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Shri Nathji’s Invisible Power was going out all the time towards all the people in the world. He was present everywhere, while at the same time enacting the small part he had to play in human form.
Indeed, whenever the Saviours of mankind came down upon earth they interacted with only a very small number of people in small regions upon earth. But the stories and teachings that came from these interactions were later accepted by people all over the world.
Lord Rama interacted with only a few people around him – his family, Hanuman, Sugreeva, Kewat, Bhilni. In fact there were only seven people at the time who really knew that Lord Rama was an incarnation of God.
During Lord Krishna’s time there were even fewer persons who really knew of Lord Krishna’s godhood. Lord Krishna interacted with the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Of these only Arjuna was shown the Viraat Roop by the Lord.
Lord Christ had only twelve disciples and met only a limited number of people during his lifetime in a small region.
Being in human form these godly souls could only work within human limitations and meet only a limited number of persons – but histories were built out of these meetings, and invaluable teachings and experiences were left behind for humanity.
Shri Nathji would say:
“Even the experience of one person should be enough to convince the world. If the thirst of even one person has been satiated by water, a principle has been established that the thirst of everyone can be satiated with the same water.”
“Remember, that only one person, Arjuna, saw the Viraat Roop of Lord Krishna. But today the entire world accepts his experience.
Shri Nathji would give another example:
“Suppose I am sitting inside a room. One man comes and looks inside the room and sees me. He then goes and tells others about my presence in the room. He becomes a witness to my existence in the room.
“Now even if a hundred people were to look inside, all they would find would be myself, sitting there. Thus the witness of one person is the same as the witness of hundreds of people. They will all say the same thing. Therefore even the witness of one person is enough to establish truth.”