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Welcome to the home of the online edition of Lord Meher, the biography of Avatar Meher Baba. To view the text, use any of the search or browse functions on the. MY FATHER,. Your terrible suffering on the night of January 24, , is always before my eyes - the night you asked me to write your biography in verse. Although Lord Meher was written and edited after Meher Baba dropped . Lord Meher is a book destined to become a classic in the sense that.
Don Stevens other works are available for purchase at Amazon. Then one night you fulfilled your promise by prompting me to make a beginning. Bhau Kalchuri worked hours a day, writing like a machine, and not thinking about what he was writing. I can accept both flowers, coconuts and also filth. All of Meher Baba's words are regarded as being of utmost importance as an integral aspect of his mission and message. But you kept gesturing, suffering constant spasms throughout. These new impressions root even more firmly in your mind.
The only works which Meher Baba himself specified that one should especially read were God Speaks , which he said he charged with spiritual energy, and Francis Brabazon's epic poem Stay With God , which he listened to and edited, although he also recommended daily repetition of the Master's Prayer and the Prayer of Repentance, which he said he had especially empowered by saying them himself on numerous occasions.
In addition, before dropping the body Meher Baba instructed Bhau Kalchuri to write his Ramayana , going so far as to beat out the meter. It has been published in Hindi, but it has not yet been translated into English. The notes assembled for it were published in prose form in Hindi as Meher Pabhu and later translated into English as Lord Meher: Through the tireless effort of Lawrence Reiter over many years, it is published in twenty volumes, which have now been made available online with a searchable database.
Through the biography, one intimately discovers Avatar Meher Baba as the living exemplar of both of his own message and also of perennial wisdom in contemporary form.
Along with diaries and other reminiscences of his close disciples, which are too numerous to mention specifically here, it is invaluable in gaining an insight not only into the teaching of the Avatar but also his living example. Key works continue to be edited and published from the archives, and so the Meher Baba literary corpus is not yet complete. Finally, Meher Baba wrote a book in his own hand, which is said was his "bible," although the whereabouts of the manuscript is not now known.
Should it become available, it will also be definitive.
However, Meher Baba reportedly indicated that God Speaks contains ninety percent of the material in "The Book," and the other ten percent he gave as notes to Bhau Kalchuri, who fleshed them out after Meher Baba had dropped the body and published them under his own name as The Nothing and the Everything. An apparently early work of Meher Baba was recently discovered, edited and published under the title, Infinite Intelligence.
This manuscript is not in Meher Baba's hand, and it's provenance is unknown. It is available for purchase from Sheriar Books. There are several others books published under Meher Baba's name, and at least some of these were so closely reviewed by Baba in the process that some think that they qualify as his special words under the criteria Baba gave to Don Stevens.
The Everything and the Nothing is one of these. Some Quotes of Avatar Meher Baba: Now that Baba is physically among you, you feel the contact, but when I leave you, gradually this cools down.
How to retain it constantly? Well, do you feel constantly hungry? When you work hard, you get hungry. When you feel hungry, you take food, and then you forget about the food. So work for Me in such a way that you feel hungry for Me. Sometimes think of Me, sometimes work for Me, sometimes talk about Me, but not all the time. If you go on eating continuosly you will get indigestion! Before you go to bed, say, Baba, I entrust all that I did, thought or spoke, good and bad, to You.
When you get up, say, Baba, I now begin entrusting all - thoughts, works and deeds - to You.
Say this just twice a day for five minutes, but with all your heart in it. Do that and make Me responsible for all you do or think. Then you are free This much will be more than sufficient to maintain the contact with Me.
I am the Ocean. I can accept both flowers, coconuts and also filth. So throw everything in the Ocean with all your heart. This is a great thing if done wholeheartedly, otherwise it goes in your own pool of water which gets filthy because of your dirt. When you remember me, you are in sahaj dnyan God's company or presence.
The question is how to remember me. The easiest and surest way is to do as I tell you. It will be somewhat of a task at first, as when you start to run you feel it too much sore muscles ; but when you are in training, you feel it sahaj meaning, naturally. At first, you will have to do it deliberately, then it will become natural. There are four quarters of the day; there are four divisions in man's physical state: There are four quarters that Kabir calls the signposts.
The first thing in the morning when you get up, before doing anything, think of Baba for one second. Baba is then worn by your soul: At 12 noon, for one second do the same; do it again about five o'clock; when you retire do it also.
I have never asked anyone to do this, not even the mandali. If you do it, I will be always with you, and you will feel my company all the time. Do it for four seconds every day, then you will be in the world, yet Baba will be with you all the time.
This is the beginning of sahaj dnyan.
To sum up, we have to feel in our heart of hearts that only God is real, that He alone exists, that He is in us all, that He alone is to be loved: God and God alone.
I say with my Divine Authority to each and all that whosoever takes my name at the time of breathing his last comes to me; so do not forget to remember me in your last moments.
Unless you start remembering me from now on, it will be difficult to remember me when your end approaches. You should start practising from now on. Even if you take my name only once every day, you will not forget to remember me in your dying moments. The best way to cleanse the heart and prepare for the stilling of the mind is to lead a normal, worldly life.
Living in the midst of your day-to-day duties, responsibilities, likes, dislikes, etc. All these become the very means for the purification of your heart. This natural, normal method depends for its success upon a clear idea of the force behind your thoughts, and the facts underlying your actions. The force behind your thoughts is the force of the impressions [sanskaras] in your mind. The impressions are there due to your own previous actions [karma].
Actions are the cause of impressions and thoughts are but the expression of the impressions. This being true, the more you try to check your thoughts, the more you interfere with the natural process of their expression.
Sooner or later, with the added force produced by suppression, the impressions are bound to express themselves completely. The truth of action is that every action, significant or insignificant, voluntary or involuntary, is at once impressed in turn upon your mind. Like a non-greasy stain, a light impression can be easily wiped out but impressions caused by actions conceived in anger, lust or greed are hard to remove. In short, actions produce impressions, and impressions produce thoughts.
But you kept gesturing, suffering constant spasms throughout. Haltingly, for almost thirty minutes you gave me instructions: Write in a simple and attractive way. Make it very interesting. Use four types of meters. Write pages about my manifestation. I will give you the meters and also tell you about my manifestation later. Do not worry, I will explain everything to you. I could only watch and listen. My heart refused to question your instructions, so as not to prolong your agony.
I only wished you to stop gesturing just then, so the spasms would cease. How could I know that, after a week, your body would snap its physical connection with this world, and that I would be forced to carry out your directives with tears of grief in my eyes?
You once told me to bring a copy of the Ramayana by Tulsidas, and read to you a few pages of couplets. I remember you told me, "You will write better than Tulsidas. But with your departure, everything in life now seems empty; though at times I feel the rays of your presence, they are few and far between.
I was left in shock, and because of this, I remained inactive for some time. Francis told me, "Baba did not give you the meters, so you are freed from his order and need not write. But I wondered if this were true. Then one night you fulfilled your promise by prompting me to make a beginning.
You came in my dream and whispered, "You want the meters, here they are! Take them! I woke up before I could read the writing; but, I knew then that you wished me to write.