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Anand

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Bhagavan after his death
« on: August 27, 2011, 09:25:56 PM »
Dear friends,
When bhagavan mentioned during the last days of his bodily presence that " where can I go.I will always be here." did he mean that since a Jnani was verily the manifestation of  supreme being  ,he as supreme being would always be there to help a devotee who thought of Bhagavan.
Or did he indicate that he as Bhagavan will be there as an active entity helping the devotee whenever he thought of Bhagavan.
In  a certain sense , I am inclined to  believe the latter but believing so does not negate the notion that everything is Brahman since the manifestation of Bhagavan and the awareness of his devotees of him during his lifetime  were all also a play in consciousness as will be  when we as devotees remember Bhagavan and he comes to our rescue.
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Re: Bhagavan after his death
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2011, 07:11:52 PM »


Dear Ananda

What Sri Bhagavan had meant was - not that He was going to take
one more avatara -, but His Presence will be felt in His Samadhi.
This is vouchsafed by many many devotees, who have come to
the Asramam, after Sri Bhagavan's Maha Nirvana. The Samadhi
announces His Presence, when you sit in the samadhi hall and
meditate on Him. This is my experience.



Arunachala Siva.