God-realization and the seven understandings – Part 3 (Final)

 

 Samadhis of animals associated with Baba, Meherabad

Soon after, he got ill, and I discussed with ‘Soltoon’s sister’ (meaning Baidul, since no man’s name would be mentioned in front of the women) where to bury him when he died. We finally selected that spot. When Warrior got very ill, I saw that if he died within three days, he would again have to take another birth, which would not have been safe for him. I saw to it that he did not pass away. So, when in those three days he did not die, I was happy. Now, no more birth for him!

When Masters touch the dead bodies of animals, the animals get human forms in their next lives. Those animals who are in contact with Masters get forms of spiritual souls in the next birth. But, for Warrior, no more birth!

Had he died within three days, it would have been different. I remember how he came to my gaadi the last time I saw him. I patted him. I knew he would die. He played a part in my work which none of you can ever grasp. He shared my work and now he is free.

Even Chum will not be so lucky. He will die before July 1941, and will be buried next to Warrior. But he will come back as a yogi. Kippy will also be a yogi in her next birth. I will not go deeply into details, because it would not make you understand anything more clearly. But I have given you some idea of my working.

Warrior, who kept me company in seclusion, died. I am happy. He died in time and not before. Even I could not have stopped that. The work was of such a kind that had I stopped it, the whole thing would have been in a mess! He was a real warrior! He played an actual part in my work.

How God works! He just takes a spirit from the spirit world, gives it form, works with it, and when it is over, takes it away! Ram’s Hanuman, Baba’s Warrior!

Elizabeth, you are not God-Realized. You naturally feel sad about Warrior’s death, but knowing what I explained to you, you should be happy.

–www.lordmeher.org, p2617

 

*Photo courtesy: http://www.meherbabatravels.com/his-close-ones/animals/

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