Sai Vibrionics Newsletter

" Whenever you see a sick person, a dispirited, disconsolate or diseased person, there is your field of seva. " Sri Sathya Sai Baba
Hands Reaching Out

From The Desk of Dr Jit Aggarwal

Vol 10 Issue 5
September/October 2019

Dear Practitioners

Janmashtmi, Lord Krishna’s birthday, has just gone by. Ganesh Chaturthi and Onam, festivals customarily celebrated in Prashanti, are just round the corner. Through these festivals, we are constantly reminded of the beauty and splendour of the divinity that resides in us. In Swami’s words “The Krishna Avatar was intended to give a perennial message to the world. He sought nothing for Himself. He kept nothing for Himself. He gave away everything to the people…He was a king without a crown. He was the King of kings. He had no kingdom of His own. But He ruled over the hearts of millions. It is this profound truth that is proclaimed by Krishna principle. If you enquire deeply, you will find that every Avatar has incarnated to convey a special message and carry out a particular mission.” – Sri Sathya Sai Baba Discourse on 4 September 1996 on the occasion of Janmashtmi. 

Lord Ganesha is the Lord of the Intellect and self-realisation, the remover of all obstacles and the embodiment of Vidya, the master of all knowledge. He will drive away all sorrows and difficulties and confer peace and happiness on all those who pray to Him with a pure heart.

My dear practitioners, if we are to succeed in our vibrionics service, we need to plunge ourselves into the ocean of self-transformation. This is the best way for us to tap into the healing power that resides in each and every one of us. We don’t have to look any further than SAI to understand the process -- “S” stands for spiritual change, “A” stands for associational change, and “I” stands for individual change. So, infact it is a process of triple transformation. This is how we can shed selfishness and rise above our animal instincts to tap the infinite source for the greater good of the universe. 

Swami says “Self-realisation should be the goal of human existence. It has to be reached through three stages: self-confidence, self-satisfaction, and self-sacrifice.” - Discourse in Sai Shruthi, Kodaikanal, on 12-4-1996. I can share with you from my own experience where I have seen time and again that when self-discipline is combined with dedicated service that is delivered with compassion and unconditional love, it is bound to manifest into powerful results and at times miracles - for both the practitioner and the patient. Putting this into practice requires us to follow a disciplined lifestyle – waking up early, meditating at fixed times, performing selfless-service at regulated times, ourselves taking vibrionics remedies strictly as per prescription, maintaining with gratitude a journal of our  progress and achievements, exercising daily, taking regulated diet and adequate rest and sleep, living in the present etc. I cannot emphasize enough on the importance of living with purpose and principles. It is now common knowledge that doing so can be game-changing.

  On the vibrionics mission front, I am pleased to share with you some updates as follows. Globally vibrionics awareness is growing. Until now we had very scanty representation in the African continent but this Guru Purnima we saw a major change as practitioners from 3 countries, namely, Gabon, Benin, and South Africa were trained in our July AVP workshop. Several practitioners have expressed their desire to introduce an “Inspirational Corner” in the “In Addition” section of our newsletter, where they can share their extraordinary experiences (but not case histories) in their lives; including, any materialisations with pictures or some other vibrionics related miracles. The intent here is for practitioners to share snippets of relevant inspirational experiences with other practitioners. With the objective of expanding our practitioner base, we have also started work on translating vibrionics books into many Indian languages, starting with Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Marathi. Any offer of seva for translation is welcome.

With that said I’d like to conclude by wishing all our practitioners all the best in their endeavours of selfless service. May the festivities bring lots of happiness, good health, and self-realisation in our lives!

In loving service to Sai

Jit K Aggarwal