Divine Discourses Archive

Man’s Life Force

As we herald the New Year with gaiety and delight, let’s recapitulate the illuminating message of Bhagavan given on this occasion more than a decade ago, in 1994. Embodiments of love! Brahman (the supreme

The Secret of a Happy Life

Sometimes certain feelings originate in our heart. Clouds that originate from the sun cover the sun itself. Water that is not used for many days is covered by the moss that has grown in

Transformation Is What I Want

“I do not want your praise. I want your transformation,” observed Bhagavan Baba, in an inspiring exhortation to devotees to fill their hearts with love and lead a godly life, in His discourse on

Thought Waves Make up the Cosmos

Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, in His discourse during the Summer Course in 1993, elaborated on the importance of cultivating good thoughts and advised that we should always seek good company.   God has

The Real Birthday

Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in His Divine discourse said that the real birthday is the one when you manifest pure feelings in your hearts, plant firm faith in the divine principle in your

One God: Basic Truth of all Faiths

All religions, all scriptures, and all spiritual teachings point only to one truth—the unity of divinity. You may profess whatever faith you like. But you should not disparage another’s beliefs. It is a travesty

The Divine and the Demon

Bhagavan Shri Sathya Sai Baba, in this discourse, enthuses devotees to understand the subtle symbolisms of the Deepavali festival, and various episodes in Lord Krishna’s life, and imbibe the role of truth in life.

Feast of Grace

In the following discourse Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba says, “Have faith in God; He sees everything; He is everywhere; He is all-powerful.” The Vedas, which are the most ancient scriptures of man, have

“The Sai Religion”

Whom the Muslims adore as Allah, the Christians as Jehovah, the Vaishnavas as Phullabjaksha, and the Shaivites as Shambhu, who grants in answer to their several prayers health, prosperity, and happiness to all, wherever

Chitta Shuddhi Yoga

Man is sathyam, shivam, and sundaram (truth, goodness, and beauty). That is why he is drawn by the true, the beautiful, and the good. He hates being labeled a liar or an ugly person