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There are many, many ways of connecting with the Ultimate Oneness, the Truth, the benevolent, loving energy of creation – or however you choose to try and describe it.
Some people are drawn to the Sai Shakti channel.
Shakti refers to the force driving the creative process of the Cosmos, the power behind creation. Sometimes this is called “The Mother”.
Sai relates to the impulse that activates this creative force – sometimes called “The Father”.
So putting together His energy (Sai) with Hers (Shakti) we get a channel of perfect balance.
These mechanisms are essentially beyond the mind and so very difficult to understand. This is why personifications are often used as it is easier for us to relate to common human relationships. It is a way of attempting to express the inexpressible.
"God is both Mother and Father. Mother Divine, Shakti, is the female aspect of God. She is the creative power. Through Her universal womb the entire creation is born. She is the nature.
Shiva, the male aspect of creation, is the Divine Father, the infinity upon which everything in creation is taking place. His energy is the seed of everything the Mother creates.
The Divine Mother and Divine Father are inseperable; they exist everywhere together"
Shirdi Sai Baba was an Indian saint who left his body in 1918. He was an embodiment of the balanced energy of Sai Shakti.
Sai Shakti Meditation and Healing comes from our teacher, a young Indian saint called Sri Sai Kaleshwar who was a devotee of Shirdi Sai Baba. www.kaleshwar.org
As well as organising many huge charitable projects in India, Swami Kaleshwar dedicated his life to teaching western students in order to create teachers and healers to work in the west.
Sri Sai Kaleshwar Swami left his body in March 2012.