On the morning of Magsar Vad 6th, Bapashri showing his favour, talked. He said, “In ‘Bhaktachintamani‘, it is said that he is renouncer like Shiva. Who is that Shiva? – He is Anadi and Narayan is also Anadi, both are Anadi. At this place do not take them as Shiva of cosmos (brahmand).” He is called satsangi when he knows truth as God and truth as this saint. One who sings devotional songs is called devotee and who dwells in Murti is called Mukta.

Swami Ishwarcharandasji, “The one who has achieved state of siddha can go everywhere. Does he go to Akshardham with the same body? Bapashri said, “This path is sakam path (bearing fruit). This is all immanent. When only Murti remain and to remain engrossed in Murti is called transcendent and it is Nirvikalp trance (thoughtless). He can go to Akshardham by sitting here, or in walking state, or while taking food or drinking water etc. He is always in Akshardham.

Saying thus Bapashri said, “Just as fishes play in water. Similarly, these saints play in Murti. When one is engrossed in Murti, it is called satsang. But Jiva sits idle by listening to the words, this word about how to do means. For me all are equal. He may be wretched, passionate, Mumukshu. I want to make to them happy. The fruit of all means is only Murti. There are Param Ekantiks who can point out to Murti and the one who surrenders will realized Murti and Anadis are already there in Maharaj’s Murti.

Then the 7th Vachanamrut of Vartal was being read in it, there is reference about immanence and transcendental. Bapashri said, “Just as the king of Bhuj sits in his kingdom and his authority prevails all over his states. His authority is implemented by his officers and it does the same work. If that authority is taken away, the officers cannot do anything. Similarly, only Shriji Maharaj dwells in Akshardham in transcendental form and his authority is implemented from Aksharkoti to Brahm and Prakrutipurush, etc. So they do the work of creation etc. If that authority is taken away by Maharaj, nobody can do anything. To me it seems like immanence and transcendental. Such talk I take from Vachanamrut. || 243 ||