all the inner worlds. You have opened the entire vistas of the inner planes. You have made me my own competitor—the outward man versus the inner man. Today you have made me worthy of such a Beloved, You have put Your eyes into mine eyes.' It's like Baba's Nazar. The Avatar doesn't need to be present. His Nazar can be at a distance. 'You have robbed my heart completely. You have made me a victim of Your Powerful eyes, and afterwards, made me Perfect, worthy of being a Beloved myself.'
“’Oh God, how can I describe all the coquettishness of the Beloved. He makes me dance to His tune of Love! What is my heart made of? I do not know;—The status of the heart is supreme, it is not material or spiritual. . .'"
Several lovely dances were performed by a young daughter of Mr. Bendrae. Her bells fell off her ankle, turning the dance into a silent one for the Silent One!
Adi: "We should all take the time to understand Baba. We should at least be partially equipped with some answers. What I say now is my own personal interpretation, not what Baba has told me. Baba has always said everyone is free to interpret His declarations as they like."
"Take some of the declarations Baba made at the 1954 Sahavas, where there were twenty Westerners present with about one thousand Indians. Baba said He speaks in two languages; The God-language He speaks is his own, the other is our own human language. It is not possible for us to understand His language—we just hear the words, and go wild thinking about them; but we do understand what He says in our language. Sometimes He speaks partially in His own language, and partially in ours; so we understand only part of what He says. Consider these different languages also when you hear my interpretations. You are free to accept or reject them.
"In 1954 Baba said, 'I am going to break my Silence.' Don't forget Baba has said 'I am going to break My Silence in My Silence.' 'I will give the Word of Words.' What is the Word of Words? I do not know. Is it the end of words? Baba said that the Word of Words will not be something that will fill your ears with lectures, harangues, knowledge. To me, the Word is the power, the force of His Love. He prefers to use the word, 'work'. Is that the meaning? He said it would go deep down into the heart of every human being. So—if you ask me whether Baba has broken the Silence, if He has given the Word—I do feel, in my own way, that Baba has broken His Silence 100% perfectly. His Word of Words has been synchronized with the breaking of His Silence; His Silence has been broken in His Silence. The Word is already given. The power has been released, it has been given to the world. Yet we don't see any change at all—anywhere. Baba says 'My manifestation will be there, then I will undergo a very violent death.'
"Now let's suppose that the force has been released, and that it takes some time for the force to have an effect. Anything new in the world must take time. Ask our sister who just played the violin so beautifully, how long she took to perfect her hand on this instrument. She will say maybe ten years, fifteen years, twenty years! If it takes so much time to achieve something in the world, what about God unlimited, unfathomable—and His spiritual work for the entire creation, His universes! Science only knows of one universe. There are thousands, millions of universes, Baba says, that science is not aware of at all. Baba has the profound position of God: He is unlimited; He works for the entire creation.
"So Baba has finished the work, He has broken the silence. He has released the force of His love, His power . . . They are uniquely one, don't you think? To come down to the human level, the human feeling, the human heart, will take time. How can I say how much time? Just as it takes years to accomplish some unique work, we do not know if Baba's work will take ten years, or ten decades, or ten minutes or ten seconds . . .The manifestation has to be there . . . it will be there. It is only a question of time.
"Then Baba says: 'I will go through a period of humiliation.' This was not really understood; Baba had to clarify the order, the timing. Baba is for Baba lovers.