By Madhusudan Rajagopalan and Thea Klincov November 2022 Introduction Chitrakoot is well known to readers of the Ramayana [One of […]
I had never seen Ram in my life. Nor Shiva nor Krishna. Not even Sai Baba. But Mohanji blessed my life by showing himself to me, in the form of all these deities. I want to express my gratitude for this and bow down to him a billion times. I want to express my deep gratitude for the darshan (visions) he gave me on this birthday. Mohanji, I bow down to you a billion times.
When surrender is complete at the lotus feet of the Guru, the Guru will cross the cosmos to protect you and hold your hand in a split of a second. Physical distances are meaningless between a Guru and the devotee. What truly matters is the bond between the hearts.
A naïve question that had appeared in my mind a few days back about the connection with Mahavatar Babaji was being answered by the divine in such a beautiful way revealing the utmost truth about Mohanji to me. This revelation was happening to me through my own realisation, not by someone telling me! I was surely more than overwhelmed. I was totally awestruck.
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Moushami, naughty as usual, noticed red kumkum powder sprinkled on the carpet in front of the altar. There is no kumkum anywhere near the altar, otherwise. Then where did this come from? She almost screamed while calling me, “Mama, what is this kumkum?” I came running and saw. It was not red but ORANGE colored powder, which is usually used only for the worship of Hanumanji!
I humbly said: “Moushami, this is the sign of Hanumanji.
Hanumanji actually came here and was with us during the recording. He gave blessings to all of us, and left this sindoor (shendoor, orange saffron powder) as a sign of His presence! He left this proof for us to know!” Everyone got up at once excitedly. Everyone except Mohanji.