The Birthday Week – Divine Communions
On 18th feb 2012, our “Pune Team” was guided to conduct meditation for abandoned Blind Women aged 50 and more years. The team also served them food (Annadaan) and performed live Music Seva.
Faith and surrender are the most important qualities that any seeker should possess. This eligibility is sufficient for his/her spiritual elevation. Masters take extra steps to guide them. Ego, Analysis and intellect always alienates. Those who have faith constantly experience miracles.
This Home for Blind is located on the outskirts of Pune city in the Khadakwasla lake region. Nilkanth Yengde was guided to this place by “The Divine”. He said that he didn’t even realise how he reached there! He expressed, “Mohanji was with me always. He held my hand and we walked to the Blind’s home. Initially I was unable to have full faith on what was happening, but when I reached there, I saw a huge framed photograph of Sai Baba. Then I realised The Leela. See how our beautiful tradition works when surrender is complete. All masters are ONE indeed!!”
We conducted Power of Purity meditation for 35 blind women. They were very receptive to the meditation and Shaktipat. All dedicated their time sincerely to the meditation. Everyone did it and a few other women joined during the meditation. They said they heard the deep voice guiding a meditation, and somehow felt like joining. What a phenomenon!
After the meditation was over, all of them were smiling. We asked them about how they felt, and their joyous outburst answered all the questions. They loved it, they said. One of them said that they would love to do this meditation again and again and this particular meditation has been most outstanding compared to other meditations conducted there. And everyone agreed!!
Then team served them food. The raw materials like wheat flour, vegetables, rice were provided by Nilkanth. The menu was decided by a vote from the blind women. What they wished for, was served! On the menu, we had, wheat chapati, cooked spinach, rice, mixed vegetable dish, and sweet dish-gulabjamun. These gulabjamuns were specially prepared at home by Mrs. Jayashree Yengde.
After the lunch, we also served them with a classical music concert. The Sarod was played by Nitiish Purohit accompanied by Mohanish on the tabla. We played raag Bhoopali for about 1 hour. Women sang Sai Baba’s bhajans and the day was concluded. Well, rather I would say, a new day. new life or new awareness had dawned!