Sri Sathya Sai Baba


Recommended Reading:


Sai Baba Man of Miracles [Paperback] by Howard Murphet

My father gave me this book when I was twenty five years old. I hadn't seen him since I was five years old and when we were parting after my three month visit with him he gave me this book along with two others. This book changed my life when I eventually got around to reading it about five years later. I have written an article in HubPages explaining how it changed my life. Following is a link to that article:   Sai Baba



Cutting the Ties That Bind: Growing Up and Moving On [Paperback] by Phyllis Krystal (Author)

This book inspired by Sai Baba and dedicated to him was written by a Phyllis Krystal a psychotherapits from the United Kingdom. The book outlines a a very powerful and effective method to sever the negative ties between people and their parents. The ritual is a liberating experience that frees people conditioning that prevents them from being who they reallly. Not only does the book teach how to successfully sever the negative attchments to authority figures but it is also particularly useful in severing attchments to anyone or anything including substances that prevent a person from trully expressing themselves. I used the method successfully and highly recommend it.  


Following is a link to a series of articles written by a Sai student who spent time with the man of Miracles. The articles are a shining example of the love between Guru and spiritual aspirant. Aravind


Following is a link to Radio Sai Global Harmony Radio Sai Global Harmony brings you 24 hours a day, every day, The Universal Message of Love of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.


The Gayatri Mantra

I first time I heard of the Gayatri Mantra was when I went to see Sri Sathya Sai Baba in Puttaparthi India in 1996. I heard Sai Baba speaking about the mantra and the benefits to any person who regularly chanted the mantra. He described the mantra as a way to enlightenment and as long as you clung the mantra he would rescue you. When I returned home a fellow teacher who ran a video club in the school I taught at made a video of me explaining the mantra. Following is part of that video we made shortly after my return from India.