By Supreet Bedi, Canada
My journey with Mohanji seems pretty new to me or if I rephrase it, it appears pretty new to my conscious mind. I have been a Sai Baba devotee for a long time. In my previous experience, I have mentioned how Baba guided me to Mohanji. Today I am going to write about another experience. Sanjay Bhaiya (brother) had introduced me to the Power of Purity meditation a few months ago. I tried doing it a few times, but never felt satisfied. A few days back I came to know about the Power of Purity (PoP) group meditation and something inside me inspired me to be a part of it. I heard people saying group meditations are very powerful, it is like lifting a log together versus one person lifting it and now from my experience, I can say all those beautiful people were right. I am only halfway through 41 days of PoP meditation, but I feel what people call bliss!
One day after my meditation, I was sitting in my mandir (altar) talking to Baba and Mohanji. I just want to mention here that I came to Sathya Sai Baba’s fold in 1999 and my journey to Shirdi Sai Baba started from there. So, when I was talking, a thought just crossed my mind, I said, “Mohanji, I am not sure if my prayers reach you but I am going to say this anyway. When Sathya Sai Baba took me into his fold, I met him physically only twice. I didn’t put in the effort to meet him, people from all around the world tried, but I didn’t. Before I could realize this, he left his mortal coil. Now that I have got a second chance, I don’t want to repeat this. You know that I can’t make the effort, but from my heart, I want to be near you. I don’t know when you will come to Canada and when I will be able to meet you. I wish that when you come, you will stay at my home with me. I know you say that a devotee should not come to you with desires. This is a wish and if you can grant it I am happy, if not I am still happy.” Our conversation finished here.
Now, see Mohanji’s leela. Sanjay Bhaiya texted me that he wanted to say something. He called and said, “I have this feeling in my heart that you should have Mohanji’s Padukas at your place.” Foolish me, I couldn’t recognize the meaning of this. I enquired with Bhayia about how to do Paduka seva? He said, “Nothing, you just have them in your house.” Here comes another significant line out of Bhaiya’s mouth. He said, “Having Padukas means having Mohanji in your home!” That line lightened the bulb, oh my gosh, this is Mohanji answering my very prayer that I did in the morning! How wonderfully Mohanji bestowed my inner desire. I felt very grateful! Bhaiya said we will do so on Guru Poornima, July 5th. I didn’t say anything but it seemed too far.
Mohanji didn’t stop at this, on the same night he appeared in my dream and asked me, “How are you feeling?” I said with a smile, “You know how I am feeling!” He smiled and asked again, “Tell me how you are feeling?” I said, “I am very, very happy!” This was the end of my dream. I communicated this to Sanjay Bhaiya. Now, as eager as I was to have him with me, so was Mohanji to come home. Sanjay Bhaiya called and said, “You can have the Padukas on this Thursday, June 18th as it is Baba’s day or you can have them on Sunday 21st June. I couldn’t wait, I agreed for Thursday.
On Thursday morning, I was getting Baba ready; I was deciding a dress for Baba’s idol. I felt like putting pink but I decided to put yellow since it was Thursday and just in my mind I was laughing with Baba, I said, “Baba, you should wear pink today when I come to see you in the mandir for receiving the Padukas, and then again I said, “Ok, you can wear yellow or pink it’s fine with me, you look beautiful in every dress!” In the evening when I reached the mandir, Baba was wearing a yellow dress, and now about the pink, the Padukas I was bestowed with are pink in color! Such is Baba’s and Mohanji’s leelas. What a beautiful fulfillment of even the slightest bhav filled (heartfelt) desire.
|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||
Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 2nd August 2020
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