After giving freely of his light to the people of Lahore, Shri Babaji Bhagwan left the city and went to Amritsar. It was Amrit–the nectar of life–returning to Amrit. It was like the sun rising in the East and passing over several lands to rise again from the East, or like the first point of a circle going along the circumference and returning to the place from where it started. The light of Shri Babaji Bhagwan continued to illuminate the hearts of people, working in a revealed way sometimes and in a concealed way at others.
The world of matter which had emerged from an invisible source, merged once again into that source, but for the body, which was left to do its work in the world. But within Shri Babaji Bhagwan, there was nothing but the Invisible left:
Na rahe dhyaan kucch taayyun kaa
Laa-taayyun bhee ik taayyun hai
Let not even the thought of the Unlimited remain,
For even this thought is a limitation
Divine personalities like Shri Babaji Bhagwan could only be understood by the world when they acted like ordinary people, but the moment they took on a face that was out of the ordinary the world failed to understand them.
Shri Babaji Bhagwan had entered into a spiritual realm where his actions were no longer like those of worldly men. For as long as he had remained within the limitations of the world, people could understand him but when he set foot in his own world people were left bewildered.
Arjuna could understand Lord Krishna when He was an ordinary human being like the rest–when he was a relative, a friend or a guru. But Arjuna failed to understand Lord Krishna when he showed His Viraat Roop–Universal Form–to him.
When the world fails to understand such divine personalities it calls them magicians, mahatmas, or mystics. But such personalities do not need certificates of recognition from the world, neither can there be any teacher who can put them to the test. They have been taught by a teacher who transcends all teachers of the world.