Charles Purdom asked, “Will you comment on what you mean by ‘to come to me’?”
To come to me means liberation, experiencing me as I am, no more bondage of births and deaths. But it does not mean the state of a Perfect Master or Perfection. That is only to be attained while alive in the gross body. So if you are not blessed with this state of Perfection [while in the body], at least you can have liberation [after the body drops].
If you just take my name, just at the moment of dropping your body, you will come to me. Yes, anyone. It is not easy to take my name at the very moment of leaving the body. Then you individually experience bliss, infinite bliss. After attaining liberation you continue to experience infinite bliss eternally. Why? Because it belongs to you eternally. You experience what belonged to you eternally. Even spiritual ecstasy cannot be compared with divine bliss. Remember this.
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 15, pp. 5444 – 5445.
[Today is the 67th anniversary of Beloved Baba’s self-imposed suffering through an automobile accident in Oklahoma, U.S.A]