Dronagiri Mountain, Himalayas, India Gautam Dhar/California, USA
Mahavatar Kriya Babaji
By Gautam Dhar/California, USA:
“Leave your cold intellect behind before approaching
the sacred and serene mountains (Himalayas).”
The following is an account of my journey to Mahavatar Babaji’s Cave in the Dronagiri area of the Himalayas. I took the trek on 29th of July 2009, along with my Father. After several visions and signals from the Masters, I finally made the trek deep into the Mountains at about 9,000 feet.
Arrival at Mahavatar Babaji’s Cave: Finally we saw the steps and the door of the Cave. I asked my Father to do the honors and unlock the door. As soon as he opened the door, a sudden rush of energy went through me as I saw the interior of the sacred Cave. On first look, one could say that 4 to 5 people could easily sit next to each other in the Cave. We noticed that drops of water were trickling down from the cave top, which we attributed to the recent rain. Although YSS (Yogoda Satsang Society-Paramahansa Yogananda’s organization in India associated with SRF in California, USA) has put up a marker, gate and steps. The cave itself is natural and could be thousands of years old. I would like to refrain from making any claim on this, however. Since the plastic spread inside the Cave was wet, we decided to spread our raincoats and sit on them. I sat in the Lotus pose (Padamasana) and was immediately lost in a trance. One does not have to try and meditate as it comes naturally where one almost feels being present on a different plane far away from the mundane world. The silence and the grace that prevailed within the cave were unlike anything I had experienced before in my lifetime.
Link for complete story: http://gdhar.com/2009/08/08/in-search-of-mahavatar-babajis-cave/
Prayers to Mahavatar Kriya Babaji