“See The Light” Comment/Question : The entry yesterday on VBV Blog brought this question/ Comment: Dear Babaji, Dear Guruji: It may be that there are people who always are speaking the truth, always are acting right, who are connected with God, and who are seeing the light. Why do [those] people, then, need a Guru or a Master?
Mahavatar Kriya Babaji: This is a fair question. Why? Since the beginning of time, God has sent teachers, Gurus, from the higher dimensions of wisdom and love to mankind. It is written: “When the student is ready, the teacher comes into the awareness.” Be aware that a teacher is not always a person or an Enlightened Master. Any experience may be a great teacher, for instance. And, eternally, through all the dimensions, this is how it is! Do you think one stops learning, experiencing when he remembers enlightenment, that he is a part of God? No, a million times, No! Creation is an endless, eternal experience. In a rudraksha bead (nutshell), this is why everyone is blessed and incurs benefits by having a Guru, a teacher, regardless of what dimension one is experiencing. My friends, the Guru is with you to lovingly and strictly adhere to Divine Will by assisting you to reach the next higher dimension that awaits your presence. It is written, and It is So!
Rudraksha Bead Mala
Rudraksha (Sanskrit: rudrākṣa ("Rudra-eyed")) is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree whose seed is traditionally used for prayer beads (mala) in Hinduism. The seed is borne by several species of Elaeocarpus with E. ganitrs being the principal species used in the making of a bead chain or mala. Rudraksha is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the name Rudra and ākṣa ("eye”).