“All worship returns to me”

 

Christ knew he would be crucified and felt it. He was all bliss. His suffering was universal, but alongside, he was on all seven planes! It is the state of Perfect [Divine] Consciousness. So, Jesus felt the crucifixion on a lower state of consciousness. Always, he knew; still, he was waiting for it. He had warned his disciples about it. And when he was finally crucified, in his lowest state of consciousness, he cried out: “Father, even You have given me up! Why hast Thou forsaken me?” (www.lordmeher.org, p3344)

The Avatar has to incur upon himself the infinite burden of “worries” of the entire suffering world, while working in the world for the spiritual upliftment of humanity. This suffering of people, steeped in the darkness of ignorance, becomes the Avatar’s suffering. This is his crucifixion. The Avatar is crucified every moment of his life on earth. (www.lordmeher.org, p2020)

It was Easter Sunday and Baba visited a Christian chapel with the group, remarking, “All worship returns to me. The sigh within the prayer is the same in the heart of the Christian, the Mohammedan, or the Jew. They are all indivisibly longing for the same God.” (www.lordmeher.org, p1933)

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