Avarat Meher Baba’s last warning
To those who love Him, obey him and all who would wants to do so.
Baba wants all His lovers to know that:
This is a very critical period of the Avataric Age,
and all His lovers must strive to their utmost
to hold His Daaman very firmly so that it does not slip out
of their hands under any circumstances.
It is very important for all His lovers, especially in this critical period not to succumb to lust. Temptations are, and will be great, but your love for Him should be greater.
Remember Him wholeheartedly and rise swiftly from where you have fallen,
to march ahead in His love and service.
It is equally important at this critical period of the Avataric Age, to beware at all times of persons who lead others into believing that they are saintly and pious and profess to possess supernatural powers. However pious such persons appear to be, a Baba-lover must never mix such piety with the Divinity of the Avatar.
A true Baba-lover must remember the repeated warning given to all Baba-lovers,
time and again, to stay away from persons who feel and assert
that they are masters and saints and possess powers to help human beings.
His lovers and workers should never get involved with such persons and affairs, much less with “perverted “helpers of humanity”, who have no reverence or regard
for the Perfect Masters and the Avatar of the Age.
Beware of them who exploit spiritually to gain their selfish ends
and dupe others in the name of Sadgurus and the Avatar.
His lovers and workers should not get intimately involved
with the family affairs of one another,
and they should not be emotionally upset
by the personal affairs concerning any of their families.
They should NOT let any personal affairs vitiate their relationship
with one another, or affect their efforts in the work they do for the cause of Truth.
He wants His lovers and workers who are spreading His message of Love to others,
to share His love among themselves
and to uphold the spirit of harmony and understanding in His name.
He wants them to be less aggressive toward others
and less tolerant toward themselves;
and above all, He wants them to love Him wholeheartedly,
for He is the Ancient One,
who loves them more than they can ever love themselves.
Meher Baba, through Adi K. Irani, July 1968
“Shun those masters
who are like multi-coloured electric signs
that flash on and off, brightening the dark sky of your world
and leaving you in darkness again.”
Baba, Febuary 1966