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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

It is all One, without a Second


Namaskaram is the Hindu way of greeting and reverently adoring preceptors and elders, with folded palms.  What does it signify?  The palm of the right hand is Tat - the other, the that, the unseen immanent transcendental universal and the palm of the left hand is Twam - the I, the individual, the particularised, the wave.  When the two palms are brought together and kept in contact, it means Tat-twam-asi, the truth.  That and This are One, there is no second.  Ekameva adviteeyam.  You identify yourself with the other and declare that the other's joys and sorrows are yours.


- Baba -

O LORD, TAKE MY LOVE

O Lord, take my love, and let it flow in fullness of devotion to Thee;
O Lord, take my hands, and let them work incessantly for Thee;
O Lord, take my soul, and let it be merged in One with Thee;
O Lord, take my mind and thoughts, and let them be in tune with Thee;
O Lord, take my everything, and let me be an instrument to work for Thee.

***Click on the above picture to watch the video on 'PRECIOUS MOMENTS WITH BHAGAVAN SRI SATHYA SAI BABA'

***Click on the above picture to read my story on 'THE DAY I MET MY LORD, BHAGAVAN SRI SATHYA SAI BABA'

Baba & I 峇峇与我' - Interview with Sister Adeline Teh (Malaysia)

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