On the morning of VaishakhVad 7th, Bapashri was suffering from fever and he was lying in bed. Swami Ishwarcharandasji told him to give his disease to him and asked him to talk. Bapashri said, “This means it will become sakam (bearing fruit) so it cannot be given. I am independent and divine Murti. By my own wish sometimes, I appear ill and sometimes all right, sometimes become invisible and sometimes become perceptible/visible such is my power. Just as the king wearing clothes like you will not be recognised even though he is sitting with you. Similarly this Mukta is sitting with you in the form of human being-he cannot be recognised. By my darshan, touch and thought innumerable Jivas are liberated. Saying so he started talking and said the devotee of God should not allow himself to be disturbed by three kinds of agonies-adhyatma, adhibhut, adhidaiva. Here adhyatma means disease of dysentery. Adhibhut means trouble from the Government and adhidaiva means agony of natural calamities like famine, etc. In such situation, he remains happy but does not leave God’s Murti. Such question was asked by a Khoja to Purani Shri Krishnadasji disciple of Sadguru Shri Nirgundasji Swami when they came to Vruspur. I have given the answer as said above. Bapashri asked Ishwarcharandasji Swami if he has memory of it or not. Swami Ishwarcharandasji said that he had memory. In Samvat 1949, he had come here then Khoja of Bharapar had come, he had asked the question and you had replied it. Then Bapashri said mine is like this. I do not know any thing about your Sanskrit.

Then Swami Ghanshyamjivandasji said, “Murtis have been installed in our temples, for this some say that by virtue of Satpurush God comes that means satpurush is greater than God- how to understand this?” Bapashri said, “Shriji Maharaj is subdued by satpurush and He Himself comes but Mukta is only servant and Murtis are master. Mukta believes Murtis as his master and modern seekers consider satpurush to be greater than Murti but that understanding is wrong.

Then Purani Dharmakishordasji Swami said, “The one who consecrates Murti thinks that he is greater than Murti-what happens to them?” Bapashri said, “The one who has three attributes of illusive-satwa , raj, tam, believes oneself to be greater than Murti and says so before others but he is atheist, and those who listen to his talks and understand in his way, will not be liberated and he will also be not liberated. In the evening of that day sigram (house cart) and carts came to fetch them from village kumbhariya. || 176 ||