|Baba In The Dunes|
|Reported by Kathleen O'Quinn|
Baba's Christmas 1934 trip to the dunes was more than a holiday — it was an opportunity for the Master to contact members of Moy Mell, the utopian community located midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. When Baba accepted Sam Cohen's invitation to visit the dunes, He advised Sam to make preparations for 16 guests, including Norina Matchabelli, Elizabeth Patterson, Ruano Bogislav, Jal (Baba's brother), and Nadine Tolstoy. The community constructed a special cabin of "pure" vibrations for Baba (and upon His arrival, He decided not to use it) and groceries were charged to "Matchabelli" at Carl Angelo Dry Goods store. Baba held personal interviews with the "Dunites" and led a group meditation in a cove.
|Cabin being built for Meher Baba. Sam Cohen, sitting in upper left corner. Photo courtesy of Dr. R.W. Gerber.|