Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Guruvaar Prarthna

Guruvaar Prarthna


Our Beloved Sadguru Sainath, please accept our humble prayers on this Holy day of Guruvaar. Baba, we are Your children. As parents, we do understand how difficult to bring up a child. Similarly we realize how much efforts You are taking to bring up all Your children on this earth. You alone our savior on each and every stage of our growth. Please be with us, stay with us and fulfill our life's desires with Your blessings. On this holy day we start our prayers by reading your advice given in Satcharita.



Oh, Shama, I tell you, furthermore, that whoever takes my name with love, I will fulfill his wishes and increase his devotion.


Whoever sings with feelings of my life, eulogises my powers, virtues and excellences, I will protect him totally, by surrounding him.


Those devotees who have become one with me with heart and soul, they will, naturally, be bound to be happy by listening to the story of my life.


Whoever sings my praises, I will bestow upon him complete happiness, permanent pleasure and contentment. Believe this as the Truth.


It is my promise to redeem the one who, with faith sings my praises, totally surrenders to me, remembers me constantly and meditates on me.


How will anyone be longing for worldly pleasures, who thinks of my name, worships me, studies me, whose holy readings are of me, who meditates on me and who continuously thinks of me?


From the very jaws of death I will snatch away my devotees. Just by listening to my stories diseases will disappear.


Listen to the story with due reverence, meditate fully upon it, intently contemplate upon it and you will attain peace.


The 'You and I' will disappear. The minds of the listeners will be absorbed in God. The mind will be a store of divine energy and full of single-minded and complete faith.


Repetition of the name 'Sai' will burn away all the sins of Kali-Yuga. Once having prostrated, past sins born of speech and hearing will be destroyed ".


-(from Shri Sai Samartha Satchrita, Chapter 3, Ovi 11 - 20)