Baba’s samadhi

 Beloved Baba’s Samadhi, Meherabad

Baba said: “When people come to a Perfect Master and touch his feet with their heads, they lay the burden of their sanskaras on him. A Perfect Master’s feet collect the sanskaras from all over the universe, just as an ordinary person when walking collects dust on his feet. This is the burden to which Jesus referred when he said, “Come unto me all you who have labored and are heavy burdened, and I will give you rest.”

Those who love the Perfect Master deeply, and wish to lighten his burden as much as possible, wash his feet with honey, milk or water. Honey represents red sanskaras (mental); milk represents white sanskaras (subtle); and water represents yellow sanskaras (gross). Some devotees place at his feet a coconut which represents the mind and symbolizes their complete surrenderance of their will to him.”
–, p2114

“Baba said it was important for anyone aspiring to have spiritual benefit to visit the Tomb [Samadhi] time and time again to imbibe the impressions of the Impressionless One.” Eruch Jessawala in The Ancient One, ed. Naosherwan Anzar, p. 12*.

“His Tomb at Meherabad and His residence at Meherazad…are vast repositories of divine impressions whose effect on those who receive them is to awaken love for God.” Glow International, February 2000, Bhau Kalchuri, p. 2*.

“The Tomb is next in importance to the proximity of the physical presence of the Avatar…. I stress one thing — never miss a chance to go to Baba’s Tomb.” Just to Love Him, Adi K. Irani, pp. 88, 91*.

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