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Monsoon Rain...
Mar 28, 2010
Swami Enjoying the First Monsoon Rain
Swami Enjoying the First Monsoon Rain

Swami Enjoying the First Monsoon Rain

Protecting Historical Monuments
Mar 19, 2010

Sri Kaleshwar and the Shirdi Sai Global Trust are dedicated to promoting and protecting all aspects of the ancient Indian cultural and spiritual traditions. Unfortunately over the years, and recently, there have been a number of articles in the press making unfounded claims against the ashram and Sri Kaleshwar regarding building and property encroachment on nearby historical monuments. Sri Kaleshwar and the Shirdi Sai Global Trust have always received permission from the proper authorities for all construction projects around the ashram in Penukonda.

Fortunately, this entire issue has recently been resolved across India by the President of India, Pratibha Devi Singh Patil. On January 23, 2010 the President of India passed a formal amendment to the Ancient Monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains Act of 1958. This ordinance firmly establishes that existing and new construction of buildings previously prohibited by their proximity to ancient landmarks and historical sites are legal and fully allowed under Indian law.

My Dear Divine Europe Students
Mar 05, 2010

My Dear Divine Europe Students,

Concerning the misusing of the content of Swami Kaleshwar’s name, I am personally and heartfully hiring Tobias Gonschorek and Tatyana Gonschorek as responsible for Europe. I’m charging them to check anybody who is doing any seminar, workshop, or healing using Swami Kaleshwar’s mission and name.

All types of students, before they are giving workshops, seminars, or sending flyers, newsletter, or articles, please consult with my staff Tobias and Tatyana. I heartfully support you whatever you are doing for the globe and the mission. No matter what I will stay with you, but try to check with me or my staff. It needs to get approved first, then you can take further action.

Don’t take as a personally, but it’s Swami Kaleshwar and Shirdi Sai Global Trust’s mission. Heartfully and lovingly I am asking all of the European students for your cooperation and support.

Your loving Swami for ever and ever, all my love and blessings.

Please send your approval requests to europe@kaleshwar.org

100 Year Shiva Full Moon Process
Oct 30, 2009

“God is nothing but you. You are nothing but God.”
— Sri Kaleshwar*

On Sunday evening, November 1st in Penukonda, Swami gave the first global conference call to his student kingdom around the world. Connecting conference call systems in the United States, Europe, and Japan thousands of students called in from around the world to hear Swami’s talk.

Swami said that we are now in the energy of the most powerful full moon, which only happens once every 100 years. Starting tomorrow night, for the next three nights, Swami will be lighting huge flames in Penukonda. The vibrations of the flames will transfer to everyone’s soul during the process. He said, “(They) will hit your soul on a consciousness level in a beautiful way.” Swami is going to take care of the process from Penukonda. “It’s the biggest gift I can give my student kingdom.”

Listen to audio from conference call

Transcript of the conference call can be read here

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Process

For the next 5 days, starting November 2nd, chant the Sky Mantra, a minimum of 1 mala (108 repetitions) to a maximum of 1 to 2 hours. It should be done at one time, non-stop at a stretch, with no disturbance. Any time of day.

Sky Mantra
Om Lingastakam Needum Punyam
Yaha Patay Shiva Sani Dhow
Shivaloka Mavapnotee Shivayana Sahamogatay

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“If you chant these five days, no matter what type problems are in your life, no matter what type of diseases you are carrying in your life. No problem.”

For this full moon

  1. No Egoism – “No ‘I’ did this. Kill the ego. Without God’s grace, even though you are a hero you are a zero.”
  2. No Doubting Nature
  3. Forgiving Nature – Forgive, forgive.
  4. Patience – Wait
  5. Loving Nature.

“Start the day with positive, end the day with positive thinking. Sleep the day with positive thinking. Be in the positive, and positive, positive. Then life will turn as a positive. Don’t think the negative thoughts unnecessarily.”

Continue with any of your other processes.

Chandra Nadi Initiation in Laytonville
Oct 17, 2009
View Photos from Chandra Nadi initiation
View Photos from Chandra Nadi initiation

“The process to make your soul and consciousness to become strong, and to create the pure bliss in life around you. You need to become the highest, strongest divine spirit on this planet and handle your soul. Handle it and the Mother Nature, in a beautiful way. That is the greatness of the Chandra Nadi Process.”

October 17 & 18, 2009: At the Church of Divine Lineage in Laytonville, California, Swami initiated the Chandra Nadi process, or Moon process, for the first time to the world.

Over 360 determined individuals made the journey up the mountain to the temple, while another 150 people connected to the event remotely from their homes. The temple grounds were transformed in the weeks and days prior by a highly dedicated seva team. Only five days before the event, the area received four inches of heavy rainfall, with continued rain predicted through the weekend. With everyone’s sankalpam and strong hard work, the tents went up, woodchips were spread, and emergency plywood laid down. Remarkably, the weather held, making it possible for the initiation to take place. The breathtaking beauty of the land, combined with great vaastu and, most of all, Swami’s grace, made it all possible.

All aspects of the two-day event were carefully orchestrated by Swami from the ashram in Penukonda, India. The program opened Saturday morning with participants gathered under the big tent to hear his welcome and new teachings via a broadcast telephone call. Night was falling in Penukonda, and despite losing the connection four times, Swami was able to transmit the ancient knowledge about the Chandra Nadi process, and detailed instructions for simultaneous fire pujas in both India and Laytonville. With exact coordinated timing, the fire puja began as the aarti flame offered to Dattatreya’s statue was carried to the Laytonville Temple’s new 7-foot wide dhuni, while halfway around the world in Penukonda the fire blazed in Swami’s dhuni and Brahmin priests began changing Vedic mantras. This chanting was broadcast live to the puja in Laytonville, creating a strong merging of the energies from these two power spots on the planet. Then the sound of Swami’s voice chanting mantras echoed down the northeast valley for the whole town to hear. The initiation had begun. Swami said that the highest charging and de-charging “started today at the fire pit.”

That night was timeless; the mystery of the Divine was evident as the Chandra Nadi Process continued on the very darkest night of the month, the new moon, when no moon was visible. Stars were visibly flung across the sky, but quickly disappeared under the thick blanket of fog that rolled in. The darkness of the night was in contrast to the glow of the temple, illuminated with strings of Christmas lights and candles to celebrate Diwali, celebrating the victory of the Light over darkness. Down the hill at the dhuni, students meditated through the night at the roaring fire of the dhuni.

The group slept in the tents as one big Sai family. Everyone awoke and slowly greeted the cool, misty dawn, while the sound of Baba’s morning song was broadcast over the speakers evoking a feeling of being at the ashram in Penukonda. Everyone slowly made their way to the food tent for a hot tea and breakfast to start the day. All seva teams worked hard and pulled together, accepting “in a sporty way” Swami’s changing plans and the dramatic shifts in weather.

That day Swami released the Chandra Nadi yantra. The group gathered under the big tent to draw their yantras, and then spread out into nature to charge their yantras with their meditation energy. With their yantras placed on the earth, and the warm sunshine on their faces, everyone settled down for the 3-hour meditation around the northeast lake, while Lakshmi, the temple dog, happily made her rounds. A great peace and stillness permeated the area.

Like a flame set to spread throughout the world, the Chandra Nadi process has been lit.

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