A Saipanthi is one who has surrendered to the Path of Saipanth and has become one with it. He sees all forms of Gods and Faith in Sai Baba. He experiences Baba’s presence in his life at all times.
A Saipanthi is one who not only respects and understands all religions but eventually rises above it having realized that they are different paths to reach the same Destination. This is because a Saipanthi always focuses on the Destination rather than the Path. A Saipanthi is one who has accepted that there is a God within us and our Destination is to identify ourselves with this indwelling God and become one with Him. A Saipanthi is one who realizes that Sai Baba is the Indwelling God within us. He is not only God but also our Guru and that He alone can take us above Maaya (illusion).
A Saipanthi is one who has realized that Sai Baba is the Creator and the Creation. He is one who has Complete Control over all the Elements. He sees Sai Baba in all living beings and so treats them all as one. He pledges his life to the cause of Sai Baba which is to help the suffering and the deprived.
A Saipanthi is one who walks on Sai Baba’s path with two guiding principles — Shraddha (Devotion) and Saburi (Patience). He walks on the central path, balancing worldly existence and spiritual growth. He is the one who has realized that Sai Baba will fulfil all our worldly desires to our contentment and simultaneously guide us through the Spiritual Ascent and that he will guide us through the Yogic advent.
A Saipanthi walks on the path of Gnana (Knowledge), Bhakti (Devotion), Karma (Deeds), which leads him to Dhyana (Meditation) to attain Yoga (Moksha/Oneness).
A Saipanthi is one who will reach the state of complete surrender of Body, Mind, Thoughts, Intellect, Knowledge, Possessions, Karma of the past and present, Karma-phal of past and present to Sai Baba. He understands that this Surrender is the only path to Salvation.
A Saipanthi is one who walks on the path of 'Detached Attachment’. He understands that Renouncing materialistic and worldly desires is just the beginning of Renunciation. He has to grow above Desire and not to discard or supress it.
A Saipanthi is one who has realized that the Body is the Temple of the Soul and its Nature is the Nature of the Soul (God), which is Love, Forgiveness and eternal desire for Union (Yoga). He is the one who has realized that, having surrendered to Sai Baba, he has established a relationship with Him forever till he attains oneness with Him (Mokhsha/Nirvana).