Knowledge: No one except the Supreme Father the Supreme Soul can bestow the third eye of knowledge. The key of granting visions is the Father’s hand. The Father says that the matter of granting visions is fixed in the drama.
This sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra has been created for the flames of destruction to emerge so that Bharat can become heaven. Here, along with your body, mind and wealth you have to sacrifice all the paraphernalia of the old world. Through this sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra created by the Father, you become Narayan from an ordinary man, that is, you become deities from human beings.
Yoga: The Father says:
The lock of your intellect does not open because you do not remember the Father. Those who do not remember me, do not have inculcation.
A master of the self is one who is not attracted to anything through any of the physical senses, person or possession, but remains constantly attracted to the one Father. Only such masters of the self are tapaswis.
Dharna: Along with surrendering yourself, you must broaden your intellect. In order to claim a high status, imbibe this knowledge very well and inspire others to imbibe it. Become egoless like the Father. Let go of arrogance and have deep love and regard for the Father. Do not become body conscious. Change something that is bad into something good.
Service: You make a promise- Baba, we will relate whatever we hear from you.
Relate to others whatever you hear from Rudra Shiv Baba. You must explain to them and caution them that there is a difference of day and night between the sacrificial fire of Rudra and the sacrificial fire of the knowledge of Rudra. Donate the imperishable jewels of knowledge. Remind them that they have two fathers. Only those who imbibe this knowledge well and inspire others to imbibe it very well and who create subjects are able to claim a good status.
Points of Self Respect: ones with a broad and unlimited intellect…sensible ones…ones with a right to self sovereignty and being masters of the self…swans…the highest Brahmins…