BABA MATERIALISING VIBHUTI
Paramam Pavitram Baba Vibhutim,
Paramam Vichitram Leela Vibhutim,
Paramartha Ishtartha Moksha Pradatam,
Baba Vibhutim Idamas Yami.
"BABA'S Vibhuti Is Immensely Sacred And Powerful; It's Effects Are Mysterious. One Should Take Refuge In The Supreme, Protective Power And Infinite Grace Of Baba's Vibhuti Which Enables One To Attain Moksha (Liberation)".
Vibhuti Is The Sacred Ash That Baba Creates To Give To The Needy Devotees. It Has Many Powers, For Example, To Cure Illinesses; Or To Obtain Peace Of Mind; Or For Baba To Confer His Grace Upon The Devotees.
Power of Swami's Vibuthi Prasadam
Just like when I give something it is filled with Pure Love,You should use whatever I give properly, Swami is very sad when the things he gives are not utilised properly.When I give Vibuthi to you , it is meant only for you, Does not SWAMI KNOW THE Problems of others, DO not question as to why Swami has given him and not me?.
Be happy with whatever Swami has
given you, Do not ask for more, because I know how much to give each and
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Vibhuthi stands for the divine. That Vibhuthi stands for divine strength is also seen in the various ways in which Iswara is described. One of the descriptions is that his whole body is coated with Vibhuthi and has the colour of Vibhuthi. This simply means that amongst the several strengths which Ishwara possesses is the strength of Maya. It is necessary for us to take one other meaning for this.
What remains out of our own life is
a small quantity of ash at the end. Such a big body consisting of so many
different organs, the working organs, and the sensory organs and so on,
doing so many different things while it is alive, when it dies the whole
body burns away like a piece of firewood and is reduced to a small quantity
of ash. You can purify or transform any matter with Agni or fire and all
matter reduces to ash.
Because the aspect of Vasuvu, Aditya
and Saraswati are all present in this ash, it is neither pure white nor dark
but is a combination of both these colours and is described as Sasivarnam.
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