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Message from Babaji:

Love and serve all humanity. Assist everyone. Be happy, be courteous.
Be a dynamo of irrepressible joy. Recognize God and goodness in every face.
There is no saint without a past and no sinner  without a future. Praise everyone. If you cannot praise someone,
let them out of your life. Be original, be inventive. Be courageous. Take courage again and again. 
Do not imitate; be strong, be upright.
Do not lean on the crutches of others. Think with your own head. Be yourself.
All perfection and every divine virtue are hidden  within you. Reveal them to the world.
Wisdom, too, is already within you. Let it shine forth. Let the Lord's grace set you free.
Let your life be that of the rose; in silence, it speaks the language of fragrance. 
I am always with you
Shri Babaji

In the foothills of the Himalayas in the 
Kumoan region - the birthplace of many 
of India's great saints - lived 
Haidakhan Wale Babaji. Paramahansa Yogananda 
called Mahavatar Babaji the 'Yoga-Christ of modern India'. 

Babaji is a great manifestation of the Divine,
who has a history of appearing in a 
flesh and blood human form throughout the
course of human civilisation to help humankind 
understand, experience and achieve its relationship to the Divine. 

His teaching is supportive of all religions 
which guide human beings toward 
to life lived in harmony with the Divine. Babaji
taught from the basis of the ancient, 

eternal truths, but he focused the teaching on present day problems.
Babaji's manifestations came at a time when humanity is undergoing major changes and challenges that have a potential for purification and the elevation of the whole human race - and, by example and teaching, helps transform a few people who may be inspired to share the teachings and help humanity take a few more steps forward on the path toward conscious reunion with the Divine source of this whole Creation. 
Babaji is a spiritual being who serves constantly as a link between the formless Divine and the physical creation, between God and humankind. He states that he is a manifestation of Lord Shiva, one of the names India gives to the divine - a form of God known as a renunciate, a helper, and the greatest of Teachers.
He does not make an issue of his divinity. It helps in the transmission of his teachings if the disciple acknowledges that divinity, but he accepts any honest seeker of Truth who is ready and open to learning and spiritual growth. 
People saw him in many roles - as Lord Shiva, the Supreme Guru, purifier, friend, the Divine Child, the Divine Mother, Divine
Father, Supreme Yogi, a healer, an Immortal. His is all of those things and we see in him that for which we look. 
His chief concern is with the human spirit or soul - that in
humankind which is closest to the Divine, which carries the spark of
the divine. He teaches from a point of seeing the Creator and all of the Creation as One. He sees the whole Creation as the
Manifestation of the Divine.
All forms - human and other - are so tightly interrelated that we cannot abuse one form without disrupting the rest; and that interrelationship is so close that beneficial actions offered by one created being to another have beneficial results throughout the whole universe. The very vibrations of our emotions or being have effects throughout the Creation. Babaji seeks to bring humankind back to an awareness of its unity with the Divine and with all other created forms in the universe. He comes not to espouse any particular religion - he says all religions lead to the Divine - but to show and teach a way of life. Babaji called this way of life Sanatan Dharma - the Eternal Way or Law or Truth.
He indicated that the Creation was manifested and is extended and maintained in accordance with the Sanatan Dharma; that humanity's deviations from this Law of Life create imbalances and disruptions in the harmonious operation of the Universe, and that he comes to help restore balance and the Sanatan Dharma. He teaches people and shows by his example that leading lives
based on Truth, Simplicity and Love can restore to the individual, to societies, and to our whole world the inner peace and balance on which alone world peace and social justice can be established
Discipline - of mind and body - is an essential element of Babaji's teaching; without discipline and hard work, nothing valuable
is achieved. Babaji looked not only to one's inner spirit but to the results, the products, of people's lives. He looked for
beneficial action performed in harmony with the Divine Will and all of Creation
Babaji lived and taught squarely against the Western quip of 'you only live once'. He taught from the position that the human soul, like its Source and Goal, is eternal and that the essence and experience (of millions of lifetimes in various forms) of the soul proceeds in a continuum from life to life. Each life in human form is a opportunity and challenge to build toward perfection of the soul, which returns again and again (through reincarnation) until the soul attains perfection. The Soul's goal is to return to a state of unity with the Divine Perfection from which is came and from whence it has strayed in its experiencing itself and life's
pleasures through constantly expanding senses and the concept of itself as an individual body, rather than as a manifestation of the Supreme Soul. Each lifetime can take the should and its temporary human body closer to the goal of reunion, or we can throw away a lifetime's opportunity through carelessness, ignorance or wilfulness.
In his teaching and life, Babaji used miraculous powers, but indicated (as have other Masters) that they are at by anyone who
can exercise the discipline to focus his or her mind and follow their Path to unity with the Divine. 
When he had given his message, through example, experience and teaching, Babaji left, in order that people might absorb the
message and learn to live in Truth, Simplicity and Love, rather than to blindly follow his charming and beautiful presence like so
many sheep. 
Babaji's last appearance was from 1970 to 1984 and even today although not in a form Babaji's presence and individual
teachings are still felt by many people across the globe. He appears to people in their meditation and dreams and continues 
to inspire and guide those who he calls.
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