“I was doing my work through you”


Baba in Sakori, 1957


Baba had previously instructed Pukar to travel throughout Hamirpur district and spread his message. He also asked for a full account of his travels. Pukar related an incident when the pujari (caretaker) of a temple had not allowed him to sleep there, even though Pukar was exhausted. The priest thought Pukar was a dacoit. Baba suddenly stopped him and asked, “Did you see any tiger or serpent in that village?”

Pukar had forgotten to mention this and said, “Yes, I did see a big black cobra. In fact, by not allowing me to spend the night there, the priest perhaps saved me from being bitten.”

Baba replied, “Then, why don’t you tell me about it?” But before he could reply, Baba interjected, “I am everywhere. I am the snake and I am everything. I know everything. There is no necessity for you to relate to me what you did on the tour. I know all about it. I was with you throughout your journey, doing my work through you.

-www.lordmeher.org, p4155
March, 1957; Sakori


“The voice that is heard deep within the soul is my voice — the voice of inspiration, of intuition, of guidance. Through those who are receptive to this voice, I speak.”
(www.lordmeher.org, 1795)

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