Offering its final presentation of Parthi Yatra 2019, the visiting Rajasthani contingent of devotees enacted a Hindi drama entitled ‘Bhagawan Baba Sangh Anubhuti Ke Pal’ this evening at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Prasanthi Nilayam.
Who is a real Sai student? …this has always been a million-dollar question and the presentation this evening had the right answer for this ‘infinite’ puzzle. Presented mainly in the form of a conversation between the three-some Rahul, Vinay and Karthik with Prof. Ajay of SSSIHL, the drama touches upon varied aspects of mandates to fulfil the benchmarks set by Bhagawan, to become an ideal Sai student. The drama in the next forty-minutes unfolds greater teachings and revelations through cascading anecdotes of greater wisdom, touching upon subjects like, how to win His grace, the desired sadhana route, surrender to His Divine Will, karma and karmic effect in human life, etc. The drama was a presentation by the Balvikas students and Sai Youth of the State.
Man is not a bundle of flesh called the body, but resplendent Atma, that is God, echoed the presentation emphasising on the absolute need to be engaged in spiritual discipline. ‘If you need My blessings, you need to listen to my guidelines’, echoed Bhagawan’s Voice. Another episode on an Ashram inmate’s exhilarating experience showcased the need to develop greater dependence, absolute surrender in Bhagawan. Sri TG Krishnamoorthy’s experience once, who was saved from a disastrous car accident, Bhagawan revealed to him that it was his good load of karmic balance that saved him that day, highlighting on the need to be engaged in selfless service. To be constantly engaged in His thoughts, was Bhagawan’s direct message to Prof. Anil Kumar, who was once appeared to be morose, even when he was right in His Presence.
Even a momentary glimpse of His Love is far more impactful compared to many other spiritual chores like satsangh, reading the scriptures. How to become a true messenger of Bhagawan? Transform yourself by following His teachings, walking the Sai Path… was the parting message for the day.
Bhajans next ended with Mangala Arathi to Bhagawan.