Ten times Shri Adi Guru Dattatreya has come into the world to lead humanity towards righteousness and spirituality, to establish the values of Dharma, that corresponds with building the path
for the spiritual ascent of human being. Many of these incarnations manifested themselves as prophets and gave proof of great devotion and complete surrendering to God Almighty, like in the case, for example, of Abraham who was up to sacrifice his own child as God requested to him; some of them had to struggle a lot to deliver God's word (see Abraham, Zarathustra, etc), or fight (like Mohammed
did) or even undergo a death sentence (as it happened to Socrates).
Other Adi Gurus could instead manifest themselves in their Divine, complete
form, like in the case of Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi, the last incarnation, who clearly
declared to be God, to be the one who is every thing. He pervasively and unfailingly
cared to spread Love and Compassion to his devotees and to everyone who looked
for spiritual ascent; he prepared the field for the Great Advent: the incarnation of
the Adi Shakti. His only task was to fill his disciples with vibrations of Love; he was
not the severe and strict Master who needed to make rules, but he was tremendously
patient like a grandfather is with his grandchildren.
This path reminds us also the path of our Holy Mother, who cared in the past to
estabilish the Dharma in us and now is only giving us Love and the full trust that
now we can fully accomplish the task of our spiritual realization. Shri Shirdi
“If you stretch out the palms of your hands to Me with full Devotion, I will
be immediately with you, day and night. Even if I am not physically with you, I know what
you are doing beyond the seven seas. Go wherever you want, in the wide world, I am with you.
I dwell in your heart and I am within you. Always worship Me that I am in your heart as in
that of every other being. Blessed and lucky, in truth, who knows Me in this way.”
Shri Raja Janaka
Shri Guru Nanak
Shri Shirdi Sainath
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