Who were our imaginary friends as a child ? were they just the result of an overactive imagination or were they perhaps our previous existence.
This article provides a short biography of anthropologist and writer Carlos Castaneda, who wrote a series of books in the 1960s, '70s and '80s. These books described Castaneda's adventures in Mexico while living with an Indian sorcerer named Don Juan Matus, who lived a "separate reality" that is...
The life of Indian bhajan-legend, Hari Om Sharan has been one of dedication to bring love for God in people's hearts. Sri Sathya Sai Baba 'knew' this even in the 60s and indicated the same too in an interview session with his students.
Proximity to God points to the ability to feel Him everywhere, at all times. Here are a few experiences of a Sai student that reveal the true meaning of proximity to God - Nearness and Dearness!
Miracles 'were' one of the major ways through which Sri Sathya Sai Baba entered hearts. And He continues to do so today because miracles are His nature. Here are some manifestation miracles that I have witnessed.
God's workings are so fantastic and phenomenal that they have inspired the famous adage - "Truth is stranger than fiction". Nobody can even conceive an episode in the manner that the Grand Director does. This is a narrative that shows what it means to come to Puttaparthi.
Shirdi Sai Baba gives a promise to a teenage girl. Nearly 80 years later, Sri Sathya Sai Baba keeps up that promise to the girl who is a 90 year old granny now! A story of oneness of the two Babas...
Blood gives life and can also take life away...and as long as there have been humans with blood pumping through their hearts and vessels, there have been humans with an unquenchable thirst...or an undeniable obsession with blood. Perhaps one of the most notorious people in history known to have had...
My car, my friend. She had a definite personality, and a guardian role in my life and those of my siblings. May she RIP.
When a storm struck down the famous wish-fulfilling tree in Puttaparthi, it seemed like a great disaster. But even in its 'death' the Kalpavriksha had a powerful message on death and immortality.