As the magnetism Ruzbeh N. Bharucha’s The Fakir Trilogy continues to draw passionate testimonies from readers across the globe, expressing gratitude and acknowledging “the most pure and sublime experience of connecting with Sai Baba of Shirdi,” here is another enchanting offering from the bestseller author.
The Aum of All Things is a book about Oneness. Ruzbeh N. Bharucha, while in Prayer, was revealed a meditation technique taught by his Master, which was very similar to the one spoken of by a Sage called Bapuji. An ardent devotee and channel of Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi, Ruzbeh took this as a sign to explore further, and embarked upon this journey, armed with his quintessential humour and his five-year old daughter Meher’s innocent yet hilarious queries about spirituality and life.
The Aum of All Things is a sublime and enchanting journey of time spent by the author with the recluse hermit, Dashrathbhai Atmaramdas Patel, lovingly called Bapuji, and Sushma Wazirchand Tandon, with respect called Mataji.
The Candid conversation of Ruzbeh with Bapuji (who meets just a few people and talks to still fewer), about Creation, the first 108 seed souls, life after death, moving beyond Karma, is a path of knowledge using the mind and intellect for spiritual advancement. It does not involve severe austerities, tapas and tying oneself in knots, but finds liberation using wisdom; while the author believes only in total self-annihilating surrender, faith and selfless love to one’s Master. The two seemingly different paths eventually lead to the same Final Destination.
The Aum of All Things is a book to be read and re-read. It can change your life and help you achieve internal peace. It reveals to us how to overcome the limitations of the gross body and ascend to great spiritual heights.