Monthly Archives: May 2010

Sai Baba`s Service to the Distressed in his life time and thereafter

As described in “Shri Sai Satcharita”, from the very early days in Shirdi, Sai Baba used to serve the distressed persons. In the beginning he used to go around Shirdi village and treat the sick persons by medicines. He did … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Yoga for Diabetes

Diabetes is related to impaired glucose tolerance of the body where the insulin function is affected. Common symptoms 1. Excessive thirst and hunger 2. Frequent urination 3. Tiredness 4. Burning sensation 5. Numbness How yoga benefits Diabetes 1. Glucagon secretion … Continue reading

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The Spiritual Philosophy of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba

“The Law of Karma” Karma means willed activity or action. Akarma is inaction or withdrawal from action. Vikarma is action that is prohibited. Karma is subdivided into: 1. Nithya karma is action that has to be performed everyday. 2. Naimithyaka … Continue reading

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Risk to Live Success

To laugh is to risk appearing the fool, To weep is to risk appearing sentimental. To try is to risk failure, To hope is to risk despair, To live is to risk dying. But risk must be taken, Because the … Continue reading

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Stop Diabetes through Yoga

SDM event at Prashanti camp, SVYASA On 6th April 2010, a free camp (free transportation & fooding) was organized by S.D.M. (Stop Diabetes Movement) project at Prashanti, SVYASA University, Bangalore for diabetic persons practicing Yoga. I was one of the … Continue reading

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Sai Baba`s discourse on Brahma-gnyan

As described in Chapter XVI & XVII of “Shri Sai Satcharita”, Sai Baba gave a rather long discourse on the subject, the purport of which is given below: Qualifications for Brahma-gnyan or Self-realization All persons do not see or realize … Continue reading

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World Health Day 7th April 2010

W.H.O. definition of health: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity” Health systems: 1. Allopathy 2. AYUSH i.Ayurvedic ii.Yoga iii.Unani iv.Sidhha v.Homeopathy Theme of the year: … Continue reading

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