Shri Babaji Bhagwan declared before the people: “ I have given Mata Saraswati all that I had with me. I am in a spiritual state where all thoughts and desires have ceased to exist. And she is the divine power – the shakti – through which I must do my work!”
Truly did Shri Babaji Bhagwan illustrate the theme that when an intense devotion develops in the heart of a devotee, God appears before the devotee in the human form of a Spiritual Master, who gives the devotee the strength to pass through the most difficult phases of spiritual life.
Shri Nathji on his part bowed before Mata Saraswati and regarded her as his mother in every way. He would often say: “Mata Saraswati is the source of my inspiration and wisdom and resides on my tongue when I speak.”
Shri Nathji was gradually coming into his own as time progressed. Shri Babaji Bhagwan was drawing to a close the drama of his creation and was persuading Shri Nathji to take the leading role. However Shri Nathji was still reticent, and was much too respectful of Shri Babaji Bhagwan to assert his own divinity in any way and preferred to live in the background. He would often, in his humility, express his helplessness to take on the mantle of the glory of Shri Babaji Bhagwan.
Shri Babaji Bhagwan would say to Shri Nathji: “Beta – Son! Remember, a son does not have to earn the wealth of his father; it comes naturally to him as an inheritance. There is no need for you to follow any spiritual discipline to attain a divine status. The spiritual status is your birthright. Your parents have accumulated a vast spiritual treasure for you and you have not to make any effort to attain it. It is yours for the asking. No more shall you need to undergo austerities and penances; poverty and hunger shall be vanquished if they come to you!”
Rama maren to ham maren hamri mare balaaye
Satpurushon kaa baalkaa mare na maaraa jaaye
We can never die for as long as Rama is still alive,
The son of the Lord can never be killed nor ever die.