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Maha Samadhi Diwas Message 1998
The ultimate God, the Ancient one or the Paratpara Parabramha is the nonmanifested aspect of God and the non‐realised aspect of Divinity by anyone. The manifested aspect of God, known as Prakriti continuously goes through the triune cycle of creation, sustenance and destruction. Although, the three aspects are the parts of the same Divine cycle of time, yet due to functional division as conceived by the limited human intelligence, they are characterised as separate divine personalities called Brahma, Vishnu, Maheswar. As far as I understand the same generative energy of divinity called Brahma changes to Vishnu to sustain His own creation and also later, as Shiva or Rudra to bring it back to its primordial substance, from where again to regenerate as Brahma. This is called the “Beyond State of God”, whereas the Paratpara Parabramha is called the “Beyond Beyond State of God”. 

Human beings, a very few of them, in the path of spiritual evolution spread over hundreds of lives, reach the “Beyond State of God”. Having reached that state, a few of them, as a player in the Divine game come to the earth in human embodiment. Some such souls, known as Shivatmas remain in the God state or the Parambramha state, with all the attributes of God i.e. unlimited power, unlimited knowledge and unlimited love. It is this attribute of unlimited love or kindness that forces some of them to comedown to earth in human form and ameliorate the misery of life‐forms on earth. Such a soul is known as a ‘Sadguru’. When the Sadguru leaves His body, the same Divine “love aspect” operates through another body, ready for the purpose. Someone may ask as to where does the soul of Sadguru go after he leaves his body. The soul of Sadguru is eternal, all pervading and always in the state of Parabramha or Almighty. All Sadgurus are the same spirit and are within each other as much as they are within God or in a state of God. There are five Sadgurus guiding the affairs of the Universe at any point even today and at all points of time to come. For example, if an ant were to move on the body of one Sadguru, the sensation will be felt by the other Sadgurus. Their personalities may seem to be different but their egos are one – the ego of the Oversoul or God. Being in God state whatever they say becomes the command of God for that time as also for all times to come. 

While thinking of Sri Shirdi Sai, in the context of His Mahasamadhi day, we must remember that:

Sri Sai, as the Param Sadguru is God, is in God and will always remain as God.

He had embodied Himself by the love aspect of God for the suffering lot, and that His kindness is unfathomable.

His job is to carry out the functions of God - creation, sustenance and destruction, and to lead souls in their spiritual journey towards Divinity. After leaving the body He is there in his God state, as a cosmic reality.  

Hi is looking after His devotees and children as much today as He used to when He was at Shirdi.

His devotees may go on taking birth life after life, but Sri Sai will be there always to help and guide them towards happiness and spiritual evolution.

We must, therefore, make Him our mainstay of life and pray to Him with our heart and soul. 

Revered Shri C B Satpathy Ji is known to one and all as "Guruji" or to some, simply the ever forgiving and protecting father. He is an ardent devotee of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba, and for him, Shri Shirdi Sai Baba is the ultimate reality.

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