Thursday, June 23, 2011

Hard Rock Cafe founder to reveal Sathya Sai Baba's secrets

An American devotee of the late Sathya Sai Baba has said that he will reveal a closely kept secret of the Godman in six weeks.

Sixty-four-year-old Isaac Tigrett, a businessman ofJackson, Tennessee, made a startling revelation that 'he is a living will of Bhagwan'.

Speaking to the Times Now television channel, Tigrett, who is also the founder of Hard Rock and House of Blues and lives in Sai Baba's ashram Prasanthi Nilayam, said that Sai Baba gave him instructions on how he wanted the ashram to be run after his death.

Trustees of Sathya Sai Baba, however, have rubbished Tigrett's claim, saying that the spiritual guru had no secrets.

Considering that Sathya Sai Baba left behind a considerable fortune, there is almost a scramble among his successors to know what the secret is all about.

Nagananda, Trustee, Sathya Sai Central Trust Board said, "Bhagwan had a one to one interaction with lot of people and it was an interaction between guru and devotee. So really it is one's own personal experience. Swami's administration was different from personal relationships built between devotee and guru. Those personal relationships had nothing to do with the administration of the ashram."

"Whenever some instructions were given & Bhagwan wanted action to be taken on that instruction, he would inform the administration like the secretary. If somebody got some instructions from Bhagwan it is their bonded duty to pass it on. They cant expect us to go an ask that have you got instructions, what that is and why don't you tell us?," added the trustee.

He added, "If Bhagwan has given his instructions in sacred talks it is his business to come and tell us. If he doesn't he can't expect us to go and ask. I don't think those discussion or instruction they had from Bhagwan have any value today as they were all personal instructions."

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