Singing to Baba in Shirdi

When I was singing in front of Him, directly in Shirdi, in the vibrations of his bones, His Mahasamadhi, in His Gurustan, in the midst of all this places where He used to spend time and do His miracles... in His energy, again, I use the music to express my feelings and my Love and gratitude. You can watch the video and maybe you can understand what it meant to me then. 

Sitting on His lap in front of His presence, no time existing anymore, everything else is vanishing. NOTHING exists anymore, no people, no reason, no nothing... only Him. Being with Him in the consciousness, sucking the nectar of the Divine Love, endless, unbound, beyond words, beyond mind, beyond even heart feelings... only sucking the truth..for a little moment in time...

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Everyone is His Dearest Devotee (Alexandra)

That was another blessing of singing in Shirdi. You can also see how everyone is his dearest devotee. Everyone is equal in his eyes and love. There were many Baba devotees watching and listening to us sing. This was also such an honor; to sing and express our devotion in front of them. To all share our love for Baba together.  

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Singing for Shirdi Sai Baba (Kalika)

While singing to Baba the ‘I” dissolved, and a space was discovered where everything in creation comes together in mutual trust, harmony and love - like a mutual dance - a movement that we call life, except this life was not made up of individual separate beings - it was whole, completely perfect and undivided.

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Shirdi Music Experience (Kaasi)

Being there on the stage, using music in the way that I was always meant to use it, and seeing thousands of people going by all worshipping Baba, I felt completely at home. Playing in Shirdi was a miracle in the sense that Baba’s energy, and the experience of playing in front of thousands of Baba devotees, made it possible for me to completely let go of my character defects and merge with the experience of something bigger than myself.

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