09. Teachings of Avathar Sadashiva Brahmendral

Om Sri Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

A true disciple has no sadhana to perform. He has only to surrender himself completely to his Guru. Nothing could be simpler for the aspirant if there is the attitude. Nothing could be nobler than the Guru’s willingness to take over the disciple.”

– Sri Sadasiva Brahmendral

The grace of the Guru will surely well up and flow unsought towards those who are truly loving of heart and drench them with his life-giving grace.

Sahaja Samadhi: “A curd seller goes in the street with a pot of curds on her head. People hail her, not by her name, but calling out for curds. She knows she is not the curd and yet she responds to their call.

Even so, the Gnani is beyond doubt aware, that he is the Atman, which is Sathchidananda. Still he would behave as one subject to three states that condition the world of name and form. He lives for the good of the world as one belonging to it, knowing this truth fully well. Such a person is said to be in the state of Sahaja Samadhi.

The sweet taste of sugar cannot be isolated from sugar, for it is present in every particle of sugar. In the same way, God is present in everyone in the Universe. He is part and parcel of everything. Nothing exists without Him and nothing can exist without Him.

And finally on July 27th, 1993 Brahmendral said:

“Your destination is not my Samadhi Shrine, but remember your Guru Mahadev’s words. Proceed to Thiruvannamalai, where you have to meet two gurus. One Sri Seshadri Swamigal (Jeeva Samadhi) and another you will know on reaching Thiruvannamalai.”

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