and space dare not bind me”
It is true as a matter of fact Sai Baba has made himself “Unseen &
imperceptible" On several Occasions. Here is a true-story
“Baba had returned from Venkatagiri two days previously.
An Old Lady staying in the Nilayam had gone to her native village which
lay astride the road that Baba had to pass through, when he goes up to the
place or comes down from it. She had plans to halt his car on His return
drive and to offer Him hospitality in her own home. But when she learnt
that Baba had reached Prasanthi Nilayam, she had hurried back.
While Baba was conversing from verandah on the first floor with a small
bunch of visitors ( among whom I had smuggled myself) standing on the
ground, she stood at a short distance from us and complained aloud,
"Swami! How did your car come through our village without being noticed?
Our men were watching at both ends night and day. No car was seen.”
Even as Baba was chuckling in amusement at her plight, we heard the
chuckle behind us, for Baba was right behind us. “You see, I have come
from there to here; when I can do this, can I not skip your village
unseen, car and all? Time and space dare not bind me” He said. We stood
aghast at this Revelation. I sensed tug in my heart. I fell at His feet.
His face was dazzlingly divine…”
Invisible to Human eyes
Source: Loving God - P 187
long time close associate of Bhagawan and author of His biography, Sathyam
Sivam Sundaram brings forth exhilarating account of experiences with the
Lord walking on two feet and thus imparts to the readers the magical
divine formula as how total surrender makes one to near and dear to God.
Each person has to live the volumes of biography, which we bring with us,
page after page, howsoever punctuated with dots and dashes, interrogations
and exclamations, commas and colons, until the sentence ends ultimately
with a Full Stop. The author says ‘Luckily I have as my inseparable
consul, Bhagavan Himself; He dots the I’s and crosses the t’s as I live
the lines on every page. He has made the Book of Life my biography –
momentous and meaningful for me’. This book contains a bunch of the
author’s reminiscences, which may be welcomed by many readers.
This is a
spiritual autobiography by one of Swami's most famous devotees, who was
also the author of The Life of Sathya Sai Baba as well as editor of
Sanathana Sarathi and numerous Swami volumes. This book covers the
adventurous and fascinating early years of Prof. Kasturi's scholarly life
in South India as well as the many blissful years of personal relationship
in service to Swami at Prashanti Nilayam. One is amazed throughout the
autobiography by the prodigious accomplishments and remarkable industry of
this gentle man. The stories, the joy, the miracles, flow continuously.
This is a life story filled with many spiritual rewards.