Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

Archive for January 13th, 2009

Blessings by Sathya Sai Baba

Posted by robertpriddy on January 13, 2009

For decades now, Sathya Sai Baba has been unable to give interviews to more than a tiny fraction of those who visit him. Many followers travel very far and then wait for very  long periods day after day in the hope or expectation of getting some notice, response, message or blessing to confirm their efforts and themselves. Since he has been so little available for normal communication and interaction, devotees learn from veteran ashramites how to extract meaning for themselves out of any or every word they hear him utter, or any movement he makes which could be taken as a sign. This informal system of ‘communication’ with Sai Baba grows from the belief that Sai Baba knows everything about everything and that nothing he does is without meaning. He has repeatedly stated this discourses.

Some of the many traditions on how to understand Sai Baba include:

Non-verbal ‘communications’ are supposedly derived through;-
1) letters he takes or rejects 2) his touching or ignoring ‘offerings’ like books, trays of sweets and any object held out to him 3) his glance, nod or smile, or lack of attention 4)  his  finger ”writing message on air’, touching his hair, forehead etc.,  how fast he walks past, whether he lingers. In short,  every perceptible movement – always including things he does not do – can be seen a a carrier of subtle information or messages to the devotee over which they must ponder in self-examination.

The way one comes to interpret everything one can has become an  effective group indoctrination into the ‘mystery’ of Sathya Sai Baba, which gradually gets deeply ingrained.

See also about Sathya Sai Baba’s blessing of people, their plans, books, other offerings here

Se also group effect in ashram life and the Sai movement

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