Prayer is not the pronouncing of words. Prayer is the yearning one experiences to awaken the divinity latent in the heart. Embodiments of Divine Love! A heart without words is far more precious than words without a heart.

Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Vol. 15/Ch. 15, July 17, 1981.


Aum is a sacred sound and all programs of the organization start with chanting Aum at least 3 times

Prayer for Awakening the Inner Divinity

Prayers that are sung at dawn to awaken the divinity present within each one

Morning and Evening Prayers

The morning and evening prayers were given by Sathya Sai Baba on 27 July 1961

Food Prayer

Food Prayer cleanses the food of the three impurities caused by the absence of cleanliness of the vessel, cleanliness of the food stuff, and cleanliness in the process of cooking

Prayer to Illumine the Intellect

The sacred 'Gayatri Mantra' is an invocation addressed to the Sun for the improvement of the faculty of buddhi or intellect

Multi-Faith Prayers

Sathya Sai Baba has said that all religions teach one basic discipline; the removal from the mind of the blemish of egoism

All Religion Prayer

All Religion (Sarva Dharma) Prayer that encompasses all religions is recited at the end of a devotional singing session

Lead Us to Truth

Prayer to lead one from untruth to truth; from darkness to light; and from death to immortality

Closing Prayers

The waving of the camphor flame (Aarthi) at the end of a devotional singing session is to remind you that your sensual cravings must be burnt away without leaving any trace behind

Prayer for Universal Peace

This sacred chant (mantra) is recited three times after a devotional singing session to wish happiness for all the worlds and their beings

Sacred Ash Prayer

Sacred ash or vibhuti made from burnt wood serves to remind us of the eternal truth of human life i.e. all beginnings have an end

Prayer written by Sathya Sai Baba

Prayer written by Sathya Sai Baba for use by His students