In the night assembly Bapasri said, “Divine body means we should know that the devotee is being kept in Murti. It is the feeling of the 14th Vachanamrt of Sarangpur. According to the 66th Vachanamrt of Gadhada Middle Chapter it is said, chaitanya prakrti’s body is constructed by God’s wish. That Chaitanya prakrti means luminescence of Murti and muktas who have become form of luminescence –that Chaitanya prakrti should be known here. That Chaitanya prakrti’s body is constructed means he become form of Chaitanya prakrti. That devotee became divine body (sakar) by God’s wish.”

Swami Isvarcharanadasji asked, “By which word should we know that he has become anadi mukta?” Bapasri said, “He becomes one with God by deep love- God makes such mukta as He is- such devotee like God as he knows Him. After achieving ‘Atmasatta’ (state of one’s behaving as self) he gets the same state as that of God by grace of God and he becomes one with Murti- it should be known by such description. Brahmanand Swami has said, ‘Rasbas hoi rahi rasiya sang jyun misari pay mahni bhali’ –it means Anadi muktas have become one with Murti- they have become form of Murti. Even then, the feeling of Master-servant remains firm.” Therefore, we will become such as we know Maharaj and muktas. Then the 13th Vachanamrt of Gadhada Middle Chapter was being read wherein there is reference of veiled meaning. Bapasri said, “When distinguished personality are being asked to sit in front near the dais it is the manners of this world (avarbhav) and it is meant for those who are in the primary stage of achieving goal and wherever it is said all are equal means they are equal in realised state- it is the expression of divine perspective (parbhav). “Luminescence is spread in my heart; Murti is seen in that luminescence.” That is the state of param ekantik devotee who is trying to achieve the goal. “I used to see Murti when I was in mother’s womb and used to see it even before I was in mother’s womb.” It is the state of realised mukta. All incarnations merge in lord Purusottam and those who take bodily form from Purusottam should be known as Anadi muktas. Lord Purusottam incarnated in the form of Ram, Krsna, etc. means Ram, Krsna, who get Murti realised should be known as muktas. They take form as mukta in satsang. The human form and idol are one, so Maharaj speaks sitting there (in Aksardham) and Murti, which is in luminescence, is Maharaj Himself- by saying so, He has shown His supremacy. The one has understood this story properly and if he has taken birth either in high or low caste because of his Prarabdha karma (deeds being cause of fate) it should be understood that he who is having such type of knowledge for him Maharaj has become his fate. In case there is any change, in his vartaman because of adverse region or time, fate will again be responsible for his deeds and will have to take rebirth and because of his knowledge, he realises God.”

Swami Isvarcharanadasji said, “Bapa! Sometimes Murti seems to be sitting in luminescence, sometimes moving about and sometimes standing. What should we understand by that?” Bapasri said, “When He was treading in human form, sometimes He would sit, sometimes He would stand, sometimes He would walk wearing an open wooden shoes (chakhadi), move about, etc.- it is the talk in the view from perspective of this world (avarbhav). In the 6th Vachanamrt of Amdavad, it is said that there are many kinds of palaces in Aksardham, many kinds of fountains and many kinds of garden. Who would have gone there to build palaces? These are the words in view from perspective of this world (avarbhav). Therefore, palaces, balcony, portico, gardens where Sriji Maharaj would have seated is said in view from perspective of this world. In some Vachanamrt Bhav, Brahma, etc. have been said as Gods, they have been said for Aksar, Mahakal, etc.- it should be known thus. In the 7th Vachanamrt of Amdavad innumerable places have been said, they have been said for Aksarkoti places. Moreover it is said that he is to be made super being means bliss of Murti and knowledge of muktas etc. in the divine perspective (parbhav) but one should not know that superbeing in the activity of maya. Then it is said he is to be made so that he can create infinite cosmoses, etc.- in the divine perspective, he should be given vows of sect and make him join satsang and he should be made pure ekantik, he should be detached from everything, should make him join Murti- he creates cosmos, etc. and he makes jiva reach in the bliss of Murti- it should be known thus.” Saying so, Bapasri looked at Swami Isvarcharanadasji showing his pleasure and said, “Swami! Saints like you have shown much pity and you have made Aksardham in such country. Just see! The love of devotees, Sriji Maharaj would be lured on seeing such love. Maharaj will surely fulfil desire of such loving devotees. This opportunity is rare. The darsan of such Maharaj and His Anadi in this assembly is not an ordinary thing. This assembly is divine luminous. This opportunity does not come often. Nectar is being looted at this time. Who will be left out in such opportunity! Who will keep aside happiness of such divine assembly! How great Maharaj and muktas are! They have come showing their pity to liberate jivas. Such society is nowhere in infinite cosmoses- it is only at Maharaj’s place. That Murti we have got. We should not miss this opportunity. If one knows this assembly as divine, he will have no shortcoming. Luminescence emits like jet from Murti. Infinite muktas enjoy in bliss. They have become one with Murti and enjoy its bliss. Such achievement is possible only by Mahaprabhuji’s favour. How far poor means can reach! Today Maharaj has become very favourable. So, he has made temples in the village and has kept such saints. They talk about bliss of Murti round the clock. They are enjoyer of bliss. They liberate innumerable jivas by moving from place to place. Sankalpa of Maharaj is their sankalpa.” ‘Anant jiva uddharvane aviya re lol brahmamol vasi Hariray.” (to liberate innumerable jivas, Hari has come from Brahmalok) such is their unlimited pity.” || 42 ||