Sakala means 'all', 'including all', 'entire', 'full', 'complete'. He is the bodhaka (teacher) of all Thatwas, Truths, Primary Principles, that underlie knowledge. Thatwam means 'that' and 'you'. The relation between that and you (whether that is a projection of 'you' or 'that' is separate and distinct from 'you') is the primary thing to be known. Baba insists that every one should know who he is, what he is and why he has come to this world. He says that the highest detachment (vairagya) can be won only by the highest knowledge, by which we recognize all as Brahmam. 'When you see the Panduranga Idol as stone, you cognize stone only; when you see it as Panduranga, you are not aware of the stone. So too cognize the world as Brahmam, of which, with which, and from which it has come; then no hate or greed or malice or envy can torment you. The Vairagya, born of this Viveka, will lead you to the realization of Reality.'
Baba teaches us all the various paths that lead to this superconsummation, the Path of Dhyana (vide His book, Dhyanavahini) and the Path of Jnana (vide His book Jnanavahini). He tells us that the study of sacred books, the repetition of the name of God as a constant mental exercise, the ceremonial worship of the pictures or idols of God, the singing of Hymns, all these are beneficial processes by which the consciousness is cleansed of egotism, so that God can be revealed therein.