All the Photo's of Bhagavân Srî Sathya Sai Baba
Part II - The Call
"When someone asks you in great earnestness where the Lord is to be found, do not dodge; give them the answer that rises on to your tongue from your heart. Direct him to Puttaparthi and invite him to share your joy."
Baba explained that the Linga was a 'mark' or 'symbol' representing the merging of the Particular in the Universal, the dissolution of the mind (with its agitations, aspirations and accomplishments that attach and adhere) in the Atma-awareness. The wise realize that the mind and the vast phantasmagoria that it weaves are all subsumed in the Linga, in the beginningless endless Ocean of Existence-Knowledge-Bliss.
Part II - This Shivasakthi
Prasanthi Nilayam, gate to the Darsan Hall
Part II - The Constant Presence
Baba appears in dreams to console, to advise, to assuage, and to instruct; He has said often that persons can see Him in dreams only when He wills!
The rustling of Baba's silken gown, the touch of His Smooth Soft hair, the faint foot-fall of His light lovely feet, the silver voice, the flash of lightning from those eyes, the sacred fragrance of His presence - these have served to indicate to many that Baba bas come to heal and hearten.