Overview for Inner Dialogue with Sai Baba
Even though the writer addresses Sai Baba, this book is intended for anyone in search of God. She poses the questions we al ask, when we set out on the spiritual path. Actually she addresses the Atma, another name for the Higher Self that resides in all of us. 'This Higher Self can manifest itself on earth in human form and as such has been given different names in the various cultures and religions, names as Rama, Krishna, Jesus, Buddha and so n However, we always deal with the same principle, namely god, who can manifest in different forms, but who ultimately transcends any form and is worshipped as the Formless Principle residing in all of us and animating everything living from within. If you replace and names of Sai Baba for one that represents your chosen deity, you may benefit greatly by these lessons which teach us how, by living righteously and in accordance with Godâ€™s will, we can be happy in the present, critical age.
Geesje Lunshof (Author)
For many years Geesje Lunshof (poet, teacher, writer) wandered through the world on a spiritual quest. Finally, in the late seventies, she returned to her native country, the Netherlandsd, where she settled down as an English teacher. In 1980, she heard of Sai Baba for the first time. Some, it became clear to her that He represented the end of her search. In 1991, after her second trip to Sai Baba in India. Sai Baba started answering her many questions in an inner dialogue. This took place through the process of written questions and answers. As many of these questions and certainly all the answers are of general interest, it gradually became clear to her that she must not keep the dialogue to herself, but should share it with others.