JUNE 1963 – BABA EXPLAINS DIVINE NIGHTMARE AND HALLUCINATIONS
Explaining about nightmares and hallucinations on the subtle planes, Baba stated:
A pilgrim who is between the third and fourth planes sees the divine nightmare the state of bewilderment, muqam-e-hairat. The instant he sees the nightmare, he continues to remain in whatever position he is at that moment, either for a short period, a long time, or even for several years together. Suppose the pilgrim has his legs up at the time of seeing the nightmare; he remains so for either a short or long time, unless and until a Qutub, Pir or Wali helps him and gives him a push.
A subtle-conscious pilgrim sees the divine hallucination between the fourth and fifth plane, and feels as if he has achieved God-Realization. But as soon as he crosses the fourth plane and enters into the fifth plane, he knows that what he was thinking was wrong and now he is safe.
If a Wali of the fifth plane dies and takes another form, he appears very brilliant, even at the age of six or seven. He asks such questions that even learned men cannot answer them.
The pilgrim who is caught between the fourth and fifth plane and sees the divine hallucination can be helped by a Qutub, Pir or Wali.
Lord Meher, 1st. ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 18, p. 6202.
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