In meditation today, while sitting with Mahavatar Babaji in the Himalayas, as usual, He spontaneously transformed into The Fire God Agni, through becoming first a flaming, red-orange cross and then into a beautiful, fiery heart. This was given for two reasons: One: For a friend and a devotee of Mahavatar for whom Mahavatar is his ParamGuru (with a message). and Two: For a quote for this blog.
"The fire of the Fire God Agni burns within the heart of everyone. Look for, and use, this fire which is transforming and purifying." -Mahavatar Babaji
Agni, (Sanskrit: “Fire”), fire-god of the Hindus, second only to Indra in the Vedic mythology of ancient India. He is equally the fire of the sun, of lightning, and of the hearth that men light for purposes of worship. As the divine personification of the fire of sacrifice, he is the mouth of the gods, the carrier of the oblation, and the messenger between the human and the divine orders. Agni is described in the scriptures as ruddy-hued and having two faces—one beneficent and one malignant. He has three or seven tongues, hair that stands on end like flames, three legs, and seven arms; he is accompanied by a ram. In the Rigveda, he is sometimes identified with Rudra, the forerunner of the god Shiva.