almost all the pleasures of life. The soul is totally detached from all this. And then, when the soul is done with this body, it will go and probably take another body if we carry a lot of patterns. We do carry a lot of patterns. That’s natural for us to carry patterns. This is our life, repetitive patterns, existence, coming again, the same, different bodies, but fortunately, we don’t know the past lives, so we are okay. We think this is everything. Then we define Heaven and Hell apart from us, and all that.
What is inside you? Who is the real tenant inside this body? That’s the real truth. Correct? So, we understand, we are not the projected personality, we have somebody who’s projecting this personality, and that’s the real truth. Once we find that, we are self-realised.
When you are worshipping a master or when you are coming in contact with a master, who has already settled down within and he is fully established, your worship, (forget about physical worship), even thinking, even remembering, even your meeting, connecting, all that amounts to one thing. What is it? This is the state I’m looking for. Give me that state of yours. The state makes a master. The state where the Master rests makes that person a master.