“This one real 'I' is apparently split into innumerable ‘I’s.' What should we expect from this false 'I'? T he false 'I' being false, represents everything false. The Real 'I' in Me feeds the ONE without any division; and the Real ‘I' in you, as apparently split into false 'I's’, feeds the world. In short, it is the real one 'I' that plays the part of false ‘I's' in multifarious ways and in varying degrees. The Real 'I' in ME (Baba points at Himself) sees One without any division. The real 'I' in you, apparently split into false ‘I’s,' sees many divisions."
Baba also dealt with Yogas at this stage. "The aim of all Yogas is one. The aim or purpose is that the falsity should disappear and the Real Ego be manifested in its pristine glory. The Real ‘I' should completely forget and not play its part as false 'I.' The aim is that the false ego 'I' of the "Split-I' or 'Split-Ego' should disappear and that the Real Ego or 'I' be manifested in its eternal pristine glory. The Real 'I' should abandon its play as the false ego and should assert itself as it really and eternally IS.
"Take the case of E. His is the real ‘I’ within. But in Eruch as such, there is the manifestation of the fake 'I.' It becomes impossible for the real 'I' to forget that it plays the part of the false 'I’.
“Now the false 'I,' in trying to forget itself, does its best to serve other false 'I's.’ This it does by actions. This is called 'Karma Yoga.' The fun is that one false 'I' in its struggle remembers so many other false 'I's.' The only real 'I' is apparently bound by this process.
"In another type of Yoga—the false 'I' tries to worship the Real 'I'. The real ‘I’ acting as the false 'I' forms a false impression of The Real 'I.' The false 'I' says: '0, Real "I," I worship Thee in all. You are the Only Reality. I bow down to Thee. You are Omnipresent in all. I worship Thee,' and so on. Simultaneously, the false 'I’ sees different 'I's' and worships the different 'I's' (not the Real 'I' within), and invokes the false 'I' in the forms of so many separative existences, and as so many separative existences. The irony of it is that when it prays and worships, it sees innumerable false 'I's'; and in fact, it worships false ‘I's.’''
Eruch said that there was an interruption and Baba wanted to lead us to inner experiences. Baba said that he would give the remaining portion of this discourse in print and that it would be sent later to the group heads. He continued: “The third type of Yoga is the Path of Love—Prema Marga. This path is unique because on it the Real 'I' plays the part of the false 'I,' while itself covertly remaining in the background as the Beloved. While it