Still Denying Your Truth?

Sai Baba

Even though we know the truth, every day (just about) we put some flowers next to our lovely statue of Sai Baba.

Because Sai Baba, shares something very simple, that is very true. Something taught by Neville Goddard. Something taught by Jesus. Something taught by every real guru I have found.

We are one with God.

That and the role of “the guru” is to remind you – of that.

It can be said many ways, but truth is truth.

“The kingdom of God is within.”
“Have I not said that you are the Son’s of God?”
“God is love. You are God. You are love.”

Here’s the deal.

When you stop denying how big – vast – powerful you are… you will stop asserting how big / small you are.

  • You’ll stop trying to be important.
  • You’ll stop trying to be invisible.
  • You’ll stop trying to force anything.
  • You’ll stop whining, sniveling, and playing the blame game.


You’ll start living again. You’ll start discovering how big – how powerful – how wonderful you really are. You are infinitely greater than you think you are.

In case you didn’t know…

I’m a guru. So are you. The job of a guru is to simply notice – what they really are – so that those around them – can notice – what they really are.

What are you? (Read this one again if you aren’t sure.)

And feel free to offer a flower…

Mr Twenty Twenty

PS: What I love about Neville Goddard is this. Neville taught, that what you hold in mind tends to manifest – in order to help you NOTICE that you – and God – are one. Once you get that, the real fun begins.

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PPS: So why do we offer the flowers to Baba? Baba reminds us – as an outer guru – that the inner guru is what really matters. And the flowers remind us that every creative act that we imagine and release – will blossom and bloom – in it’s own perfect timing – just like the flower.

By Twenty Twenty

Mr Twenty Twenty is that guy who legally changed his name to the number of "Perfect Vision". He lives his life, focused on helping people develop the inner resources they need to live their personal visions, while discovering who and what we "really are". If you enjoy his writing, let him know by emailing him at