Seeing the Divine in the Human

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One morning Babaji was in his small room in Kainchi. A sadhu with a half-dozen of his disciples came for Baba’s darshan. I took them to his room. After they had taken their seat, Babaji said, “This is Mahant Digvijaynath, a great saint. Bow at his feet.” When another person came, Babaji made him bow… Read more »

You Have to Sacrifice Something

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Once a Mother came to Maharaji and said, “Maharaji, you always talk about worldly things – how many children, how much education, which job, how much money. Why don’t you teach us about Brahm (the Formless)?” Maharaji said, “Okay, I’ll teach you.” The mother went off to do her work at Kainchi, and when it… Read more »

Maharaji and the Flowers

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On October 12, 1974, a holiday, I went out to a bookshop about twelve o’clock. My mother, my auntie, my brother, all were sitting on the porch. About one o’clock I returned and went through Babaji’s room to go to my own. I found that the picture of Maharajji’s feet that was always kept on… Read more »

The Sweetness We Remember

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Babaji could be so very affectionate, behaving just like a son to the Mothers. His great power, the miracles and such, no doubt were there, but the very soft, delicate, sweet and innocent impressions left by him provided a perennial source of joy—that human aspect. At night in Allahabad, Baba would take his food in… Read more »